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Let me introduce about the context and my environment.
We have an AIX 6.1 system, it has 4 FC channels
/ > lsdev -Cc adapter | grep fcs
fcs0 Available 23-T1 Virtual Fibre Channel Client Adapter
fcs1 Available 23-T1 Virtual Fibre Channel Client Adapter
fcs2 Available 23-T1... (14 Replies)
Discussion started by: Phat
I've been trying to tackle this issue for days and I'm stumped. Hopefully someone can give more light on what else I can do.
I have a p7 series box, with dual VIOS and 10 lpars and everything was working fine until I had to move the box to another location in the data centre. Ensured... (16 Replies)
Discussion started by: aixkidbee
We will be buying new Xeon E5-based servers for our datacenter and were wondering which Fibre Channel host bus adapters we should select for these. The choices are Emulex or QLogic (8Gb FC HBAs). Anybody have any recommendations on which is the better choice?
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4. IP Networking
I have a pretty useless satellite link at home (far from any civilization), so I wanted to set up caching in order to speed things up. My Squid 2.6 runs "3128 transparent" and is set up quite well on a separate machine.
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Discussion started by: theWojtek
I am hoping anyone of you could help me in this weird problem we have in 1 of our Solaris 10 servers. Lately, we have been having some ftp problems in this server. Though it can ping any server within the network, it seems that it can only ftp to a select few. For most servers, the... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: labdakos
I recently got a connection to the SAN through a fibre channel on my solaris box:
#luxadm -e port
#ls -l /dev/cfg
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 48 Feb 23 12:31 c4 -> ../../devices/pci@1d,700000/SUNW,qlc@1/fp@0,0:fc
I then... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: dede
I have two systems that are being prepared to be SAN attached ..
can anyone tell me any specific checks I should perform prior to the cards being installed...
I am aware of firmware / OS level and relevant drivers, is there anything else?
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I have variables like mentioned below and want to separate as mentioned in output.
var1="4 x fibre cards"
var2="2 fibre cards"
var3="6 - fibre cards"
var4="4 x dual-port"
I have variables like this.I want to separate numbers from this and fibre cards from this.
output has to be... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: ajilesh
I have this HSC fibre card (A4924-60001) in a kbox running 11.o. What I would like to know is this: should i be getting a link LED on the card when a physical connection exists? or should I only get a link once everything is patched up and drivers loaded. Also, can I connect... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: zippy138
10. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Anyone know of a guide or instructions for Solaris
I got to configure a SBUS HBA to talk to a tape robot.
I have done this on a switch but not point to point.
just going HBA >>>>> TAPE Fibre simple two nodes
Kie (6 Replies)
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cachemgr.cgi(8) System Manager's Manual cachemgr.cgi(8)
cachemgr.cgi - Squid HTTP proxy manager CGI web interface
The cache manager ( cachemgr.cgi ) is a CGI utility for displaying statistics about the Squid HTTP proxy process as it runs. The cache man-
ager is a convenient way to manage the cache and view statistics without logging into the server.
Configuration examples for many common web servers can be found in the Squid FAQ wiki. http://wiki.squid-cache.org/SquidFaq
The access configuration file defining which Squid servers may be managed via this cachemgr.cgi program. Each line specifies a
server:port followed by an optional description
The server name may contain shell wildcard characters such as *,  etc. A quick selection dropdown menu is automatically con-
structed from the simple server names.
Specifying :port is optional. If not specified then the default proxy port is assumed. :* or :any matches any port on the target
cachemgr.cgi calls the requested server on the requested port using HTTP and returns a formatted version of the response. To avoid abuse it
is recommended to configure your web server to restrict access to the cachemgr.cgi program.
Derived from Harvest. Further developed by numerous individuals from the internet community. Development is led by Duane Wessels of the
National Laboratory for Applied Network Research and funded by the National Science Foundation.
Distributed under the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL) version 2 or later (GPLv2+).
Questions on the usage of this program can be sent to the Squid Users mailing list <firstname.lastname@example.org>
See http://wiki.squid-cache.org/SquidFaq/BugReporting for details of what you need to include with your bug report.
Report bugs or bug fixes using http://bugs.squid-cache.org/
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