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Linux is the generic term for a UNIX-like open source operating system based on the Linux kernel.

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The development guidelines do not specify a way to escape the | The syntax of the first line is fix and not very flexible SERVICE STATUS: First line of output | First part of performance data and …
answered Feb 12 '14 by Matteo
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Nagios is an option. It has many plugins to check for processes, network, ... It has a web interface and you can define, in addition to the notifications also actions to be performed.
answered Sep 15 '11 by Matteo
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Take a look at sudo: it allows to specify actions that can be performed as another user (root in your case). You can for example add to your/etc/sudoers (don't edit the file directly use visudo) www …
answered Oct 8 '11 by Matteo
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To put a process in background just put the & at the end and remove the ; you used to terminate the command before done for newfile in new* ; do long_running_command 2>&1 > /dev/null & done You …
answered Mar 16 '12 by Matteo
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If you want to process all the lines of foo.txt you will have to use a loop. Use & to put the process to background while read line; do echo $line | bar.sh & done < foo.txt If your input contain …
answered Dec 24 '13 by Matteo
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You could monitor /var/log/secure for useradd entries: Sep 13 17:11:08 *** useradd[27220]: new group: name=test, GID=515 Sep 13 17:11:08 *** useradd[27220]: new user: name=test, UID=514, GID=515, hom …
answered Sep 13 '11 by Matteo
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Yes the buffers are used by the system to speed up I/O operations (e.g., by caching file reads). If needed this memory will be automatically freed. Your swap memory is not used which is a good sign ( …
answered Nov 19 '11 by Matteo
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By adding ftpuser to the www-data group you are allowing ftpuser to modify files owned by the www-data group not the other way around. You could add www-data to the ftpuser group. If you don't want t …
answered Feb 11 '14 by Matteo