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Forum: AIX 04-05-2011
2,661
Posted By thenomad
Very novel idea and I used similar structs in the...
Very novel idea and I used similar structs in the past. But this time, nagios monitoring is what we are sticking to for simplifying the operations staff's work. So, I have to get this one fixed such...
Forum: HP-UX 03-31-2011
5,069
Posted By thenomad
Since your uname string says NCR unix, I don't...
Since your uname string says NCR unix, I don't believe it is hpux related as this forum is, but it won't hurt checking if the sys1 is on the same network as your sys2 and listening incoming smtp...
Forum: AIX 03-31-2011
5,364
Posted By thenomad
Well, I saw your awk solution and I am not sure...
Well, I saw your awk solution and I am not sure if there is anything wrong with that. The command 'date' is a fickle b*+c4 (pardon the language) and doesn't work portably between any two flavor of...
Forum: AIX 03-31-2011
5,364
Posted By thenomad
It is not quite clear if you want to just see the...
It is not quite clear if you want to just see the timestamp of a file and change it or use it in a string.

are you trying to change the last modified date/time of the file ?
or
are you just...
Forum: HP-UX 03-31-2011
9,643
Posted By thenomad
Permission before mounting the share is the...
Permission before mounting the share is the permissions and ownership for the local directory (which you use for mountpoint) and permissions after mounting, is the permissions for the filesystem...
Forum: AIX 03-31-2011
2,661
Posted By thenomad
EtherChannel interface ping pelicularity
I have few AIX servers in my data center, which have their EtherChannel configured to have a fat pipe (active/active) and a nagios server to monitor the server uptimes. Nagios server pings every...
Forum: AIX 09-02-2009
78,688
Posted By thenomad
Thank you.. The output will be sufficient for a...
Thank you.. The output will be sufficient for a quick and dirty peek at the CPU hogs.

---------- Post updated at 10:20 AM ---------- Previous update was at 09:51 AM ----------

my hpux solution:...
Forum: AIX 09-02-2009
78,688
Posted By thenomad
Need a list of top 10 CPU using processes (also top 10 memory hogs, separately)
Okay, I am trying to come up with a multi-platform script to report top ten CPU and memory hog processes, which will be run by our enterprise monitoring application as an auto-action item when the...
Forum: HP-UX 06-22-2009
3,609
Posted By thenomad
If you have tried to convert your system to...
If you have tried to convert your system to trusted system, or vice-versa, all your users' status have been changed to LOCKED. You need to unlock the users one by one.


cat /etc/passwd | while...
Forum: HP-UX 06-19-2009
7,463
Posted By thenomad
Also, pointing the obvious, assuming your server...
Also, pointing the obvious, assuming your server is not the mail gateway for youe whole corporation, check with the mail relay admins. They might not be allowing masquerading at all, in which case...
Forum: HP-UX 06-18-2009
7,463
Posted By thenomad
edit /etc/mail/sendmail.cf find the line...
edit /etc/mail/sendmail.cf

find the line starting with letters DM (and most probably has nothing else following these two letters) and make it look like

DMxxx.com

where xxx.com is your...
Forum: HP-UX 06-17-2009
4,029
Posted By thenomad
do you by any chance have a file called ...
do you by any chance have a file called

/etc/securetty

with the word "console" in it ? (without the quotation marks of course)
Forum: HP-UX 06-17-2009
4,900
Posted By thenomad
HP's startup stuff can be a little tricky if you...
HP's startup stuff can be a little tricky if you don't know what you are doing. Having said that, it ain't no magic at all.

I am assuming you have a startup/shutdown script for your database right...
Forum: AIX 05-20-2009
3,007
Posted By thenomad
First off, thank you for your answer. Secondly,...
First off, thank you for your answer. Secondly, how secure is the data deletion using the format utility of diag ? Is it writing certain patterns on the existing disk blocks to obliterate them or...
Forum: AIX 05-20-2009
3,007
Posted By thenomad
Permanentky deleting data from disk drives for a decommissioned server.
I am about to retire several servers and need to delete the company confidential data from the internal disks under LVM control. Is there a proven and easy way to accomplish this ?

Thanks for all...
Forum: AIX 04-13-2009
53,628
Posted By thenomad
Thank you for the information. I will test this...
Thank you for the information. I will test this on my first maintenance day/night.

Cheers,
Forum: AIX 04-13-2009
53,628
Posted By thenomad
But my question is, when the active interface...
But my question is, when the active interface fails for some reason (say someone unplugged the wrong cabe on the switch side, simple mistake) will the ent2 and ent3 change positions in the entstat...
Forum: AIX 04-10-2009
53,628
Posted By thenomad
Yeah that is a good idea but going thru the errpt...
Yeah that is a good idea but going thru the errpt output for interface failures is not something I really want to do. In addition, this command I am looking for, will be given to the folks with no...
Forum: AIX 04-09-2009
53,628
Posted By thenomad
The output for this comman is quite long and...
The output for this comman is quite long and provides pretty much the same information as entstat -d enX command for ann exX values. How can I tell the status of my 2 etherchannel'ed interfaces...
Forum: AIX 04-08-2009
53,628
Posted By thenomad
How to find the active network inteface on etherchannel
I have a server with multiple network interfaces. 2 of these interfaces, lets say en2 and en6 make up an etherchannel interface, which let's say en8.

when I run the command

lsattr -El ent8
...
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