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Posted By pludi
I assume it has to do with this question...
I assume it has to do with this question (https://www.unix.com/shell-programming-scripting/245731-bash-script-paralel-tasks-command-wait-untill-complete.html)?
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Posted By pludi
From the man page:
From the man page:
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Posted By pludi
Hint 1: use $( command ) instead of `command`....
Hint 1: use $( command ) instead of `command`. Makes it more readable, and it's nestable too.

Hint 2: The ssh command has the nasty "feature" of grabbing all input on STDIN and pushing it through...
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Posted By pludi
It's fixed. Basically, what a consultant told us...
It's fixed. Basically, what a consultant told us was that we were lucky it did even last that long, as both the configuration for dm-multipath and the EMC storage were off. I don't know what exactly...
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Posted By pludi
@bartus Ad 1) Yes, for the past 2 weeks Ad 2)...
@bartus
Ad 1) Yes, for the past 2 weeks
Ad 2) We removed an empty OVM repository and the associated LUN

@radoulov
I'll try to get the contents of the messages file from around the incident(s)...
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Posted By pludi
[SOLVED] Oracle/Xen/OVM/OCFS2/Multipath/SAN Problems
Setup:
Multiple Virtual Machines running OEL5 / Oracle RDBMS 11.2
OVM 2 / Xen 3.4.0 Cluster consisting of 3 Machines
Shared SAN Storage synced with OCFS2
SAN connected with 4GB FC on 4...
Forum: Linux 06-21-2012
16,755
Posted By pludi
chander: Yes, vmnet0 is already set to briged,...
chander: Yes, vmnet0 is already set to briged, but your VM isn't using vmnet0 but vmnet8. Change the settings for the virtual NIC (not for the network) and try again.
Forum: Linux 06-21-2012
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Posted By pludi
The 192.168.29.0/24 network is configured to the...
The 192.168.29.0/24 network is configured to the vmnet8 network, which hides all machines attached to it behind a NAT. So all connections made from within the VM appear to be coming from your Windows...
Forum: IP Networking 06-17-2012
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Posted By pludi
Simple answer: no. Longer answer: The hosts...
Simple answer: no.

Longer answer: The hosts connected to eth1 won't even know it's there, because without an IP it won't send a ARP announce, or react to an ARP request, which is needed to get the...
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Posted By pludi
First of all, what have you tried, and where are...
First of all, what have you tried, and where are you stuck?
Second, that's XML, so it's probably not guaranteed to have the tag containing isup at the same line position every time, so a simple...
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Posted By pludi
Which Ubuntu release? The newer ones use grub2,...
Which Ubuntu release? The newer ones use grub2, which has retired menu.lst in favor of a generated grub.cfg, generated with update-grub
Forum: Programming 06-14-2012
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Posted By pludi
Yes, with system, for example.
Yes, with system, for example.
Forum: Programming 06-13-2012
1,260
Posted By pludi
See inet_pton. And maybe Beej's Guide to Network...
See inet_pton. And maybe Beej's Guide to Network Programming (http://beej.us/guide/bgnet/output/html/multipage/index.html).
Forum: Linux 06-13-2012
2,615
Posted By pludi
First, what have you tried so far? Second,...
First, what have you tried so far?

Second, there's not even a bit of programming logic in this script, only a series of commands. How hard could it be to translate those to Windows?
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Posted By pludi
Check the examples supplied...
Check the examples supplied (http://search.cpan.org/~jesse/WWW-Mechanize-1.72/lib/WWW/Mechanize/Examples.pod) with WWW::Mechanize, and ask specific questions. We're not here to do your work.
Forum: Solaris 06-12-2012
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Posted By pludi
Hello! Your question(s) could easily be...
Hello!

Your question(s) could easily be answered by searching the Internet with Google (http://www.google.com). Google is your friend :D

Per forum rules,...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 06-10-2012
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Posted By pludi
Taken from #protolol...
Taken from #protolol (http://attrition.org/misc/ee/protolol.txt)
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 06-10-2012
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Posted By pludi
Destroy All Software on strange language behaviour
I'll just leave this here (https://www.destroyallsoftware.com/talks/wat)
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Posted By pludi
It's still homework, so closed again.
It's still homework, so closed again.
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Posted By pludi
Do not post classroom or homework problems in the...
Do not post classroom or homework problems in the main forums. Homework and coursework questions can only be posted in this forum (https://www.unix.com/homework-coursework-questions/) under special...
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Posted By pludi
grep, sed, and awk would all do the same thing:...
grep, sed, and awk would all do the same thing: read the first file line by line, and check the second file for occurrences each time, chugging through approximately 75 GB (15*5) of data.

One way...
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Posted By pludi
A very simple start: pick the open source...
A very simple start: pick the open source software you use most often, register with their bug tracking system, and start testing the newest builds. When something breaks, try to repeat it, and send...
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Posted By pludi
For readability, here's a formatted and numbered...
For readability, here's a formatted and numbered version: 1 #!/usr/bin/perl
2 $/ = "\n\n";
3 open( DATA, 'mutationsonly.txt' );
4
5 # or die("Could not open mutationsonly file.");
6...
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Posted By pludi
This should do it: #!/usr/bin/perl -w use...
This should do it:
#!/usr/bin/perl -w

use strict;
use warnings;

while ( my $line = <> ) {
chomp $line;
my ( $key, $value ) = ( $line =~ /^(.*?)=(.*)$/g );
my %hash = map { $_...
Forum: Debian 03-16-2012
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Posted By pludi
Probably the process writing to the logs has them...
Probably the process writing to the logs has them still open, and continues to write to a file descriptior that isn't associated with a file anymore. Tell the process to reload/restart if possible,...
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