Ubuntu/Debian Notification After Command Has Run

If you’re about to run a process that is going to take a considerable amount of time to execute, it is convenient to have that process run without your supervision. And having some type of notification as to when the process has finished executing… or throwing an error, is a big help. Luckily in Ubuntu,… Continue reading Ubuntu/Debian Notification After Command Has Run

Git; Get All Branches Last Commit Date and Time

for k in `git branch | perl -pe s/^..//`; do echo -e `git show –pretty=format:”%Cgreen%ci %Cblue%cr%Creset” $k — | head -n 1`\\t$k; done | sort -r The set of piped commands above produces easy-to-read output of all your repo’s branch names and their last commit dates. Below is an explanation of the commands: for k… Continue reading Git; Get All Branches Last Commit Date and Time

Count IP Occurrences in Apache / Nginx Logs

This command will parse an Apache or Nginx log file and print-out the 50 highest occurring IP’s, along with the number of occurrences, to the shell prompt. machine:~ User$ cat access.log | awk ‘{print $1}’ | sort -n | uniq -c | sort -nr | head -50 cat – reads the file access.log – is… Continue reading Count IP Occurrences in Apache / Nginx Logs

Bootstrap v4, hidden-*, visible-* replacements

Bootstrap v4 has replaced the following classes: hidden-sm-down, hidden-md-down, hidden-lg-down, hidden-xl-down, hidden-xs-up, hidden-sm-up, hidden-md-up, hidden-lg-up, hidden-xl-up, hidden-xs, hidden-sm, hidden-md, hidden-lg, hidden-xl, visible-xs, visible-sm, visible-md, visible-lg, visible-xl Below is an example of what classes you now need to have in order to reproduce the same effect as the above removed classes. There is also an extension… Continue reading Bootstrap v4, hidden-*, visible-* replacements

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GIT Using SSH to Push Remote to Server

On the server terminal, type: git remote add origin ssh://user@domain.com:22/home/user/remote.git The name of your remote repo will be ‘origin’. ‘user’ is your user name, ‘domian.com’ is your domain or IP address. ‘:22’ is the port number used to connect to your ssh server. ‘/home/user/remote.git’ is the location of your remote git repo. Before you push… Continue reading GIT Using SSH to Push Remote to Server

Quickly Testing TTFB (Time To First Byte) with Apache Benchmarking Tool

Checking the cause of a high TTFB (Time To First Byte) can be time consuming. And pinpointing the issue requires multiple tests against even the smallest changes. Enter Apache’s Benchmarking Tool ab to help with quick testing. ab -n 100 http://www.website.com/ The above command will execute 100 tests against the website entered. The results are… Continue reading Quickly Testing TTFB (Time To First Byte) with Apache Benchmarking Tool

Pushing Large Git Repository

Pushing a large Git Repository can cause issues; time-outs, disconnects or general freezing tend to happen with especially large Git Repos. The best way to handle pushing those large git repos is to break the pushes down into commit chunks. Using git log you can decide how far back and how many chunks you would… Continue reading Pushing Large Git Repository