Most Used Commands

Dave Smith dave at thesmithfam.org
Wed Jun 26 13:52:30 MDT 2013


I always use Ctrl+L, and never type "clear". I wonder if that creates a "clear" entry in .bash_history.

--Dave

On Jun 26, 2013, at 11:57 AM, Jason Klebs wrote:

>> 183 clear
> 
> Control-L for the win!
> 
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> On 06/26/2013 11:43 AM, Steve Meyers wrote:
>> Here's my history across all of my servers (as root):
>> 
>>   2321 ls
>>   1553 cd
>>   1366 vim
>>    733 yum
>>    458 ps
>>    383 more
>>    360 puppetd
>>    329 rpm
>>    306 rm
>>    270 tail
>>    230 poweroff;
>>    195 fgrep
>>    191 virsh
>>    183 clear
>>    167 ping
>>    167 exim
>>    159 ssh
>>    147 apt-get
>>    137 mysql
>>    132 mv
>> 
>> On my personal account, apparently my HISTSIZE was too small to be
>> statistically relevant.
>> 
>> Steve
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