klovera


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If you have a Table which has a Column of type char or varchar or even text, and you want to change a portion of text in it for example a path. In this case you need to change the same text with new one in every records.
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Check the version of CentOS
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Domain ambiguous way of forcing www with htaccess
0 127 posted 8 years ago by klovera
Shows the load of the cpu graphically in ssh (note you must install htop first)
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List files in varying detail
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How to run a tar archive backup excluding a directory. For example, running a website root directory backup excluding the 'backups' directory.
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Kudos to http://snipplr.com/view/26670/
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A simple but useful command. List processes running on the system.
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Displays the # of emails in Exim queue.
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When modifying file permissions it is sometimes necessary to go back to the drawing board and set back to the default permissions. The following command can be used via ssh and takes a couple seconds vs trying to do this via ftp file by file (which c...
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-R = recursive
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-l switch output only the names of files in which the text occurs as opposed to each line containing the text<br> -i switch ignores the case<br> -r descends into subdirectories<br> Example: grep -lir "my search string" /home/account_name/public...
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Returns a list of the number of connections by IP.
0 107 posted 9 years ago by klovera
// example <br> $from = '2011-1-6'; <br> $to = '2011-1-8'; <br> dateDiff($from,$to); // returns 2
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