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Nov
7
comment less with “update file” like functionality
I meant following the file descriptor, as it is defined in tail -f's man page. But nevertheless I have clarified my question.
Nov
6
comment less with “update file” like functionality
This is only partially useful for my case. The watched file is very big the updated information at the top. It is no "scrolling" log file. Shift+F immediately scrolls to the end of the file...
Aug
21
comment Weekly alternating cronjob (with step values)
The only source is the said Wikipedia article where the corresponding paragraph is marked with "citation needed". Are there any other reliable sources? I could not google anything.
Aug
14
comment Alternative to etsy/statsd
Looks great. Is there any demo or at least a screenshot available?
Aug
14
comment Alternative to etsy/statsd
statsd is just a very simple statistics aggregator and what I need is a GUI. That is why I have asked this question ;) TL;DR: statsd is great, but what I want is stats and a GUI/dashboard
Aug
14
comment Alternative to etsy/statsd
It does not have a dynamic, easy to use GUI. Graphite is a rendering tool, not a dashboard like solution.
Aug
10
comment Alternative to etsy/statsd
Thanks for the hint! I'd say it is more or less a "how can I do something" than a "what is the best product" question. I primarily need to solve the problem, that I do not want to send my server statistics to a third party in order to get state of the art statistics.
Jun
29
comment What cause high CPU usage on the server during file upload
http:// oder https://?
Jun
12
comment Weekly alternating cronjob (with step values)
This approach does not work! From the cron man page: "The day of a command's execution can be specified by two fields --- day of month, and day of week. If both fields are restricted (ie, aren't *), the command will be run when either field matches the current time. For example, ``30 4 1,15 * 5'' would cause a command to be run at 4:30 am on the 1st and 15th of each month, plus every Friday."