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Here is a useful SSL (HTTPS) application for anyone with a remote Linux server they want to keep an eye on using Blynk and the NodeMCU ESP8266. This little app also works (have tested as well) on the WeMos D1 ESP8266 Arduino board.
The NodeMCU setup could not be easier, just find a... (8 Replies)
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I have date file like below..
1995 1 2 10 29 38.6706 -6.53823 41.9201
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our server is running oracle database, it has:
load average: 1.77, 1.76, 1.73
using only one cpu. is that too high?
thanks. (4 Replies)
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I have a file with more than 2,000 rows like this:
I would like to create a awk shell script that calculate the price average of the second and third field each 5,10 and 20 rows or ask me for the values, starting at first row.
Finally compare the average value... (1 Reply)
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friends , need a shell script to create a disk load. can any one pls guide me with how this can be implemented. Pls provide the concept. from there i will try to design my script. (3 Replies)
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Hello to everyone,
This is my first that I use any group in order to find a reply to my question.
I would really like your help!!!
Do you know how can I create my own .profile file in unix (not edit the existing one) and how can I load it when i open a new bash? I would like those settings... (1 Reply)
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need your help.
I am wrting a script that will load data into the table.
then on another load will append the data into the existing table.
Ankit (1 Reply)
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I am seeing very high kernel usage and very high load averages on my system (Although we are not loading much data to our database). Here is the output of top...does anyone know what i should be looking at?
last pid: 13144; load averages: 22.32, 19.81, 16.78 ... (4 Replies)
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