Azure Cloud silently released some new features to help everyday Azure Cloud Administrators with no boot and no ssh scenarios.
The efforts into this direction started about 2 years ago with the public release of the "Serial Console" feature, which finally allowed customers reaching out their VMs from the Azure Portal, without the need of a SSH connection.
Microsoft Azure Storage Explorer is a widely used tool by all Azure cloud administrators. However, with the increasing number of Linux VMs in the Azure Cloud, having a working version of Azure Storage Explorer on a Linux machine became a necessity, and Microsoft did took the 1st steps into providing one.
Today I decided to play around with the Google two factor authentication method on one of my Linux VMs hosted in Azure.
What this means?
Well, my idea was to have a VM that I ususaly login with my SSH key automatically, to prompt me for a code that changes every 30 seconds.
Google Authenticator offers just that.
If you have multiple PID files for the same process ( e.g. 1_process_name.pid, 2_process_name.pid, ecc. ) you may have a situation like the one described above.
So, how do you delete the PID files for the processes that are no longer running, without interfering with the running processes?
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