27/09/2015

Efficient and quick search with find and grep - Bash

When you need to search inside files, as linux user you will think in "grep", but when you try to search in zillion of files (or just thousands), grep isn't the best option for that!

It's very slow especially when you use "-r" option (recursive), even if you are going to use "fgrep" or "grep -F" (--fixed-strings) which interprets patterns as a list of fixed strings), thus it's a little bit faster because it treats the strings literally and doesn't try to parse them with regex.
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05/09/2015

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Hello, my name is Ahmed AbouZaid, I'm a passionate Tech Lead DevOps Engineer. 👋

With 16+ years of open-source contributions, 12+ years of hands-on experience in DevOps, and an M.Sc. in Data Engineering from Edinburgh Napier University (UK), I enjoy facilitating the growth of both businesses and individuals.

I specialize in Cloud-Native and Kubernetes. I'm also a Free/Open source geek and book author. My favorite topics are DevOps transformation, automation, data, and metrics.

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