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Forum: Red Hat 01-21-2013
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Posted By sixstrings
Or it means you have a poorly coded application...
Or it means you have a poorly coded application that has a memory leak.

:)
Forum: Red Hat 01-20-2013
2,050
Posted By sixstrings
Also, the file systems leave a small bit of space...
Also, the file systems leave a small bit of space "unavailable" on purpose. This allows for the root user to access and perform functions in a file system that shows 100% full and not have a full...
Forum: Red Hat 01-20-2013
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Posted By sixstrings
Cache is a very good thing. It improves the...
Cache is a very good thing. It improves the performance of the OS. Do not reboot your server to clear cache.
Forum: Red Hat 01-20-2013
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Posted By sixstrings
Your sound card isn't supported by an OS designed...
Your sound card isn't supported by an OS designed for server hardware. You may be able to find a driver, but I would recommend using a distro that is more focused on laptops (fedora, ubuntu, etc)
Forum: Red Hat 01-20-2013
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Posted By sixstrings
total used free shared buffers...
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 3816 3569 247 0 118 2397
-/+ buffers/cache: 1053 2763
Swap: 3823 ...
Forum: Linux 07-27-2012
3,360
Posted By sixstrings
I agree that you should never edit the originals....
I agree that you should never edit the originals. How ever you can inplace edit a file with sed:


sed -i 's/==*/==/g' file.txt (or what ever the file is called).

I use this a lot in post...
Forum: Red Hat 05-16-2012
889
Posted By sixstrings
Google (http://www.google.com)
Google (http://www.google.com)
Forum: Red Hat 05-16-2012
890
Posted By sixstrings
You either need to register the system with RH,...
You either need to register the system with RH, which you will need to pay for, or configure your own yum repository and point it there.
Forum: Red Hat 11-14-2011
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Posted By sixstrings
you can just run echo "- - -" >...
you can just run echo "- - -" > /sys/class/fc_host/host*/scan

Then you can see the disks with fdisk and treat accordingly
Forum: Red Hat 11-03-2011
1,722
Posted By sixstrings
Make sure eth0 is configured in...
Make sure eth0 is configured in /etc/modprobe.conf. Also, make sure it is configured to come up on boot in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0.

It might be under NetworkManager control as...
Forum: Red Hat 11-03-2011
3,347
Posted By sixstrings
If you have registered the system, then you can...
If you have registered the system, then you can use yum groupinstall to install the cluster groups.

yum grouplist will show you all of the groups.

If you didn't register it or it isn't licensed...
Forum: Red Hat 06-27-2011
2,695
Posted By sixstrings
LPIC is more generalized where the RHCSA is more...
LPIC is more generalized where the RHCSA is more specialized. Go more general first
Forum: Red Hat 06-03-2011
3,765
Posted By sixstrings
it is kernel-xen not zen.
it is kernel-xen not zen.
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Posted By sixstrings
for ftp scripting I have always found lftp to be...
for ftp scripting I have always found lftp to be easier and better. Take a look at it as it looks like it has what you need.
Forum: Linux 06-01-2011
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Posted By sixstrings
knoppix
knoppix
Forum: Red Hat 06-01-2011
16,701
Posted By sixstrings
It uses virtual pages, but buffers and cache is...
It uses virtual pages, but buffers and cache is not disk cache, it is memory based cache. Windows did not do that.

Linux (and now windows) will keep data in memory cache to speed up performance. ...
Forum: Red Hat 06-01-2011
16,701
Posted By sixstrings
Actually, it started with Windows Server 2008 and...
Actually, it started with Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 for the desktop.
Forum: Red Hat 06-01-2011
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Posted By sixstrings
Are you on a sparc box? Normally you don't need...
Are you on a sparc box? Normally you don't need to use hyperterminal etc on an intel based server. Red Hat hasn't supported a sparc based platform in almost 10 years I think, though my time may be...
Forum: Red Hat 06-01-2011
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Posted By sixstrings
try to create a file in /tmp. That will answer...
try to create a file in /tmp. That will answer the permissions issue. /tmp is open to everyone.
Forum: Red Hat 06-01-2011
16,701
Posted By sixstrings
I am surprised no one has mentioned the free...
I am surprised no one has mentioned the free command:

total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 1026056 912668 113388 0 89080 ...
Forum: Linux 05-18-2011
7,044
Posted By sixstrings
You can always look at nomachine. NoMachine...
You can always look at nomachine.

NoMachine NX - Terminal Server, Desktop Virtualization and Access Management Software (http://www.nomachine.com/products.php)

The free version works really...
Forum: Linux 05-12-2011
6,638
Posted By sixstrings
My first thought is the network, maybe a duplex...
My first thought is the network, maybe a duplex mismatch. I don't see anything in the config file that would make it slow.
Forum: Linux 05-11-2011
2,254
Posted By sixstrings
The file should be located in /etc/cluster and is...
The file should be located in /etc/cluster and is called cluster.conf. You can create it using system-config-cluster or by using the luci web-based management tool.
Forum: Red Hat 04-12-2011
4,008
Posted By sixstrings
Use this in your rm tag. <rm...
Use this in your rm tag.


<rm log_facility="local4" log_level="7">
Forum: Red Hat 04-06-2011
3,915
Posted By sixstrings
emcpadmn export_mappings -f <file name> on the...
emcpadmn export_mappings -f <file name> on the one node then copy to the other node(s)

emcpadmn import_mappings -f <file name from above> to import

If the luns are shared though, why do you...
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