The answer to question 7 in the intermediate section is wrong.
Corrected version below:
7. How do you find how many cpu(s) are in your system and their details?
By looking into file /proc/cpuinfo for example you can use below command:
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The two example above shows the trigger, and more pressure for price to go in the divergent direction and in the lower timeframes - you should plan entry as discussed below.
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Bonus points if the answer to 7. Create a read-only file in your home directory? included & & --like this:
touch file & & chmod 955 file
That way the chmod command would only be executed if touch was successful..
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.. Question #9 under Beginners is incorrect.
df -h would show the entire system s disk usage/free space - du -sh would show the current directory. (and all subdirectories)
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#8 is terrible. Numerous problems with the answer: 6) -s is summary so you only get one line of output, likely mean du -h 7) grep G will show any filename with G in it. 8) you ll miss any directory with a size of TB (not unusual these days).
I suggest du -s * | sort -n, granted this command will break in directories with a large number of entries.
In Advanced UNIX Interview Question,
Answer 8: What is nohup?
nohup is a command, which is used to start any service or run any long running command, so that process doesn t die, when user logout from machine. We used to start our Java Services using nohup command so that it keeps running, even after you log out from shell.