Scan open ports on remote server

Scan open ports on remote server

If I forget which ports I have opened on the server, the fastest way to scan them is:

nmap -sV -p- -T5 <HOST_IP>

The result will look something like this:

587/tcp   open     smtp           Postfix smtpd
993/tcp   open     ssl/imap       Dovecot imapd
995/tcp   open     ssl/pop3       Dovecot pop3d
8081/tcp  open     http           nginx
8443/tcp  open     ssl/https-alt?
9009/tcp  open     http           nginx
11211/tcp filtered memcache
15432/tcp open     postgresql     PostgreSQL DB 9.4.1 - 9.4.4
22934/tcp open     ssh            OpenSSH 7.2p2 Ubuntu 4ubuntu2.1 (Ubuntu Linux; protocol 2.0)
22999/tcp open     http           nginx

Remote copy with rsync

Copy everything from remote directory:

SSH_CMD="ssh -p 22"
rsync -chavzP -e "$SSH_CMD" /local/path

jedina razlika je -e “ssh -i /home/dev/.ssh/some-rsync-key”

sredi priču: Rsync over SSH with key authentication - AndyK Docs

Complete APT system update and cleanup

sudo bash -c “apt -y update && apt -y upgrade && apt -y autoremove –purge && apt -y clean”

Identify large debug.log WordPress files

How to identify and delete large debug.log WordPress files in one command?

# find all `debug.log` files, and sort them by size in reverse, and list sizes:
sudo find /var/www -type f -name "debug.log" 2>/dev/null -exec du -sh {} \; | sort -rh

# then truncate file with
# truncate -s 0 filename

# or truncate all debug.log files
sudo find /var/www -type f -name "debug.log" -exec truncate -s 0 {} \;

Install same PHP extensions from one version to another

How to list all extensions for a specific PHP version and install the same extensions for another PHP version?

# list of all installed packages beginning with "php8.2"
dpkg --get-selections | grep -o 'php8\.2[^ ]*' | sort -u

# to install each corresponding PHP 8.1 package for each PHP 8.2 package already installed in your system
for pkg in $(dpkg --get-selections | grep -o 'php8\.2[^ ]*' | sort -u); do sudo apt install -y "${pkg/php8.2/php8.1}"; done
date 28. Aug 2019 | modified 29. Dec 2023
filename: Linux » Tips » Miscellaneous