How can I limit the size of a log file written with >> to 200MB? $ run_program >> myprogram.log
I want to use wget (from a php script) to download image files, but don't want to download files over a certain size. Can I limit file size with wget? If not, what is a better way?
I made an ISO this way: sudo partimage save /dev/sdc1 /media/56AE8240AE82191F/Backup/xfcefat.iso The resulting iso file is very small but when mounted I see that it has correctly preserved the ...
I need to be able to determine the size of a block special file. For example, given /dev/sda, I need a command that will provide the size of the device. (By size I mean capacity, since this is a ...
I want to create a custom Language, with its own custom Syntax Highlighting. Notepad++ (a Windows SciTe/Scintilla based Text-editor), allowed me to create a custom "Language", and now, in Linux, I ...
Is there any way to keep file size of log file fixed without rotating it by a new empty file and deleting (or archiving) the old file. For example, if I set log file maximum size to 1MB, after the ...
What does size of a directory mean in output of ls -l command?
How can I find out the size of a block device, such as /dev/sda? Running ls -l gives no useful information.