How do I use awk and GNU date to convert epoch time value in a SQL output?UsHow do I use awk and GNU date to convert epoch time value in a SQL output?
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The free command tells how much swap space is on a Linux system, but it doesn’t tell where it is. When this question pops up in my mind, I check the /etc/fstab file and the result is mostly accurate except on one server that I’ve just reinstalled.
Do you have a program similar to Windows Device Manager or msinfo32 for sysadmin to gather hardware information without opening the computer chassis?
Automate wget to login FTP server and download folders recursively.