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Forum: AIX 06-19-2007
17,008
Posted By alpha(*)test
check kernel file
can u give the below o/p ?

1. ls -l /unix
2. ls -l /usr/lib/boot/unix
3. ls -l /usr/lib/boot/unix_64 /usr/lib/boot/unix_mp

the size of unix_mp or unix_64 should nto be zero in the o/p of...
Forum: AIX 06-19-2007
9,031
Posted By alpha(*)test
aio0
1. you need to change the state of aio to avaialble..

check o/p of "lsattr -El aio0"... one of the line should be :
autoconfig available STATE to be configured at system restart True

if...
Forum: AIX 06-19-2007
4,391
Posted By alpha(*)test
try nmon
the nmon can be enabled to collect data and kep for future reference. you can consider this option, however i am not sure abt historical data... check errpt for any problemaic disks.
Forum: AIX 06-19-2007
7,541
Posted By alpha(*)test
change user settings
lock their user account so they cannot login:

chuser account_locked=true <user_name>
Forum: AIX 06-19-2007
4,514
Posted By alpha(*)test
try hmcsuperadmin
try hmcsuperadmin profile. it has got all access.... create/delete lpars, capacity changes, dlpar operations, etc etc.
Forum: AIX 02-22-2006
3,182
Posted By alpha(*)test
ssh
this is justone thign i know....

as for as ssh or ssh2 is concerned, there is a /.shosts file in root directory.
This directory mush have the entries of the other server user account, can also be...
Forum: AIX 02-22-2006
14,508
Posted By alpha(*)test
lsof command
ls of command stands for "list open file systems". The command returns the user processes that are actively using a file system. It is sometimes helpful in determining why a file system remains in...
Forum: AIX 01-22-2006
42,164
Posted By alpha(*)test
you can change the UID, no problem... the system...
you can change the UID, no problem... the system will think that you are root since it has uid=0...

so no problem...... :cool:
Forum: AIX 01-09-2006
2,435
Posted By alpha(*)test
to make it available for all users, add that...
to make it available for all users, add that entry to the /etc/profile file.. which is gloabally run for all users..
Forum: AIX 01-09-2006
2,435
Posted By alpha(*)test
permanent aliases
the aliases that you make in shell are only temporary, so when u logout it will be gone.

to make it permanent, add the alias to your .profile or .dtprofile in your home directory. Both these are...
Forum: AIX 01-09-2006
1,797
Posted By alpha(*)test
try mounting that device form that server as if...
try mounting that device form that server as if it was a cd....
Forum: AIX 01-09-2006
2,924
Posted By alpha(*)test
suggestion
write the date script in such a way that depending on some parameter passed along with it, it will show the output.....

example: in the script you can execute as:

date `$0`

this will pass...
3,250
Posted By alpha(*)test
suggestion
the $? will return the exit code of the previous command executed....

the value depends on the success of the last command...

0 is always used to denote a success

other values depend on the...
Forum: AIX 01-04-2006
5,753
Posted By alpha(*)test
size check
the RAM in your machine will have a device file assiciated with it in the /dev directory... usually its /dev/mem0, if u have another RAM its /dev/mem0 and /dev/mem1 etc.....

to find out the real...
Forum: AIX 01-04-2006
7,307
Posted By alpha(*)test
A typical mksysb image is generally in a size...
A typical mksysb image is generally in a size range from about 91MB to about
1.5GB

it also depends on what version of AIX u r using ... but typically it comes to around within 1.5GB
2,085
Posted By alpha(*)test
some suggestion
in the first line of your script, use #!/bin/bash rather than #!/bin/bash -x and then in your second line of the script give "set -x"

also start the script using bash <script name> or by setting...
Forum: AIX 01-03-2006
42,164
Posted By alpha(*)test
tricky way...............
theres one more way to give a user the exact root priveldges....

the system considers a user as root only based on the uid and gid of the user...

for a root (uid=0 and gid=0)

so you can edit...
Forum: AIX 01-03-2006
4,256
Posted By alpha(*)test
suggestion
however you copy a file, even in a local machine, it takes the permission of the user authorizing it... so permissions do change...

try to change the permission using ssh after copying the file or...
1,541
Posted By alpha(*)test
what u have done is correct..... just one...
what u have done is correct.....

just one pitfall for HARD links, dont create hard links for files across filesystems.... they can only be created for files in the same FS
23,561
Posted By alpha(*)test
just issuing "mount" or "df" will never harm...
just issuing "mount" or "df" will never harm anything... so dont worry anything about it ...

some of the errors u may get while mounting is :
--filesystem does not have permission (in case of...
2,085
Posted By alpha(*)test
need clarification
i dont understand what u mean.....

"env" what u meant by that???? i dont understand that abbreviation. can u specify the line that u have a doubt with...
Forum: AIX 01-03-2006
9,641
Posted By alpha(*)test
very simple code
if u want a ver sinple code.... here it is:

#! /sbin/ksh

read p,n,r

si=`expr $p \* $n \* $r \\ 100`

echo "Simple intrerest is $si "
Forum: AIX 01-03-2006
12,599
Posted By alpha(*)test
/var is mainly used as a lv for storing log...
/var is mainly used as a lv for storing log files....

use skulker to clean up the old unwanted files... u can also configure skulker to your needs....

if ur using hacmp, the nlogs will be in...
Forum: AIX 01-03-2006
9,592
Posted By alpha(*)test
if u are unable to remove the old_rootvg usind...
if u are unable to remove the old_rootvg usind alt_disk_install -X command, then you have to manually remove the entries from the odm only... but be careful not to tamper with the odm....

also...
23,561
Posted By alpha(*)test
just type the mount commmand without any options...
just type the mount commmand without any options or the df command to find out all the mounted filesystems...
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