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Forum: Solaris 03-16-2009
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Posted By TonyFullerMalv
$ timex <scriptname> Would give you the...
$ timex <scriptname>

Would give you the duration, ref:
timex(1) &ndash; time a command; report process data and system activity (man pages section 1: User Commands) - Sun Microsystems...
3,650
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
The "||" means only run what is after the "||" if...
The "||" means only run what is after the "||" if the code before the "||" fails, the opposite is "&&" which means only run what is after the "&&" if the code before the "&&" has succeeded, e.g.:
...
Forum: Cybersecurity 01-07-2011
2,658
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
The "per domain" certificate may be your root CA...
The "per domain" certificate may be your root CA certificate?
1. The certificate can be used for various services on the one server, with the proviso below.
2. The host name in the certificate...
Forum: Solaris 01-16-2011
11,429
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
I am not familiar with Solaris for...
I am not familiar with Solaris for Intel/OpenSolaris but presumably you may boot up into single user mode by doing something at the grub stage (See Boot OpenSolaris into Single User Mode Mike Gerdts...
2,558
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
The error is in line 29 of your script and is...
The error is in line 29 of your script and is presumably because you need spaces between [[ and "$ERRORCOUNT" (which would be better written as "${ERRORCOUNT}" while you are at it) and also between ...
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Posted By TonyFullerMalv
for SFILE in `ls sqcu*v.log`; do TFILE=`echo...
for SFILE in `ls sqcu*v.log`; do
TFILE=`echo ${SFILE} | sed 's/sqcu/dcsu/'`
mv ${SFILE} ${TFILE}
done
Forum: Solaris 07-08-2009
4,438
Posted By TonyFullerMalv
Looks okay to me, the "-R /" is the default so...
Looks okay to me, the "-R /" is the default so does not need to be specified, I always do a "-e description" as well, I think excluding /tmp is built into the flarcreate...
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