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My ecommerce site runs using a cluster of Apache web server. The cluster is behind nginx load balancer. I want to merge backend Apache web server log files for statistics purpose. How do I mere web server log files under Linux / UNIX like operating systems using cron jobs?
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FreeBSD Upgrade Perl 5.8.x to 5.10.x

How do I upgrade Perl version under FreeBSD operating system?
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How do I Be More Productive In Vim?

This is a user contributed FAQ.

Q. I'm just starting in vim text editor but I'm annoying typing and retyping similar statements. Can you address me about it?
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Installing Apache, PHP and mod_ssl on MS Windows

Q. How do I install latest version of Apache, PHP and mod_ssl for testing purpose in Windows Vista or Windows XP computer locally?
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Linux Blog Software

Q. I've Debian Linux VPS server for my small business web site. Can you tell me more about a free blog software (weblog software) that can run under LAMP?
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How do I replace a string with another string in all files? For example, ~/foo directory has 100s of text file and I'd like to find out xyz string and replace with abc. I'd like to use sed or any other tool to replace all occurrence of the word.
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Q. How do I find out my IP address assigned to eth0 or ra0 interface using perl?

A. If you need to know the IP address of the UNIX / Linux machine you are running on, use the following perl one liner. Perl don't have any inbuilt facility but combination of ifconfig command ans shell pipes you can craft something as follows to display your system IP address:

Find my IP address using Perl One liner and shell pipes

Type the following command at a shell prompt:

ifconfig -a | perl -ne 'if ( m/^\s*inet (?:addr:)?([\d.]+).*?cast/ ) { print qq($1\n); exit 0; }'