As Linux administrators, we generally host a range of multi-purpose scripts that are designed for the purposes of duct-taping the infrastructure together. Nobody else in the organization knows how/when/where 95% of these scripts are run and on what interval — it’s a great tactic for job security. Inevitably, we’re going to get a request at some point (and most of us already have, that’s for sure) to have a script watch one folder on a server for a file to appear, and then move it somewhere else (usually with some data or filename massaging in the process). So, all of us have our own variation of this “move-file” script… Continue reading »

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