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Posted By sysera
If you know what TCP port the server should be...
If you know what TCP port the server should be listening to connections on, you could telnet to that port.

For example from the server running WebLogic:
telnet localhost PORTNUMBER

If it...
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Posted By sysera
I'm in the field and I don't really have any...
I'm in the field and I don't really have any certifications to speak of. I did some extensive Solaris sanctioned training courses a few years ago to get a serious hold on an enterprise UNIX OS.
...
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Posted By sysera
This may have come from ZazzyBob at some point,...
This may have come from ZazzyBob at some point, but I've been using it for a while.


In Linux this example shows the 10 largest in /opt. Change /opt to suit.

find /opt -type f -printf "%k...
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Posted By sysera
Here is how I do mine with the slash in the...
Here is how I do mine with the slash in the username, the quotes around the variable seem to take care of the issue.


HOST='ipaddress'
USER='domain\username'
...
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Posted By sysera
Another option is to emerge the "screen" package....
Another option is to emerge the "screen" package.

I use it often.

ssh into your host:

#screen bash
#yourcommand.sh &
#screen -d
#exit
#exit

And it will continue to run.

Run:...
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Posted By sysera
My solution to this was to write a shell script...
My solution to this was to write a shell script trigger file monitor.

Every minute via cron the script checks for a trigger file containing the command or script to run, if the file is there, it...
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Posted By sysera
You can setup ssh keys. Here is a link to a...
You can setup ssh keys. Here is a link to a decent tutorial on how to do it.

http://www.arches.uga.edu/~pkeck/ssh/

Another option is using "expect".

http://expect.nist.gov/

Here is an...
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Posted By sysera
I haven't rebuilt yet, but it's slated to be done...
I haven't rebuilt yet, but it's slated to be done in the near future.

There is actually no difference at all between this system and the others. They all perform the same function, are from the...
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Posted By sysera
Cool question and a cool answer. I didn't know...
Cool question and a cool answer. I didn't know of this. Thanks to both of you. :)
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Posted By sysera
I've always done: uuencode myfile...
I've always done:

uuencode myfile myfile.mail | mail -s "myfile" address@domain.com
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Posted By sysera
Freaky, I haven't run into this one before yet. ...
Freaky, I haven't run into this one before yet. Thanks again Vgersh. All kinds of fun toys. :)
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Posted By sysera
Here is what I have now, which is working well. ...
Here is what I have now, which is working well. I'm using ssh as a test of the menu. Once I log into the server I choose, and then logout, it doesn't redraw the menu choices again for the next...
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Posted By sysera
This is also awesome. :)
This is also awesome. :)
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Posted By sysera
That's awesome vgersh, thank you very much. :)
That's awesome vgersh, thank you very much. :)
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Posted By sysera
Generating a list of choices in a menu
Hello all,

I have the below script and I'm a little stuck on the best way to continue.

Essentially I'm creating a text file (systems.txt) with a list of servers in it by hostname. Then I would...
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Posted By sysera
This is a good point, but I really do not have...
This is a good point, but I really do not have thousands of cron jobs running on this machine. There is a maximum of 6 or so and they all run with a reasonable amount of time in between each other.
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Posted By sysera
This checks out BTW. They're a match.
This checks out BTW. They're a match.
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Posted By sysera
No I have not, this is an excellent idea. I'll...
No I have not, this is an excellent idea. I'll make sure I do this first thing tommorow. Thank you. :)
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Posted By sysera
Fortunately for me too it is only a testing...
Fortunately for me too it is only a testing system, but the fact that I've had no luck getting to the root cause is a bit frightening. :)
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Posted By sysera
Just a little bump to see if anyone has any ideas...
Just a little bump to see if anyone has any ideas on this. I've yet to find any information on it. I assume many people were on holiday this past week when I posted this. Thanks guys. :)
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Posted By sysera
Multiple (thousands) of Cron Instances
Hey all,

I have a box running SUSE SLES 8 and in the past few months the box will randomly spawn thousands of instances of /USR/SBIN/CRON to the point where the box will lock up entirely. Upwards...
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Posted By sysera
Root absolutely has access to those files. ...
Root absolutely has access to those files.

You can in fact use passwords and IDs in a script as you suggest, but I would highly discourage it. There is always the possibility that the wrong...
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Posted By sysera
This is also good advice if you'd like to use the...
This is also good advice if you'd like to use the GUI.
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Posted By sysera
It's all good. Enjoy. :)
It's all good. Enjoy. :)
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Posted By sysera
Try: du -sk /Users/yourusername/
Try:

du -sk /Users/yourusername/
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