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Linux CronTabs, Cron Jobs, Task Schedulers
 
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This video is on Linux CronTabs also known as Job Schedulers, Task Schedulers, and Cron Jobs. Let me know if you have any questions by commenting below or tweeting me @frankperez87. Also if you have any recommendations for what the next video should be let me know below.
Views: 146882 Frank the Programmer
Automatizando Backup Oracle(Crontab Linux)
 
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Vídeo Backull: https://youtu.be/g36XwDUfvhc Vídeo Restore: https://youtu.be/nkgmZ3SM40o Artigo Agendando Tarefas no Linux: https://www.vivaolinux.com.br/artigo/Agendando-tarefas-em-Linux-Unix-usando-o-cron =============SCRIPT LINUX================== #!/bin/bash # Autor.......: Eliezio Mesquita # Data........: 27/08/2016 # Função......: Execução de Backull do Banco # Versão......: 0.1 # Atualização.: 27/08/2016 #Viaveis: export ORACLE_SID=orcl export ORACLE_HOME=/u01/app/oracle/product/11.2.0/db_1 export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$ORACLE_HOME/lib:/lib:/usr/lib export PATH=/usr/lib64/qt-3.3/bin:/usr/local/bin:/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/home/oracle/bin:/u01/app/oracle/product/11.2.0/db_1/bin:/home/oracle/bin:/u01/app/oracle/product/11.2.0/db_1/bin dthora=`date "+%d-%m-%Y-%H:%M"` #Chamada para Execução do Backup: rman target / cmdfile /home/oracle/backup/backup.rman msglog /home/oracle/backup/rman_bkp_diario-$dthora.log
Views: 1676 Target Database
Scheduling Tasks in Linux - The CRONTAB Command
 
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Scheduling Tasks in Linux - The CRONTAB Command and utilizing the cron daemon to schedule repetitive or chronic tasks on a system.
Views: 150014 Carly Salali
Crontab Basic Tutorial - BASH - Linux
 
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Views: 86784 Kris Occhipinti
Configuracion de Crontab Cron Debian VirtualBox
 
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Views: 373 Redlinux 777
Scheduling tasks in Linux using crontab | scheduling jobs via cron job and at  in unix | Unix Videos
 
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scheduling jobs via cron job and at in unix. This video shows how to schedule a task in linux using crontab
Views: 27766 Wysheid Wysheid
what is crontab | how to use crontab | crontab in linux
 
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We can set cron jobs in two ways 1)On system level 2)for user specific.both the ways are explained properly.
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crontab demonstration
 
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Testing crontab that makes automatic file updates. I made this video to show it to my teacher.
Oracle DBA Justin - How to set the Oracle environment on a Unix or Linux system
 
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How to set the Oracle environment on a Unix or Linux system
Views: 46606 jbleistein11
AGENDAR TAREFAS NO LINUX - CRON
 
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Aprenda a criar tarefas no LINUX com a ferramenta CRON. Viva o Linux
Views: 447 Vitor Hugo Panizza
Usando o Cron no Linux
 
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Usando o Cron para agendar tarefas no Linux. Repositório com os arquivos usados no vídeo: https://github.com/leandroramos/using-cron Meu e-mail: [email protected]
Views: 177 Leandro Ramos
scp and cronjob (without password) on OS X
 
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I wanted to copy some files from my computer over to a server every minute, as a cronjob. I searched around the internet but the solutions were scattered all over the place and a lot of "do this and do that" so I decided to put things together in this comprehensive video. In this video, you will learn: How to set up your RSA private/public keys. How to set up passwordless SSH access to your server. How to "scp" files from your client to your server under your user name. How to set up a cronjob to copy your files over to the server once every minute.
Views: 1652 Vandad NP
Como agendar tarefas no CRONTAB ?
 
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- Como realizar agendamento de tarefas com crontab no linux e Unix ?
Comando cron - Agendar tarefas para execução recorrente no Linux
 
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Comando cron - Agendar tarefas para execução recorrente no Linux Contribua com a Bóson Treinamentos!: Clube de Contribuições no Kickante: https://www.kickante.com.br/campanhas/contribuicao-mensal/boson-treinamentos-fabio-dos-reis Por Fábio dos Reis Bóson Treinamentos: http://www.bosontreinamentos.com.br Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bosontreinamentos/ Pinterest: https://br.pinterest.com/bosontreina/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/bosontreina Instagram: bosontreinamentos Outros projetos do autor: Planeta Unix: http://www.planetaunix.com.br Diário do Naturalista: http://www.diariodonaturalista.com.br Outras formas de contribuir: http://www.bosontreinamentos.com.br/contribuir/
Views: 15120 Bóson Treinamentos
CRONTAB Y PHP EN LINUX
 
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breve introducción al manejo de CRONTAB con PHP en linux utilizando la distribucion UBUNTU 10.10
Views: 3914 Charly Rosero
Linux : Installing Software Packages (RPM, YUM and DNF)
 
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This video gives a quick overview of using RPM, YUM and DNF for installing software packages in RPM-based Linux distributions. For more information see: https://oracle-base.com/articles/linux/installing-software-packages Website: https://oracle-base.com Blog: https://oracle-base.com/blog Twitter: https://twitter.com/oraclebase Cameo by Dan Norris : Blog : http://www.dannorris.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/dannorris Cameo appearances are for fun, not an endorsement of the content of this video.
Views: 23997 ORACLE-BASE.com
how to edit crontab without using "crontab -e" command
 
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how to edit crontab with using "crontab -e" command you can read about this topic in my blog. http://sharadchhetri.com/2013/06/14/edit-the-crontab-without-using-crontab-e/
Views: 4365 Sharad Chhetri
Linux Learning- Cronjob Task
 
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Linux Learning- Cronjob Task Cron jobs are automated programs created for Unix and Unix-like platforms such as Linux. Their job is to do particular commands that a web developer has assigned them to execute at the exact time and given date. For example, you need to send a group e-mail every 6:35 AM on the 3rd day of every month. Now, you don't have to remind yourself to wake up earlier than 6:35 AM just to write the content of the group e-mail and send it to all members. All you need to do is set the time and date of the message delivery using the crontab. A crontab is the file where cron settings are found. It contains the following fields: commands, minutes, hours, days, months, and weekdays. You can fill these fields with the information that will suit your needs or preferences. In case one option is not applicable like the minutes field, place an asterisk (*) instead. The actual crontab is presented through a text file that will require you to write complex codes or syntax. However, just to bring convenience to their customers, most web hosting providers offer a user-friendly version of a crontab. It's now in the form of a web control panel that is fairly easy to configure. It's already mentioned that cronjobs can only be used on web servers, which run on Unix or Linux. So, if your operating system is Windows, there's no way you can use cronjobs. However, Windows has its own version of this tool known as the Task Scheduler. Max Adams is the owner of [http://webhosting.infospotters.com/] - If you are aiming for a topnotch hosting deal that won't compromise value for your money, check out our reviews. We are here to be your independent source of honest and unbiased reviews of all hosting companies and their products and services. cron job for linux cron job for linux every hour cron job linux cron job linux centos cron job linux command cron job linux every 5 minutes cron job linux every day cron job linux every hour cron job linux every minute cron job linux every second cron job linux example cron job linux not working cron job linux path cron job linux tutorial cronjob linux 14.04 crontab in linux 6 crontab linux 1 crontab linux 2 &1 crontab linux 30 minutes crontab linux 5 minutes crontab linux 6 crontab linux 6.5 crontab linux centos 6 linux + cron job for every 30 seconds linux 6.4 crontab linux cron job every 1 minute linux cron job every 10 minutes linux cron job every 10 seconds linux cron job every 12 hours linux cron job every 15 minutes linux cron job every 2 hours linux cron job every 2 minutes linux cron job every 3 hours linux cron job every 30 minutes linux cron job every 4 hours linux cron job every 5 seconds linux cron job every 6 hours linux cron job for user linux cron job run every 5 minutes linux cronjob alle 5 minuten linux cronjob alle 5 sekunden linux crontab */15 linux crontab */3 linux crontab */60 linux crontab 0 5 linux crontab 10 linux crontab 15 minutes linux crontab 2 linux crontab 2時間おき linux crontab 30 seconds linux crontab 30秒 linux crontab 3時間毎 linux crontab 5 linux crontab 5分毎 linux crontab 5分間隔 linux crontab 5분마다 linux crontab alle 2 stunden linux crontab alle 6 stunden linux mint cron job linux user crontab oracle linux 6 crontab redhat linux 6 crontab -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "15 Programming Language to say Hello World (in 5 mins)" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58YZu8MF9do -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 170 MD. Imran Khan
Adding New Mount Point fdisk Demonstration Linux
 
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How to use Fdisk utility to add new disk to Linux Server. Video demonstrates how to use fdisk utility to view the added mount points Adding them to the Partition Table Showing some of the commands related to Fdisk utility Live Demonstration of adding the mount point. Formatting to ext3 after adding to the Partition table. Creating a directory and Mounting this new Disk. Showing how to make these changes permanently by adding entries in /etc/fstab Creating a new file after adding. Cleanup tasks. Thanks for watching this video. If you like it please share with your friends and colleagues. For any feedback and suggestions, do comment below. Subscribe to this Channel to get more videos instantly and you don't miss any of them. Thanks Kiran Ginni
Views: 36315 kiran ginni
The Complete Linux Course: Beginner to Power User!
 
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Get The Complete Linux Administration Course Bundle! https://josephdelgadillo.com/product/linux-course-bundle/ Preview the courses! A Beginner’s Guide to Linux System Administration! https://bit.ly/2LZ7cfN CentOS and Red Hat Linux to Certified System Administrator! https://bit.ly/2OJtZLp BASH Programming Course: Master the Linux Command Line! https://bit.ly/2ACzXuv The Complete Wireshark Course: Go from Beginner to Advanced! https://bit.ly/2MinlKr If you want to get started using Linux, you will LOVE this course! This 7+ hour Ubuntu Linux tutorial will take you from beginner to power user. We will cover installation, command line, administrative privileges, app development, server hosting, GitHub, and much more! Time-stamps 01:01 Introduction to Linux 08:44 Linux distributions explained 15:56 Installing VirtualBox and setting up our virtual machine 23:47 Ubuntu Linux installation on a virtual machine 36:26 Disabling the ISO and first boot up 38:40 VirtualBox guest additions for a better user experience 46:14 Customizing our Ubuntu desktop 54:41 Unity Tweak Tool for Ubuntu 1:06:48 Installing Ubuntu alongside Windows (dual boot) 1:23:09 Linux command line essentials 1:36:17 Administrative privileges in terminal 1:42:14 Using the package manager (apt-get) to install new applications 1:46:17 Searching through the repositories to find new apps 1:48:23 Installing packages that are not in the repository 1:53:09 Keeping programs updated in Linux 1:57:48 File permissions and ownership explained 2:10:26 How to create files using the command line interface (CLI) 2:15:24 Creating new directories and moving files 2:19:59 Copying, renaming, and removing files 2:24:43 The FIND command and it’s practical uses 2:36:10 GREP command explained 2:39:10 Using GREP in conjunction with FIND 2:42:26 Redirecting the output of a command 2:45:42 The TOP command and its uses 2:47:01 How to view the entire list of processes and closing applications 2:52:36 Services explained 2:54:44 Configuring services using the command line 2:59:20 Using CRONTABS to schedule tasks 3:04:56 Choosing an integrated development environment (IDE) 3:08:29 Eclipse installation and setup 3:12:26 PyCharm installation and setup 3:18:51 Introduction to GitHub, installation, and repository setup 3:23:06 How to push/pull information from a repository 3:29:13 How to remove/ignore directories in our repository 3:34:25 Resolving merge conflicts through terminal 3:41:42 How to setup and manage branches 3:49:37 Meteor installation & setup 3:55:32 Meteor project setup 4:01:06 Router setup with React components 4:13:31 Getting into the programming 4:26:46 Rendering our blog posts 4:42:06 Apache 2, PHP 5, and MySQL setup 4:45:36 Server configuration 4:51:14 Linux hosts file explained 4:54:40 Deploying our Meteor app to an Apache 2 server 5:00:03 MongoDB NoSQL database 5:05:21 Virtual host setup 5:16:46 phpMyAdmin setup 5:24:50 Creating a basic virtual host 5:33:00 Wordpress installation on top of our Apache 2 environment 5:40:25 Database setup 5:46:48 Python installation and CLI 5:57:35 Adding/removing users through GUI 6:01:09 Adding/removing users through CLI 6:06:55 Adding users to a group 6:10:51 Introduction to networking 6:17:41 Local area network (LAN) explained 6:25:08 Networking commands 6:35:40 NETSTAT command 6:40:39 Linux host file 6:49:59 TRACEROUTE commands 6:53:57 Network mapping explained 7:08:29 Using SSH to access the command line of a remote host 7:11:06 Using SFTP to transfer files between machines 7:14:43 Setting up SSH on our local machine 7:20:10 MAN command explained
Views: 971823 Joseph Delgadillo
Install Packages in Linux using YUM Command
 
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In this video tutorial you can learn about installing the rpm packages in the Linux using the YUM command. There are more features available in the yum command and we can also easily manage the software repository in the Linux using the YUM command. Use the yum utility to modify the software on your system in four ways: • To install new software from package repositories • To install new software from an individual package file • To update existing software on your system • To remove unwanted software from your system Using the yum software installer you can query for the installed software. search for the updates, uninstall the software, list the softwares etc
Views: 17240 TechKENIN
Crontab Entry for Reboot and Clearing Log Files
 
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To get to crontab tye: crontab -e Sample crontab entry: 0 0 */2 * * echo " " > /root/.chaincoin/debug.log @reboot chaincoind ** note: youtube doesn't allow angle brackets in descryptions. change the > to right angle bracket if code fails. Good luck.
Views: 83 Chaoabunga
Regular Expressions (Regex) Tutorial: How to Match Any Pattern of Text
 
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In this regular expressions (regex) tutorial, we're going to be learning how to match patterns of text. Regular expressions are extremely useful for matching common patterns of text such as email addresses, phone numbers, URLs, etc. Almost every programming language has a regular expression library, so learning regular expressions with not only help you with finding patterns in your text editors, but also you'll be able to use these programming libraries to search for patterns programmatically as well. Let's get started... The code from this video can be found at: https://github.com/CoreyMSchafer/code_snippets/tree/master/Regular-Expressions Python Regex Tutorial: https://youtu.be/K8L6KVGG-7o If you enjoy these videos and would like to support my channel, I would greatly appreciate any assistance through my Patreon account: https://www.patreon.com/coreyms Or a one-time contribution through PayPal: https://goo.gl/649HFY If you would like to see additional ways in which you can support the channel, you can check out my support page: http://coreyms.com/support/ Equipment I use and books I recommend: https://www.amazon.com/shop/coreyschafer You can find me on: My website - http://coreyms.com/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/CoreyMSchafer Twitter - https://twitter.com/CoreyMSchafer Google Plus - https://plus.google.com/+CoreySchafer44/posts Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/coreymschafer/
Views: 143851 Corey Schafer
Reducing downtime using incremental backups and X-Platform TTS
 
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A little known MOS note describes how you can potentially reduce downtime by a significant amount when migrating databases between systems with different endianness. Many sites are looking for ways to move their databases from big-endian platforms such as HP-UX, AIX or Solaris/SPARC to an Exadata system running Linux. In this webinar, Martin Bach will explain how implementing a cross-platform incremental backup in conjunction with cross-platform transportable tablespaces makes this possible. You can access the archive of all our webinars at: http://www.red-gate.com/oracle-webianars.
Views: 3395 Redgate Videos
Linux Network Configuration
 
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Follow Eli on the Vlog Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/EliComputerGuyLive Info Level: Intermediate Presenter: Eli the Computer Guy Date Created: September 16, 2010 Length of Class: 51 Mintues Tracks Linux Prerequisites Introduction to Linux Installing Linux Basic Linux Tasks VIM for File Editing Navigation in Linux Purpose of Class This class teaches students how to configure their Linux servers networking. Topics Covered ifconfig Command DHCP Releae and Renew Restarting the Network Service Editing the interfaces File to Setup a Static IP Address Editing the resolv.conf File for DNS Changing the Serves Hostname' Ping for Troubleshooting UFW Firewall Configuration Class Notes Basic Tasks To Show Current IP Addresses and Network Configuration = sudo ifconfi To Release and Renew IP Address = sudo dhclient To Restart the Networking Service = sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart Always Restart the Networking Service After Changing Network Configurations Network Config file To Edit the Network Adapter Configurations = sudo vim /etc/network/interfaces auto eth0 = Auto Negotiate Speed for Ethernet Card 0 iface eth0 inet static /dhcp = Ethernet Card 0 Either Static or DHCP Address. If DHCP Don't Go Further. address 192.168.1.100 = Static IP Address netmask 255.255.255.0 = Subnet Mssk network 192.168.1.0 = Network (Generally Your IP Address Siply with a 0 in the Last Octet)) broadcast 192.168.1.255 = Broadcast Address (The Last Address in Your Subnet. Generally Your IP Address with a 255 in the Last Octet.) gateway 192.168.1.1 = Default Gateway. Generally Your ISP Modem or Router To Edit the DNS Resolution File = sudo vim /etc/resolv.conf To See Current Hostname = sudo /bin/hostname To Change Hostname = sudo /bin/hostname newhostname Ping To Determine if You Can See an IP Address = ping IP Address To Determine DNS is Working = ping domainname UFW firewall To Chaneg Default Handling of Ports When UFW is Enabled = sudo ufw default allow/deny To Turn UFW on or Off = sudo ufw enable/disable To Open or Close Ports for Everyone = sudo ufw allow/deny port# To Delete a UFW Rule = sudo ufw delete allow/deny port# To Allow Access to All Ports from a Specific IP Address = sudo ufw allow from IP Address To Allow Access to a Specific Port from a Specific IP Address = sudo ufw allow from IP Address to any port port# Final Thoughts Drivers Should Work Out of the Box... Wireless Networking is Its own Topic
Views: 460935 Eli the Computer Guy
Using nohup to allows jobs to continue on logout
 
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More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com Running jobs overnight may well be useful to you, especially if it going to take some time, if you can't schedule it to start then start it before you go home with nohup, you can then log off and the job continues in the background even though you are eating tea and toast at home
Views: 12274 theurbanpenguin
Linux Tip | Refresh Network Connections with a Command
 
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This video shows you hot to refresh network/internet connections. Refresh Network Connections Script Commands For Upstart: sudo service network-manager restart For systemd: sudo systemctl restart network-manager Create a script to run this command with one click: nano refresh-net Add to file: #!/bin/bash # Refresh network connections sudo service network-manager restart sleep 5 exit Ctrl+o saves file. Make the file executable: chmod +x refresh-net Move to /bin: sudo mv refresh-net /bin/ Please be sure to give EzeeLinux a 'Like' on Facebook! Thanks! https://www.facebook.com/EzeeLinux Check out http://www.ezeelinux.com and http://www.freedompenguin.com for more about Linux.
Views: 6262 Joe Collins
Backup databases using cron jobs
 
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In this video, we're going to show you 2 methods on how to backup your MySQL databases automatically using cron jobs.
Views: 10344 A2 Hosting
Automatic Backup shell script
 
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This is a video on automated backups. The link to the download is here: http://godfrey.online/yt or the direct link is http://godfrey.online/yt/Files/Backup.sh
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Using Crontab in Linux
 
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This is one of the most overlooked aspects of Linux. With Crontab, you can basically schedule anything you. Match this with the power of shell scripting, then you can have a whole system, or an office of systems maintain themselves. Examples: Let's make a script that runs every day and updates your system (this is for Debian based systems like Ubuntu or Mint if you have Aptitude installed). Create an empty file called automatic-update.sh and paste the following: #!/bin/sh aptitude update aptitude safe-upgrade -y aptitude autoclean Save the file. Make the file executable by typing chmod +x automatic-update.sh, now copy the file to /etc/cron.daily/ by typing sudo cp automatic-update.sh /etc/cron.daily/ and that's it, you're done. This will automatically update your system in the background without the need to use update manager. As far as I know, most Linux distro's have cron installed by default and should have this running in the background. To check, you can jump into the command line and type "ps aux | grep cron" and if you see that appear, you should be as good as gold.
Views: 26436 linuxfornewbs
jobs and scheduler in oracle
 
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jobs and scheduler in oracle
Views: 9474 Sainora Annanagar
Cómo utilizar Crontab
 
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¡Buenas a todos mis queridos Linuxeros! Como ya sabéis, últimamente ando muy ocupado y ese es el motivo principal por el cual no subo vídeos, pero sin embargo, como responder comentarios no me cuesta trabajo en absoluto, no voy a dejar de responder a vuestras dudas por ocupado que esté ;) En este tutorial explico cómo utilizar Crontab de la forma más clara y sencilla que se me ha ocurrido, espero que lo entendáis sin problemas. Aún así, si tenéis alguna duda o problema, sabéis que aquí estoy para responder comentarios y ayudar en todo lo posible encantadamente. Aquí os dejo una "chuleta" básica de crontab: minuto(0-59) hora(0-23) DíaDelMes(1-31) Mes(1-12) DíaDeLaSemana(0-6) Comando 00 00 * * * yaourt -Syua Por favor, si os ha gustado el vídeo compartidlo o dejad un comentario, realmente es de gran ayuda y se aprecia vuestra colaboración ^^ Y no olvides de darle me gusta en Facebook! ;) https://www.facebook.com/LinuxForTheFuture
Views: 17769 Linux for The Future
RMAN Backup and Recovery in oracle 11g on linux | Introduction
 
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Views: 7205 onlinedbaacademy
How to Create and Execute RMAN Backup Scripts part 01
 
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How to Create and Execute RMAN Backup Scripts part 01
Views: 13931 Abbasi Asif
Configurando rsync com o cron
 
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rsync é uma das melhores ferramentas de backup do linux, nesse vídeo mostrei como fazer o backup junto com o cron Settings rsync with cron
Views: 637 fmaciel3 .com
RMAN Incremental Backups
 
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Oracle RMAN Incremental Backups
Views: 2809 Hemant K Chitale
How To Download The RuneScape Client (on Linux)
 
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In this video, HikariKnight will show you how to install the Runescape client on an Ubuntu Based Linux system which works with launchpad PPA repositories. The terminal commands used in the video are: sudo apt-add-repository ppa:hikariknight/unix-runescape-client sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install unix-runescape-client For instructions on how to install the client on other Linux Distributions, please read the instructions from this forum post: http://zipansion.com/24VQa If you do have the dependencies covered then you can also use the Any Linux/Unix install which do not require superuser permissions to install. Open the terminal and paste in: wget $(echo -e "\x68\x74\x74\x70\x3a\x2f\x2f" )dl.dropbox.$(echo -e "\x63\x6f\x6d" )/u/11631899/opensource/Perl/u­nix-runescape-client.tar.gz && tar -vxzf unix-runescape-client.tar.gz && ~/runescape/install-desktop-ic­ons Then press enter. Q: Why use a native Linux client instead of running the Windows Client through wine? A: Better performance and the native client is built to work good with the Linux system and also contain fixes which will try make the client much more stable on the system. However if you do want to run the Windows client through wine, then MrMonkeySpork have a nice guide on how to do it here: http://zipansion.com/24VQb Q: Why use the client at all, it is a browser game? A: Sadly there are some issues that cannot be fixed with the OpenJDK/icedtea plugin for the web browsers on Linux, and sometimes the Oracle version of java might have its own issues. Currently Java7/OpenJDK7 do not work properly on the web client due to a linking issue from java7 not being compiled properly by OpenJDK-Team and Oracle. The client is able to "bypass" this linking issue by using LD_LIBRARY_PATH to link the java libraries properly, this is just 1 example on an issue we cannot resolve in the browser. Q: Do i need java for the Unix client, if so which java do i need? A: Any java version which meet the Runescape requirements will work, this video shows how to install the client on a Ubuntu machine that do not have java installed and will therefore install openjdk for you in order for the client to work. Q: I want to use a different java than openjdk, and i want to install the client without installing openjdk. Is that possible? A: Yes, replace the command "sudo apt-get install unix-runescape-client" with "sudo apt-get install runescape" this will install only the core files for the client but not install openjdk, just make sure you add the java binary to the "~/.config/runescape/share/settings.conf" file as the preferredjava, examples can be found in the same folder as settings.conf once you have tried to launch the client for the first time. If you need any Linux related tech support on Runescape, please post in the Linux - Community thread on the forums: http://zipansion.com/24VQc Or check out the Known Issues section of the Linux article on the official Runescape wiki: http://zipansion.com/24VQd
Views: 697 Colorado Cron 2
EXPLAINED: How to Install .tar, .tar.gz or .tar.bz2  files on Linux [ Step-by-Step Guide]
 
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CHECKOUT THE LATEST VIDEO ON INSTALLING A PGM FROM .TAR FILES, CLICK BELOW! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9JcK70kThI This is a step-by step guide on how to Install .tar or .tar.gz or .tar.bz2 files on Linux systems. In this video, I will walk through the process of opening up a .tar.gz file and installing it on Ubuntu linux. NOTE: 1) Sometimes you may not find configure file under the folder. This means that the program is pre-configured. You can move to next step.
Views: 427225 XPSTECH
Basic Linux Permissions part 6: sudo and sudoers
 
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Demonstration of how to give users permissions to execute commands as sudo in a Linux operating system. Includes example of allowing user to execute a selected set of commands as root. Commands/files: sudo, /etc/sudoers, /etc/sudoers.d, adduser, /etc/group. Created by Steven Gordon on 7 March 2012 at Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology, Thammasat University, Thailand.
Views: 44394 Steven Gordon
How to Zip and Unzip Directories on Linux
 
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Basic usage for the 'zip' and 'unzip' commands on Linux. zip -r zipdir_you_are_creating.zip Directory_to_Zip/ unzip zipfile.zip 1:08 File/Directory Setup 1:33 Short explanation of what a 'tarbomb' is -- don't do this! 2:12 Archiving vs. Compression 2:37 Overhead in FTP and other protocols can be a great reason for creating archives 2:58 Zip command for archiving/compression 4:31 Unzip command for the inverse operation Full Linux Sysadmin Basics Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLtK75qxsQaMLZSo7KL-PmiRarU7hrpnwK Check out my project-based Linux System Administration course (free sample videos): https://www.udemy.com/hands-on-linux-self-hosted-wordpress-for-linux-beginners/?couponCode=tl35 Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tutorialinux Official Site: https://tutorialinux.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tutorialinux Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tutorialinux
Views: 29120 tutoriaLinux
Aula 05 - Construindo uma aplicação em Bash - Cron
 
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Nesta vídeo aula iremos realizar diversos testes e configurar o agendamento da execução do script checkbaseMD5.sh. Para tal utilizaremos o utilitário cron do próprio Linux. Baixar scripts: http://www.cavalcantetreinamentos.com.br/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/scripts_hash.zip Não deixe de visitar o blog da [email protected] http://www.cavalcantetreinamentos.com.br
List partitioning in Oracle : Part 3
 
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This video explains list partitioning in detail with 2 real project examples. I recommend watching these 2 videos on partitioning prior to watching the current one. 1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3q4lrE671Y&t=25s 2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OQ8LXbxLI5g&t=1312s
Views: 3941 Tech Coach
SFTP - Linux Shell Script to Automate Synchronize Remote to Local Directory using LFTP command
 
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Linux Bash Script - https://goo.gl/5r60iE Demo of using LFTP to script the automation of synchronizing Remote SFTP directory with a Local Directory
Views: 8413 CodeCowboyOrg
How to Recover (Reset) the Linux Root Password:  Linux Server Training 101
 
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http://www.soundtraining.net/linux-server-training-101 If you've ever lost or forgotten the password to your Linux computer, this Linux tutorial video will show you exactly how to reset it. Using common password recovery procedures, you will learn how to boot your Linux system into single-user mode by modifying GRUB, then reset your root password. This video is based on CentOS version 6, but applies to most RedHat-based systems.
Views: 99202 soundtraining.net
SYSADMIN Agendando Comandos com CRON
 
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Neste vídeo o Professor Coelho mostra o funcionamento CRON, utilizado para agendar tarefas no GNU/Linux, e como criar e editar comandos através do crontab e dos diretórios de agendamento da distro Debian
Views: 180 Eduardo Coelho
Setting Password less ssh entry for a User - Redhat Linux 6
 
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This video tutorial demonstrates how you set up password less ssh entry for a user in Redhat Linux 6
Views: 6791 Ripul Anand
Learning CentOS Linux 6 3 Lesson 26 Using CRON to automate tasks
 
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More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com In this video we look at automating task in Linux with the cron daemon. We will look at both the system crons and user cron files and see how we can configure tasks to run at the data and time we wish.
Views: 6200 theurbanpenguin
openSUSE Leap 42.3 Installation on Oracle VirtualBox [2017]
 
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This video tutorial shows openSUSE Leap 42.3 installation on Oracle VirtualBox step by step. This tutorial is also helpful to install openSUSE Leap 42.3 on physical computer or laptop hardware. We also test Guest Additions features such as Automatic Resizing Guest Display and Shared Clipboard on openSUSE Linux. Steps: 1- Create Virtual Machine on Oracle VirtualBox 2- Start openSUSE Leap 42.3 Installation 3- Test Guest Additions Features: Automatic Resizing Guest Display and Shared Clipboard openSUSE Leap 42.3 New Features and Improvements openSUSE Leap 42.3 is a conservative update to the Leap series, introducing mostly minor fixed and package updates. The release of Leap 42.3 provides adopters a reliable server operating system for deploying IT services in physical, virtual or cloud environments. Leap's third edition of the 42 series has more than 10,000 packages and offers stability-minded users a refresh and hardware enablement release. The release is powered by the same Linux 4.4 Long-Term-Support (LTS) kernel found in the previous Leap edition. Leap 42.3 continues to use KDE's Long-Term-Support release 5.8 as the default desktop selection while also offering GNOME 3.20, the same as used by SUSE Linux Enterprise. A variety of additional desktops is available in the installer through the newly designed desktop selection. openSUSE Website: https://www.opensuse.org/ Download openSUSE Leap 42.3 ISO: https://software.opensuse.org/distributions/leap Hope you found it informative and useful. Any questions or comments are welcomed. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Website: http://www.SysAdminsHowto.com/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SysAdminsHowto/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SysAdmHowto Linux Video Tutorials: https://linux-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/ openSUSE Leap 42.3 Installation on VirtualBox Video: https://youtu.be/k7n9sk1CMdQ
Views: 4185 Linux Video Tutorials

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