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1,283
Posted By MadeInGermany
IMHO it does make more sense to pass the filename...
IMHO it does make more sense to pass the filename to the function
GetNumberOfRecords "$inputFile"
782
Posted By Don Cragun
Hi gull04, Settings in syslog.conf affect where...
Hi gull04,
Settings in syslog.conf affect where messages printed by syslog go; not where messages printed by echo go.

Hi solaris_user,
From what you have shown us, the word stdout should have...
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Posted By gull04
Hi, Have a look at "syslog.conf" file and...
Hi,

Have a look at "syslog.conf" file and check where it goes.

Traditiionally "stderr" defaults to the user output (screen) - it could have changed in Solaris 11.2 - but I'd be really...
Forum: Solaris 09-11-2014
2,291
Posted By gull04
Hi, After Solaris 10/8 or 9 there is a...
Hi,

After Solaris 10/8 or 9 there is a failsafe boot option "boot -F" or "boot -F failsafe" I think that should at least get you up and running then you'll have to revert the kernel and redo the...
Forum: Solaris 09-11-2014
2,291
Posted By rbatte1
I seem to recall that Solaris creates a file...
I seem to recall that Solaris creates a file during first installation and when sysunconfigure or something like that is run. It does delete a load of configuration stuff including SSH server keys,...
Forum: Programming 12-31-2012
900
Posted By kbw
It sounds like you need a middle tier. But you...
It sounds like you need a middle tier. But you really ought to be ask a question here rather than use us as a sounding board.
Forum: Programming 12-29-2012
900
Posted By Corona688
So... what is the question exactly?
So... what is the question exactly?
Forum: Solaris 12-26-2012
2,075
Posted By Yoda
Check your tnsnames.ora file in Windows and...
Check your tnsnames.ora file in Windows and verify if the entry is present for the Oracle Database that your are trying to connect. You can compare the TNS entry in Windows with the one in local....
Forum: Solaris 07-23-2012
2,047
Posted By Corona688
Bumping up posts or double posting is not...
Bumping up posts or double posting is not permitted in these forums.

Please read the rules (https://www.unix.com/misc.php?do=cfrules), which you agreed to when you registered, if you have not...
Forum: Solaris 01-14-2012
1,148
Posted By jlliagre
This code: #include <sys/utsname.h> main()...
This code:
#include <sys/utsname.h>

main()
{
struct utsname name;
uname(&name);
printf("%s %s\n",name.sysname,name.release);
}will output:SunOS 5.11
1,665
Posted By zaxxon
Read this and try again: ...
Read this and try again:
https://www.unix.com/homework-coursework-questions/113751-rules-homework-coursework-questions-forum.html
Forum: Programming 01-09-2012
2,552
Posted By birei
Hi solaris_user, I think those are not...
Hi solaris_user,

I think those are not errors. Can you look if the executable was created?

You could avoid them declaring the mess variable as an array of chars.

char mess[LEN];
int first =...
Forum: Solaris 01-04-2012
2,571
Posted By spiridakos
smb conf
this is my smb.conf *note the path variable*

[global]
workgroup = yourworkgroup
server string = yourserver
netbios name = yourserver
log file = /var/samba/log/log.%m
max log size = 50
local...
Forum: Programming 10-16-2011
6,947
Posted By agama
You've got double quotes when you need single...
You've got double quotes when you need single quotes:



(input_message[output] == " ")

The " " is a pointer to a string (of a single blank) while input_message[output] is a single character...
Forum: Solaris 09-07-2011
17,336
Posted By jlliagre
I guess you mean grep qfe /etc/driver_aliases
I guess you mean grep qfe /etc/driver_aliases
Forum: Solaris 04-24-2011
2,784
Posted By DukeNuke2
it's solaris 9... there is NO "dladm"...
it's solaris 9... there is NO "dladm" command!
Forum: Solaris 04-24-2011
2,784
Posted By jlliagre
Beyond the fact it's Solaris 9 so dladm isn't...
Beyond the fact it's Solaris 9 so dladm isn't available as DukeNuke2 already point out, what's wrong with plumbing all interfaces ?
This is incorrect. The interface doesn't automagically configure...
Forum: Programming 01-17-2011
1,386
Posted By durden_tyler
You want something like this - $ $ cat...
You want something like this -


$
$ cat -n comparison.c
1 // Compares four integers and prints which is greatest and which is smallest
2
3 #include <stdio.h>
4
5 ...
Forum: Programming 01-10-2011
1,386
Posted By durden_tyler
Note that the "if" condition will always be true...
Note that the "if" condition will always be true if "a" and "b" are distinct integers. If a > b, then the red part is true:


if ( a > b && b < a || b > a && a < b)


And if a < b, then...
Forum: Programming 01-10-2011
1,386
Posted By jaywalker
Hi Solaris User, The problem is not with...
Hi Solaris User,

The problem is not with your understanding of "how to print" something. I think you are a bit confused about how to set up "conditions." The easiest way is as follows:

if ( a...
Forum: Programming 01-09-2011
1,386
Posted By fpmurphy
Here are two ways of doing it // Tests...
Here are two ways of doing it

// Tests which is greater using if statements
if ( a > b)
printf("Greatest: %d\n", a);
else
printf("Greatest: %d\n", b);

// IIF...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 09-06-2010
9,781
Posted By amro1
Here...
Dear Corona688, you confuse binary tree algorithm for file seeking with an actual allocation i-nodes on physical drive. The gaps that left after removal of files and filled with parts of other files...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 09-06-2010
9,781
Posted By methyl
Me too. After a cleanup of a full 40 Gb NTFS...
Me too.
After a cleanup of a full 40 Gb NTFS drive down to 60% full I've had the M$ Windows XP defrag take 30 hours despite having 2 Gb memory fitted. After that the system ran normally.
...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 09-06-2010
9,781
Posted By Corona688
MS must have made an absolute hash of it, then...
MS must have made an absolute hash of it, then because, as I've said, I've seen it fragment terribly on drives only 50% full. It certainly doesn't seem to make any effort to obey your ideal of...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 09-02-2010
9,781
Posted By Corona688
I've seen NTFS fragment terribly when only 50%...
I've seen NTFS fragment terribly when only 50% full. It's not as bad as FAT but still not great.
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