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Posted By hicksd8
Can you hear the main chassis fans running? ...
Can you hear the main chassis fans running? These would be quite noisey. If not then I suspect that the output you have posted:



is telling the truth and that is the issue. Perhaps you need...
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Posted By hicksd8
The console command appears to 'hang the machine'...
The console command appears to 'hang the machine' as you say because the main chassis is powered off. Only the service processor is running.

At some point you need to give the service processor...
Forum: Ubuntu 6 Days Ago
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Posted By hicksd8
It really doesn't matter that you are a "newbie"....
It really doesn't matter that you are a "newbie". Forum rules state that technical discussions are kept on the forum and not off-line. Feel free to ask whatever you like, it will help future...
Forum: Ubuntu 1 Week Ago
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Posted By hicksd8
Are you going to script this operation? ...
Are you going to script this operation?

There are many many ways to do it. No doubt you will get other suggestions.

One way is to create a timestamp file when the full backup is run by adding:...
Forum: SCO 1 Week Ago
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Posted By hicksd8
Phew! It's been a long time since I did this but...
Phew! It's been a long time since I did this but AFAIR it goes like this for a configuration like you are trying to achieve (boot from add-in disk in order to see data on an old controller).


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Posted By hicksd8
I reckon your NVRAM contents are still screwed...
I reckon your NVRAM contents are still screwed and the console output is being redirected somewhere (probably to the first serial port).

If you can't get to the OBP to change this then the only...
Forum: Solaris 09-07-2019
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Posted By hicksd8
@MadeInGermany........................That's an...
@MadeInGermany........................That's an interesting point you make. AFAIR port aggregation was around long before multi-pathing (IPMP) as it's a simpler technology (isn't it??).

I assumed...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 09-06-2019
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Posted By hicksd8
Welcome. Well deserved. I've been reading your...
Welcome. Well deserved. I've been reading your valuable contributions to this community for some time now.
Forum: Solaris 09-06-2019
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Posted By hicksd8
I have read your post#1 countless times and I...
I have read your post#1 countless times and I must confess that I am at a loss to understand your question. Sorry about that I cannot give you a specific answer as a result.

So what I will do is...
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Posted By hicksd8
Couldnt not chdir to home directory...
Couldnt not chdir to home directory /export/home/mwill: Permission Denied

So if you login directly onto the host can you change to that directory? If not, is /export filesystem mounted? Or is it...
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Posted By hicksd8
I'm not sure what you're asking here but I think...
I'm not sure what you're asking here but I think it's about how to stop crontab running a job.

If you use the crontab command to create or cancel or modify a schedule then the crontab daemon...
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Posted By hicksd8
What exactly is the device/system that is serving...
What exactly is the device/system that is serving this NFS handle?

If it is another Unix/Linux system try (temporarily) setting the rights on the shared directory, and possible sub-directories to...
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Posted By hicksd8
For additional information.......... The...
For additional information..........

The Sunray firmware was configured to talk to a particular JRE version when it was installed. I've seen examples where JRE has been updated to a later version...
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Posted By hicksd8
Part of the pathname is "NAS". Can I assume that...
Part of the pathname is "NAS". Can I assume that is Network Attached Storage"?? If so, what is that device??

Usually when working with NAS (especially Windows based NAS) the access rights that...
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Posted By hicksd8
So the DHCP server issued an ip lease, subnet...
So the DHCP server issued an ip lease, subnet mask, and gateway address but vendor-specific parameters aren't right.

Is there any chance that the Java Run-Time (JRE) has been updated on the host? ...
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Posted By hicksd8
Hmmmmm..........if it was a power outage that...
Hmmmmm..........if it was a power outage that caused the problem I'd be inclined to integrity check the root and, if it's a separate filesystem, the usr filesystem. Are these filesystems ZFS or...
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Posted By hicksd8
Have you changed/edited the /etc/shadow file...
Have you changed/edited the /etc/shadow file manually recently?
351
Posted By hicksd8
@Peasant........yes, agreed, that LDOM is the...
@Peasant........yes, agreed, that LDOM is the best solution if Sparc based. I was also citing a probably cheaper solution by using a second-user piece of tin running Solaris 10 GZ and two NGZ...
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Posted By hicksd8
Or, if you have to acquire hardware anyway, you...
Or, if you have to acquire hardware anyway, you could get a cheap Sparc box capable of running Solaris 10 (Solaris 8 virtualization is not support under Solaris 11) and virtualize both your Solaris 8...
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Posted By hicksd8
Do you have any other Sparc platforms??? You can...
Do you have any other Sparc platforms??? You can virtualize Solaris 8 on a Solaris 10 platform. The requirement to move a Solaris 8 system off creaking hardware that might fail is quite common and...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-18-2019
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Posted By hicksd8
Welcome to the mod team Peasant. Thank you...
Welcome to the mod team Peasant.

Thank you for your past contribution to this community and we look forward to your future input.
Forum: Red Hat 08-17-2019
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Posted By hicksd8
In addition to which operating system you are...
In addition to which operating system you are dealing with (as asked by Neo), can you please tell us what problem you are trying to solve.

The basic concept of any operating system kernel includes...
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Posted By hicksd8
You didn't say which operating system this is but...
You didn't say which operating system this is but there has to be difference between read and open. If you think about it, if a read updated the access time then all the access times would change...
Forum: Solaris 08-13-2019
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Posted By hicksd8
It has occurred to me that, since the filesystems...
It has occurred to me that, since the filesystems have been ported to new devices, those devices are probably not configured as device nodes e.g. /dev/rdsk/<whatever>. Therefore, try running a...
Forum: Solaris 08-13-2019
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Posted By hicksd8
Hmmmmm........the fact that you can post the...
Hmmmmm........the fact that you can post the output that you have seems to indicate that the system is "on its feet" but the mirrors need maintenance because although your storage team migrated the...
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