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Try yum install mysql
Try yum install mysql
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Redhat doesn't support Sparc. Debian will be your...
Redhat doesn't support Sparc. Debian will be your best bet.
Forum: Infrastructure Monitoring 01-19-2010
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Open Source Monitoring and Overlapping IP Space
I'm faced with standing up an open source NMS and am deep into Zenoss Core. I'm evaluating distributed collectors that will be deployed behind a customer NAT/Firewall. Cool, this works. What if the...
Forum: Linux 10-28-2009
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Posted By Radar
This doesn't directly address your need, but VNC...
This doesn't directly address your need, but VNC offers a web interface to configured desktops.

RealVNC - Java VNC Viewer (http://www.realvnc.com/support/javavncviewer.html#1)
Forum: Linux 09-29-2009
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Posted By Radar
You can use the AllowUsers directive of...
You can use the AllowUsers directive of sshd_config
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Are you asking about automating this process on a...
Are you asking about automating this process on a win machine and logging into the Unix machine? If so Should be possible. I myself would see if cygwin and expect were possible.
Forum: Red Hat 09-09-2009
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Just a stab - Sometimes the slowness with SSH is...
Just a stab - Sometimes the slowness with SSH is that the remote sshd is trying to do a reverse DNS lookup to the client. Try commenting out any DNS servers in /etc/resolve.conf on the "slow" server...
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The point of sudo is to allow execution of...
The point of sudo is to allow execution of certain commands without divulging the root password. When setup properly, the user will use their own password (or none) and you will be able to configure...
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Posted By Radar
That's why I say adapt for shell. You are trying...
That's why I say adapt for shell. You are trying to accomplish the same end goal.

In your OP you asked for a place to start. That's where to start.

It sounds like you are waiting for someone...
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Posted By Radar
Conceptually, those two tools are accomplishing...
Conceptually, those two tools are accomplishing exactly what you described in your OP. So using those as examples, you should be able to adapt to a shell script.
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So you want to baseline a set of files with a...
So you want to baseline a set of files with a checksum and track changes to those files by checking against the checksums stored in the database?

Look at Afick (http://afick.sourceforge.net/) and...
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dirname /path/to/textfile.txt ----------...
dirname /path/to/textfile.txt

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dirname /path/to/textfile.txt

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Forum: Red Hat 08-27-2009
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Posted By Radar
Hopefully this illustrates how it should go ...
Hopefully this illustrates how it should go


[root@F10 ~]# vgdisplay Beatles
--- Volume group ---
VG Name Beatles
System ID
Format lvm2
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Forum: Red Hat 08-27-2009
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Posted By Radar
You type vgdisplay and look for Free PE. Those...
You type vgdisplay and look for Free PE. Those free physical extents are what you can allocate to LogVol03. You would use lvextend -l [extents] [path to logvol]. But after that you have to use...
Forum: Red Hat 08-27-2009
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You will not see any change in partitions....
You will not see any change in partitions. However, if you remove logical volumes, you should see a corresponding increase in free space within its volume group. You can then extend volumes within...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-26-2009
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Posted By Radar
I do not use Twitter. I am sad to report that I...
I do not use Twitter. I am sad to report that I got sucked into facebook, though.
Forum: Solaris 08-26-2009
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Posted By Radar
There's a job board sub-forum in the lounge area....
There's a job board sub-forum in the lounge area. You may get hits there.
Forum: Linux 08-25-2009
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Rather than ideal, I would say sufficient for...
Rather than ideal, I would say sufficient for what you are trying to do. Don't stress too much over that detail. You're striping across 3 drives. Ought to be fast.
Forum: Linux 08-25-2009
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Posted By Radar
Highly random. Mix read and write. 64K or smaller...
Highly random. Mix read and write. 64K or smaller I would say.
Forum: Linux 08-25-2009
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What is the nature of your I/O? Predominantly...
What is the nature of your I/O? Predominantly random? Sequential? If you think it's a mix, then go 64K stripe size to split the difference.
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You can do this: $ ssh user@host "if [ !...
You can do this:


$ ssh user@host "if [ ! -e example.file ]; then echo "no dice"; else echo "found it"; fi"
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A function is just a routine that can be called...
A function is just a routine that can be called multiple times within the same program or script in this case.



Advanced Bash Scripting Guide (http://tldp.org/LDP/abs/html/)
Forum: Red Hat 08-21-2009
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Posted By Radar
You will have LVM as an option during the...
You will have LVM as an option during the partitioning of your local drive. You will specify /var as the mount point for a specific logical volume you create.
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Posted By Radar
The sysstat suite of tools will give you...
The sysstat suite of tools will give you historical info you need, including data transferred and errors. You would use sar to get reports of the data collected. If you want graphs of historical...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-20-2009
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Posted By Radar
Not customer related, but weird indeed. I...
Not customer related, but weird indeed.

I got a printout of this too somewhere, but the MOTD one night on third shift as a computer operator AIX something.old read simply:

No need to worry...
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