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10 Responses

  1. BigJoe says:

    Great article really useful.

    Any more bits like this?

  2. Mike says:

    Thank you. And if you want block:

    # iptables -I INPUT -s IP -j DROP


    # iptables -D INPUT -s IP -j DROP

    IP – remote addr

  3. Pratham says:

    Nice one but it’s works on HP Unix>, please share if know anything about it.

  4. LempStacker says:

    [[email protected] tmp]$ cat test.txt | awk ‘{arr[$1]+=1}END{flag=0;PROCINFO[“sorted_in”]=”@val_num_desc”;for (i in arr) if(flag<10) {print arr[i],i;flag++}}'

  5. Emric A Norman says:

    I love this Aaron, thanks for the information

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