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I have managed on numerous machine to set up sftp not too require a password - i finally have one that does not work and Im at a loss - looked around checked permissions etc
The 2 machines Ill call then source and target I need to sftp from source to target (previously the target has... (3 Replies)
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
Please excuse if I am in the wrong section.
I have a question that someone may know the answer to. We know that a current bash shell keeps a record of all commands in a buffer. When the shell is terminated this buffer is written out to ~/.bash_history for the user.
I know... (2 Replies)
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3. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I was reading a book on UNIX internals "The design of the UNIX Operating system." There are two memory structures that are confusing me:
1) Buffer cache
2) Inode cache
My questions are
1) Does a process get both buffer cache and Indoe cache allocated when it opens/creates a file?
2) if no,... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: sreeharshasn
could any one point out any open source test-suites for "File cache" testing and as well as performance test suites for the same. Currently my system is up with Linux/ext4.
Manish (0 Replies)
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5. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
I am trying to understand the role of buffer cache in block I/O.
I am monitoring /proc/meminfo, my question is does the value of 0 for 'buffers', mean that any subsequent disk read issued by a process, would get the data physically from the disk, and not an allocated buffer for the block?
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Discussion started by: jake24
6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Is it possible to reduce the amount of buffer cache in the memory allocation of a Unix Server? If so where can I do that?
Also, does buffer cache count as tied up memory, or will it decrease as more memory is requested by other programs. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: dehuang83
7. Red Hat
can any one help change the buffer cache size in redhat and suse?? this error i got when i installed oracle 10g and it went well and when i try to mount the database using startup cmd it says too many buffer cache parameters (error code : ora-1034)
thnq in advance (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: gsr_kashyap
Does anyone know how the unix buffer / cache is set in a Solaris based system ?
( I presume it is a kernel based setting )
I notice from SAR -d that my read cache is consistently at 100% but my write cache frequently falls below 65%. What does this mean. Should I be tuning the write cache and... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jimthompson
What is the "Buffer Cache" used for? (1 Reply)
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10. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
i have a serious doubht about the assignment of memory
in hp-ux system .
i read from somewhere that the page allocation in
hp-ux is not unified unlike compaq .
i wanted to know in hp-ux kernel ,once the pages are
assigned for the univarsal buffer cache... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: vish_shan