LPAR missing virtual interface

Login or Register to Reply

Thread Tools Search this Thread
# 8  
Thanks for the help Bakunin.

I know I was gng in way too many directions rather than being specific about my questions. Apologies again and thanks for the documentation. I'm sure I'll be back with more specific questions. :-)
Login or Register to Reply

Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:
Advanced Search

More UNIX and Linux Forum Topics You Might Find Helpful
Startx xclock on virtual lpar
Hello, Is there a way to run xclock or startx on LPAR, since LPAR doesn't have any console or it is connected to HMC usually the way is to export the display to some PC which has Xmanager running on it, but in my case, I want to run xmanager on the AIX Lpar and run on it the...... AIX
VIOS: Extend virtual disk assigned to running lpar?
Hello, VIOS using IVM. I'm trying to extend a virtual disk assigned to a running lpar so that I can expand the lpar's datavg and grow some filesystems for the user. Storage admin expanded the lun and new size was reflected in VIO right away. I then needed the storage pool to...... AIX
LPAR tab missing in nmon
Mohamed Thamim
Hi, When i'am taking nmon report I am missing the LPAR tab that shows CPU and Shared CPU utilization. My OS version is 6100-06-05-1115 Topas_nmon Kindly suggest and help me to sort out this issue.... AIX
Adding Virtual Adapter to LPAR
Hello, hopefully someone can help me out with this, I have created a virtual Ethernet adapter on the VIO but would like to add it to my new LPAR. On my VIO only my disk is mapped. $ lsmap -all SVSA Physloc Client Partition ID --------------- --------------------------------------------...... AIX
How to open multiple virtual terminals to a single LPAR
I just wondering if there are ways to open multiple virtual terminal to a single LPAR. After I have use putty to login to the VIOS. I will use mkvt -id <LPAR id> to open console but if my friend want to open 2 second one, it will say, VT already connected. IS there a way to work this around ? ...... AIX
UNIX and Linux

Unix (trademarked as the UNIX certification mark) is a very mature family of multitasking, multiuser computer operating systems that evolved from the original AT&T Unix. Unix development starting in the 1970s by legendary Bell Labs programmers Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, and others. Unix was first targeted for the Bell System and AT&T licensed Unix to outside parties. In the 1970s time period, this lead to a variety of for-profit as well as not-for-profit Unix variants.
In the early days, this included the University of California, Berkeley (BSD), Microsoft (Xenix), IBM (AIX), and Sun Microsystems (Solaris). In the early 1990s, AT&T sold their Unix rights to Novell. In 1995 Novell sold their Unix business to the Santa Cruz Operation (SCO). The UNIX trademark was passed to The Open Group, a "neutral" industry consortium. The Open Group promoted the use of the UNIX trademark for certified operating systems that comply with the Single UNIX Specification (SUS). In 2014 Apple's macOS became the Unix version with the largest global install base and macOS remains the largest Unix-user base today.
Linux is a family of open source Unix-like operating systems based on the Linux kernel. The Linux kernel is an operating system kernel first released by Linus Torvalds on 17 September 1991. Linux distributions include the Linux kernel, system software and libraries. Popular free open source Linux distributions include Debian, Fedora, and Ubuntu. Commercial Linux distributions include Red Hat Enterprise Linux and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. Linux may be freely modified and redistributed. Anyone on the planet may create a Linux distribution for any purpose.
Please enjoy and help our forum community by "showing your work" and posting your code, even when your code is not working as expected. To help others help you, please wrap your code blocks, sample input, sample output, error messages, and other data in CODE tags and wrap your short commands and short data objects in ICODE tags. We were all beginners in the beginning. If you have any questions about how to register or how to post, please contact us in Live Chat. Thank you and enjoy this "forever free" technical support community for UNIX, Linux and computer information technology in general.