How can I login without password and run command in server at a local machine remotely?

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Login without PWD is fast and efficient. Running commands in server from local machine also have these benefits. login without PWD: add PC A’s public key to PC B’s authorized keys. > a@A:~> cat .ssh/id_rsa.pub | ssh b@B ‘cat >> .ssh/authorized_keys’ > b@B’s password: Run command remotely ssh root@MachineB “ls” NOTE: running commands remotely is
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How to detect whether a file is being written by any other process in Linux?

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How to detect whether a file is being written by any other process in Linux? Before a program open a file to processes it, it wants to ensure no other processes are writing to it. Here, we are sure after the files are written and closed, they will not be written any more. Hence, one-time
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How to get the highest temperature from all sensors in a server on Linux?

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It is useful to monitor a server node’s temporary. Among all the sensors’ temperatures, the higher one may be a very important one. How to get the highest temperature from all sensors in a server on Linux? You can use this command to get the the highest temperature from all sensors in a server on
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Killing Running Bash Script Process Itself and All Child Processes In Linux

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In Linux, how to kill a process and all its child processes? For example, a Bash script A starts B, B starts C and C calls rsync. I would like to kill A and all its child processes all together. How to do this? There are possibly many answers to this question. One of the
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How to get the running process’ parent process’ ID in C / C++?

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How to get the running process’ parent process’ ID in C / C++? In C and C++, you can call the getppid() library function which is a function from the POSIX library. #include <sys/types.h> #include <unistd.h> pid_t getppid(void); getppid() returns the process ID of the parent of the calling process. Example usage: getppid.c #include <stdio.h>
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How to find the disk where root / is on in Bash on Linux?

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Question: how to find the disk where the Linux’s root(/) is on in Bash? The root may be on a LVM volume or on a raw disk. 2 cases: One example: # df -hT | grep /$ /dev/sda4 ext4 48G 32G 14G 71% / For another example: # df -hT | grep /$ /dev/mapper/fedora-root ext4
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How to get the one character’s next character in ASCII table in Bash?

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How to get the one character’s next character in ASCII table in Bash? For example, if I have ‘a’ in variable i, how to get ‘b’? First, we need to get the integer value for the character. char=’b’ charint=$(printf “%d” “‘$char'”) Then, we increase the integer by one let charint=$charint+1 Last, we can get the
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How to delete or get the number in the tail from a string in shell script?

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How to delete or get the number in the tail from a string in shell script (bash script)? Okay to call other tools. For example, from “/dev/sda8”, I want to get “/dev/sda” and “8” separately. This can be achieved by using sed as follows. To get the string after deleting the tailing numbers, we can
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How to split a string by string in Bash?

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How to split a string by string in Bash? For example, “a string separated by space” => [“a”, “string”, “separated”, “by”, “space”] and “a,string,separated,by,comma” => [“a”, “string”, “separated”, “by”, “comma”] You can convert a string to an array using the grammar like inarr=(${a}) If the delimiter is not space and delimiter is a single character
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