Monitor UNIX / Linux Server Disk Space with Shell Script

in Categories Monitoring last updated April 10, 2008

Shell script to monitor or watch the disk space and send an email alert if the (free avilable) percentage of space is >= 90%

Shell Script Which Gets Executed With Greetings – The Moment User Logs In

in Categories Time and Date last updated April 5, 2008

Write shell script which gets executed the moment user logs in, it should greet user

Script first finds out current hour using date command

Depend upon time of the day, it will say Good morning or Good afternoon to user.

Open your bash / shell startup file i.e. profile file – ~/.bash_profile and put path to this script in file as follow:
/home/you/path/to/script

Sample shell script to greet user

Shell Script to display current date, calendar, and the number of user logged

in Categories Academic last updated April 3, 2008

This script use the concept of command substitution. It allows allows the output of a command to replace the command name. There are two forms:

$(command)

or

command

Bash shell performs the expansion by executing command and replacing the command substitution with the standard output of the command, with any trailing newlines deleted. Embedded newlines are not deleted, but they may be removed during word splitting.

For example you can execute date command to display todays date and then set a variable called NOW:
NOW=$(date)
or
NOW=date
To display back variable value simply run echo command:
echo $NOW

Sample Shell Script

Script to Store given command and execute them

in Categories Academic last updated April 3, 2008

Write script to store the following command and execute them:
a) date
b) echo “Message”
c) cal