How To Fix aws Command Error “You must specify a region”

Author: , July 29th, 2021

I was getting error “You must specify a region” when running any aws CLI command. The fix: Using the aws command:

which will automatically add the following to the file ~/.aws/config:

You many simply edit the ~/.aws/config file yourself and append the same thing:

How To Control Output Formatting Via The MySQL Shell CLI

Author: , May 26th, 2021

https://dev.mysql.com/doc/mysql-shell/8.0/en/mysql-shell-output-formats.html Multiple Formats Available: Table Format – use –result-format=table, alias –table Tab Separated Format – use –result-format=tabbed, alias –tabbed Vertical Format – use –result-format=vertical, alias –vertical JSON Format Output – use –result-format=VALUE, alias –json[=pretty|raw|off] VALUE may be one of: json or json/pretty – These options both produce pretty-printed JSON. ndjson or json/raw – These options […]

How To Fix “IOError: [Errno 10] No child processes” When Running the aws CLI Command from Perl WWW-REST-Apid

Author: , December 3rd, 2020

Problem While running the aws cli command from a Perl async command inside apid, I go the following error:

Solution The issue turned out to be a bug in Python2.7, so I upgraded to Python3.4, then uninstalled and re-installed the aws cli software so that it used the proper Python34 version. Procedure

https://docs.aws.amazon.com/cli/latest/userguide/install-cliv2-linux.html […]

How To Extract Time Machine Logs Via Terminal

Author: , November 2nd, 2020

How To Show the Origin in Git

Author: , January 30th, 2020

Recently, I wanted to see the “origin” of the git repository I was working in. The command is: git remote -v For example:

How To Update a WordPress Plugin Manually Using rsync

Author: , January 24th, 2020

If you are unable to update a plugin via the WP admin console, then you can do the update manually. Download the zip file to your local hard drive and extract it. Then, from the command line, do the test run first:

*Make sure to use the trailing slashes with rsync for proper operation […]

Slick Command-Line Tricks for a Tungsten MySQL / MariaDB Database Cluster

Author: , July 16th, 2019

Tungsten Clustering provides high availability, disaster recovery, and a host of other benefits for MySQL / MariaDB / Percona Server databases. In this blog post we will explore some of the shell aliases I use every day to administer various Tungsten Clusters.

How To Obtain a Public Key from an AWS .pem Private Key on Linux and Mac

Author: , February 4th, 2019

Use the ssh-keygen command on a computer to which you’ve downloaded your private key .pem file; for example: First, ensure permissions will allow ssh-keygen to work: chmod 600 /path/to/the/file/your-key-pair.pem Then generate an RSA public key: ssh-keygen -y -f /path/to/the/file/your-key-pair.pem > your-key-pair.pub

How To Test Nagios Remote NRPE Commands

Author: , September 27th, 2018

There are many things to configure in Nagios, especially when using custom check commands. Recently I needed to configure all of the Continuent Clustering Nagios checks. Once setup on the database side, I wanted to confirm that everything was working. Basics: Run a Remote NRPE Check To test a remote NRPE client command from a […]

How To Move Around in Linux CLI Mail

Author: , May 7th, 2018

h Shows you a screenful of message headers (a “header” being the number, sender, date, size and subject). h with no message number shows the current screenful of messages (the number that make up a screenful is set with the screen variable, described below). h$ shows you the last screenful of messages — which is […]