Tag: bash

Chart your course with sar

The sar (system activity reporter) is a Linux utility that actually started life long ago in System V Unix. In spite of its ancient origins, sar is still quite useful, and has even been enhanced in recent versions of Linux….

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No arguments here – use xargs for file management performance

Jared Still, Pythian Principle Consultant and Oracle ACE, explains how using xargs with find can greatly speed up maintenance scripts and reduce system resource usage.

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