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comment bash script to gzip files
My advice, get some code together, test it. If you have any troubles someone will help you. But don't expect us to do your homework ;)
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answered What do the three values mean on network monitoring tools
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comment Concatenate two screen sessions
hu, that's nice, didn't know about it :). Either way I prefer rebinding the escape command, it's clearer to me.
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comment Concatenate two screen sessions
@enzotib: That is not what I meant. You are talking about readline bindings (Ctrl-a goes to the beginning of the line) and I about screen escape character. If you have two sessions, one inside the other, and both sessions have the same screen-escape-character, who grabs it (i.e. Ctrl-a C for creating another window), the inner most or the outer most ? That is why, when you want to run a screen inside a screen, you have to change one's screen-escape-character.
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answered Concatenate two screen sessions
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accepted Start a service on HPUX at boot
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comment Start a service on HPUX at boot
Thanks for your answer. The script is not the problem, it runs like a charm on Linux, and the weblogic processes are spawned by the user that is supposed to run it. After a long debugging session I found the problem is HPUX and how the environment is inherited at boot time ...
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asked Start a service on HPUX at boot
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answered How can I verify that a PGP key is imported into RPM?
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comment Execute and renice a process in one command
Just interested in the two downvotes, any further reason why ?
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comment Execute and renice a process in one command
Agreed, but it is just a good measure to be more specific on how it works.
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answered Execute and renice a process in one command
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comment Execute and renice a process in one command
@Glenn-jackman your post it is practically the answer.
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comment Need help deciphering unix statement
I have just a suggestion to make. This command works perfectly, but it uses lots of pipes and commands (though it keeps it simple). You could use the power of awk to do this (and narrow it down to one pipe): /sbin/ifconfig | awk '/inet addr:/ { if ($2 !~ /:127./) { split($2, ip, ":") ; print ip[2] } }'