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3,984
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Not on this system. It is on the other systems...
Not on this system. It is on the other systems where it works though. Maybe it's what's missing on these specific systems.

Carl

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Posted By BOFH
No such command on the system. Carl
No such command on the system.

Carl
3,984
Posted By BOFH
While it's happening on a unique Solaris install,...
While it's happening on a unique Solaris install, I figured it might occur on other systems so it might be more helpful here.

I'm connecting through the terminal app on a MacBook Pro via ssh.
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28,046
Posted By BOFH
For a quick view, mpstat will give you individual...
For a quick view, mpstat will give you individual CPUs. For monitoring, pinga123 is correct; sar is the answer unless you want to roll your own. I use a custom rrdtool script for my purposes.

Carl
3,984
Posted By BOFH
Solaris +vi (not vim) not using xterm termcap entry
Well, apparently anyway.

I have a Solaris 10/08 install using vi (not vim) and when I use vi to edit a file or go into cron, the screen goes into 25/80 mode and I have to send a reset or hard...
Forum: Solaris 04-27-2009
2,342
Posted By BOFH
Configure ntpdate in a startup script. It'll...
Configure ntpdate in a startup script. It'll query the time server(s) you designate and sync it.

Carl
Forum: Solaris 04-16-2009
8,289
Posted By BOFH
It can be done but it's not something that's part...
It can be done but it's not something that's part of Solaris.

Basically you'd have to check /etc/shadow for the password change date and the number of days for password changes. Get today's date,...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 04-01-2009
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Posted By BOFH
My home internet access is free. Comes with the...
My home internet access is free. Comes with the cable service ($55 a month). Work provides a Blackberry. I want to chase down an ssh client for it so I can use it. Work also blocks a bunch of sites...
Forum: Solaris 01-06-2009
3,585
Posted By BOFH
Use blastwave. I was having trouble with the...
Use blastwave. I was having trouble with the SunFreeware site, especially one of the required packages for PHP wasn't at the appropriate version on SFW. I removed all the SFW packages and went to...
2,135
Posted By BOFH
Has their password expired? I found putty bails...
Has their password expired? I found putty bails without prompts if the password needs to be changed.

Any errors in the logs? Server or Windows? The Windows event log sometimes will help with what...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 11-12-2008
27,282
Posted By BOFH
Well since Windows XP won't recognize it anyway,...
Well since Windows XP won't recognize it anyway, it's really overkill. It was cheap though. $49 (after rebates) from Tigerdirect for two 2 Gig sticks. I just couldn't pass it up.

Plus being a Unix...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 11-11-2008
27,282
Posted By BOFH
I recently bought/assembled a new gaming rig....
I recently bought/assembled a new gaming rig. Antec case, Gigabyte motherboard, E8500 Intel, 8 gigs of DDR2 800MHz ram, 2.25TB of Seagate disk, ATI 4870 512M, Sound Blaster X-Fi card, and a Logitech...
Forum: IP Networking 11-07-2008
12,784
Posted By BOFH
arp output (flags)
I'm running an arp -an on a Solaris 10 box. We're using IPMP. One of the systems is not able to see a host on the same network. The only difference between the two systems (one is having a problem,...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 11-07-2008
34,794
Posted By BOFH
Added a new computer to the mix. Picked up a...
Added a new computer to the mix. Picked up a gaming system (well built it). E8500, ATI 4870 and ATI 9250 Video Cards, 2.25TB of disk. Very fast system for gaming :)

My wife's Toshiba bit the dust...
Forum: BSD 09-23-2008
4,940
Posted By BOFH
I figured it out. I was setting up the secondary...
I figured it out. I was setting up the secondary server on my home OpenBSD box and realized I'd set the directory as "/var/named"; where the home one had it missing. I started the home one without a...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 09-23-2008
5,539
Posted By BOFH
I run Shadowrun (role playing game) every other...
I run Shadowrun (role playing game) every other Sunday and Wednesday. Right now I'm playing All Flesh Must Be Eaten (another RPG) on alternate Wednesdays.

I have it scheduled so on call is the...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 09-23-2008
34,794
Posted By BOFH
11 are on more often than not. Always On:...
11 are on more often than not.

Always On: Mandrake - firewall
Always On: OpenBSD - My server in Florida. It has DNS, E-Mail, Web, and other things I'm mucking with including my wife's Mosaic...
Forum: BSD 09-23-2008
4,940
Posted By BOFH
Well I started it like this: named -t / -c...
Well I started it like this:

named -t / -c /var/named/etc/named.conf

And it's running. From a security standpoint it's not ideal but it's working. And moving the files to the expected chroot'd...
Forum: BSD 09-23-2008
4,940
Posted By BOFH
[OpenBSD] DNS startup problem
I have the DNS files set up on my OpenBSD 4.0 amd64 system however when I run named, I get the following error in my logs:

Sep 23 10:43:03 grunty named[11608]: starting BIND 9.3.2-P1
Sep 23...
7,573
Posted By BOFH
The e-mail I received: I'm wondering...
The e-mail I received:



I'm wondering if they're really not going to delegate the two IP's to me and are just talking about A records and not PTR records. I'll have to query them and see what...
Forum: Solaris 09-09-2008
4,377
Posted By BOFH
Agree. I have a very similar setup. Get Apache...
Agree. I have a very similar setup. Get Apache and MySQL installed and working and the PHP. Once that's up, install your Wiki. I'm also using MediaWiki. I have 6 instances of it here for the various...
2,168
Posted By BOFH
Check the FAQ subforum here: Where do I...
Check the FAQ subforum here:

Where do I download LINUX & UNIX? - The UNIX and Linux Forums (https://www.unix.com/where-do-i-download-linux-unix/)

Carl
7,573
Posted By BOFH
From what I recall, the options were that they'd...
From what I recall, the options were that they'd manage the two IP's for me, or they'd delegate them to either me or to a third party. If they delegate the entire range to me then I'm good on...
Forum: Solaris 09-09-2008
14,134
Posted By BOFH
I actually don't see any space at all. ...
I actually don't see any space at all.

General
Guest OS: Sun Solaris 10 (32-bit)
CPU: 1vCPU
Memory: 768 MB
Memory Overhead: 108.09 MB

VMware Tools: not installed
IP Addresses:
DNS Name: ...
Forum: Solaris 09-08-2008
14,134
Posted By BOFH
Release: Solaris 10...
Release:

Solaris 10 8/07 s10x_u4wos_12b X86
Copyright 2007 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Use is subject to license...
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