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Apr
22
awarded  Scholar
Apr
22
accepted Separate server's hostname appearing in this server's cron logs
Apr
21
comment Separate server's hostname appearing in this server's cron logs
Not with grep cron but with just grep, I find *.* @10.22.1.70:514. I was looking in cron config and not syslog config. Thanks!
Apr
21
comment Separate server's hostname appearing in this server's cron logs
actually just noticed that serv2's time is not correct (20 minutes more than the real time). serv1 is correct
Apr
21
asked Separate server's hostname appearing in this server's cron logs
Apr
21
comment unable to SSH to eth1 after bringing down eth0
what's the error message?
Apr
21
awarded  Critic
Apr
14
awarded  Editor
Apr
14
revised What makes grep consider a file to be binary?
particular case
Oct
7
comment SSH easily copy file to local system
The copy-paste method is particularly convenient with chained connections (i.e. jumping through several hosts to reach the final one)
May
20
answered What makes grep consider a file to be binary?
May
20
asked rpm --verify does not inform about missing file
Dec
11
comment Alternative to `pkill` or `pgrep -f` on cygwin?
ps also shows Windows processes with the -W switch
Feb
6
awarded  Commentator
Feb
6
comment Is there parallel wget? Something like fping but only for downloading?
Besides what @vonbrand said, you could get something like "Too many connections" and not be able to download all files. And it can be a bit slower (for example reusing one HTTP connection compared to creating several HTTP connections)
Oct
22
comment How to use grep command to find the matching pattern and some more characters?
unix.stackexchange.com/questions/19353/…
Sep
20
answered Looking for information on the FISH protocol
Sep
5
comment putty connection works but ssh command line refuses password authentication
have you tried other user instead of root, or using hostnames instead of IP addresses?
Jul
4
awarded  Informed
Jun
5
comment HPUX: changing LVM paths or disk device names
We did a block copy of the full disk. It has two 500MB FAT partitions, and the rest is a huge partition with LVM... I think the root HPUX system is inside the LVM, and the FAT partitions are just for EFI