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Forum: Red Hat 14 Hours Ago
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Posted By Peasant
Have you considered to set following mentioned in...
Have you considered to set following mentioned in below document if you are using VPN between ?

MTU considerations | Cloud VPN | Google Cloud...
99
Posted By Peasant
You can untar without the actual copy to host : ...
You can untar without the actual copy to host :

ssh user@host "cd /existing_folder_you_wish_to_untar_to && tar -xvf -" < mytar.tar


Regards
Peasant.
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Posted By Peasant
Have you tried running the grep -E -v...
Have you tried running the grep -E -v "string1|string2" and observe the results ?

Regards
Peasant.
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Posted By Peasant
Those rrdtools based tools are quite efficient. ...
Those rrdtools based tools are quite efficient.
rrdtool is one of the gems in computing, much like MQTT Neo mentioned.

As for Prometheus, give it a shot, it's not that hard :)
But i think we...
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Posted By Peasant
Setup metrics in file using cron, something in...
Setup metrics in file using cron, something in the line of :


TM=$(date "+%Y%m%d_%H%M")
DDUMP=/some/dir
iostat -ctdxN 15 240 >> ${DDUMP}/iostat_${TM}.out &
mpstat 15 240 >>...
Forum: Solaris 1 Week Ago
394
Posted By Peasant
The procedure is documented here : Live Zone...
The procedure is documented here :

Live Zone Reconfiguration - Creating and Using Oracle(R) Solaris Zones (https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E53394_01/html/E54752/gogda.html#scrolltoc)

The feature is...
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 2 Weeks Ago
502
Posted By Peasant
For single chars, tr is more obvious choice. ...
For single chars, tr is more obvious choice.

Give it a shot, and get back here if you get stuck, showing your attempts.

Regards
Peasant.
Forum: Solaris 3 Weeks Ago
908
Posted By Peasant
Current situation is : Your T4 box has 3 IP...
Current situation is :

Your T4 box has 3 IP addresses on three interface, from one which is VNIC net1 net0 vnic0
In one point in time, these addresses have been configured...

If you wish to...
725
Posted By Peasant
Tip: inotify cron
Dear members, moderators and others.

While working on <insert project>, a need has surfaced to watch a directory, and when a file comes, to do appropriate action.
So, i started writing some...
883
Posted By Peasant
Please, do post your attempts and efforts,...
Please, do post your attempts and efforts, including operating system and shell details in future.

We would like to see how far you got before helping.

See if this helps you get started...

...
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Posted By Peasant
I've seen this mostly related to DNS query...
I've seen this mostly related to DNS query timeouts setup from client side.
The defaults are quite high on most linux/unix operating system, from AIX man page online :


In practice if you have,...
850
Posted By Peasant
Check out this example, and apply it to your...
Check out this example, and apply it to your enviroment.


[root@box ~]# id goprog
uid=1000(goprog) gid=1000(goprog) groups=1000(goprog)
[root@box ~]# id jboss
uid=666(jboss) gid=666(jboss)...
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Posted By Peasant
Check firewall-cmd or iptables -L (depending on...
Check firewall-cmd or iptables -L (depending on linux release and type) rules for specific rules, containing IP addresses in questions.
This should help, if linux firewall is used.

If not, other...
1,387
Posted By Peasant
When dealing with /etc/passwd, /etc/shadow, PAM...
When dealing with /etc/passwd, /etc/shadow, PAM or sudo files :


Have a root session / prompt opened aside from everything else, you will use this session to fix / remedy if something does not...
1,618
Posted By Peasant
Try adding the -P option to both tar commands and...
Try adding the -P option to both tar commands and omit the change directory.
Since you are extracting full paths, you do not need to cd to anywhere.


tar -Pcvf - $filename |ssh -p222...
2,158
Posted By Peasant
For DIY ... you can get a small ARM board with...
For DIY ... you can get a small ARM board with sim slot with linux installed.
Buy a sim card or make a contract, like for regular phone.

Using opensource software such as Gammu...
1,017
Posted By Peasant
Looks like you are mixing ldoms and zones on the...
Looks like you are mixing ldoms and zones on the same box ?
This is doable, but ill advised.
Create a LDOM first, then zone inside or restore flar archive directly into a LDOM.

As for exclusive...
237
Posted By Peasant
Is this virtual machine and if yes on what...
Is this virtual machine and if yes on what platform ?

If not, what driver is running for that card, which kind of card is it.
Do you have access to lspci command from pciutils ?

Hope that...
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Posted By Peasant
After 1300ish posts one should know to post error...
After 1300ish posts one should know to post error you found.
This will benefit others and be in search results.

So, please, post the solution.

Regards
Peasant.
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Posted By Peasant
Please post operating system details. Can...
Please post operating system details.

Can you show output from :

which bash
head -1 <your script> | od -cb


Regards
Peasant.
802
Posted By Peasant
Why not check it by creating some files and doing...
Why not check it by creating some files and doing for loop with a simple echo ?
Default order of things should be apparent from the output produced.

As for other requirements, it will have to be...
165
Posted By Peasant
Can you please be more precise and note your...
Can you please be more precise and note your operating system with shell details.
Offer an example of your problem and/or make better wording.

Regards
Peasant.
1,016
Posted By Peasant
Looks fine. As far as i could read online, it's...
Looks fine.
As far as i could read online, it's some kind of Oracle Linux derivative which in turn is RHEL base.

Can we see inside the guest ..

ls -lrt /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-e*...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 10-30-2019
2,966
Posted By Peasant
HAL9000 : Welcome Dave :) Regards Peasant.
HAL9000 : Welcome Dave :)

Regards
Peasant.
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Posted By Peasant
Perfectly normal. When you unplug the PS, a...
Perfectly normal.
When you unplug the PS, a fault is generated.

You can clear the fault, after you plugged it back in and it shows everything is ok.

Regards
Peasant.
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