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Forum: AIX 03-30-2006
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i think everyone's situation is differernt... but...
i think everyone's situation is differernt... but if you were to ask me... then...

1. i don't think an upgrade will necessarily be THAT costly considering it's a mission critical system. you...
Forum: AIX 03-15-2006
25,376
Posted By ScatterBrain
would there be a problem with removing the user...
would there be a problem with removing the user and re-adding with the new name but with original UID?
Forum: AIX 03-08-2006
9,572
Posted By ScatterBrain
try: sar -mu -P ALL <interval> <number of...
try:

sar -mu -P ALL <interval> <number of samples>
Forum: AIX 03-07-2006
35,767
Posted By ScatterBrain
environment variable not set? *shrugs* is...
environment variable not set? *shrugs*

is AIO turned on? don't know if it needs to be, though. also don't recall if it requires a reboot if you change the setting... i THINK in AIX 5 you won't...
Forum: AIX 03-06-2006
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Posted By ScatterBrain
i think with bash... it's just the up and down...
i think with bash... it's just the up and down arrow keys to scroll through past commands.
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the 'ls' command fails with the same error...
the 'ls' command fails with the same error too???? that's pretty bizarre. i would go with hegemaro's suggestion of generating a file list.
Forum: AIX 03-03-2006
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Posted By ScatterBrain
yeah... everytime there's a X/desktop issue, 9...
yeah... everytime there's a X/desktop issue, 9 out of 10 times, at least for me, it's network related.

as andryk says, the mktcpip may be a good place to start.

if you DO reinstall as a last...
Forum: AIX 03-02-2006
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Posted By ScatterBrain
mksysb will work well... especially if it's only...
mksysb will work well... especially if it's only a single VG (rootvg).
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Posted By ScatterBrain
on your local system, mount your dcrom drive. ...
on your local system, mount your dcrom drive. you can do this like how user "mercy" stated... "mount /dev/cd0 /cdrom"

i'm assuming your cdrom on your AIX system is cd0.... and chances are it is....
Forum: AIX 03-02-2006
12,725
Posted By ScatterBrain
if it's a power5 then i'd assume that the CPUs...
if it's a power5 then i'd assume that the CPUs are dual core... but it's not like windows systems where a dual core processor will be viewed as two processors to the OS.

i don't know oracle's...
2,345
Posted By ScatterBrain
for the most part, i do not believe you can...
for the most part, i do not believe you can execute commands remotely without some sort of login ID. if it were possible, that coule be a SERIOUS problem... especially if you have disgrutled...
Forum: AIX 03-02-2006
9,639
Posted By ScatterBrain
what kind of error messages are you getting with...
what kind of error messages are you getting with the chvg command?

the VG is varied off when you try, right?
21,130
Posted By ScatterBrain
...or how about... nohup ./my_program...
...or how about...

nohup ./my_program >/dev/null 2>error.log &

that is, if you don't care about standard output... but just wanna see stderr messages.

if you intend to do this a lot... or...
Forum: AIX 03-01-2006
4,671
Posted By ScatterBrain
have you tried the "who" command? i think that...
have you tried the "who" command? i think that should give you a list of who's logged in and from where. if you need a history of logged in users, that information is carried in /var/adm/wtmp.
...
Forum: AIX 03-01-2006
5,940
Posted By ScatterBrain
hahahhaa... i hear ya, bud. the problem nowadays...
hahahhaa... i hear ya, bud. the problem nowadays is that from the perspective of "sizing", you're at the mercy of your application vendor. :)
Forum: AIX 03-01-2006
9,981
Posted By ScatterBrain
yeah... i'm tending to think the same. do...
yeah... i'm tending to think the same.

do you absolutely need to run CDE on your console? if not, you may want to try and run 'dtconfig -d'. this disables the desktop.
Forum: AIX 03-01-2006
5,940
Posted By ScatterBrain
i would guess that page-ins WOULD be a memory...
i would guess that page-ins WOULD be a memory shortage.... because eventually that would result in page-outs.

the way i learned it (a long time ago), the general rule is use 2x paging space up to...
21,130
Posted By ScatterBrain
try getting rid of the first '&'.
try getting rid of the first '&'.
Forum: AIX 02-28-2006
9,981
Posted By ScatterBrain
where do you see this error? does it stall...
where do you see this error?

does it stall for a long time?

exactly what doesn't work right now? people can't start a desktop from their PC? the desktop won't start on the console?

it hard...
Forum: AIX 02-27-2006
4,652
Posted By ScatterBrain
with the original jfs, i think there was a limit...
with the original jfs, i think there was a limit of how many "PP"s you can have per physical volume... or something like that. with jfs2, i don't think there's limit that anyone would realistically...
Forum: AIX 02-27-2006
9,981
Posted By ScatterBrain
my only guess would be that if you suspect a...
my only guess would be that if you suspect a service from inetd to be causing problems, you may consider turning everything back "on" and turning off one service at a time to try and eliminate which...
Forum: AIX 02-27-2006
4,652
Posted By ScatterBrain
i agree. my impression would be that you would...
i agree. my impression would be that you would probably want to backup and rebuild for performance reasons. as for backups... you probably should already be doing that anyways. :)
Forum: AIX 02-27-2006
17,727
Posted By ScatterBrain
are you talking about being able to do remote...
are you talking about being able to do remote desktpo to windows servers FROM your aix server? if so, i used to use a program called "rdesktop" that was capable of doing so.
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Posted By ScatterBrain
if you're asking what i THINK you're asking... ...
if you're asking what i THINK you're asking...

argument1 will be represented as variable $1 and argument2 will be represented as variable $2 inside the script.
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Posted By ScatterBrain
the 'time sleep 20' line doesn't make sense to...
the 'time sleep 20' line doesn't make sense to use. it's only timing the sleep command which you know will execute for only 20 seconds. er... apparently 20.02 seconds. :D

maybe you can wrap a...
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