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accepted Starting/Stopping IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) 7 from the Command Line
Jun
17
answered How to configure WAS to show fine log level in RAD console
Jun
17
revised Starting/Stopping IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) 7 from the Command Line
edited tags
Jun
17
asked Starting/Stopping IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) 7 from the Command Line
Jun
10
revised Linux: Schedule command to run once after reboot (RunOnce equivalent)
Forgot case option terminator (not required for last option, but still good practice); deleted 1 characters in body
Jun
10
comment Linux: Schedule command to run once after reboot (RunOnce equivalent)
@Dennis: Actually, based on crontab.c, I think my patterns are just fine. (Search for "DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE" at opensource.apple.com/source/cron/cron-35/crontab/crontab.c.)
Jun
10
revised Linux: Schedule command to run once after reboot (RunOnce equivalent)
Added usage message, ability to specify alternate path (useful with sudo), and full-output logging (sent to either /var/log/messages or /var/log/localmessages).
Jun
10
comment Linux: Schedule command to run once after reboot (RunOnce equivalent)
@Dennis: Got it, thanks. Coincidentally, local3 is the local facility that appears in man logger.
Jun
10
comment Linux: Schedule command to run once after reboot (RunOnce equivalent)
What made you choose local3, versus any of the other facilities between 0 and 7?
Jun
9
revised Linux: Schedule command to run once after reboot (RunOnce equivalent)
consistency