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Forum: Linux 01-30-2008
6,004
Posted By Santi
Howto clone/migrate a volume in the SAN
Dear Srs,

I have a Linux server (linux01) booting from SAN with a volume in a Nexsan SATAbeast storage array (san01). The disk/volume has four ext3 partitions, total size is near to 400GB, but...
Forum: Linux 01-09-2008
40,817
Posted By Santi
Dear lechuga, Thanks for your reply ;-) ...
Dear lechuga,

Thanks for your reply ;-)

Regards,
Forum: Linux 01-03-2008
6,529
Posted By Santi
Strange error "host: isc_taskmgr_create: no available threads"
Dear Srs,

I'm getting this error on a Linux box, running Apache 2.0.52:

"host: isc_taskmgr_create: no available threads"

Making some search for those strings in Google, didn't tell me...
Forum: Linux 01-02-2008
40,817
Posted By Santi
Any ideas? Thanks!!
Any ideas? Thanks!!
Forum: Linux 12-31-2007
40,817
Posted By Santi
How to give UUID to a swap partition?
Dear Folks

Is there anyway to give a UUID to a swap partition? mkswap on CentOS 5 (util-linux-2.13-0.45.el5_1.1) appears to override this option ;-(


# swapoff -a
# mkswap -L swap1 /dev/sda3...
6,045
Posted By Santi
fpmurphy, thanks for your reply ;-) I want...
fpmurphy, thanks for your reply ;-)

I want to use only one script/file.. using awk -f I need at least two files, is there any solution to make this only with one script? perhaps using another way...
6,045
Posted By Santi
Modify shell variables with AWK
Dear Folks,

I have a command output something like:



And I want to store PIN0 and SIG0 in two shell variables, now I do a double awk:


PIN=`gsmctl -d /dev/ttyS0 pin sig | awk '/PIN0/ {...
30,106
Posted By Santi
I have found a excellent utility to get a list of...
I have found a excellent utility to get a list of IPs from CIDR:



An output example:



Regards,
38,593
Posted By Santi
Rsync - Preserve owner/group with different UID/GID
Dear Folks :-)

I want to rsync some files between some servers and preserve files owner and group (not UID or GID), in some machines UID and GID are differents, for example:

a) In the rsync...
30,106
Posted By Santi
Krrishv , this scripts works fine for CIDR from...
Krrishv , this scripts works fine for CIDR from /24 to /32, but for bigger networks it doenst work, example:



Thanks anyway, regards :-)
30,106
Posted By Santi
Thanks for the fast reply!! But it doesnt works...
Thanks for the fast reply!! But it doesnt works with all CIDR.. for this simple example:



Complete list according to this network must be:



I have found this module for Perl, but I prefer...
30,106
Posted By Santi
Get IP list from CIDR
Dear Srs :-)

I'm looking for a shell script, that given a network in CIDR format it lists all IPs, for example:



Preferredly a shell script, but a Perl, Python, C, etc.. is also welcome :-)...
4,377
Posted By Santi
Hello, I use this shell script for Linux...
Hello,

I use this shell script for Linux boxes,you can try to execute it with "cygwin" in you Windows Box[1]:



The entire script is avaliable at:
...
2,133
Posted By Santi
Hello, uuencode file.tar.gz | mail...
Hello,

uuencode file.tar.gz | mail admin@example.com < /dev/null

Try also with mutt:

mutt -a file.tar.gz admin@example.com < /dev/null

More info and examples at:
...
5,360
Posted By Santi
Hello, In a Linux box you can get {1,5,15}...
Hello,

In a Linux box you can get {1,5,15} mins CPU load averages from /proc/loadavg special "file" with the help of "awk", for example:



You can add this simple one-liner to a cronjob and...
25,688
Posted By Santi
Hello, Try passing...
Hello,

Try passing "--full-time/--time-style" to ls command:



Here is a little example:



Try also with "stat" command:



Read the differences between times in UNIX systems:
...
14,814
Posted By Santi
Hello, For Linux boxes I use this one-liner:...
Hello,

For Linux boxes I use this one-liner:


You can try also parsing the output of the command "ip a l", perhaps it's more efficient...



Regards,

--
Santi Saez
1,727
Posted By Santi
Hello, Try with fping [1] network utility...
Hello,

Try with fping [1] network utility instead of standar UNIX ping command.. here is a little example and her output:



I think that this fping's output is more simple to parse with awk,...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 02-16-2006
11,196
Posted By Santi
dmidecode, RAM speed = "Current Speed: Unknown"
Hello,

I have a Supermicro server with a P4SCI [1] mother board running Debian Sarge 3.1. This is the "dmidecode" output related to RAM info:



RAM speed information is incomplete.. "Current...
Forum: Cybersecurity 01-03-2006
3,403
Posted By Santi
php_admin_* directives in a phpSuExec environment
Hello,

Is there anyway to prevent users from modifying limits imposed by php.ini configuration in a phpSuExec configured PHP installation??

For example in server with PHP running in a module,...
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