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See OpenVZ Container id's of top 10 running processes by %cpu
This command will list the PID, VEID, and Name of the 10 highest cpu using processes on a openvz host. You must have vzpid installed.

View ~/.ssh/known_hosts key information
Will return the SSH server key information for each host you have in your ~/.ssh/known_hosts file, including key size, key fingerprint, key IP address or domain name, and key type.

Add a function you've defined to .bashrc
Example: To store the function addfunction after you have defined it: $ addfunction addfunction

Runs previous command but replacing
Really useful for when you have a typo in a previous command. Also, arguments default to empty so if you accidentally run: $ echo "no typozs" you can correct it with $ ^z

pretend to be busy in office to enjoy a cup of coffee
Not as taxing on the CPU.

Rename files in batch

Enter a command but keep it out of the history
Put a space in front of your command on the command line and it will not be logged as part of your command line history.

Check syntax for all PHP files in the current directory and all subdirectories

Symlink all files from a base directory to a target directory

Extract tar content without leading parent directory
If archive has leading directory level same as archive name and you want to strip it, this command is for you.


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