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Here you may find a possible solution for the mentioned issue of a dynamic cron job creation as a script self-executed on randomly generated periods of cron job tasks.


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use can do this by adding the following line at the end of /etc/rsyslog.conf for udp *.* @remoteserverip for tcp *.* @@remoteserverip


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SQL Server has a number of startup options. Option "-n": Does not use the Windows application log to record SQL Server events. If you start an instance of SQL Server with -n, we recommend that you also use the -e startup option. Otherwise, SQL Server events are not logged. See Using the SQL Server Service Startup Options See How to: Configure Server ...


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I have found a script that might suit your needs: Option Explicit Dim strComputer, objWMIService, colEvents, objEvent Dim dtmStart, dtmEnd, strUser strComputer = "West204" dtmStart = "20091228000000.000000-360" dtmEnd = "20100101000000.000000-360" strUser = "MyDomain\jsmith" strUser = "jsmith" Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:" _ & ...


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Here's some info on a related use case: You want to redirect the output inside the container, which is running on Docker Cloud. In my case, I'm executing a long-running data analysis script (Java) on Docker Cloud. Each container is supposed to write its own results file. I'm using the java:8-jre image and overwrite the 'Run command' with the following line: ...


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Necro-answering a post I "answered" 6(!) years ago: These days I use "glogg": glogg is a multi-platform GUI application to browse and search through long or complex log files. It is designed with programmers and system administrators in mind. glogg can be seen as a graphical, interactive combination of grep and less.



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