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comment Finding files containing certain strings under a directory
Maybe, you have files with quotes or blanks in the name. Using "find mydir -type f -exec grep -l apple '{}' \;" might help.
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comment Finding files containing certain strings under a directory
This only works with GNU grep, which is the default on Linux but not on Unix (AIX, HP-UX, Solaris, ...).
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answered How to know user type in LINUX machine
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comment lost superblock in md raid
Yes, I am able to mount. And exactly I will move the data to a new RAID. I think this would be best.
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comment lost superblock in md raid
This is where I get: "No valid superblock found on /dev/dm-10".
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comment /var House Keeping
Logrotate does not do any Voodoo. In general it moves the log away and restarts the service writing the logfiles. You can do that yourself without any program to install.
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answered /var House Keeping
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comment Automate file transfer from Windows to Unix
What kind of access do you have on the Unix machine? Shell (SSH), FTP, anything else?
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comment Functional shell scripting
@xralf simply because Python is not installed on every system ...