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Forum: AIX 3 Days Ago
331
Posted By zxmaus
ok now I get what you are saying. How to fix this...
ok now I get what you are saying. How to fix this can be found here (https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/wikis/home?lang=en#!/wiki/Power+Systems/page/vfc+login)
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 4 Days Ago
208
Posted By vbe
Wow took me some time to read all... Thanks for...
Wow took me some time to read all... Thanks for your contribution Neo
3,420
Posted By rbatte1
Hello rabrant, Sorry for the delayed...
Hello rabrant,

Sorry for the delayed response but I've been trying to think about this to find a good reason to do it. I would always recommend against it. It's not something I have done, and...
Forum: AIX 4 Days Ago
331
Posted By RecoveryOne
Taking a massive stab in the dark, but looks like...
Taking a massive stab in the dark, but looks like if you removed the physical hba assigned to the lpar from the lpar and then your path for hdisk0 went missing: Your disks are not coming from the...
521
Posted By Akshay Hegde
#!/usr/bin/env bash tables=(geo_JOB...
#!/usr/bin/env bash

tables=(geo_JOB geo_JOB1)

(
cat <<EOF
SET HEADING ON
SET WRAP OFF
SET TRIMSPOOL ON
SET TRIMOUT ON
SET PAGESIZE 50000
SET COLSEP ","
SET LINESIZE 500
SET NEWPAGE...
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Posted By vgersh99
interesting puzzle! Are you saying one has to...
interesting puzzle!
Are you saying one has to "draw" an imaginary rectangle frame given the input coordinates?
I'm saying "imaginary", because the desired output coordinates are not in your input...
507
Posted By RudiC
You're not too far off for the first part. Try...
You're not too far off for the first part. Try this small adaption of your attempt (and its AMF extension, btw):
awk '

/cluster state:/ {print $1, $2
OK[$1] = 1
...
507
Posted By RudiC
A "reverse condition" was not specified in the...
A "reverse condition" was not specified in the original post.



Howsoever, try

awk '

/cluster state:/ {print $1, $2
OK[$1] = 1
...
507
Posted By shanul karim
awk 'NF>1 && /LOTC cluster state:/{print "lotc...
awk 'NF>1 && /LOTC cluster state:/{print "lotc cluster"}/Node/{ if ($3!="joined") print "LOTC cluster state is not ok"; next}' sample.txt

tried the above code

but response not as expected
...
364
Posted By vbe
To all Please pay attention to what is...
To all
Please pay attention to what is displayed at the top of this discussion: We are awaiting a reply from the O/P any solution posted till then will be hidden

Thanks for your understanding
1,077
Posted By Peasant
Those rrdtools based tools are quite efficient. ...
Those rrdtools based tools are quite efficient.
rrdtool is one of the gems in computing, much like MQTT Neo mentioned.

As for Prometheus, give it a shot, it's not that hard :)
But i think we...
1,077
Posted By stomp
Glad you figured it out already. What's...
Glad you figured it out already.

What's regarding instrumentation, I found it very helpful once I had basic monitoring data available for all my servers. I'm still sticking to the solution, I'm...
1,077
Posted By vbe
This reminds me a strange issue we had going for...
This reminds me a strange issue we had going for months before I managed to prove it was Patrol related...
I never liked BMC Patrol as for me expensive and big CPU Hog... compared to much better...
1,077
Posted By Scrutinizer
Not sure if this applies here. One time I came...
Not sure if this applies here. One time I came across a excessive load pattern with no increase of cpu and io, was when there were a lot of processes in uninterruptible sleep state (D), which...
1,077
Posted By hicksd8
Another thought I've had is this. If you can...
Another thought I've had is this.

If you can afford to you could stop cron from the command line and see if the spikes go away.

If you can't do that (because you need the cron scheduled...
1,077
Posted By Peasant
Setup metrics in file using cron, something in...
Setup metrics in file using cron, something in the line of :


TM=$(date "+%Y%m%d_%H%M")
DDUMP=/some/dir
iostat -ctdxN 15 240 >> ${DDUMP}/iostat_${TM}.out &
mpstat 15 240 >>...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 1 Week Ago
628
Posted By wisecracker
Hi Scrutinizer... I must have been asleep as...
Hi Scrutinizer...

I must have been asleep as I have only just seen this...

Congrats matey, you helped me on my way to the *NIX shell environment when I first joined and started AudioScope.sh,...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 1 Week Ago
628
Posted By Scrutinizer
Thank Neo, for this great honour and your kind...
Thank Neo, for this great honour and your kind words!

I agree that there are many who deserve this title and I feel honoured to be among them..

I am glad to be part of this wonderful community...
551
Posted By cskumar
CONDITIONS="1=CT,2=US_10,3=CT_US_10" awk -v...
CONDITIONS="1=CT,2=US_10,3=CT_US_10"

awk -v CONDITION="${CONDITIONS}" -F, '
BEGIN {
c=split(CONDITION, cons, ",");
for (i=1; i<=c; i++) {
split(cons[i], cs, "=");
field=lookup(cs[1]);...
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Posted By RudiC
Fine for a first approach. Any thoughts on how to...
Fine for a first approach. Any thoughts on how to continue with your further steps? Not necessarily in commands / script; plain English will suffice...
1,077
Posted By vbe
I have seen cases like that when you have...
I have seen cases like that when you have enormous disc cache synchronising... all is fine when pure transactional mode ( the periodic sync has hmmm "little" to update ) but when it comes to batches...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 1 Week Ago
628
Posted By RavinderSingh13
Thanks a TON Neo for awarding this to...
Thanks a TON Neo for awarding this to Scrutinizer, a well deserved award S :b:

@Scrutinizer, First of all congrats S :b: First thing first, your posts are Good, concise, Up to the mark, full of...
371
Posted By MyUserName7000
So two mornings in a row now and my 0 byte files...
So two mornings in a row now and my 0 byte files are not present. Thank you very much.
371
Posted By MadeInGermany
logrotate is awful. man logrotatedoes not well...
logrotate is awful.
man logrotatedoes not well enough clarify boarder cases.
Try to add
sharedscripts
This ensures that the postrotate action occurs once.
It work as well (or even better) to...
Forum: OS X (Apple) 1 Week Ago
4,179
Posted By dallas88
This might not the best method but I used the Log...
This might not the best method but I used the Log show command to access the unified logs.
And then directed this to a file. So I use this to monitor the camera status.

#!/bin/bash
# Detects the...
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