Common command line

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Common command line

Mac - Linux 


Find and kill a process
 
kill $(ps aux | grep '[p]ython csp_build.py' | awk '{print $2}')

Details on its workings are as follows:

  • The ps gives you the list of all the processes.
  • The grep filters that based on your search string, [p] is a trick to stop you picking up the actual grep process itself.
  • The awk just gives you the second field of each line, which is the PID.
  • The $(x) construct means to execute x then take its output and put it on the command line. The output of that ps pipeline inside that construct above is the list of process IDs so you end up with a command like kill 1234 1122 7654.

Source: Stackoverflow

 

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Find and kill fail package of Maven 

find ~/.m2 -name "*.lastUpdated" -exec grep -q "Could not transfer" {} \; -print -exec rm {} \;

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List all running process

ps -ef

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Kill process on port 

lsof -i :8080
kill -9 <PID>

OR

lsof -ti :8080 | xargs kill

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Run jar file 
 

java -jar <file.jar>


 

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Extract war file 

jar -xvf <file.war>

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Clean and update Eclipse configuration for project 

mvn eclipse:clean
mvn eclipse:eclipse

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