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lsmod (linux command)

Manual page and help for the lsmod linux command. Lsmod provides information about all loaded modules.

Btrfs-check

Btrfs-check manual page and help. The file system checker is used to check the structural integrity of the file system and to attempt to repair it upon request. It is recommended to disconnect the file system before running the scan, but it is also possible to scan the mounted file system (see --force).

Btrfs-balance

Linux btrfs-balance manual page and help. The primary purpose of the balance function is to distribute block groups across all devices to meet the constraints set by the applicable profiles. For more details, see mkfs.btrfs (8) PROFILES. The scope of the balancing process can be further filtered using filters that can select the block groups to be processed. Balance only works on a mounted file system.

btrfs (linux command)

Manual page and help for the btrfs linux command. The btrfs utility is a set of tools for managing btrfs file systems.

traceroute (linux command)

The manual page and help for the traceroute linux command. Traceroute tracks route packets received from the IP network on the way to that host. It takes advantage of the IP protocol TTL time field and attempts to trigger the ICMP TIME_EXCEEDED response along the path from each gateway to the host.

ln (linux command)

Manual page and help for the ln linux command. If the last argument is an existing directory, ln creates a binding to all other specified files in that directory (with the same name). If only one file is specified, it creates a bind to the current directory. Otherwise, if two files are specified, it creates a binding to the first with the name specified by the second. It is an error if the last argument is not a directory and more than two files are given.

head (linux command)

The manual page and help for the head linux command. This manual page covers the GNU version of head. The head prints the first part of the specified files (by default the first 10 lines). If no filename is specified or filename '-', its input will be taken from standard input. If more than one file is specified, the file names are `==> 'and`Prints <== 'before the first part of each file.

tail (linux command)

The manual page and help for the tail linux command. This manual page describes the GNU version of the tail command. The tail command prints the last lines of the specified file (s) (default is 10 lines); reads the standard input if no file is specified, or if the file name is followed by '-'. If more than one file is specified, prints a header containing the file name `==> 'and`<== 'enclosed in characters before the output of other files.

logtail (linux command)

Manual page and help for the logtail linux command. The logtail program reads the file specified in the parameter (which is usually a log file) and passes to the standard output the part of it that you have not read during the previous run. It reads a sufficient number of bytes of data, assuming that changes to the file are only added as new characters.

pstree (linux command)

The manual page and help for the pstree linux command. The pstree command displays a tree about the processes that are running. The root of the tree is either one of the pid or init (if no pid) processes. If you enter a user name, we only see processes derived from the processes of that user.