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Script on your firewall or management server

August 7, 2012


You can put your own script in Checkpoint Firewall or Management with SPLAT. If you need just a specific info from SPLAT continuously, that can be reached with a simple command you can implement it in SPLAT with a bash script. 1. To start your script on boot you have to put it in /etc/rc.d/rc.local. […]

Timestamps of a file

March 16, 2012


For example to make a correct log file rotation or backup rotation or other kind of file rotation it is good to understand what kind of timestamp a file has and which one can be affected and how it can be affected. Here are documented the basic 3 linux commands that can be used to […]