Allow me to add one ...
- "But my code contains ( my | a privilliged | root's ) password!"
Hmm! The only way to address this issue is to go ahead and post the code w/ the real password and the IP address of the server. HHOS! Storring any kind of uber sensitive data, like root's password, in a script is not only generally bad form, but a *H*U*G*E* security issue as well.
If one feels a necessity to do this, don't. There's usually a better way, like running it as a cron job or daemon or interactively. Ask the monks; read the holy texts. Some monk likely addressed such an issue in the past and devised an elegant yet functional solution ( like encasing the server in concrete and sinking it in the Atlantic ). Worst case, it will provide the Monastary an interesting query.
UPDATE: oh, yeah ... it is likely legally sticky to store privilliged info in your code ... due dilligence and all that ...
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