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Forum: Red Hat 12-31-2013
1,650
Posted By rbatte1
Great! So what prompts do you get first, so we...
Great! So what prompts do you get first, so we can tell you how to interrupt.

It may be as simple as pressing ENTER or SPACE at the right moment. We should then be able to guide you through...
11,802
Posted By otheus
The two most common problems in this situation...
The two most common problems in this situation are:
1. Dependency on an unreachable network resource, ie, NFS, NIS, LDAP
2. Bad disk

Per the previous post, boot into "single user mode". This...
11,802
Posted By Akshay Hegde
First we shall try to see what's going wrong, for...
First we shall try to see what's going wrong, for this you just restart your server, in boot loader menu, press e for grub editing and then search and remove rhgb quiet, press enter and boot your...
Forum: Red Hat 10-23-2013
2,620
Posted By verdepollo
That depends on the filesystem you use. ...
That depends on the filesystem you use.

Assuming you're using RHEL6 default (ext4) you have to mount the filesystem with the following options:
usrquota
usrjquota=aquota.user
jqfmt=vfsv0
...
Forum: Red Hat 10-23-2013
5,532
Posted By verdepollo
I'm a bit confused here. What exactly is the NIC...
I'm a bit confused here. What exactly is the NIC doing or not doing?

I'm assuming you configured the network (IP, mask, GW, etc) and that the network daemon is running.

Also, MAC are usually...
Forum: Red Hat 09-10-2013
13,176
Posted By Scott
It could be an SELinux thing. Try: #...
It could be an SELinux thing.

Try:

# chcon -R -t public_content_t /var/ftp/pub


Remembering to use semanage to make it permanent:

# semanage fcontext -a -u system_u -t public_content_t...
Forum: Red Hat 09-05-2013
1,332
Posted By Scott
Assuming that the FTP server is also running...
Assuming that the FTP server is also running Redhat...

Is the ftp daemon running on the server?

Another obstacled could be the firewall.

Nothing to do with connectivity, but for file...
Forum: Solaris 02-27-2013
4,983
Posted By jim mcnamara
This means your have to set up ipf - ipfilter. ...
This means your have to set up ipf - ipfilter. Basically the ipf firewall blocks protocols or ports.

This is more than one post. Here is the manual on how to set it up.
...
Forum: Solaris 02-23-2013
953
Posted By jim mcnamara
Simple answer: never directly edit the crontab,...
Simple answer: never directly edit the crontab, use crontab -e only
Some people use vi, and it works with some versions of crond. Not all.
13,334
Posted By DustinT
No, that's not normal. What filesystem are you...
No, that's not normal. What filesystem are you using on this computer? Also, is it running SPARC or x86, your post seems to indicate both??
Forum: Solaris 02-02-2013
2,354
Posted By Don Cragun
You'll have to find the name of the log file the...
You'll have to find the name of the log file the application or your system application installer uses first. Once you have that name, you can use the command:
tail -f log_file_name
to follow new...
Forum: Solaris 02-02-2013
23,656
Posted By Yoda
Here is another approach to get list of cron...
Here is another approach to get list of cron invoked running script

1. Get the PID of cron - clock daemon:
ps -ef | grep cron | grep -v grep
2. Get the process trees of cron PID:
ptree <cron...
Forum: Hardware 12-10-2012
1,392
Posted By Yoda
It means Disk Array Controller or RAID Controller...
It means Disk Array Controller or RAID Controller often improperly shortened to a Disk Controllers. It is a device which manages the physical disk drives and presents them to the computer as logical...
Forum: Hardware 12-10-2012
1,392
Posted By Joseph_TKLee
I would say the controllers you are talking about...
I would say the controllers you are talking about might be on a disk storage which has normally 2 controllers on it.

Cheers,
Forum: Solaris 11-09-2012
8,848
Posted By bartus11
Post contents of the log:...
Post contents of the log: /var/svc/log/application-management-snmpdx:default.log
Forum: Solaris 10-08-2012
5,372
Posted By fpmurphy
A socket can be in various states (bound to an...
A socket can be in various states (bound to an address/port, unbound, listening, idle, etc.)

Other than ESTABLISHED, here are some other possible states that netstat can output:
Forum: Solaris 10-08-2012
883
Posted By ningy
grep net /etc/path_to_inst prtconf -pv...
grep net /etc/path_to_inst

prtconf -pv |grep -i net

Above commands also not showing the remaining NICs??
Forum: Solaris 09-11-2012
1,117
Posted By manni2
config file
Just for information:
at the end of a zone configuration you come to
zonecfg: newzone > commit
this creates an XML config file under "/etc/zones" at that is the base for the system to remember...
Forum: Solaris 09-11-2012
1,117
Posted By jim mcnamara
No. The only time you play with /etc/vfstab in...
No. The only time you play with /etc/vfstab in the global zone is when your first create a zone, then the filesystem that becomes / in the zone is added to /etc/vfstab.
Forum: Solaris 08-14-2012
6,411
Posted By bartus11
digest -a md5 filename
digest -a md5 filename
Forum: Solaris 07-20-2012
2,081
Posted By solaris_user
If you use ZFS you can create separate ZFS...
If you use ZFS you can create separate ZFS dataset on which dump files will be created after dump is created. Using dumpadm(1) command you can change these options.
Forum: Solaris 07-18-2012
2,081
Posted By bartus11
1) no 2) no 3) can be either 4) no 5) no ...
1) no
2) no
3) can be either
4) no
5) no

Just create slice in format and then specify it in dumpadm command. More on this topic can be found here:...
Forum: Solaris 07-16-2012
2,181
Posted By jim mcnamara
1 - you should let the application designer opt...
1 - you should let the application designer opt for this on a per process basis, the sysadmin probably should not do this, except on a one-off basis, like debugging something.

2 - you use this...
Forum: Solaris 06-27-2012
981
Posted By jlliagre
Solaris freeware /usr/sfw contains freeware...
Solaris freeware
/usr/sfw contains freeware supported by Sun (now Oracle).
/opt/sfw contains unsupported freeware.
Forum: Solaris 06-27-2012
981
Posted By jim mcnamara
/usr/sfw is a directory where Solaris installs...
/usr/sfw is a directory where Solaris installs some GNU code, like gcc. This is usually created by installing packages in the first place.

The second block is setting resource limits on the zone...
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