The time command is used to determine how long a given command takes to run. It is useful for testing the performance of your scripts and commands.
For example, if you have two different scripts doing the same job and you want to know which one performs better you can use the Linux time command to determine the duration of execution of each script.
Dig Command Line Options and Examples
Here is the frequently used command line options and example’s of dig command.
1. Basic Dig Command
A basic dig command accept domain name as command line parameter and prints Address record.
2. Query With Specific DNS Server
The default dig command queries to dns server configured on your system. For example, the Linux systems keep default DNS entry in /etc/resolv.conf.
3. Print Short Answer
Use +short command line option to print result in short form. This is basically useful with the shell scripting and other automation tasks.
4. Print Detailed but Specific Result
Use +noall with +answer to print detailed information but specific. This will print only answer section including few more details as a result.
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mv Command Examples
Below is the basic mv command examples on Linux terminal.
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date Command Examples
Show date time in UTC/GMT
View past dates on specific days
View future dates
View date in other timezone
Print date in specific format
View file modification time
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In this remove or delete directories and files linux tutorial guide, you will learn how to remove empty directory and non empty directory linux using command line. And as well as how to remove/file files linux using command line.
So, this tutorial guide will show you you how to use the
rmdir commands to remove or delete files and directories in Linux with and without confirmation.
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