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comment Dependencies of puppet modules
Ok, but it's strange that if I have many third-party modules, I can't figure out if they depend on anything by looking at docs. Only running and failing them
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comment Apache running on CentOS in VirtualBox is not accessible from host machine
You're AWESOME! Thanks! Only thing utility called system-config-firewall-tui. Thanks again!
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accepted Countinuous processing of tail -f output
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comment Countinuous processing of tail -f output
ok, I have figured out what was wrong. I used another awk after tail -f, which was buffered. Should be like tail -f source.txt | awk '{print $0; fflush()}' | awk '{total....}'. But thanks for your help - it did help a lot!
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comment Countinuous processing of tail -f output
The source is actually apache's access log. Probably I can't influence it's flushing... But I mean, if I can see it on the screen line by line, it must be a way to process it accordingly. Thanks for perl script. I will save them for exceptional case
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comment Countinuous processing of tail -f output
looks like Brainfuck
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comment Countinuous processing of tail -f output
Yep, tried, but still hangs...
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revised Countinuous processing of tail -f output
wrong mean
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comment Countinuous processing of tail -f output
>>Wait, how did you get a mean of 5; true. Screwed up
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comment Countinuous processing of tail -f output
I have tried to do it with awk, but it didn't work, i.e. tail -f file.txt | awk {total+=$0; count+=1} END {print total/count} - and it just doesn't give any output
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