I want a list of all the children of a #ZFS filesystem. I'm using:
$ zfs list -Hr -o name -d 1 foo/bar
I don't want the parent in that list (i.e. foo/bar). Can `zfs list` do that?
If not, I can use grep to get rid of `foo/bar`.
The output I want is:
I'll work on configuring FreshPorts for the new git ports tree at about 1600 UTC. Lunch time.
Updating an existing mosquitto installation from 1.x to 2.x?
There are changes to pid file, certificate, and configuration file permissions.
Eaton EMA114-10 ePDU initial configuration
This author does good work, very easy to follow his writing. The latest book is on TLS: https://mwl.io/nonfiction/networking#tls
3 days later, this question
"Interesting idea. With standard newsyslog.conf on #FreeBSD, how can you rotate a log file daily, but only if it's non-empty?"
results in a new feature:
"a new flag, 'E', that prevents newsyslog(8) from rotating the empty log files."
Interesting idea. With standard newsyslog.conf on #FreeBSD, how can you rotate a log file daily, but only if it's non-empty?
I did others too. One completed in:
Let's try this:
[dan@slocum:~/src/mkjail] $ sudo ./src/bin/mkjail update -j mx-ingress01
Blog post about how to register a package without installing the package, thus preventing the package from being installed.
Imagine you have a dev system, and you want to avoid accidentally installing the package for the code you are working on.