My .bash_profile

Don’t know why I never added it here, so doing it now.

alias ll="ls -al"
alias src="cd ~/workspace/"
alias ap="cd ~/workspace/git/antonperez/"

alias readyapi=”/Applications/”

performGitOperations() {
git fetch –all
git checkout $1
git reset –hard origin/$1
git clean -fd

copom() {
echo “[———- START ———-]”
if [ “$2” = “all” ]; then
echo “–>> blwebdriver <<–” cd ~/workspace/git/qa/blwebdriver performGitOperations $1 echo “–>> blutilities <<–” cd ~/workspace/git/qa/blutilities performGitOperations $1 fi echo “–>> blpages <<–” cd ~/workspace/git/qa/blpages performGitOperations $1 echo “–>> blcucumber <<–”
cd ~/workspace/git/qa/blcucumber
performGitOperations $1
echo “[———- DONE ———-]”


git-all() {
git fetch –all
git checkout $1
git reset –hard origin/$1
git clean -fd

if [ -f $(brew –prefix)/etc/bash_completion ]; then
. $(brew –prefix)/etc/bash_completion

gitps1=$(git branch 2>/dev/null | grep ‘*’)
gitps1=”${gitps1:+ (${gitps1/#\* /})}”
echo “$gitps1”

PS1=’\u@\h:\w$(gitPS1)$ ‘

Bash script to check health checks of multiple servers

I had to check over 20 servers to verify they were updated with a new build. The servers had a health check page that had this information along with whether the server was up-and-running. I wrote this quick-and-dirty bash script to do just that. 

for i in jetson1 jetson4; do for j in {1..10}; do curl -igX GET "http://app$j.tpa.$i.coresys.tmcs:8080/health/heartbeat"; done; done | grep -E '1.4.37' | grep -E "Overall Status: Success" | wc -l<br>

Hope this helps someone. Cheers!

My custom bash prompt

I wanted more information in my bash prompt, such as date/time and the directory I was in.  Here’s what it looks like:


And this is what I added in my ~/.bash_profile:

PS1='${debian_chroot:+($debian_chroot)}\d \T &gt; \[$(tput sgr0)\]\[\033[01;32m\]\u@\h\[\033[00m\] : \[\033[01;34m\]\w\[\033[00m\]\n\$ '

Run source ~/.bash_profile and enjoy. 🙂

BTW, there’s also a website that you can use to create your own: