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One line Perl Script to determine the largest file sizes on a Linux Server
This one line Perl script will display the smallest to the largest files sizes in all directories on a server.

Debug a remote php application (behind firewall) using ssh tunnel for XDEBUG port 9000
If you need to xdebug a remote php application, which is behind a firewall, and you have an ssh daemon running on that machine. you can redirect port 9000 on that machine over to your local machine from which you run your xdebug client (I am using phpStorm) So, run this command on your local machine and start your local xdebug client, to start debugging. more info: http://code.google.com/p/spectator/wiki/Installing

git remove files which have been deleted
This command handles git rm'ing files that you've deleted.

list block devices
Shows all block devices in a tree with descruptions of what they are.

Swap a file or dir with quick resotre
This lets you replace a file or directory and quickly revert if something goes wrong. For example, the current version of a website's files are in public_html. Put a new version of the site in public_html~ and execute the command. The names are swapped. If anything goes wrong, execute it again (up arrow or !!).

list block devices
Shows all block devices in a tree with descruptions of what they are.

Find out which process uses an old lib and needs a restart after a system update
Shows the full output of lsof.

Mount partition from image (without offset mount)

Generate MD5 of string and output only the hash checksum in a readable format
Generates the md5 hash, without the trailing " -" and with the output "broken" into pairs of hexs.

Copy something to multiple SSH hosts with a Bash loop
Just a quick and simple one to demonstrate Bash For loop. Copies 'file' to multiple ssh hosts.


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