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Forum: Red Hat 12-30-2010
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The path is set from from one of the files...
The path is set from from one of the files .profile, or .bashrc, or .bash_profile (or equivalent for your shell) from your home directory. I believe the sequence the files are run upon login are as...
Forum: Red Hat 12-30-2010
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Posted By druidmatrix
boot floppy for fedora 13
Is there a way to create a boot floppy for a fedora 13 system? Rescue disk image from the official boot.iso is too big.
Forum: Red Hat 12-29-2010
2,213
Posted By druidmatrix
Thank you very much. Google was somehow not very...
Thank you very much. Google was somehow not very helpful on this one.
Forum: Red Hat 12-29-2010
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Posted By druidmatrix
What is star
I am looking to take the Redhat Certification exam, and one of the guidelines is:
Can someone tell me what star is? Thank you.
Forum: Red Hat 08-25-2010
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Posted By druidmatrix
Init scripts for tty's under Fedora 13
In the olden days it used to be /etc/inittab.

Then it got changed to /etc/event.d/tty* under Fedora 10.

Can someone please point out what it is now in Fedora 13? I want to run mgetty which...
Forum: Linux 08-25-2010
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Posted By druidmatrix
Further update for anyone that runs into this...
Further update for anyone that runs into this issue:

The problem resolved itself when I installed the "hplic" drivers. This has a whole bunch of dependencies, and so ended up installing a lot,...
Forum: Linux 08-20-2010
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Posted By druidmatrix
Very strange CUPS problem
I have a networked printer at IP 192.168.0.250 that I am trying to print to from my Fedora host at 192.168.0.210. It appears that the jobs are succeeding from the CUPS side, but nothing is being...
5,399
Posted By druidmatrix
You could just set up rsync of the mysql var...
You could just set up rsync of the mysql var directory between the 2 systems over ssh.
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Posted By druidmatrix
I am on Fedora 13. My question is because I have...
I am on Fedora 13. My question is because I have the two machines configured exactly the same, both pointing to the same LDAP server. One authenticates fine, but the other fails. Therefore I think...
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Posted By druidmatrix
where do the configuration files from Redhat (fedora) authconfig-tui reside?
I have tried moving out the /etc/ldap.conf as well as /etc/openldap/ldap.conf files. I have LDAP Authentication turned on in the TUI. It lets me define a host and base, but the entries are not...
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Posted By druidmatrix
If you note the list, there are a number of...
If you note the list, there are a number of running ones.
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Posted By druidmatrix
I am not sure what you are asking me. But here...
I am not sure what you are asking me. But here are some pointers:
All your data is stored in the memory bank of the CPU that is running your program. Your program and all its spawned processes...
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Posted By druidmatrix
True. To tell you the truth, I have not been...
True. To tell you the truth, I have not been able to make any sense of Sun's definition for either pre or post Solaris 10's load averages. In general, from experience, I have found that machines...
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Posted By druidmatrix
What do you mean by "load avg"? And when you...
What do you mean by "load avg"? And when you quote specific numbers (somehow related to the number of CPU's in your server) what do you mean?

Are you expecting that your program (however number...
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Posted By druidmatrix
Kumaran, my opinion is that your load is too high...
Kumaran, my opinion is that your load is too high - about time for a reboot! :)

---------- Post updated at 06:09 AM ---------- Previous update was at 06:06 AM ----------


Shhhhh.....you dont...
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Posted By druidmatrix
That is not the definition of "load" at all. ...
That is not the definition of "load" at all. Here are my load balances:
bash-3.00# w
2:46am up 2 day(s), 10:33, 1 user, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
So am I to understand nothing is...
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Posted By druidmatrix
If all the processes are processor and memory...
If all the processes are processor and memory load balanced.....

I have no idea how you are saying that with 48 cores, an average below 23 is "it is bored half the time" - where are these numbers...
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Posted By druidmatrix
Your load averages look pretty high. Are you...
Your load averages look pretty high. Are you experiencing slow-down issues?
4,665
Posted By druidmatrix
Dont think you would be able to get that...
Dont think you would be able to get that information. Your first SSH terminates on A1, and you create a completely new one from there to A2 - why would you think A2 would know about L1?
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Posted By druidmatrix
I'd look for the $SSH_CONNECTION variable in your...
I'd look for the $SSH_CONNECTION variable in your environment.
# echo $SSH_CONNECTION
172.16.0.201 1840 172.16.0.202 22
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Posted By druidmatrix
Unless it is a workstation, it is very unusual to...
Unless it is a workstation, it is very unusual to have fixed IP's be served by DHCP. Doesnt that create an additional point of failure for you - in case the DHCP server crashes and the machine with...
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Posted By druidmatrix
Can't figure out how this is working
I have two machines, each with a virtual interface, with the following configurations:

Machine1:
eth2 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:09:6B:19:E5:05
inet addr:172.16.0.201 ...
4,105
Posted By druidmatrix
The .profile file is read from the current...
The .profile file is read from the current directory once the user logs in. The user's initial directory comes from the /etc/passwd file entry for the user as SB008 pointed out. You need to have...
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