Wednesday, May 4, 2022

Counting Movies

How many movies do I have?
What years are they from?
Resolution?
Type of encoding?
HEHEHE.

#!/bin/bash
ls -lR /nas/a/movies/ | sort +8 | awk ‘{print $9}’ | grep -v “/” | grep -v .srt > /tmp/movies.list
for YEAR in {1910..2021}
do
COUNT=`grep $YEAR /tmp/movies.list | wc -l`
echo $YEAR “=” $COUNT
done
TEN=`grep 1080 /tmp/movies.list | wc -l`
SEV=`grep 720 /tmp/movies.list | wc -l`
TOT=`cat /tmp/movies.list | wc -l`
AVI=`cat /tmp/movies.list | grep “.avi” | wc -l`
MKV=`cat /tmp/movies.list | grep “.mkv” | wc -l`
MP4=`cat /tmp/movies.list | grep “.mp4” | wc -l`
MPG=`cat /tmp/movies.list | grep “.mpg” | wc -l`
M4V=`cat /tmp/movies.list | grep “.m4v” | wc -l`
echo “___________________________________”
echo “AVI = $AVI”
echo “MKV = $MKV”
echo “MP4 = $MP4”
echo “MPG = $MPG”
echo “M4V = $M4V”
echo “___________________________________”
echo “1080p = $TEN”
echo ” 720p = $SEV”
echo “TOTAL = $TOT”
echo “___________________________________”

/usr/bin/du -ch /nas/a/movies; echo ==========;/usr/bin/du | sort -n | tail -3

Results

root@nas4:~/bin# ./movie.year.sh
1910 = 0
1911 = 2
1912 = 0
1913 = 0
1914 = 1
1915 = 5
1916 = 6
1917 = 3
1918 = 2
1919 = 4
1920 = 7
1921 = 3
1922 = 6
1923 = 4
1924 = 6
1925 = 5
1926 = 6
1927 = 7
1928 = 7
1929 = 10
1930 = 15
1931 = 25
1932 = 28
1933 = 36
1934 = 31
1935 = 46
1936 = 40
1937 = 45
1938 = 32
1939 = 35
1940 = 48
1941 = 48
1942 = 55
1943 = 37
1944 = 34
1945 = 34
1946 = 38
1947 = 38
1948 = 51
1949 = 46
1950 = 63
1951 = 48
1952 = 57
1953 = 60
1954 = 65
1955 = 64
1956 = 63
1957 = 72
1958 = 65
1959 = 55
1960 = 56
1961 = 61
1962 = 65
1963 = 63
1964 = 69
1965 = 85
1966 = 89
1967 = 97
1968 = 98
1969 = 122
1970 = 112
1971 = 131
1972 = 173
1973 = 163
1974 = 167
1975 = 142
1976 = 142
1977 = 166
1978 = 169
1979 = 182
1980 = 170
1981 = 154
1982 = 163
1983 = 159
1984 = 191
1985 = 200
1986 = 202
1987 = 223
1988 = 208
1989 = 224
1990 = 207
1991 = 225
1992 = 215
1993 = 209
1994 = 218
1995 = 219
1996 = 253
1997 = 235
1998 = 254
1999 = 275
2000 = 298
2001 = 311
2002 = 280
2003 = 302
2004 = 342
2005 = 372
2006 = 439
2007 = 445
2008 = 467
2009 = 539
2010 = 487
2011 = 580
2012 = 644
2013 = 670
2014 = 778
2015 = 878
2016 = 947
2017 = 1086
2018 = 1297
2019 = 1746
2020 = 2750
2021 = 2527
___________________________________
AVI = 1811
MKV = 8179
MP4 = 16458
MPG = 2
M4V = 215
___________________________________
1080p = 5653
720p = 4746
TOTAL = 27885

Sunday, February 6, 2022

Make sure a process is running?

I have a openvpn tunnel up normally for certain things and want to kill some processes
if the tunnel goes down…

Check every minute

* * * * * /root/bin/tun.up.sh >> /var/log/tunnel.up.log

Which checks for the tunnel tun0 and kill some processes if it’s not.

IFCONFIG=/sbin/ifconfig
GREP=/usr/bin/grep
ECHO=/usr/bin/echo
AWK=/usr/bin/awk
PS=/usr/bin/ps
PKILL=/usr/bin/pkill
DATE=`/usr/bin/date +"%m.%d.%y.%H.%M"`
PGREP=/usr/bin/pgrep

TEST=`$IFCONFIG | $GREP tun | $AWK '{print $1}'`
TOKILL=`$PS | $GREP ktorrent`

if [ $TEST == "tun0:" ]; then
 $ECHO $TEST " UP " $DATE
 exit
fi

PROC=`$PGREP ktorrent`
#$ECHO "Killing " $PROC
$ECHO $TEST " DOWN " $DATE
$PKILL -f ktorrent

Going to write a bit more code in the near future to bring the tunnel back up when it goes down
but that’s something for a different day.

Killing a process every day at certain time?

Gotta Schedule it with crontab -e (I use joe a wordstar equivalent)

alias cron='crontab -e'

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root@ms2:/home/timc/bin# select-editor

Select an editor.  To change later, run 'select-editor'.
  1. /usr/bin/joe
  2. /usr/bin/jstar
  3. /usr/bin/jpico
  4. /usr/bin/jmacs
  5. /bin/nano        <---- easiest
  6. /usr/bin/vim.basic
  7. /usr/bin/rjoe
  8. /usr/bin/vim.tiny
  9. /bin/ed

=====================================================

4 0 * * * /home/timc/bin/kill.exp.sh &> /var/log/kill.log

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#!/bin/bash
#ps -elf | grep chia | grep exp > t

TOUCH=/usr/bin/touch
ECHO=/usr/bin/echo
CHMOD=/usr/bin/chmod
RM=/usr/bin/rm
PS=/usr/bin/ps
CAT=/usr/bin/cat
GREP=/usr/bin/grep
AWK=/usr/bin/awk

DIR="/home/timc/bin"
TMPFILE="temp.kill.file"
KILLFILE="kill.up.exp.sh"

$RM $DIR/$TMPFILE
$RM $DIR/$KILLFILE
$TOUCH $DIR/$TMPFILE
$TOUCH $DIR/$KILLFILE

$PS -elf | $GREP chia | $GREP exp | $AWK '{print $4}' >> $TMPFILE

$ECHO "Start kill file to exec  (kill.up.exp.sh)"
$CAT $DIR/$TMPFILE | while read line
do
  $ECHO kill -9 $line >> $DIR/$KILLFILE
done
$CHMOD 755 $DIR/$KILLFILE
$DIR/$KILLFILE