Little note/article for everyone who should/need work with mysql using command line interface to perform usuall task. With this "reminder" you will be able to admin/backup/restore anything like a real chief.
If you want to kill, in one line all the process launched by one user you can use
pkill -u <user>
more usage info below
Usage: pkill [options] <pattern> Options: -<sig>, --signal <sig> signal to send (either number or name) -e, --echo display what is killed -f, --full use full process name to match -g, --pgroup <id,...> match listed process group IDs -G, --group <gid,...> match real group IDs -n, --newest select most recently started -o, --oldest select least recently started -P, --parent <ppid,...> match only childs of given parent -s, --session <sid,...> match session IDs -t, --terminal <tty,...> match by controlling terminal -u, --euid <id,...> match by effective IDs -U, --uid <id,...> match by real IDs -x, --exact match exectly with command name -F, --pidfile <file> read PIDs from file -L, --logpidfile fail if PID file is not locked -h, --help display this help and exit -V, --version output version information and exit
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Many talks about this little file... robots.txt. Is it realy usefull ? what do you have to put inside ?
In fact robots.txt is an robot/spider exclusion protocol. Every spider/reboot should read it and apply the rules it contains. The robots.txt file directive can be used to not allow a spider/rebot to index a specific directory, file, or more generally every single ressource you have on your hosting space/account..