SET linesize 300 SET PAGESIZE 200 select * from (select sql_text, sql_id, elapsed_time, cpu_time, user_io_wait_time from sys.v_$sqlarea order by 5 desc) where rownum < 6; quit;
If you ever wondered what combination of some colors would look like but did not really feel like setting them in your xterm just to check them out. Or if you wanted to know about all the colors on you X window system then you can install this utility called xcolorsel.
You will need to setup the rpm-shere repo for this.
Using this tool is very intuitive, just select the color and then press set as foreground/background to check how the color combination would look.
- Wayland is Heading Towards its First Stable Release (techie-buzz.com)
- Copy pasta: Xterm Color on Solaris (hattb.wordpress.com)
- Solar Innovations, Inc. Introduces a Customizable Mulled Window and Door System (prweb.com)
You would have used top at some point of time. Did you not wish that instead of just the processes it list all the vital statistics of the system as a whole. How good it would be to see the Memory, Net, Processes and Disk usage on the same screen. Well then you should take a look at glances. Here is how it looks:
For using this tool, here is what you need to do :
sudo yum install glances
and here is the description of the tool:
Glances uses the libstatgrab library to get information from your system.
Glances is developed in Python and uses the python-statgrab lib.
Hope you like it.
- how can we run python script(which uses nltk and scrapy) from java (stackoverflow.com)
- iXsystems Announces Release of PC-BSD 9.0 Isotope Edition (prweb.com)
- Automating Search Query Downloads from Webmaster Central (distilled.net)