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Posted By Peasant
Please specify your operating system details...
Please specify your operating system details along with your shell.

mtime - modified time- time the file has been written / deleted from, displayed as Modify: ... using stat command against...
2,668
Posted By Peasant
What is the error you are getting when starting...
What is the error you are getting when starting your service ?
Is there anything written in status or in the system logs ?

What operating system version is this ?

Regards
Peasant.
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Posted By Peasant
Please open new topics for new questions. Do...
Please open new topics for new questions.
Do not revive months old threads with new issues.

As for your question, issue a recursive chown after untar-ing on the destination on the newly created...
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Posted By Peasant
Check out this post : Tip: inotify cron...
Check out this post :
Tip: inotify cron (https://www.unix.com/unix-for-advanced-and-expert-users/283679-tip-inotify-cron.html)

Regards
Peasant.
1,148
Posted By Peasant
Can we see : systemctl status...
Can we see :

systemctl status vncserver@:1.service -l


Take a look at this article :
Solved: vncserver service failed a configured resource limit was exceeded...
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Posted By Peasant
A small addon for active active - so traffic...
A small addon for active active - so traffic flows thru both haproxys.

You need 2 VIP address for keepalived, on one node first VIP is master, on another second VIP is master.
Both will be on one...
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Posted By Peasant
Why address on lo interface ? Getting address...
Why address on lo interface ?
Getting address on that interface is only used in case of DSR (direct server return) balancing, which haproxy does not do.
Haproxy is L3 and above, while DSR is L2.
...
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Posted By Peasant
How about using built-in audit systems in Linux...
How about using built-in audit systems in Linux and Solaris system ?
Writing scripts can only poorly emulate proper audit system, with easy circumvention.

History file is not audit and can easily...
Forum: Linux Benchmarks 03-13-2020
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Posted By Peasant
Would love to see zfs test on that ratio. ...
Would love to see zfs test on that ratio.
Should shine with separated l2arc devices on ssd, when it gets warm.

Be sure to limit ARC size in production scenarios, leaving <insert size> for large...
Forum: Solaris 03-12-2020
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Posted By Peasant
My advice/suggestion is Oracle VM server for...
My advice/suggestion is Oracle VM server for SPARC using ldm and format commands from shell/hypervisor.

I have not used OVM manager or storage repositories, so i cannot be of much help further.
...
Forum: Solaris 03-12-2020
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Posted By Peasant
Lets start with how many disks do you have in...
Lets start with how many disks do you have in that box and what size ?
Did the operating system come install over entire devices (s2) ?
Can you show zpool status rpool on that box.

You have 3...
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Posted By Peasant
The number of php-fpm process should differ from...
The number of php-fpm process should differ from server to server and from second to second, since it is load & configuration dependent.
ps and counting will not get you far.

Compare...
Forum: Solaris 03-05-2020
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Posted By Peasant
On aggr0 you can only define IP address from...
On aggr0 you can only define IP address from native VLAN on those ports.
If you wish to define a tagged IP on the hypervisor, you need to create vlan interface, then define IP on that.

If you...
Forum: Solaris 03-05-2020
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Posted By Peasant
You will then create a vsw (virtual switch) on...
You will then create a vsw (virtual switch) on top of aggr0
Then using that vsw add interfaces to VMs.

There is no need to create vlanNUM interfaces on the hypervisor in that case.
You only...
Forum: Solaris 03-04-2020
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Posted By Peasant
You do not define IP address of tagged VLAN on...
You do not define IP address of tagged VLAN on aggr0.

In your case you should :

Delete the address aggr0/v4 static ok 192.168.244.161/26
Define the above address on VLAN...
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Posted By Peasant
Is 700 KB a mistake ? Doesn't sound like a...
Is 700 KB a mistake ?
Doesn't sound like a large file to me....

Can you show input and required output (a small portion of of course).

What 'DOS' are you referring to, what awk are you using...
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Posted By Peasant
Other the licencing issues, ZFS on Linux is...
Other the licencing issues, ZFS on Linux is production quality.

I'm no zealot but name me one file system on Linux (other then BRTFS) which has all those features so to say inline :


Builtin...
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Posted By Peasant
If you are using LVM, you can use logical volume...
If you are using LVM, you can use logical volume snapshot ability to achieve want you want.

BRTFS i have not used, but i did read some horror stories some time ago.
Probably nothing to worry...
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Posted By Peasant
I completely missed the 6GB part, sorry for the...
I completely missed the 6GB part, sorry for the wrong suggestion.

Regards
Peasant.
2,400
Posted By Peasant
We do encourage users to post their own attempts...
We do encourage users to post their own attempts before helping.
Please in the future, show your effort, as we are not your scripting service.

Give this a shot :

awk -F"-" ' { for (...
Forum: Red Hat 02-25-2020
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Posted By Peasant
Well unfortunately, i'm no AIX guy, but it if...
Well unfortunately, i'm no AIX guy, but it if those other boxes in your LAN are connected to same network gear and everything works as expected / paid...
I would put my 2 cents on AIX.

Hopefully,...
Forum: Red Hat 02-25-2020
4,295
Posted By Peasant
Have you considered to set following mentioned in...
Have you considered to set following mentioned in below document if you are using VPN between ?

MTU considerations | Cloud VPN | Google Cloud...
1,310
Posted By Peasant
You can untar without the actual copy to host : ...
You can untar without the actual copy to host :

ssh user@host "cd /existing_folder_you_wish_to_untar_to && tar -xvf -" < mytar.tar


Regards
Peasant.
2,026
Posted By Peasant
Have you tried running the grep -E -v...
Have you tried running the grep -E -v "string1|string2" and observe the results ?

Regards
Peasant.
9,201
Posted By Peasant
Those rrdtools based tools are quite efficient. ...
Those rrdtools based tools are quite efficient.
rrdtool is one of the gems in computing, much like MQTT Neo mentioned.

As for Prometheus, give it a shot, it's not that hard :)
But i think we...
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