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Souls files

Graphic showing the structure of the most popular files you can find there https://github.com/corkami/pics/tree/master/binary  is the great and idea  .

Example tar:

And gzip

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Linux

Auditing Oracle database stopping and starting using the ELK stack

This blog post is about two things: one how you can monitor who is bringing you database up and down (there is a twist at the end!) and two how you can very conveniently do that with aggregated logs in a browser with a tool called ‘Kibana’, which is the K in ELK. 3,050 more words

Oracle

Compiling error of hping: "DBYTE_ORDER_(BIG|LITTLE)_ENDIAN"

Taken from the original post.

Symptom:

#./configure

bytesex.h:22:3: error: #error can not find the byte order for this architecture, fix bytesex.h

In file included from rapd.c:11:
 ars.h:190:2: error: #error "Please, edit Makefile and add -DBYTE_ORDER_(BIG|LITTLE)_ENDIAN"
 ars.h:254:2: error: #error "Please, edit Makefile and add -DBYTE_ORDER_(BIG|LITTLE)_ENDIAN"
 ars.h:323:2: error: #error "Please, edit Makefile and add -DBYTE_ORDER_(BIG|LITTLE)_ENDIAN"
 In file included from ars.h:20,
 from split.c:11:
 bytesex.h:22:3: error: #error can not find the byte order for this architecture, fix bytesex.h
 In file included from split.c:11:
 ars.h:190:2: error: #error "Please, edit Makefile and add -DBYTE_ORDER_(BIG|LITTLE)_ENDIAN"
 ars.h:254:2: error: #error "Please, edit Makefile and add -DBYTE_ORDER_(BIG|LITTLE)_ENDIAN"
 ars.h:323:2: error: #error "Please, edit Makefile and add -DBYTE_ORDER_(BIG|LITTLE)_ENDIAN"
 now you can try `make' 139 more words
Linux

(Deleted) files and disk space isn't grownig

Some times happen when you remove files locked by some aps (example weblogic, less app) you remove files but this action don’t free up space on the disk. 652 more words

Linux

Sync folders in Vagrant but exclude some folders from syncing

Maybe you know this:
you have a huge Java project, maybe the project itself is a sum of many (not even so small)  Java projects. 287 more words

Linux

Pythonic balancer control

In my day job I work with a lot of services that sit behind a load balancer providing high availability across multiple backend hosts.

Now, inevitably there are times when these services or their hosting servers require maintenance. 411 more words

The Current State of Gaming on Wayland

With new emerging technologies and advancements in Linux, one that has been in news often over the past few years is of Wayland: the successor to the X11 display server standard. 1,432 more words