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Back in the day I was a UNIX Systems admin. One of the “joys” of being a sysadmin was chugging through log files. I looked for errors in applications. I looked for commands that people used to delete their entire account (rm –r ./*.* is a good one). I looked for the reason why particular databases brought down the operating system. One of the essentials in any sysadmin’s toolbox is tail <>. Looking at these nicely formatted, but rarely structured enough to be placed in a database table (log4j is a good example), log files was a daily occurrence with an active environment.

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Hmmm... so what is the takeaway from this article? Totally useless, with no technical content what so ever.
Posted by Ashok n | Saturday, March 29 2014 at 8:43AM ET
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