How to extract unique IP addresses from the apache log file on Linux

Question source: How do I extract all IP addresses from my httpd log. I need to extract only unique IP addresses from my apache log file. Here is a my sample apache log entry: XXX.64.70.XXX – – [26/Mar/2011:00:28:23 -0700] «GET / HTTP/1.1» 403 4609 «-» «Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US) AppleWebKit/534.16 (KHTML, likeSeguir leyendo

t4-2 geekbench

t4-2 Section Description Score Geekbench Score Integer Processor integer performance 22774 18439 Floating Point Processor floating point performance 27779 Memory Memory performance 2644 Stream Memory bandwidth performance 2175 Geekbench 2.1.6 for Solaris SPARC (64-bit) Result Information Upload Date March 14 2019 12:33 AM Views 1 System Information sun4v Operating System SunOS 5.11 sun4v Model sun4vSeguir leyendo


Extracting a file from a Solaris flar

source: Looking for UNIX and IT expertise? Why not get in touch and see how we can help? So, as covered in a previous post, Solaris Flash Archives give us a nice way to image a Solaris installation, and then to use that to build a machine via Jumpstart. The process isn’t all one way, however, and sometimesSeguir leyendo

chrome ERR_TIMED_OUT solved

Chrome ERR_TIMED_OUT solved taskmgr-> services Stop and disableCryptSvc That’s my way i fixed: 1. Open Run and type in regedit 2. Go here: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\SystemCertificates\Root\ 3. Right-click ProtectedRoots > Permissions and pick your account .     Tick Allow Full Control 4. Right-click Root and Export  5. Open Task Manager > stop Cryptographic Service and Delete Root(HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\SystemCertificates\) key in Regedit. 6. Restart your Windows. Enjoy.