Most Used Commands

S. Dale Morrey sdalemorrey at gmail.com
Wed Jun 26 06:27:59 MDT 2013


Just curious but my bash history shows no commands where I've prefixed the
command with a space.
Is that a security hole, a design decision or is my version of bash screwed
up?
Seems like that would be sort of vital problem to overcome if you were
tracking a breakin.


On Wed, Jun 26, 2013 at 5:41 AM, Joseph Hall <perlhoser at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 10:18 PM, Ryan Simpkins <plug at ryansimpkins.com>
> wrote:
> > Look at that. Joseph has percentages. You Perl guys are always showing
> off. ;-)
>
>
> http://superuser.com/questions/250227/how-do-i-see-what-my-most-used-linux-command-are
>
> Google makes it easy to show off, but that wasn't actually my
> intent... I'm just too lazy to strip the percentages.
>
> > Incidentally, on the new box salt is in the top three (so far). I've
> increased
> > the bash history to 30,000 entries. I look forward to seeing what I
> collect
> > over the next few years.
>
> Speaking of which, my salt-master does have some different commands on it:
>
> Unprivileged
>      1  279  55.8%  git
>      2  99   19.8%  sudo
>      3  43   8.6%   cd
>      4  18   3.6%   ll
>      5  16   3.2%   vim
>      6  14   2.8%   top
>      7  11   2.2%   grep
>      8  3    0.6%   screen
>      9  3    0.6%   cp
>     10  2    0.4%   rm
>
> Root
>      1  180  36%    salt-cloud
>      2  53   10.6%  ll
>      3  51   10.2%  salt
>      4  38   7.6%   screen
>      5  36   7.2%   vim
>      6  26   5.2%   cd
>      7  16   3.2%   curl
>      8  15   3%     salt-call
>      9  6    1.2%   salt-run
>     10  6    1.2%   cat
>
>
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