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2,852
Posted By MichaelFelt
PowerVM is "POWER Virtual Machines" and the VIOS...
PowerVM is "POWER Virtual Machines" and the VIOS is an important component. The POWER firmware is also a component, and back in POWER5 times, there was a component that emulated Intel x286...
Forum: AIX 08-16-2017
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Posted By MichaelFelt
This is not really an AIX question. Rather, it is...
This is not really an AIX question. Rather, it is a sudo question and the solution will depend on how you have configured sudo.

The key file is located, usually, at /etc/sudoers.

The standard...
Forum: AIX 08-16-2017
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Posted By MichaelFelt
Actually, we should have asked that you run the...
Actually, we should have asked that you run the command:
ioslevel - to get the version of VIOS you are running.

As you say, AIX 5.3 - that would indicate VIOS 1.X something, as all VIOS 2.X are...
Forum: AIX 07-31-2017
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Posted By MichaelFelt
I have not heard of vWPAR for AIX 6.1. ...
I have not heard of vWPAR for AIX 6.1.

reviewing SP levels - quickly:


michael@x071:[/data/prj/gnu/libtasn1-4.12]oslevel -s -q | grep 6100-07
Known Service Packs
-------------------...
Forum: AIX 09-28-2016
1,564
Posted By MichaelFelt
What you could pursue - is IBM (pre-)sales - as...
What you could pursue - is IBM (pre-)sales - as you may or may not have your Linux support via IBM.

Developers are probably not the correct "venue" as, afaik, IBM is not really "developing" on...
Forum: AIX 03-05-2016
1,782
Posted By MichaelFelt
What was not clear to me is whether the storage...
What was not clear to me is whether the storage was physically located.

It sounds like it was using local storage (local, i.e., physical, not from a SAN) and the LPAR (aka virtual machine) was...
Forum: AIX 12-09-2015
4,190
Posted By MichaelFelt
Going to the redpaper listed earlier - I saw...
Going to the redpaper listed earlier - I saw also:



As the first thing that needs verification - are the disks visible to anything, or perhaps broken (so also using the diagnostics DVD is...
Forum: AIX 12-08-2015
4,190
Posted By MichaelFelt
So, I got it backwards - need 7.1 to do anything...
So, I got it backwards - need 7.1 to do anything with POWER8.

Are you doing a "bare metal" install? That may be why you are having a problem and I have not (up through Power6 and Power7).

For...
Forum: AIX 12-07-2015
4,190
Posted By MichaelFelt
Try a different version of Redhat - 6.X level....
Try a different version of Redhat - 6.X level. From a faint discussion some time back, I recall RedHat 7.X requires a higher level of POWER firmware than some early systems came with.

As you said...
Forum: AIX 11-25-2015
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Posted By MichaelFelt
Thanks -=XrAy=-...
Thanks -=XrAy=- (https://www.unix.com/members/302128993.html), for reminding me that sometimes developerworks has new information, not just rehashed.

AIX_user_324891...
Forum: AIX 11-17-2015
2,150
Posted By MichaelFelt
Ah - better finders of things on the web. ...
Ah - better finders of things on the web.

What I would say when asked this on site:
a) talk to your seller for the fine print. That is his job to keep you informed. If you are a reseller - talk...
Forum: AIX 11-15-2015
2,150
Posted By MichaelFelt
As agent.kgb said - you have for cores licensed...
As agent.kgb said - you have for cores licensed for AIX. And only PowerVM Express has any limit to the number of partitions you can create. The limitation is that when using a SPP (Shared Processor...
Forum: AIX 10-26-2015
1,408
Posted By MichaelFelt
it is better, or at least nicer, if you leave the...
it is better, or at least nicer, if you leave the symptom - will help those who repeat your experience.
Forum: AIX 10-23-2015
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Posted By MichaelFelt
Sad me - or Happy me? Undecided re: AIX 7.2
AIX 7.2 - needs POWER7 or later

With AIX 6.1 it was POWER4 or later - then I was "Happy Me!" because I already had a POWER4 system.

With AIX 7.2 - for now I am "sad me" because I do not have a...
Forum: AIX 10-09-2015
5,840
Posted By MichaelFelt
Yes, thanks for the update - but I find it...
Yes, thanks for the update - but I find it surprising that lppchk -f did not spot it as missing.

Can you get output similar to this?

# lslpp -w | grep sendmail.cf
...
Forum: AIX 09-26-2015
2,299
Posted By MichaelFelt
Personally, I have not worked enough with AIX...
Personally, I have not worked enough with AIX Runtime Expert to give a quick example - but this is one of the things it was intended for - even if it is only to see what the differences are.
...
Forum: AIX 09-24-2015
2,299
Posted By MichaelFelt
As far as "policy" goes, that would only be the...
As far as "policy" goes, that would only be the so-called default: stanzas in several files in /etc/security.

There are other "policy" related files, also in /etc/security - most of these end in...
Forum: AIX 09-24-2015
2,242
Posted By MichaelFelt
WLM is an extremely different approach to...
WLM is an extremely different approach to resource control than ulimit.

WLM is meant to be a policy-based control mechanism managing access to resources over time - while ulimit sets hard maximum...
Forum: AIX 09-18-2015
2,176
Posted By MichaelFelt
As you said, it was working - what is going...
As you said, it was working - what is going through my mind is "What else has changed?". e.g., did you recently update AIX? Have you changed your default shell (and there is no "hash-bang aka #!...
Forum: AIX 09-08-2015
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Posted By MichaelFelt
The only fair answer is "It depends" on what the...
The only fair answer is "It depends" on what the application needs.

FYI: you can also use the program ldedit to change this value. Something else I would recommend is to change the default page...
Forum: AIX 08-05-2015
4,898
Posted By MichaelFelt
I hope I have uploaded two files - one titled...
I hope I have uploaded two files - one titled autostartPolicypng and the other is startpolicy.png

These are screencaptures from the web-based ASMI - Advanced System Management Interface. I do not...
Forum: AIX 07-07-2015
5,339
Posted By MichaelFelt
Again, as Bakunin has clearly stated - it is...
Again, as Bakunin has clearly stated - it is about what you need to accomplish - and then learn the tools that will help you there.

A little known tool - that has been with AIX since roughly 2009...
Forum: AIX 03-11-2015
2,757
Posted By MichaelFelt
the fullcore setting - which is what the...
the fullcore setting - which is what the syslog/errpt message was about are more specific to application/system 'crashes' that result in a machine-binary core dump.

Java has it's own style of...
Forum: AIX 03-11-2015
3,030
Posted By MichaelFelt
The bff files can be 'unpacked' with the command ...
The bff files can be 'unpacked' with the command

restore -Tqf "filename" # Listing of what is in bff - backup file format

restore -xqf "filename" # extract the archive

As these are probably...
Forum: AIX 03-10-2015
2,997
Posted By MichaelFelt
I suspect that if you are going to use the...
I suspect that if you are going to use the hosting partition as a router it will need to be configured as one - an address the WPAR can ping directly - maybe another alias on the 'host' and also set...
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