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Forum: Solaris 03-24-2007
10,289
Posted By dsbeerf
First I would make sure that other users can...
First I would make sure that other users can connect, and log in. If not, check the /etc/inet/inetd.conf on the server to see if FTP is enabled. [Solaris 10 check the "services" (svcs -a | grep ftp)...
31,445
Posted By dsbeerf
This is great. But most of these Application...
This is great. But most of these Application Servers do wind up running, but 'not responding' from time to time. This usually requires actually formulating a test query of some sort, and checking...
1,913
Posted By dsbeerf
F.Y.I.: Duplicate posts.
https://www.unix.com/showthread.php?t=35829

https://www.unix.com/showthread.php?p=302109035#post302109035
22,686
Posted By dsbeerf
Autosys is a "Batch Execution" package meant to...
Autosys is a "Batch Execution" package meant to 'enhance' cron and basically make UNIX behave like a mainframe. 'AUTOSYS' is a variable used in all the 'autosys scripts', that is set to the...
12,196
Posted By dsbeerf
There is nothing wrong with your method. ...
There is nothing wrong with your method. Whatever was changed on the server, SSH is no longer running. That is what the 'Connection Refused' means. The SSH port is closed. No daemon is listening...
Forum: Solaris 03-02-2007
4,126
Posted By dsbeerf
I assume you find some 'off time', or a...
I assume you find some 'off time', or a non-production machine and actually set the system clock to some time just before the time change is suposed to take place (after disabling cron). THEN watch...
31,445
Posted By dsbeerf
http://www.nagios.org One of the better...
http://www.nagios.org
One of the better (free) answers to your question(s).
22,686
Posted By dsbeerf
What are you really trying to do ? What you...
What are you really trying to do ? What you describe is NOT a standard "shell environment".
What shell are you using ? Each different shell has a different syntax for setting environment...
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Posted By dsbeerf
Windows 2003 is not a true Domain server. It...
Windows 2003 is not a true Domain server. It uses Active Directory (more or less LDAP). It can act as a domain server to XP, and be used by SAMBA (samba.org) as a domain server. *IF* it is...
1,208
Posted By dsbeerf
Things may have changed since the last time I...
Things may have changed since the last time I used HP/UX, BUT, Most UNIXs have a "listener" program sitting on the console of a machine (NOT an 'X' console !). Getty, mingetty, ttymon, etc.. If...
2,901
Posted By dsbeerf
Assuming that you have the permissions set so you...
Assuming that you have the permissions set so you can write to "/home/tom/tmp":

$ cd /home/pavi
$ tar cf - . | (cd /home/tom/tmp;tar xfBp - )
$
===
If you have LONG filenames (over 100...
12,498
Posted By dsbeerf
man write man talk man wall ======== ...
man write
man talk
man wall
========
Write does just that. Writes what you type (ending the message with a "Ctrl-D") to the terminal of the user you want to send a message to. It is one-way.
...
Forum: Solaris 07-23-2006
32,006
Posted By dsbeerf
Solaris 10 comes with some of the more insecure...
Solaris 10 comes with some of the more insecure access methods shut off by default. The error message tells you the START METHOD won't work. I.E.: telnet, rexec (rsh/rcmd), etc., etc..

Does...
1,279
Posted By dsbeerf
Well, to get to THIS site (and the other one) you...
Well, to get to THIS site (and the other one) you must have "logged in" to some UNIX machine. [Or else the question should be put to a Windows site!]

So you are already "accessing your UNIX...
2,120
Posted By dsbeerf
How about: if [ -n "$found" ]; then ...
How about:

if [ -n "$found" ]; then
**commands**
else
**Other-Commands**
fi

Would that work for you ? Since the find command does return strings, just checking for a "non-zero"...
18,035
Posted By dsbeerf
Removed. I was being an ass. Sorry, lack of...
Removed. I was being an ass. Sorry, lack of sleep.
Forum: Solaris 07-08-2006
10,585
Posted By dsbeerf
O.K., I'll give this a try. Questions: ...
O.K., I'll give this a try.

Questions:

What error, exactly, is this user getting when they try to login ?
Are any other users having a problem with logging in ?
Are you using a "centralised...
11,863
Posted By dsbeerf
In Sun's Solaris, they have a utility that keeps...
In Sun's Solaris, they have a utility that keeps a checksum (I think it's a checksum) of all the files you have chosen to install from their distributions, and a command can check if a file has a...
10,038
Posted By dsbeerf
This depends on how your mail is "set up". Do...
This depends on how your mail is "set up". Do you have an ISP ? Does your "normal" email client connect to a remote server to send and recieve email ? Do you run your own mail server (it doesn't...
30,064
Posted By dsbeerf
This depends on the shell you are using. ...
This depends on the shell you are using.

Shells that behave like the C-Shell use the variable: $status
Shells that behave like the Bourne (or Korn) shell use the variable: $?

These variables...
Forum: Solaris 05-08-2006
19,630
Posted By dsbeerf
Yes. Either be the owner of the file, or...
Yes.

Either be the owner of the file, or root.
Forum: Solaris 05-05-2006
2,649
Posted By dsbeerf
You can also use "chroot", but this entails more...
You can also use "chroot", but this entails more work than is reasonably necessary for simple "file access".
Forum: Solaris 05-05-2006
2,649
Posted By dsbeerf
What log files, exactly, do they need to view ? ...
What log files, exactly, do they need to view ?

What are they going to be "doing" with those log files ?
Just looking ? Gathering Statistics ? Finding explicit entries in the logs ? Graphing...
18,205
Posted By dsbeerf
I am unclear as to why the 'passwd' command is...
I am unclear as to why the 'passwd' command is not being used. It is executable by "users", and they can only use it to change THEIR password.

Do you want to "capture" their passwords when they...
2,806
Posted By dsbeerf
I wasn't trying to be a smart A$$, just so you...
I wasn't trying to be a smart A$$, just so you know.

Also, Perderabo has given one of the best short descriptions I've seen.

Which is the main reason I did NOT. :D

[dsbeerf == FreeBSD,...
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