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Dec
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comment Bash variable in Awk script
@manatwork, can you clarify your solution please? I can't seem to make it work. Maybe on a separate answer instead of a comment as it breaks some statements
Dec
27
comment Bash variable in Awk script
thanks for the help. I figured out the answer myself as I was fiddling with my script. As I had the need for $server_name to be a variable, I had this instead: machine_type=awk 'BEGIN{IGNORECASE=1;}/'${server_name}'/ {print $NF}' ff_servers.db` `coz if I would leave it as you suggested, $server_name would then be interpreted not as a variable but a constant with $ sign.
Dec
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revised Bash variable in Awk script
edited example for consistency
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comment subversion 1.6 file svn:externals help
thanks @penguin359
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comment Can a user with /sbin/nologin shell login through ssh?
@Alex: mail has a $HOME it's /var/spool/mail. So I tried @Ignacio's suggestion to put an ssh key but it's not being accepted by the server.
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Mar
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comment Can a user with /sbin/nologin shell login through ssh?
@Ignacio: Makes sense...but are there any known workaround to this?
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Feb
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answered How do I completely disable an account?
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comment Need further explanation on TIME_WAIT
Thanks for the reply Jander. I could be confident now that the 300+ connections is nothing and could be something else. Perhaps, it could have something to do really with disk or network bottleneck :)