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for f in `ls`; do sed -i '/MATCHING STRING/ { s/ORIGINAL/REPLACEMENT/; }' ${f} ; done
2015-05-21 19:37:42
User: krizzo
Functions: sed
-1

Find and replace specific characters in a single line in multiple files with sed.

openssl rsa -in key.priv -pubout > key.pub
2015-04-28 19:10:17
User: krizzo
2

This will extract the public key that is stored in the private key using openssl.

netstat -anp | grep :80 | grep ESTABLISHED | wc -l
2015-04-10 19:32:31
User: krizzo
Functions: grep netstat wc
Tags: session
-2

This counts all established sessions on port 80. You can change :80 to any port number you want to check.

git branch --merged | grep -v "\*" | xargs -n 1 git branch -d
2015-01-25 00:30:37
User: krizzo
Functions: grep xargs
3

This checks if the branch has been merged with master and then will delete the ones that have been. Keeps your local git repo nice and clean from all the branches.

ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -f ~/.ssh/<ROLE>_rsa -C "Comment goes here"
2015-01-11 17:52:21
User: krizzo
Functions: ssh ssh-keygen
Tags: ssh-keygen
0

This is just a default ssh-keygen command. Prompts for a password that you can use to secure the keys more and uses a higher bit value than the default along with naming the key something other than id_rsa for better file identification.

rpm -e --allmatches gpg-pubkey-1aa043b8-53b2e946
2014-12-09 21:27:08
User: krizzo
Functions: rpm
Tags: GPG rpm yum pubkey
0

This will remove the gpg-pubkey-1aa043b8-53b2e946 from rpm/yum and you'll be prompted to add it back from the given repo.

rpm -qa gpg-pubkey --qf "%{version}-%{release} %{summary}\n"
2014-12-09 21:23:28
User: krizzo
Functions: rpm
Tags: GPG rpm yum pubkey
0

This will list all the gpg keys that were accepted and installed for yum.

du -hs * |egrep -i "^(\s?\d+\.?\d+G)"
2014-12-09 15:23:21
User: krizzo
Functions: du egrep
Tags: size sort du
0

This will list all the files that are a gigabyte or larger in the current working directory. Change the G in the regex to be a M and you'll find all files that are a megabyte up to but not including a gigabyte.

ps axo pid=,stat= | awk '$2~/^Z/ { print $1 }'
2014-11-26 21:29:33
User: krizzo
Functions: awk ps
0

This prints out a list of all zombie processes PIDs so you can do things like kill the zombies

egrep -wi --color 'warning|error|critical'
du -sch .[!.]* * |sort -h
2014-07-17 21:45:46
User: krizzo
Functions: du sort
1

This command sorts the content including hidden files in human readable format of the current directory.