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Posted By sea
Thank you Drl! MIG, Yes... I didnt post...
Thank you Drl!

MIG, Yes...
I didnt post this output before - because I was too upset to, therefor you could not have known, sorry for that.

[~/prjs/SWARM] 0 $ time ./runtime
.........SWARM...
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Posted By RudiC
I'm afraid you're out of luck. Not all tar...
I'm afraid you're out of luck. Not all tar versions provide a --delete option; e.g.

tar --version
bsdtar 2.8.4 - libarchive 2.8.4
doesn't. Those which do, like
tar --version
tar (GNU tar) 1.30...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 03-12-2020
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Posted By Neo
In addition, today, I was thinking that if I can...
In addition, today, I was thinking that if I can get this complex, two decades old vB3 to discourse migration working well, I may offer this migration for free to 10 other vB3 sites
as a way of...
Forum: Linux Benchmarks 03-11-2020
4,135
Posted By stomp
Filesystem Benchmarks for HDDs and SSDs
Hi,

I'm interested in storage benchmarks for various configurations in order to figure out what's best for a virtualization environment. The virtualization environment will be proxmox, as it is...
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Posted By vbe
So have a look at txt2html - Text to HTML...
So have a look at
txt2html - Text to HTML converter (http://txt2html.sourceforge.net)
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Posted By MadeInGermany
Good to know. Bash was first with brace...
Good to know. Bash was first with brace expansion, now ksh and zsh are ahead. Let's see when bash will catch up again.
BTW, Bash-4 has got a number + field alignment expansion:
echo {01..10}
01 02...
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Posted By vgersh99
either: #!/bin/bash a=$(df -kh|head -2) ...
either:

#!/bin/bash
a=$(df -kh|head -2)
echo "$a"

OR

#!/bin/bash
a='df -kh|head -2'
echo "$a"
eval "$a"

1st is preferred.
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 03-09-2020
2,943
Posted By hicksd8
Coronavirus maths anyone?
This is a really interesting watch.............. (well worth a few minutes of your time)

YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kas0tIxDvrg&feature=youtu.be)
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 03-09-2020
4,875
Posted By Neo
Currently chugging along, importing users sans...
Currently chugging along, importing users sans avatars and passwords.

root@localhost-app:/var/www/discourse# su discourse -c 'bundle exec ruby script/import_scripts/vbulletin.rb'...
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Posted By RudiC
This is a "brace expansion". It is expanded...
This is a "brace expansion". It is expanded before any other expansions, and it cannot take any variables; read man bash very carefully:

Those strings, integers, or characters are constants, not...
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Posted By stomp
Encryption makes the backup task more difficult....
Encryption makes the backup task more difficult. That's why I avoid encryption except where I really have the need for it(which was never case for me so far, and thus I won't be helpful on the topic...
1,032
Posted By jim mcnamara
Optimization does not mean condensing several...
Optimization does not mean condensing several readable single commands into a less readable single line - which can be harder to maintain, say, in six months. When you have forgotten about it. And...
2,467
Posted By Peasant
Other the licencing issues, ZFS on Linux is...
Other the licencing issues, ZFS on Linux is production quality.

I'm no zealot but name me one file system on Linux (other then BRTFS) which has all those features so to say inline :


Builtin...
2,467
Posted By Neo
After thinking about this some more, let me...
After thinking about this some more, let me please add....

I have nothing against anyone using btrfs and someday, when it is default on Ubuntu, I will probably follow the crowd and use btrfs; but...
2,467
Posted By Peasant
If you are using LVM, you can use logical volume...
If you are using LVM, you can use logical volume snapshot ability to achieve want you want.

BRTFS i have not used, but i did read some horror stories some time ago.
Probably nothing to worry...
Forum: Cybersecurity 02-25-2020
1,658
Posted By Neo
Both outages have been due to networking issues...
Both outages have been due to networking issues in the datacenter. The dedicated server itself has been fine (I did reboot it once when the network was down).

I have all the details of the server...
Forum: Cybersecurity 02-24-2020
1,658
Posted By Neo
Final update from data center: Hmmmm. ...
Final update from data center:



Hmmmm.

The good news is that it was not a server error.

The bad news is that is was a data center network error.
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Posted By Peasant
You can untar without the actual copy to host : ...
You can untar without the actual copy to host :

ssh user@host "cd /existing_folder_you_wish_to_untar_to && tar -xvf -" < mytar.tar


Regards
Peasant.
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Posted By vbe
Which is correct since: ls -lt | sed -n...
Which is correct since:
ls -lt | sed -n "${1}p" will return as first line:
total 400 So what you say the 3rd is not but the 4th
But
ls -lt *.log returns without the total line as you specified...
672
Posted By Circuits
It all seems fine now: sudo dpkg -P...
It all seems fine now:



sudo dpkg -P samba samba-common-bin samba-common smbclient
followed by:
sudo rm -f /etc/rc*.d/*samba /etc/init.d/samba
then:
rob@linux:/$ sudo apt-get install...
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Posted By MadeInGermany
2&>1 creates a file named 1 in the current...
2&>1 creates a file named 1 in the current directory.
2>&1 is correct: it redirects descriptor 2 (stderr) to descriptor 1 (stdout). The & makes the following a file descriptor.
And the following |...
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Posted By jim mcnamara
To sort dates it works best to convert them to...
To sort dates it works best to convert them to epoch seconds - the number of seconds since Jan 1 970. This code adds an epoch time sorts based on the epoch time, then prints the original minus the...
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Posted By Scrutinizer
Good to hear the suggestion seems to work out for...
Good to hear the suggestion seems to work out for you :)
Let me explain what it means:
while ( ytd_date !~ /^[01][0-9][0-3][0-9][901][0-9]$/ ) {
This is a so-called "regular expression" , which...
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Posted By Peasant
For single chars, tr is more obvious choice. ...
For single chars, tr is more obvious choice.

Give it a shot, and get back here if you get stuck, showing your attempts.

Regards
Peasant.
Forum: Programming 02-05-2020
5,545
Posted By Neo
Since the IoT OnOff app developer is ...
Since the IoT OnOff app developer is unavailable, I have shifted gears and have created a web-based Wuhan Coronavirus stats page (http://bit.ly/2UA37Tr) from an official Chinese data source. with...
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