It's nice to have quick access to your command history on the command line, but sometimes it's valuable to know exactly when you typed a command.
If you're logged into a machine, you may want to know exactly which version of linux you are using.
Learning vim can be quite intimidating, but it's well worth it. Once you master vim, you'll be editing text more efficiently than ever.
This guide assumes that apache (httpd) is installed and running.
This guide will simply cover how to find a data set by its timestamp including ranges. It will apply to mysql field that are of the "timestamp" type.
If you've just installed mysql, you will probably want to create a password for the root user.
Once you've created a mysql database you'll want to add users and give them rights over specific databases.
If you have a log file that gets written to frequently, you will want to add it to logrotate so it doesn't consume all of your disk space.