I am Dave Jing Tian, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University working on system security. My research involves embedded systems, operating systems, trusted and confidential computing, and hardware security and trust. All opinions are my own.
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Original post: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/servers-storage-dev/kornshell-1523970.html?sc=APACOU12014452MPP001C017 REPRINT: How to Write Scripts for Oracle Solaris with the Korn Shell by Ken Gottry, originally published August 2001 The basics of creating, executing, testing, and launching scripts to control Oracle Solaris with a Korn shell. Includes … Continue reading
This is a quick post on kill based on the trial and discussion when David, Daniel and myself were trying to kill all the abnormal process of Daniel under a Solaris 8 Ultra-80 server. The most tough thing was the … Continue reading
This post introduces the ‘$RANDOM’ in Shell including Ksh, Bash and Zsh and gives 2 examples using random processing in Shell. May it help:) 1. Number sequence random order generator # # Number sequence random order generator – nsrog # … Continue reading
This post was originated by Stephen Phil Hill (Stephen.p.Hill@alcatel-lucent.com) on Oct 8, 2008. As an experienced developer in SU (software upgrade), Phil has spent years on writing KSH and TCL scripts. More ever, this KSH coding standard has been a … Continue reading
I have been responsible for Coverity tool integration/test/support in ALU LCP (Linux Control Platform) dept for nearly 2 years. In this post, I would share a ksh tool/framework wrote on 2009 for Coverity modeling build automation. However, I would not … Continue reading
Ways for shell to create ‘multi-thread’ scripts (用shell写多线程脚本) An enhancement for ‘tod‘(利用trap改进多线程shell脚本) Yes, the way to write ‘multi-thread’ for shell is using ‘&’ to submit background job. We will use ‘tod’ for example: In ‘tod’, there are in total 3 … Continue reading
Name: tod (无盘机器上的tcpdump) Language: KSH Destination: tcpdump on diskless Orignal Intention: Run tcpdump on diskless machine where memory space is highly restricted Version: 0.0 Supported Protocol: UDP/TCP/SCTP Supported OS: Linux/FreeBSD/Solaris Note: ‘root’ permission is preferred to avoid OS kernel error … Continue reading
Name: sodt (套接字缓存溢出探测器) Language: KSH Destination: Detect socket buffer overflow for certain process real-timely Orignal Intention: Confirm messages lost caused by socket buffer overflow Version: 0.1 Supported Protocol: UDP/TCP/SCTP Supported OS: Linux/FreeBSD Note: ‘root’ permission is preferred to avoid OS … Continue reading