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Sep
11
comment Kill process with high CPU usage after X time?
Thanks for your answer! I would just like to point out that your sorting in TOPPROCESS is off. It won't sort by actual value, instead it will order the entries alphanumerically (e.g. 6% will have precedence over 12%). A better alternative might be the following command: top -b -n 1 | sed 1,6d | sed -n 2p
Feb
16
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Feb
16
comment Linux tools to find duplicate files?
+1 for FSlint. Very intuitive interface and powerful customization options.
Jan
6
comment rsync copies unmodified files between different file systems
Careful, though: Even with the modify window set, files will be fully synchronized twice a year due to DST changes.