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May 26, 2013

Find files greater than MB GB size in linux ssh

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Find files greater than MB GB size in linux ssh. ( Such a helpful ssh command to find big, larger or largest file on server)

The following ssh command will list all the files in the system greater than 200MB.
# find / -type f -size +200M

The following ssh command will list all the files greater than 2GB.
# find / -type f -size +2G

The following ssh command will list all the files greater than 10MB from home folder only.
# find /home -type f -size +10M

Related: Linux SSH, Virtual Server

April 2, 2012

Reboot Server from SSH

Reboot Server from SSH

How to reboot Linux server from ssh? Is it same for local and remote Linux system?

Linux has various ways to reboot a system. It is also known as halt, poweroff, shutdown, init etc.

Coming to the point, rebooting your Linux server from ssh console: The most important thing, you should be logged in as root to reboot the system. Once you are in as root, type any of the following command as per your requirement.

INSTANT REBOOT LINUX SERVER:

# reboot
OR
# /sbin/reboot
OR
# shutdown -r now
OR
# /sbin/shutdown -r now

Want to send a notification to logged in users about this reboot? Then type the following command:
# shutdown -r +2 (This will send the message to all the users that the system is going to reboot in next 2 minutes.)

Related: Linux Server, Linux VPS, Dedicated Server, Private Server

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