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Posted By rbatte1
If you have them in a file, how about:-cut -f-3...
If you have them in a file, how about:-cut -f-3 -d"." input|sort|uniq -cWould that do? It's not quite the pretty output, but you get the detail you need.



I hope that this helps,
Robin
Forum: AIX 09-11-2019
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Posted By rbatte1
I would suggest mirroring your loglv00 now too. ...
I would suggest mirroring your loglv00 now too.


Kind regards,
Robin
Forum: AIX 09-04-2019
3,014
Posted By rbatte1
My apologies for being away for a few days. ...
My apologies for being away for a few days. There should be no difference with the process because they will both do the same thing. If the lost LUN is now available and visible to the volume...
Forum: AIX 08-22-2019
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Posted By rbatte1
You have lost access to a disk, hdisk37 How...
You have lost access to a disk, hdisk37

How is this provided? If it's a real disk, then it's broken. If it's SAN provided, then something has gone wrong in the provision.

If you can get the...
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Posted By rbatte1
Could you just do this?:-tr "§" "|" < inputfile >...
Could you just do this?:-tr "§" "|" < inputfile > outputfile




I hope that this helps,
Robin
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Posted By rbatte1
Rather that ps -ef | grep pmon | grep -v grep |...
Rather that ps -ef | grep pmon | grep -v grep | awk ...... might I suggest ps -ef | grep [p]mon | ....... instead. The square brackets are a pattern match that has only one option, but because there...
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Posted By rbatte1
Great! Glad we could help. Kind...
Great! Glad we could help.



Kind regards,
Robin
2,595
Posted By rbatte1
Does you client support the -b flag for sftp? ...
Does you client support the -b flag for sftp? That would allow you to write the commands you want in a separate file and refer to the file in your sftp command.
At the moment, the sftp command...
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Posted By rbatte1
Welcome Vinesh_123, I have a few to...
Welcome Vinesh_123,

I have a few to questions pose in response first:-
Is this homework/assignment? There are specific forums for these.
What have you tried so far?
What output/errors do...
3,836
Posted By rbatte1
I've had a few problems with systemd and a very...
I've had a few problems with systemd and a very simple start/stop script too. I was asked to set something that that was not a true service to run at boot time. After much testing and tracing, the...
1,088
Posted By rbatte1
Can you paste in some sample input? (in CODE...
Can you paste in some sample input? (in CODE tags) and which command gives you which output please?

It might be that it looks like a space to a human but it is something else however the [^ ]...
1,140
Posted By rbatte1
Sadly this doesn't really get us anywhere because...
Sadly this doesn't really get us anywhere because there is no specific question with examples. Please can you tell us:-
What OS you are using in each case? The output from uname -a would be very...
274
Posted By rbatte1
Unethical? Well, using those IP addresses, I...
Unethical? Well, using those IP addresses, I would assume that this is an unroutable segment of your network (perhaps a private or management segment) rather than a public address. Using scanning...
274
Posted By rbatte1
Have you considered the nmap tool?
Have you considered the nmap tool?
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Posted By rbatte1
Okay, so I'm a bit rusty. It's been a few years....
Okay, so I'm a bit rusty. It's been a few years. On the VIOS, did you define logical volumes to pass to the LPARs to use, or have you just tried to pass them the whole disk? You should be able to...
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Posted By rbatte1
Okay, so it's DB2. I think that it is usual for...
Okay, so it's DB2. I think that it is usual for all DB2 users to actually be OS users and you might just need to set up the trust there. You might need to use sudo to run the processes as the...
Forum: AIX 04-23-2019
614
Posted By rbatte1
It's been a few years, but I will try. It's a...
It's been a few years, but I will try. It's a bit of a memory dump I'm afraid :o Do you have serial console access to the Service Processor of the chassis? You would need a serial connection in at...
Forum: Solaris 04-17-2019
870
Posted By rbatte1
The only way I know of to properly test it is to...
The only way I know of to properly test it is to either physically pull a cable (logically if it's a virtual server) or to down the network interface card. Obviously you would down the physical card...
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Posted By rbatte1
Well Jim, it's nice to see that there are...
Well Jim, it's nice to see that there are historical backticks in the output of set for things such as gawkpath_default ;)

I must admit that I spent a few years writing awful code using backticks...
Forum: AIX 04-12-2019
1,469
Posted By rbatte1
Hello c3rb3rus, The AIX tool mksysb is very...
Hello c3rb3rus,

The AIX tool mksysb is very good and tries to do a lot for you. To answer your specific questions:-

Currently the rootvg is mirrored, once restored will it remain mirrored? ...
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Posted By rbatte1
Welcome malaika, I have a few to questions...
Welcome malaika,

I have a few to questions pose in response first:-
Is this homework/assignment? There are specific forums for these.
What have you tried so far?
What output/errors do you...
190
Posted By rbatte1
It kind of depends what you want to do with the...
It kind of depends what you want to do with the list. You can certain cut down the effort in your code by not starting lots of processes, but using Variable Substitution (look in the bash manual...
Forum: Ubuntu 04-05-2019
816
Posted By rbatte1
Thank you for the output. There are at least two...
Thank you for the output. There are at least two I've spotted which may cause you problems - Yahoo Advanced Web Search.html and Good_ bible_ verses.odt

Can you show us what happens when you try...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 04-05-2019
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Posted By rbatte1
.... but Tim, I had you pinned in my mind as...
.... but Tim, I had you pinned in my mind as James Bond - 007

:cool:



Robin
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Posted By rbatte1
Be very careful with using this because if there...
Be very careful with using this because if there are filesname with spaces, tabs or other non-printing characters, it might break again.

You might be better to use find instead:-find . -name "*d*"...
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