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Forum: Solaris 06-13-2011
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Posted By jim mcnamara
You have a bad disk block. Disks have reserve...
You have a bad disk block. Disks have reserve blocks to move bad block data into.

If you still have errors on the same disk, the disk could not 'heal' itself. It is time to back up the disks...
Forum: Solaris 05-26-2011
2,067
Posted By hergp
You can login as root instead of admin and then...
You can login as root instead of admin and then you get a plain shell prompt. You can use the shutdown command as you would on a normal linux server.

The default passwort for root is mentioned in...
18,775
Posted By Perderabo
How about this: #! /bin/bash shopt -s dotglob...
How about this:
#! /bin/bash
shopt -s dotglob

function process_directory
{
local olddir
olddir=$(pwd)
cd $1
for name in * ; do
if [[ $name...
Forum: Tips and Tutorials 12-28-2006
684,109
Posted By Perderabo
find command -mtime -ctime -atime
The find command uses arguments like:
-mtime -2
-mtime +2
-mtime 2

There are -ctime and -atime options as well. Since we now understand the differences among mtime, ctime, and atime, by...
Forum: Tips and Tutorials 07-31-2005
684,109
Posted By Perderabo
mtime, ctime, and atime
Unix keeps 3 timestamps for each file: mtime, ctime, and atime. Most people seem to understand atime (access time), it is when the file was last read. There does seem to be some confusion between...
Forum: Linux 05-12-2011
10,097
Posted By kumaran_5555
It is little complex as you are new to this. ...
It is little complex as you are new to this.

Go through this tutorial, this is pretty clear and sure you will get your answer.

DNS (Domain Name Services, named, ndc)...
3,492
Posted By AlphaLexman
The history command in 'ksh' is actually an alias...
The history command in 'ksh' is actually an alias to hist -l.

Use the syntax as such:
hist -l 1 999Where [1] is the first line of your history, and [999] is the last line of history you are...
29,993
Posted By Neo
User Guide: Posting in the Emergency Forum
Emergency UNIX and Linux Support !! Help Me! Forum (Request Urgent Help) (https://www.unix.com/emergency-unix-linux-support-help-me/)

README FIRST: How to Request Emergency or Urgent Help:


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