Destroy all unmapped Brightbox Cloud IPs

for ip in `brightbox-cloudips list |grep unmapped|awk '{ print $1}'`;do brightbox-cloudips destroy $ip;done

By: rubiojr
2011-08-17 11:49:47

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What Others Think

search-fu "brightbox-cloudips" . I'm not going to downvote, but damn, the OP sure could have spend a moment to explain WTF is going on.
unixmonkey365 · 356 weeks and 6 days ago

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