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KrazyWorks is a computer services company based in Delaware. We specialize in network design, data storage, system monitoring, and Web development.
2017-08-10 02:13
While I am on the subject of selecting time ranges from logs, a practical application presented itself. A lonely server in a far-away land with a habit of running out of memory could only be… Read More
2017-08-09 14:52
The croncal is a clever Perl script that reads entries in your crontab and outputs a schedule, showing the time when cron jobs will run. This can be useful when planning for server… Read More
2017-07-29 22:00
Consider a common situation: you would like to select lines from a log file that match a specific string, but only during a specific time frame. For example, my /var/log/messages contai… Read More
2017-06-23 12:05
Etckeeper is a handy tool that uses git to keep track of changes to anything in /etc (or any other folder you choose). It’s very simple to use and can help you quickly identi… Read More
2017-06-10 19:55
This is an update of the script I originally wrote five years ago and used to migrate many terabytes of production data between two NAS systems. What’s new: more efficient subfolder cr… Read More
2017-05-24 00:38
A creature in its death throes, Sun Microsystems gave birth to Solaris SMF – the product of a disturbing union between Unix System V and the Microsoft Windows Registry. Shortly thereaf… Read More
2017-05-02 17:47
I’ve run into an interesting challenge: I needed to migrate application data from a local filesystem to NFS without stopping the processes running in the original mountpoint. Here&rsqu&hell…Read More
2017-04-17 19:18
Another simple one-liner to get a list of hostnames of all ESX servers in the vCenter. This can be useful for a number of things, specifically as input for other PowerCLI scripts. [crayon-58… Read More
2017-04-17 15:52
This is a quick PowerCLI script that reads from a list of VM names and for each VM with network adapter type “E1000” changes it to “Vmxnet3”. Nothing fancy, no reboot… Read More

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