Top 10 commands
|1||cron||daemon to execute scheduled commands||136,000|
|2||traceroute||print the route packets trace to network host||105,000|
|3||tar||an archiving utility||84,000|
|4||crontab||tables for driving cron (ISC Cron V4.1)||75,000|
|5||netstat||Print network connections, routing tables, interface statistics, masquerade connections, and multicast memberships||69,000|
|6||cp||copy files and directories||68,000|
|7||ls||list directory contents||64,000|
|8||iptables||administration tool for IPv4 packet filtering and NAT||46,000|
|9||curl||transfer a URL||34,000|
|10||chmod||change file mode bits||32,000|
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