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Putting this here too (I’m in habit for putting scripts into blog).


Just drop this again..

at first I’m using awk, but turns out there is pr command.

Source: Stackoverflow.


Just dropping by here


So I some times need to run a monthly cron job. And I want to set a parameter for duration spanned from first day and last day in the current month.

This is how I do it.

if [ -z “$STARTTIME” ] || [-z “$ENDTIME”]; then
STARTTIME=`date -d “-$(($(date +%d)-1)) days” +%Y-%m-%dT00:00:00Z`;
ENDTIME=`date -d “+1 month -$(date +%d) days” +%Y-%m-%dT23:59:59Z`;
fi

echo $STARTTIME
echo $ENDTIME


Another snippets today.

s3cmd put \
    --add-header=Expires:"`date -R --date='10 years'`"; \
    --add-header=Cache-Control:'max-age=31536000, public' \
    -P \
    [file] [bucket]

Update

s3cmd put \
    --add-header=Expires:"`date -u +"%a, %d %b %Y %H:%M:%S GMT" --date='10 years'`"  
    --add-header=Cache-Control:'max-age=31536000, public'  \   
    -P \
    [file] [bucket]
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