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Benchmark report generator
Nicely display in html format a detailed report of the machine, including cpu benchmarks.

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Remove all but One
$ rm-but() { ls -Q | grep -v "$1" | xargs rm -r ; } Add this to your .bashrc file. Then whenever you need to remove all files/directories but one from present working directory. Run: $ rm-but Notes: 1. This doesn't affect the hidden files. 2. Argument is actually as string. And all files/directories having this string in there name are left untouched.

Analyse compressed Apache access logs for the most commonly requested pages

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

Print stack trace of a core file without needing to enter gdb interactively
The pstack command prints a stack trace of running processes without needing to attach a debugger, but what about core files? The answer, of course, is to use this command. Usage: gdbbt program corefile

Check if your desired password is already available in haveibeenpwnd database. This command uses the API provided by HIBP

Delete files older than..
This command will delete files i a given path (/dir_name) , which older than given time in days (-mtime +5 will delete files older than five days.


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