Learning Shell Scripting Language: A Guide from Newbies to System Administrator

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7 Responses

  1. kundan singh says:

    @Ravi

    ok, means i can not put a command into hold state in a script.

  2. kundan singh says:

    Hi, I have written a script with four commands. These four commands are taking backup of my servers. But when the script is running it’s taking so much RAM So that I want to RUN these commands one by one but the script file is one. is it possible?

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Kundan,

      Instead using script, try to add individual commands to the cron jobs and run them specific time. This way you can keep your Linux server performance to stable..

  3. SURYA says:

    EXCELLENT

  4. carl says:

    “which are unavailable in Windows” ? Sorry, Windows now has powershell or monad. Decades late, but now available.

  5. Sri says:

    Please think of this part of the title, “A Guide from Newbies to System Administrator.” Is this guide written by newbies for system administrators? I am sorry for bringing this to your notice, but I thought you might want to correct it.

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