If you need to work on cluster, is nice to have syncronized terminals to send the same commands in parallel.
Is it also doungerous, so do some test before sending a bunch of vi commands!
On Unix, a cheap and fast solution is Kde “konsole” which has such option.
Look under “View/Send input to all Sessions” menu and try it out. I was happpy with version 1.6.6 of konsole.
I am not a fan of “xterm variants”, but konsole looks great.
In onore della laurea di una mia cara amica, ripubblico e segnalo una serie di "storie universitarie", che sono sicuro strapperanno più di un sorriso. Buona lettura!
Sometimes I need to build a small script to delete a huge set of tables of a schema.
In Oracle is easy to do it, using the meta tables "all_tables", "all_views", and "all_sequences":
select 'drop table ' || table_name || ' cascade constraints;'
from all_tables where owner='protoss' and table_name not like 'BIN%';
select 'drop view ' || view_name || ' ;'
from all_views where owner='zerg' ;
select 'drop sequence ' || sequence_name || ' ;'
from all_sequences where sequence_owner='spacemarine' ;
The "BIN%" table are special temp tables of oracle.
On PostgreSQL, try use PG_TABLES meta-table