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Release memory used by the Linux kernel on caches
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full path listing in /directory/path/* of javascript files.
file listing in /directory/path/* of specific files such as javascript(js) .

Find last reboot time
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Add an iptables rule on RH/CentOs before the reject
Rather then editing the /etc/sysconfig/iptables file, or during a kickstart doing some awk/sed magic, easily add a rule in the correct place within iptables

Periodic Log Deletion
deletes logs not modified in over [#] days - modify to compress or move, as needed

List of services sorted by boot order in Redhat-based systems

Connect via sftp to a specific port
I use this for connect via sftp to a server listening on a non default ssh port.

list files recursively by size

list files recursively by size

Console clock
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