Commands tagged tune2fs (2)

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list files recursively by size

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 !!).

Compare a remote file with a local file
Useful for checking if there are differences between local and remote files.

download file1 file2 file3 file4 .... file 100

sync two folders except hidden files

show lines that appear in both file1 and file2

Kill any process with one command using program name
See also: killall

Insert a comment on command line for reminder
Comments can be used directly on the command line so I can save in the history a brief description of what command does.

du with colored bar graph
A more efficient way, with reversed order to put the focus in the big ones.

calulate established tcp connection of local machine
If you want prepend/append text just wrap in echo: $echo Connected: `netstat -an|grep -ci "tcp.*established"`


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