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Forum: AIX 02-23-2012
92,271
Posted By admin_xor
ps -ef | grep admin | awk '{ print $2 }' | xargs...
ps -ef | grep admin | awk '{ print $2 }' | xargs kill -9


or


kill -9 $( ps -ef | grep admin | awk '{ print $2 }' )
Forum: Red Hat 06-01-2012
1,344
Posted By admin_xor
For CPU speed: grep -i mhz /proc/cpuinfo ...
For CPU speed:

grep -i mhz /proc/cpuinfo


For RAM:

free -m


For disk space:

df -h
Forum: Red Hat 01-20-2013
2,709
Posted By admin_xor
I would suggest rather than decreasing the...
I would suggest rather than decreasing the reserved block percentage, use tune2fs -u to specify a user id (usually user id of the application which will use the file system, I'm assuming it's oracle...
Forum: Red Hat 01-09-2013
3,281
Posted By admin_xor
You can safely turn off the NetworkManager...
You can safely turn off the NetworkManager service. It's good for a Desktop computer but not for a server.
chkconfig NetworkManager off
service NetworkManager stop
Forum: Red Hat 12-07-2012
6,303
Posted By admin_xor
Yes, vsftpd works on the same old ftp protocol...
Yes, vsftpd works on the same old ftp protocol and supports both active and passive modes. But, it's really tightly secured. That's why the name "Very Secure FTP daemon" :D
Forum: Red Hat 12-06-2012
6,303
Posted By admin_xor
True, xinetd is not that much used now a days....
True, xinetd is not that much used now a days. But it sure does a good job of make the system resources available for other use. For an example, a PXE server serving TFTP requests. Now, do you really...
Forum: Red Hat 12-03-2012
21,088
Posted By admin_xor
I understand /dev/vg_domino8/lv_domino8_base is...
I understand /dev/vg_domino8/lv_domino8_base is still appearing. If so, try to figure out which dm device it corresponds to (from /dev/mapper) directory. Then, you may take a look at /sys/block/dm-x...
Forum: Red Hat 11-07-2012
3,754
Posted By admin_xor
If your server is configured to install rpms from...
If your server is configured to install rpms from a yum repo, you can install the package like this:


yum whatprovides *bin/service # This will give you the package name
yum install package-name
Forum: Red Hat 11-07-2012
2,499
Posted By admin_xor
Why don't you take a look at the Red Hat...
Why don't you take a look at the Red Hat documentation page!

In that way you will get to know more about it. If you come across any issue, people in this forum will be more than happy to help you...
Forum: Red Hat 10-06-2012
1,049
Posted By admin_xor
Well, what is the ftp client you are using? Have...
Well, what is the ftp client you are using? Have you opened ftp related ports on firewall i.e iptables?

Accessing your FTP server from Internet can be done of course. You have to enable NAT in...
1,875
Posted By admin_xor
What Jim said was that you should not put a...
What Jim said was that you should not put a script which is intended to be executed only by root in /usr/bin. You may place the file somewhere safer, e.g /root/bin etc. I always place the cron...
Forum: Red Hat 09-26-2012
17,945
Posted By admin_xor
You are almost correct. Just you have to do this:...
You are almost correct. Just you have to do this:

mkdir /data/sftphome/username/etc
cp /usr/share/zoneinfo/America/New_York /data/sftphome/username/etc/localtime


This should work fine.
3,810
Posted By admin_xor
A reboot is not required, just restarting the...
A reboot is not required, just restarting the network service would do just fine, provided, the correct IP, Sub-mask, etc. were made persistent.
svcadm restart network/physical
Forum: Red Hat 09-25-2012
17,945
Posted By admin_xor
Well, the timezone information is usually...
Well, the timezone information is usually /etc/localtime. Please check if this is a standalone file in the chroot's etc directory (where sftp gets chrooted to) or a symbolic link to the global...
Forum: Solaris 09-25-2012
2,184
Posted By admin_xor
Please you do not have to apologize for that....
Please you do not have to apologize for that. Your English is fine enough. Cheers!
Forum: Red Hat 09-24-2012
17,945
Posted By admin_xor
Have you checked if the timezone setting for both...
Have you checked if the timezone setting for both the machines are same?

SFTP protocol expects times in UTC, so the server sends in a format which gets misinterpreted by the client, whereas in...
Forum: AIX 09-22-2012
9,068
Posted By admin_xor
Does your system use the inbuilt firewall? You...
Does your system use the inbuilt firewall? You may want to check the max. connection settings for that port using the tcptr utility. For details, take a look at here:
IBM AIX TCP Traffic Regulation...
Forum: AIX 09-22-2012
9,068
Posted By admin_xor
Sounds more like a bug in the application rather...
Sounds more like a bug in the application rather than an OS thing. Have you tried checking with the application support team? Does the application log any error about shutting down ports?
I have...
Forum: Red Hat 09-20-2012
1,062
Posted By admin_xor
On the machine where this port needs to be...
On the machine where this port needs to be opened, execute the below commands:

iptables -I INPUT -m state --state NEW -m tcp -p tcp --dport 4902 -j ACCEPT
service iptables save
If you have an...
Forum: Red Hat 08-19-2012
13,848
Posted By admin_xor
You have to try with full path name, one of...
You have to try with full path name, one of these:

createrepo `pwd`
createrepo /var/var_rpm
Forum: Red Hat 07-24-2012
31,239
Posted By admin_xor
sethostid is a a C function defined in unistd.h...
sethostid is a a C function defined in unistd.h header file.

If you want to generate a new host ID, you may use /sbin/genhostid program which generates a random host id and writes to /etc/hostid...
Forum: Red Hat 07-24-2012
6,537
Posted By admin_xor
C-shell has a built-in nohup command. ...
C-shell has a built-in nohup command.


[unixuser@blue ~]$ csh
[unixuser@blue ~]$ nohup
nohup: Can't from terminal.
[unixuser@blue ~]$ which nohup
nohup: shell built-in command.

...
8,869
Posted By admin_xor
Sorry, but I got confused to see your post. Which...
Sorry, but I got confused to see your post. Which one is NFS server and which one is NFS client. Does the issue occur when you reboot the NFS server or the NFS client?

Do you mean to say that the...
8,869
Posted By admin_xor
I do not see the rest of the code and I'm not...
I do not see the rest of the code and I'm not used to Suse Linux, but, I think the main issue is the response time of the NFS server. Sleep causes the script to be idle for 40 seconds during which...
Forum: Red Hat 07-11-2012
1,124
Posted By admin_xor
My question to you: is there any significant...
My question to you: is there any significant performance issue? Are you planning to update your applications that may require updated kernel?

If your answers are "No", then I would say let the...
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