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1. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Can anyone recommend any good guides on how to investigate what a hanging process is doing?
In fact I would be interested in any online guides that would improve my forensic skills on the Linux platform.
I have a script that occasionally hangs. Strace shows:
# strace -p 32370
Process... (13 Replies)
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2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
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I just skimmed through the Administration Guide about LDAP and CIFS.
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
How do we create a file using shell script?
i mean to say that do we use
is it a good approch to do
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echo "xxxx" >>file
or is there any better method?
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i have linux bootable cd.
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
How do you write a command to :
A text line to a file in ./DATA1/archive.log using system () in awk
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7. Windows & DOS: Issues & Discussions
How would you do the equivalent of find ! -type f..... under windows?
Meaning, how under a directory could you find all files except those named *.mp3 for example?
the command under linux would be:
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Thanx for any ideas... (3 Replies)
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8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I was reading a few posts and saw something about installing two Nics so one could use Full Duplex. I remember back in the day of dial up, you could have two modems and use one for upstream and one for downstream. This was called shotgunning. It seems that you can now do the same... (4 Replies)
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Dear All ,
Kindly I have some questions , I need hints or answers please .
I have sparc4 , sun solaries 7 , mail server . i have about 5000 users , with no login shell , or home directories for the users .
they only have mail boxes in /var/mail dir .
now , I do not have any type of... (6 Replies)
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10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have this RH6.2 box with sendmail8.9.3-20 (configured and running properly )
I have also (procmail3.14-2 , fetchmail5.3.1-1 ) installed but I don't know about them.
(( all installed as rpm packages))
okay ,,, here what I need:
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rt-shredder(8) Request Tracker Reference rt-shredder(8)
rt-shredder - Script which wipes out tickets from RT DB
rt-shredder --plugin list
rt-shredder --plugin help-Tickets
rt-shredder --plugin 'Tickets=query,Queue="general" and Status="deleted"'
rt-shredder --sqldump unshred.sql --plugin ...
rt-shredder --force --plugin ...
rt-shredder - is script that allow you to wipe out objects from RT DB. This script uses API that RT::Shredder module adds to RT. Script
can be used as example of usage of the shredder API.
You can use several options to control which objects script should wipeout.
Outputs INSERT queries into file. This dump can be used to restore data after wiping out.
By default creates files <RT_home>/var/data/RT-Shredder/<ISO_date>-XXXX.sql
Option has been deprecated, use plugin "Objects" instead.
--plugin '<plugin name>[=<arg>,<val>[;<arg>,<val>]...]'
You can use plugins to select RT objects with various conditions. See also --plugin list and --plugin help options.
Output list of the available plugins.
--plugin help-<plugin name>
Outputs help for specified plugin.
Script doesn't ask any questions.
perl v5.14.2 2013-05-22 rt-shredder(8)