time is a brilliant command if you want to figure out how much CPU time a given command takes. I am looking for something similar that can list the files being accessed by a program and its children. ...
Inspired by this question, titled: When are the built-in commands loaded to memory, while attempting to answer this I tried the following command and was a bit surprised that I couldn't run it: $ ...
I'm currently fascinated by strace so, being new to it, I decided to play around a little. As suggested by the question title, I tried both strace su and strace ssh. Both commands displayed the ...
I am working with rsh. I want to check the whole process from beginning to end. For that I used strace. Os name is CentOS. I am working on single machine, server and client are on same machine. My ...
If I run rsh, it works, but prints some strange “Connection refused” messages at the beginning: $ rsh localhost pwd connect to address 127.0.0.1 port 544: Connection refused Trying krb4 rsh... ...
EDIT No. 1 My task is mirroring , i.e., copying updated data from master server to all mirrors, by using rsync and rsh. But during rsync and rsh, I found some delay. My thinking is , the reason for ...