How do I get read and write IOPS separately in Linux, using command line or in a programmatic way? I have installed sysstat package.
Please tell me how do I calculate these separately using sysstat ...
I have a local machine which is supposed to make an SSH session to a remote master machine and then another inner SSH session from the master to each of some remote slaves, and then execute 2 commands ...
I need to run a script by piping it through bash with wget(rather than running it directly with bash).
$ wget -O - http://example.com/my-script.sh | bash
It's not working because my script has read ...
The output of the command below is weird to me. Why does it not give me back element 5?
$ echo '0,1,2,3,4,5' | while read -d, i; do echo $i; done
I would expect '5' to be returned as well. ...
The typical case is IFS= read.
The subject is very well explained in this thread:
why is setting a variable before a command legal in bash?
In order to have a complete picture, I'd be very grateful if ...
I want to download a provisioning script that reads some configuration parameters via read, and execute it:
curl http://example.com/provisioning.sh | sh
The problem is, that the read command in the ...
I can't figure this out. I need to look at every line in file and check out whether it is matching word which is given in variable
I started through command read, but I don't know what am I supposed ...
I want to know which keys are pressed on my keyboard and print the information to stdout.
A tool that can do this is showkey. However, if I want to pass the data of showkey to read:
while read line; ...
Is there a way to "import" a list of words into bash's read builtin to have custom tab-completion? I've been writing a wrapper script for suckless' minimalist irc client "ii", and I don't have a way ...
I have a file foo.txt