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Posted By hicksd8
You problem is with network timeout settings;...
You problem is with network timeout settings; either the cluster or the clients.

Manually shutting down one of the cluster nodes may not give you the same result as a true CPU/power/whatever...
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Posted By hicksd8
Please tell us all which operating system you are...
Please tell us all which operating system you are working on and its version number.
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Posted By hicksd8
Agreed. Also, check the access rights set on the...
Agreed. Also, check the access rights set on the NAS end. I'm no MAC user either but perhaps your upgraded OS is checking acess rights on the NAS that it wasn't checking before.
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Posted By hicksd8
How about: # pfiles -p pid Does that...
How about:

# pfiles -p pid

Does that give you the information you want?

Also,

# netstat -aun

but that might not work on Solaris 10 (only Solaris 11), but try.
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Posted By hicksd8
Looks like that you've mounted the new disk on...
Looks like that you've mounted the new disk on /testmount and 'covered' the old disk mounted there.

You can only mount one disk on a single mountpoint.

If you umount sdb1 the old disk should...
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Posted By hicksd8
I would like to try and answer your question but...
I would like to try and answer your question but I'm completely confused. We need a lot more information to even start to think about it.

However, let me state a couple of facts here (to prompt...
Forum: Linux Benchmarks 3 Weeks Ago
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Posted By hicksd8
So I reckon that RAID3 will be slightly better...
So I reckon that RAID3 will be slightly better than RAID5 (unless you're going to use RAID10 with a large number of members).
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 3 Weeks Ago
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Posted By hicksd8
How are you entering the cron job in the tables??...
How are you entering the cron job in the tables?? Are you using crontab command to enter the job or are you editing the crontab file directly? If you editing directly it's no surprise that it isn't...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 3 Weeks Ago
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Posted By hicksd8
Coronavirus maths anyone?
This is a really interesting watch.............. (well worth a few minutes of your time)

YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kas0tIxDvrg&feature=youtu.be)
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 4 Weeks Ago
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Posted By hicksd8
Microsoft are retiring many of their certifications
One of my colleagues has just posted on LinkedIn that Microsoft are retiring many of their certifications.
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Posted By hicksd8
Please post back your progress and/or post the...
Please post back your progress and/or post the solution as it greatly helps future readers with the same or similar problem.

Also, if you fail to find a solution then feel free to continue this...
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Posted By hicksd8
Troubleshooting Client VPN Tunnel Connectivity |...
Troubleshooting Client VPN Tunnel Connectivity | OpenVPN (https://openvpn.net/vpn-server-resources/troubleshooting-client-vpn-tunnel-connectivity/)
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Posted By hicksd8
Can you confirm that this problem is confined...
Can you confirm that this problem is confined just to the VPN connection?

Can you connect from this machine to other nodes on your LAN?

Can you connect to nodes outside your LAN (via gateway)? ...
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Posted By hicksd8
You're not saying whether there are any errors...
You're not saying whether there are any errors logged by the system. It would be really useful if you can post what the system log says when the VPN connection fails.

Being a Fedora distro it...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 02-27-2020
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Posted By hicksd8
Cybercrime marketplace
A quote from one of my colleagues on LinkedIn makes interesting reading................
Forum: Cybersecurity 02-25-2020
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Posted By hicksd8
If we can believe that we'll believe anything. ...
If we can believe that we'll believe anything.

Anyway, what the h*ll does that mean??

An emergency is......e.g. a fire........maintenance is........er!!......should be planned? How do you get...
Forum: Solaris 02-20-2020
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Posted By hicksd8
I've read your post a number of times but I still...
I've read your post a number of times but I still don't understand exactly what you are trying to do.

This is all Solaris 10? One global zone (Solaris 10) and seven non-global zones (all Solaris...
Forum: Solaris 02-13-2020
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Posted By hicksd8
https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19253-01/817-5093/gagb...
https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19253-01/817-5093/gagby/index.html
Forum: Solaris 02-13-2020
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Posted By hicksd8
This would be automatic fix -y but -n is NO...
This would be automatic fix -y but -n is NO WRITE.

With those results I would now be inclined to run fsck without either -n or -y and answer the questions as they come. This allows you to CTRL-C...
Forum: Solaris 02-13-2020
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Posted By hicksd8
Use the switch: -o b=32 on the command...
Use the switch:

-o b=32

on the command line to use superblock at block=32.
Forum: Solaris 02-13-2020
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Posted By hicksd8
Yep, there's another copy of the superblock at...
Yep, there's another copy of the superblock at block=32. (And there will be others).

The search for an alternative superblock failed because you spec'd NO WRITE. So it didn't even try.
Forum: Solaris 02-13-2020
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Posted By hicksd8
That's not too bad on face value. There's...
That's not too bad on face value.

There's obviously a superblock located at block=16 but the system maintains other copies at other block locations

AFAIR, you should be able to specify an...
Forum: Solaris 02-13-2020
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Posted By hicksd8
Probably a good idea just to do a root filesystem...
Probably a good idea just to do a root filesystem check with a "no write" flag. That way you get to see what damage there is without the risk that it will try to fix it. It will show you the...
Forum: Solaris 02-13-2020
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Posted By hicksd8
Well it's complaining about a media error but,...
Well it's complaining about a media error but, sure, it could indeed be a corrupt sector(s) in the middle of a filesystem.

This is, of course, the root filesystem. Is this filesystem UFS or ZFS?...
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Posted By hicksd8
Another thought I've had is this. If you can...
Another thought I've had is this.

If you can afford to you could stop cron from the command line and see if the spikes go away.

If you can't do that (because you need the cron scheduled...
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