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198
Posted By gull04
Hi, Do you see any post output from; ->...
Hi,

Do you see any post output from;

-> start /SYS
-> start /HOST/consol

You should see at the very least the ok prompt.

It may be that you have to set the keyswitch to the diagnostic...
198
Posted By gull04
Hi, What have you got in the logs, can you...
Hi,

What have you got in the logs, can you post the output of;

show /SP/logs/event/list

Regards

Gull04
198
Posted By gull04
Hi, It might be worth waiting for a while at...
Hi,

It might be worth waiting for a while at the end of the sequence in my previous post.

Can you post the output of;
show /SYS
You could also try a;
reset /SYS
Lastly you could possibly...
198
Posted By gull04
Hi, You may have to set the...
Hi,

You may have to set the "bootfailrecovery" to "Powercycle" and increase the "maxbootfail" from "3".

Also you could go for the simple approach and start the "console" and press the power...
198
Posted By gull04
Hi, OK, there may be no option here but to...
Hi,

OK, there may be no option here but to go for the nuclear option on this, so you can try the following;

-> stop -force /SYS

Failing that you could try;

-> stop -force -script /SYS
...
118
Posted By gull04
Hi, The option that I've pointed out should...
Hi,

The option that I've pointed out should work fine in AIX 7.1 use the man date command for further information.

Regards

Gull04
198
Posted By gull04
Hi, Can you post the output from a; ->...
Hi,

Can you post the output from a;

-> stop /SYS

Wait a couple of minutes and then;

-> start /SYS
-> start /SP/console

And show any output - Please use the code tags - these are usec...
198
Posted By gull04
OK, Then you can try the following steps. ...
OK,

Then you can try the following steps.

-> set /SYS keyswitch_state=diag
-> start /SYS
-> start /SP/console

Please note any error messages.

After a while the system should come to the...
198
Posted By gull04
Hi, What user account are you using to logon...
Hi,

What user account are you using to logon th the Service Processor? Also you should remember that it can take some time with these servers to see any output.

Regards

Gull04
118
Posted By gull04
Hi, You should be able to use the date...
Hi,

You should be able to use the date command as follows/

DATE=$(date -d "+2 days")

You don't say what the OS is so your local date command may vary.

Regards

Gull04
925
Posted By gull04
Hi, The test for the directory [ -d...
Hi,

The test for the directory [ -d "$folder" ] should be treated as the open of an if statement - you need to close it.

Regards

Gull04
346
Posted By gull04
Hi, Here is a code snippet, from a shell...
Hi,

Here is a code snippet, from a shell script you should be able to modify to suit quite easilly. But as you haven't shown me what you've tried or your code I can't be more precise.

###...
346
Posted By gull04
Hi Worky, What have you tried? When you...
Hi Worky,

What have you tried?

When you say "barcode" what exactly do you mean? If you want ti check the file exists then it's likely to be asimple shell test - checking the contents will be a...
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 2 Weeks Ago
579
Posted By gull04
Hi, Thanks for the detailed explanation,...
Hi,

Thanks for the detailed explanation, such things are always worth while for mw.

Regards

Gull04
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 2 Weeks Ago
579
Posted By gull04
Hi, Try running without the -e switch, it's...
Hi,

Try running without the -e switch, it's a long time since I worked on AIX.

As in;

#!/bin/ksh
VAR1=`echo "${1}" | sed -e "s/'//g"`
echo "${VAR1}" |
while IFS=' '
read -r dirpath
do...
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 2 Weeks Ago
579
Posted By gull04
Hi, Is this what you are expecting; ...
Hi,

Is this what you are expecting;

#!/bin/ksh
VAR1=`echo -e "${1}" | sed -e "s/'//g"`
echo -e "${VAR1}" |
while IFS=' '
read -r dirpath
do
echo "DIRR_PATH:$dirpath"
...
464
Posted By gull04
Hi, On Centos 6.10 and RHEL 6.10 in the...
Hi,

On Centos 6.10 and RHEL 6.10 in the lvreduce there is also the -r, --resizefs switch. This would allow things to be done in a single command line.

Please note if the system is...
Forum: Red Hat 2 Weeks Ago
240
Posted By gull04
Hi, No, all the other slices of the disk...
Hi,

No, all the other slices of the disk were cleared and re-created. The upgrade process from RHEL 6.X to RHEL 7.X is destructive and is effectively a new installation - the rest of the disk...
Forum: Red Hat 2 Weeks Ago
240
Posted By gull04
RHEL GUI Build process.
Hi Folks,

I've recently upgraded (RHEL 6.5 to 7.5) a couple of servers and have noticed a peculiarity during the GUI build of the boxes.

This can be best explained as follows;

There were...
380
Posted By gull04
Hi, Your original post wanted; ...
Hi,

Your original post wanted;



The the example that you gave seemed to want the first line of each file printed on the same line, followed by the second line from each file printed on the...
921
Posted By gull04
Hi Neo, Thanks for the macOS info, I'll...
Hi Neo,

Thanks for the macOS info, I'll maybe get round to installing on my MacBook in the not too distand future.

Regards

Gull04
380
Posted By gull04
Hi, Your requirements seem to be changing...
Hi,

Your requirements seem to be changing with every post that you make, can you show us some of your data.

You originally wanted to print two files with the contents side by side, now you want...
Forum: Cybersecurity 3 Weeks Ago
324
Posted By gull04
Nice one Neo, Just seems to be missing the...
Nice one Neo,

Just seems to be missing the bit about taking a Cheese Grater to their knuckles;D

Regards

Gull04
380
Posted By gull04
Hi, What have you tried, can you post...
Hi,

What have you tried, can you post anything?

Regards

Gull04
921
Posted By gull04
Hi Neo, Our servers are nearly all...
Hi Neo,

Our servers are nearly all configured with NTP, but as part of the upgrade process on our RHEL estate we are also screwwing down the security so Chrony it is.

We recently had an Audit...
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