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Forum: Infrastructure Monitoring 08-12-2011
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Posted By sysgate
It will be better if you specify some...
It will be better if you specify some requirements or at least a particular UNIX flavor.
In general, besides Nagios, you can use Ganglia, Cacti, JFFNMS etc.
1,358
Posted By sysgate
In my previous company - yes, we were mainly...
In my previous company - yes, we were mainly using OpenSuse or Kubuntu for various tasks.
Sadly, I'm not allowed to reveal more details, but it was a smooth experience, having in mind that only...
Forum: Linux 04-14-2011
3,442
Posted By sysgate
Yes, it's a bit complicated, for me, too, but it...
Yes, it's a bit complicated, for me, too, but it works. Actually, seeing your reply, I did search with another keywords, and I found this (http://clive.sourceforge.net/) - if it's really that simple...
Forum: Linux 04-14-2011
3,442
Posted By sysgate
For streaming, wget is not going to work. If you...
For streaming, wget is not going to work. If you try to download a youtube page with it, it will simply download the source code of the page, the JS and the HTML, but not the video itself.
Here's a...
Forum: Cybersecurity 11-02-2010
1,408
Posted By sysgate
I think this questions has been answered few...
I think this questions has been answered few times, as far as I can recall, but anyway, this information is not available by default, even when you run "lsuser $USER". See this page...
7,903
Posted By sysgate
No, when you enclose something in quotes, Expects...
No, when you enclose something in quotes, Expects takes it as literal string, instead, you should use wildcard, as in :
expect "*assword" - with case sensitivity in mind
or just 'expect assword:'...
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