Each file in Linux has three time stamps, which record the last time that certain actions were performed on the file:
[a] access (read the file’s contents) – atime (days) OR amin (minutes)
[b] change the status (modify the file or its attributes) OR ctime (days) / cmin (minutes)
[c] modify (change the file’s contents) – mtime (days) OR mmin (minutes)
- -amin +720 means you are looking for a file accessed 12 hours (720 minutes) ago.
- -amin -720 means less than 12 hours (720 minutes).
- -amin 720 If you skip + or – it means exactly 12 hours (720 minutes).
# find /home/* -iname "*.mp4" -amin -720
To delete all the admin messages (tickets) from direct admin control panel:
- Goto this folder /usr/local/directadmin/data/tickets
# cd /usr/local/directadmin/data/tickets
- Delete all the folder content, which is the messages
# rm -Rf *
- Clear up the messages database file
# echo "" > /usr/local/directadmin/data/admin/tickets.list
All messages should be cleared now, mostly those messages are from the brute-force attack logs, if you don’t mind about such messages you can disabled this feature in DirectAdmin control panel.
To achieve that, from the DirectAdmin Panel -> Extra Features, click on Administrator Settings and choose No for the Security Option Parse service logs for brute force attacks
To create a 32bit ODBC DSN on Windows Server 2008 R2, do the following steps:
- Click Start -> Run
- Type in the run box
- Create the DSN