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I don't know if later versions do, but after researching further I found that shell wildcards are supported. Both * (match multiple characters) and ? (match a single character) can be combined to match specific files. As an example, here are patterns which match your use case along with the rest of a file which could be found at /etc/logrotate.d/process ...


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I assume you want the count of entries per time unit (minutes in your example). I do not know, whether gnuplot can count lines in this manner. I would use awk (or any language convenient for you) to cumulate the data instead. Something like this would do: script = '{time = $3; gsub(/:[0-9][0-9]$/, "", time); date=sprintf("%s %s %s", $1, $2, time)} ...


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docker inspect should know what user has started each container. So something like: for c in `docker ps | tail -n +2 | awk '{print $1}'` ; do docker inspect $c | egrep '^ "User"|^ "Name"' ; echo ; done should give you a list. Hope it'll help.


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Make sure that in the agent configuration file on the monitored host: 'Hostname' parameter matches the host name in the frontend Servers in the 'ServerActive' parameter are specified for the processing of active checks. Example: /etc/zabbix/zabbix_agentd.conf: Hostname=game.bingodrive.com ServerActive=10.1.1.1 Then check if zabbix Unix user has the ...


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PowerShell 3.0-5.0: PowerShell Workflows: The Basics Workflow <workflow name> { foreach –parallel ($object in $objects){ <code> ... </code> } } PowerShell 2 Job: Thread Ping


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Apple does not require its software engineers to be consistent in how logs are enabled, how logging levels are adjusted, where logs are written, and whether or where these things are documented. Nor does it impose such rules on the various open source packages that make up much of the Darwin/Unix layer of OS X. I doubt anyone has a good list, and any such ...


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Change AS follows -N LOGGING -N NOLOG -A INPUT -m state --state INVALID -j DROP -A INPUT -m conntrack -j ACCEPT --ctstate RELATED,ESTABLISHED -A INPUT -i wlp5s0 -d 192.168.0.0/25 -m state --state NEW -j NOLOG -A INPUT -i wlp5s0 -d 255.255.255.255 -m state --state NEW -j NOLOG -A INPUT -i wlp5s0 -d 0.0.0.0 -m state --state NEW -j NOLOG -A INPUT -i ...



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