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Posted By gull04
Hi, You say in your post; But you...
Hi,

You say in your post;



But you seem to have missed out the boot messages.

Regards

Gull04
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Posted By gull04
Hi, As you are using SVM, there are a couple...
Hi,

As you are using SVM, there are a couple of things to be aware of particularly whether the root disk is a single disk or a mirror. Depending on the machine type, the internal disks could be...
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Posted By gull04
Hi, You'll need to tell us a little more...
Hi,

You'll need to tell us a little more information;


Is the system using LVM
Is the disk local or SAN
What is the underlying FS type.


But assuming that you're not using something...
Forum: Solaris 04-24-2019
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Posted By gull04
Hi, There's a quick and dirty run through of...
Hi,

There's a quick and dirty run through of domain creation here (https://talesfromthedatacenter.com/2014/04/ldom-creation/).

Regards

Gull04
Forum: AIX 03-04-2019
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Posted By gull04
Hi, Could you ping the server all the time...
Hi,

Could you ping the server all the time that you couldn't connect an other way?

Is it a Physical or Virtual? What is the "uptime" on the server? Were problems experienced connecting to any...
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Posted By gull04
Hi, You need to give us a little more help...
Hi,

You need to give us a little more help here, what OS are you using, and what type of system are you using, what shell are you running, have you tried anything? - the more information that you...
Forum: AIX 02-18-2019
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Posted By gull04
Hi, I'm going to suggest this is the issue...
Hi,

I'm going to suggest this is the issue that you have, there is an IBM thread here (https://developer.ibm.com/answers/questions/431030/tls-syslog-no-cipher-suites-in-common/) which may be worth...
Forum: Web Development 02-15-2019
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Posted By gull04
Hi Neo, To use a local (Currently Glasgow...
Hi Neo,

To use a local (Currently Glasgow UK) superlative - "most fandabidozi"! An excellent preview and I can only guess how much work must have gone into it, I cant wait to see it in full...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 02-11-2019
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Posted By gull04
After 10 years at Sea I decided on a career...
After 10 years at Sea I decided on a career switch and in 1979 is started work as an Electronic Engineer, I worked for a number of companies like Ferranti, Olivetti, Norsk Data, Motorola, Phillips,...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 01-16-2019
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Posted By gull04
Hi Neo, The two front page Icons seem to...
Hi Neo,

The two front page Icons seem to give differing results on Firefox 58.1 see attached png's.

Regards

Gull04
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Posted By gull04
Hi, You have to add the device, as follows; ...
Hi,

You have to add the device, as follows;

ldm add-vdsdev /dev/rdsk/c0t60050768018086B6E800000000000467d0s0 nhh_db_vol2@fdbkirnhhd01-vds0
ldm add-vdsdev...
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Posted By gull04
Hi Don, Thanks for the pointer regarding the...
Hi Don,

Thanks for the pointer regarding the path, it has now been amended and the build script has been corrected on the Satellite Server.

As to the "root" access problem @Bakunin, as a...
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Posted By gull04
Hi Folks, I said at the begining of this...
Hi Folks,

I said at the begining of this thread that it should have been posted in the Unix for Dummies section and as it transpired that was correct.

When we build servers like these there is...
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Posted By gull04
Hi Don, The problem isn't on the Solaris...
Hi Don,

The problem isn't on the Solaris (Whole Root Zone) server, all the other Unix servers can execute the command without issue.

This Redhat 7.4 server is the only one on the estate...
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Posted By gull04
Hi, In that case, I'd just be tempted to...
Hi,

In that case, I'd just be tempted to write your own "start|stop|restart" and put it into /etc/init.d with the Start and Kill in /etc/rc3.d. Check this thread out...
Forum: Solaris 01-11-2019
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Posted By gull04
Hi Feroccimx, I would say that if you have a...
Hi Feroccimx,

I would say that if you have a system with 2Tb of memory and have experienced performance issues, it is much more likely to be an application or configuration issue. A 3Tb swap area...
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Posted By gull04
Hi Guys, Thanks for the pointers, I'll check...
Hi Guys,

Thanks for the pointers, I'll check them out as soon as I get into the office in the morning.

Regards

Gull04
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Posted By gull04
Hi Rudi, I've been through the routing that...
Hi Rudi,

I've been through the routing that is all OK.

I've checked that the ports are open and that they are available all the way between the site - I have several hundred servers on each of...
672
Posted By gull04
Hi Rudi, There's nothing configured at...
Hi Rudi,

There's nothing configured at either end, there is a .rhosts on the target server - the problem has to lie with the second server as I have just shy of 1800 unix servers of various...
672
Posted By gull04
Issue with "rsh" on RedHat
Hi Folks,

I feel that I should be posting this in the Unix for Dummies Forum and will probably wish I'd created an account and done just that - but here goes anyway.

I have two identical...
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Posted By gull04
Hi, I've never used Zabbix, but it's likely...
Hi,

I've never used Zabbix, but it's likely that the way to start it would be to run it as a legacy service - which will mean that you'll have to create a manifest. Alternatively you could write...
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Posted By gull04
Hi, Your additional information in post #3...
Hi,

Your additional information in post #3 is insufficient, where does $tgt come from?

A good place to start would be to post the output from chxdir.sh and the script that it is called from,...
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Posted By gull04
Hi Guys, Just for reference, here is a...
Hi Guys,

Just for reference, here is a little shell script that I sometimes use to check whats available if I want to use colo(u)r.

#!/bin/bash...
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 01-09-2019
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Posted By gull04
Hi Solaris_1977, As Peasant says you can cap...
Hi Solaris_1977,

As Peasant says you can cap the cpu on zones, to limit licence costs - this model is not accepted for VM Ware. The full CPU count is licensed for each Oracle Instance (we know...
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 01-08-2019
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Posted By gull04
Hi, If you're staying on SPARC then you're...
Hi,

If you're staying on SPARC then you're staying with OVM, there are a number of options - I would have liked to stay with our current setup. While we don't run clustered for our critical apps,...
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