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Forum: Cybersecurity 08-03-2016
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why don't you check setfacl
why don't you check setfacl
Forum: Red Hat 07-25-2016
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Posted By Yogesh Sawant
this...
this (https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/3/html/Reference_Guide/s1-apache-config.html) would be helpful
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consulting QEMU Documentation...
consulting QEMU Documentation (http://wiki.qemu.org/Manual) might help
1,659
Posted By Yogesh Sawant
you may use Perl or Python as well
you may use Perl or Python as well
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if you could use Perl: # perl -e 'print scalar...
if you could use Perl: # perl -e 'print scalar localtime(1302451209564), "\n";'
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Forum: Programming 04-25-2011
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Posted By Yogesh Sawant
CPAN module Filesys::DiskSpace...
CPAN module Filesys::DiskSpace (http://search.cpan.org/~ftassin/Filesys-DiskSpace-0.05/lib/Filesys/DiskSpace.pm) is not installed at your system. You have to install it to get this script working.
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Forum: Programming 04-25-2011
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Posted By Yogesh Sawant
what error do you see? which operating...
what error do you see?

which operating system are you using?
2,160
Posted By Yogesh Sawant
check if wget is what you are looking for
check if wget is what you are looking for
1,350
Posted By Yogesh Sawant
using Perl: # echo "14/04/11 11:35: 00 This is...
using Perl: # echo "14/04/11 11:35: 00 This is (nn) from the earth." | perl -nl -e 'm/\((.*?)\)/; print $1;'
nn
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Forum: Linux 04-09-2011
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Posted By Yogesh Sawant
this...
this (http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/linux/library/l-kexec/index.html) might help
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 03-27-2011
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Posted By Yogesh Sawant
i'm posting too late, but if you still have that...
i'm posting too late, but if you still have that disk, try this (https://www.unix.com/unix-advanced-expert-users/78965-linux-ext3-superblock-recovery.html)
Forum: Red Hat 03-27-2011
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Posted By Yogesh Sawant
have you tried anything so far about this?
have you tried anything so far about this?
Forum: Solaris 03-27-2011
1,154
Posted By Yogesh Sawant
which file system is this? does that directory...
which file system is this? does that directory have directory quota applied to it, and the hard-limit is reached?
2,773
Posted By Yogesh Sawant
i'd suggest you to use Strawberry Perl...
i'd suggest you to use Strawberry Perl (http://www.strawberryperl.com/) instead of Active Perl, if you can
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your chmod command does not support REFERENCE...
your chmod command does not support REFERENCE option. which OS are you using?

Also, check if your sed supports the -i option, so that you don't have to create a new file
33,124
Posted By Yogesh Sawant
to answer the original question, file creation...
to answer the original question, file creation time is not stored, and do read this (https://www.unix.com/tips-tutorials/20526-mtime-ctime-atime.html) if you haven't yet
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Posted By Yogesh Sawant
please check if this...
please check if this (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chroot_jail) is what you are looking for
Forum: Programming 02-01-2011
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Posted By Yogesh Sawant
if you can use perl, CPAN module Crypt::CBC...
if you can use perl, CPAN module Crypt::CBC (http://search.cpan.org/~lds/Crypt-CBC-2.30/CBC.pm) would be helpful
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Posted By Yogesh Sawant
may be you are referring to sed or awk
may be you are referring to sed or awk
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Posted By Yogesh Sawant
which file system is it? Also, reading this...
which file system is it? Also, reading this (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disk_quota) would be helpful
Forum: AIX 01-18-2011
7,083
Posted By Yogesh Sawant
you can create a GPFS filesystem using the mmcrfs...
you can create a GPFS filesystem using the mmcrfs command. here's what the manual says:

Use the mmcrfs command to create a GPFS file system. The first two parameters must be Device and...
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check if this...
check if this (https://www.unix.com/unix-dummies-questions-answers/2551-crontab-first-monday-month-only.html) or this (https://www.unix.com/41689-post8.html) is useful
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how about setting SSH keys between the hosts?
how about setting SSH keys between the hosts?
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storing your plain text password in a shell...
storing your plain text password in a shell script is a very bad idea
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Posted By Yogesh Sawant
are you using rsync to copy the large files? or...
are you using rsync to copy the large files? or scp? or something else?
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