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Yes, use Expect. And input the variables into...
Yes, use Expect. And input the variables into your ARGV array (or the comparable for bash).
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Can't tell you specifically what's wrong without...
Can't tell you specifically what's wrong without being there crashing the machine. But here are some things I would suggest checking/trying.

1.) Verify that the console ports baud rate is correct,...
Forum: Infrastructure Monitoring 03-21-2010
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Posted By dnbert
Nagios, and Ganglia.
Nagios, and Ganglia.
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 03-09-2010
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Automate Raid Configurations
Does anyone have experience with automating Raid configurations with Areca controllers? Or if this even possible. I'd like to setup a script to automate raiding of my machine over serial. Anyone have...
Forum: Red Hat 01-21-2010
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Posted By dnbert
I should have read your entire snippet. Haha,...
I should have read your entire snippet. Haha, sorry.

Try something like this:

df |grep -v Ava| cut -c 43-52 | awk 'BEGIN {total=0} {total += $1} {total * .9} END {print total}'

I haven't...
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You have to have the NFS server as well as the...
You have to have the NFS server as well as the local setup to mount over the network.

3.*Setting Up an NFS Server (http://nfs.sourceforge.net/nfs-howto/ar01s03.html)

Update

I see Mr Pludi...
Forum: Red Hat 01-21-2010
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Posted By dnbert
Try replacing awk with gawk for SunOS.
Try replacing awk with gawk for SunOS.
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Posted By dnbert
Filename is an environmental variable, you can...
Filename is an environmental variable, you can assign it doing something like

filename="ls ${HOME}/dir"

echo `$filename`
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something like this (this is all pseudo so yeah...
something like this (this is all pseudo so yeah don't take it exactly to be literal)

mv $filename `echo "$filename"|sed 's/100/101/g'`

I believe something like that should work for you. If you...
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Posted By dnbert
Generally you can look through the make and...
Generally you can look through the make and config files to see where the paths are for those files. They are set to /usr/local/lib by default. The configure file should have the path to the...
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Posted By dnbert
cp --preserve=timestamps
cp --preserve=timestamps
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Yes.
Yes.
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Posted By dnbert
something like this: for k in `ls whatever`;...
something like this:

for k in `ls whatever`; do rundate=`date +%C%y%m%d_%H%M%S`; mv $k $k$rundate; done
Forum: Red Hat 01-11-2010
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Posted By dnbert
Was the RAID set redundant and were the parity...
Was the RAID set redundant and were the parity drives destroyed? If it's just a single disk and the parity data remains available, hot swap it and you're good. Depending on the raid array set, there...
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Posted By dnbert
Do the following: ps aux | awk '{print $11}'...
Do the following:

ps aux | awk '{print $11}' | sort | uniq -c | sort -nk1 | tail -n5
ps aux | awk '{print $1}' | sort | uniq -c | sort -nk1 | tail -n5

Both of those will provide information on...
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Posted By dnbert
What error?
What error?
Forum: Linux 01-06-2010
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Posted By dnbert
Look into console over serial (/dev/ttyS0), as...
Look into console over serial (/dev/ttyS0), as this is the best method that I've found to assist with issues like this when we get into them ;)
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This is gonna sound silly, but I'm not sure what...
This is gonna sound silly, but I'm not sure what you're running. You do have /bin/sh right?
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Posted By dnbert
So, I'm sorry if I didn't understand you, but are...
So, I'm sorry if I didn't understand you, but are you just wanting to omit the HBA part. If that's the case, just use grep -v
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Posted By dnbert
I would take each service out of the rc and then...
I would take each service out of the rc and then have a cron ping each server, if each ping returns a result then have it run another perl script ssh and exec each init script. Make sense?
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Posted By dnbert
Indeed @ lsof. lsof|wc -l should produce a...
Indeed @ lsof.

lsof|wc -l should produce a listing of all open file handles.
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I'm not sure where Mac OSX has it's mail logs...
I'm not sure where Mac OSX has it's mail logs stored, but go in there and search for the mail that was sent as undeliverable. Or you can post the bounce back message headers here and I can look at...
Forum: Web Development 07-27-2009
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Posted By dnbert
I've seen this before, generally it's best to...
I've seen this before, generally it's best to update your httpd.conf to defaults and then resetup the virtual directories. It could be several different things but it all goes back to an incorrect...
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Posted By dnbert
I believe you're looking for fsck: fsck(8):...
I believe you're looking for fsck:

fsck(8): check/repair file system - Linux man page (http://linux.die.net/man/8/fsck)
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Identifying IO without the use of IOTop
Hey,

I'm in the process of working on a script to identify IO usage on a high IO server I have setup (Debian Etch). My question is how can identify specific processes that are using much of these...
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