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OS: Linux 86x64 bits Red Hat Linux
I get the email alert for the following when Alert condition is set for 30:
/dev/sda1 99M 21M 74M 22% /boot
-> Below 30%(Should not get the email alert)
Expected output as per E-Mail alert:
/dev/sda3 20G ... (2 Replies)
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I have a very frustrating issue! I hope you guys can assist
When a disk is presented out the iSCSI target display a lower disk capacity
SOLARIS VERSION is SOLARIS 10 05/09 Kernel Patch 139555-31
ISCSI Patch 119090-31, 141878-11
Unix Commands To discover Target
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I have 3 disks to partition in following file system.
c1t1d0 = 72gb
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Have a solaris x86 running solaris 9.
Root disk - logical - mirrored.
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While my LINUX SERVER installed we didnt' used all the space for partitions. with what tool I can create a new partition or mount point to use the free space.
I tried the command fdisk and diskdruid. They are not working.
Thanks in advance
With Best regards,
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During the phase in SCO installation where I get to partition my hard disk, SCO only seems to see 8Gig out of the 60 that I have.
Does anyone out there know of a utility or what I need to do to make the the whole 60Gig available.
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