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Posted By vbe
Welcome on board.. We have a forum for...
Welcome on board..


We have a forum for all to do with class work etc... please post in that forum
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Forum: What is on Your Mind? 1 Week Ago
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Posted By vbe
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Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 4 Weeks Ago
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Looking at your line and what I know of find...
Looking at your line and what I know of find command, I would rather say find works as it should on AIX, and that your find does not look like a standard find command, why ? first find uses 2...
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Posted By vbe
Can you show us the output of any good df command...
Can you show us the output of any good df command ( df -m, df -k etc...)?
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Posted By vbe
First thing: Who owns those files and what perms...
First thing: Who owns those files and what perms do you have on those directories? ( and contained files...)
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Posted By vbe
Well usually file file-name should give you a...
Well usually file file-name should give you a good start...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-18-2019
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Posted By vbe
Welcome Peasant! And well done... :cool:
Welcome Peasant!
And well done... :cool:
Forum: OS X (Apple) 08-10-2019
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Posted By vbe
I wonder if its not to do with some untested...
I wonder if its not to do with some untested hardware issue since apple using intel processors seem to have changed regularly the inners, things less current when under powerPC ( I still have 2 of...
Forum: Programming 08-05-2019
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Posted By vbe
Welcome on board, We are missing what shell,...
Welcome on board,
We are missing what shell, language, OS and their versions you are using...
in \(select tname from tab where REGEXP_LIKE(TNAME,\'\_H$\'\))\"
From what I see above, not knowing...
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Posted By vbe
Unless you write your own status routine you...
Unless you write your own status routine you won't be able to get that information, in any case ftp is quite dumb and will always give you the status on the command itself, not what is has done......
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 07-19-2019
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Posted By vbe
Greetings and welcome, In order to give you a...
Greetings and welcome,
In order to give you a useful answer, we need to understand your aim, and know a bit more about your system: Architecture (processor: SPARC, PA-RISC, INTEL, X86...) the...
Forum: HP-UX 06-29-2019
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Posted By vbe
I would try to start all from scratch, that means...
I would try to start all from scratch, that means remove using rmdev the device then ioscan -insf then see if it shows up correctly, ah vg01 was already present? so there might be a mismatch...
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Posted By vbe
try the cmd tr: Tried on my mac... df -k |...
try the cmd tr:
Tried on my mac...
df -k | grep -v -i Filesystem | grep -v ":" | awk '{print $5}'| tr [%] [\12]
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Posted By vbe
In order to help one needs to know the...
In order to help one needs to know the permissions of the directory containing your data files, the permissions of the data files and the permissions of the script itself + your ID ... Without that...
Forum: AIX 05-30-2019
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Posted By vbe
IMHO it would use what it has so 7.1... You do...
IMHO it would use what it has so 7.1...
You do have a mksysb somewhere I hope? Thats would be the best deal to put all at the level of that image... then you could start all again... When you say...
Forum: AIX 05-29-2019
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Posted By vbe
altinst_rootvg is the name to the alternate...
altinst_rootvg is the name to the alternate rootvg you can boot from, as backup don't make boot disks... So not sure what results you can expect from what you done so far.

Neo gave you the man...
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Posted By vbe
You need to know which volume group you have ...
You need to know which volume group you have with that disk space to spare ( remember to always keep some free in order to extend logical volumes in that volume group before having to add extra...
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Posted By vbe
I will add after the above posts: I dont use...
I will add after the above posts:
I dont use bash so I may be wrong, but why do you single quotes in the while line?
You use variable I dont see initialised so no idea what they contain
I have...
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Posted By vbe
Greetings and welcome to our forum depends...
Greetings and welcome to our forum

depends what you call right after...
Without knowing your OS and its version no one will take the risk of giving you any advise, as start stop implementation...
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Posted By vbe
Have you tried login with another account? Just...
Have you tried login with another account?
Just to be sure you have not a corrupted environment....
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Posted By vbe
Ok you are on aIX, but you are not in front of...
Ok you are on aIX, but you are not in front of the server with a IBM console under the nose or yes it is the case...
So how are you connected to your AIX box ? from a PC via ssh using putty?
I have...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 05-08-2019
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Posted By vbe
So someone writing in any forum or open support...
So someone writing in any forum or open support site something like " after updating with patch xxx.vv I get error YYY cannot resolve... " It would be rejected by Google AI... Difficult to believe...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 05-08-2019
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Posted By vbe
So the way the title is formulated has an...
So the way the title is formulated has an impact... hmmm
But asking a question, a suggestion or help in plain english doesn't mean to be verbose, you expect that in the body...

This may relaunch...
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Posted By vbe
find is a command where there may be differences...
find is a command where there may be differences in implementation depending on OS...
What OS and version are you using?
I would suggest you run your command line again and replace the remove by...
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Posted By vbe
I let you search as it seems to be an old...
I let you search as it seems to be an old version, but I installed more than a year ago but I forgot what for and it was a prereq for what I needed, and for this package libXft-2.3.2-1 had these...
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