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Forum: Red Hat 09-18-2009
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Posted By s93366
First you need to configure sendmail to route...
First you need to configure sendmail to route mails to your exchange server (SMTP)

Modify /etc/mail/sendmail.cf
modify the line starting with DS to

DSmymailserver.mydomain.com


restart...
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Posted By s93366
I have worked a lot with NetApp filers and Oracle...
I have worked a lot with NetApp filers and Oracle databases on Solaris.

With NFS and a 1gbit etherenet connection you should be able to reach around 50-90MB / sec in sequential reads/writes.
...
Forum: Linux 07-03-2009
6,414
Posted By s93366
You could also replace the standard syslogd with...
You could also replace the standard syslogd with syslog-ng if you need to filter.
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Posted By s93366
#!/bin/bash for i in `ls $1` do if [ `echo...
#!/bin/bash
for i in `ls $1`
do
if [ `echo -n $i|wc --char` -eq 3 ]
then
echo $i
fi
done
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Posted By s93366
#!/bin/bash line1="hello1" line2="hello1" ...
#!/bin/bash

line1="hello1"
line2="hello1"

if [ "$line1" = "$line2" ]
then
echo match

else

echo not a match

fi
3,469
Posted By s93366
make sure you are in the correct directory before...
make sure you are in the correct directory before issuing the command:

rm -rf *

will remove all files and directories.

use with care!!!
Forum: Solaris 12-19-2008
5,472
Posted By s93366
try the dtrace toolkit
try the dtrace toolkit
Forum: Ubuntu 12-18-2008
43,797
Posted By s93366
a basic unix daemon does the following: fork...
a basic unix daemon does the following:

fork
close all filedescriptors (stdout,stderr, etc)
chdir /
signal handeling (sighup, sigterm etc)
while
do stuff
sleep(xx)
done

(example in C: ...
Forum: Linux 11-25-2008
12,977
Posted By s93366
it might be that linux uses free memory for...
it might be that linux uses free memory for caches (it fills up as the server runs).

example:

# free -m

total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: ...
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 11-19-2008
2,101
Posted By s93366
check the diff command
check the diff command
2,794
Posted By s93366
if [ "`ssh boxB 'ping 172.1.1.1'`" ]; then.... ...
if [ "`ssh boxB 'ping 172.1.1.1'`" ]; then....

The problem is that when using ` xxx ` you will substitue that with the return of the command...

so when this is executed your code will look like...
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Posted By s93366
select=$1 if [ "$select" = "" ] then ...
select=$1

if [ "$select" = "" ]
then

echo "1) first option"
echo ""
echo "2) second option"
echo ""
echo "*) please enter the correct option"

read select
fi

case $select in
1)...
1,114
Posted By s93366
well im no csh expert but this will do the trick ...
well im no csh expert but this will do the trick


#!/bin/csh

if ( $#argv <= 1 ) then
echo Usage: 2 parameters are required
exit 1
endif

echo $#argv numbers were entered

set...
Forum: Gentoo 10-23-2008
8,861
Posted By s93366
If its a redhat clone you can use kickstart ...
If its a redhat clone you can use kickstart

How to Install Red Hat Linux via PXE and Kickstart (http://www.stanford.edu/~alfw/PXE-Kickstart/PXE-Kickstart.html)
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Posted By s93366
why cant you change to another com port in putty....
why cant you change to another com port in putty.
connection->Serial->serial line to connect to
1,204
Posted By s93366
try type bin before you use the get command. ...
try type bin before you use the get command.

It might be that the file gets downloaded as a textfile and not a binary file

/peter
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Posted By s93366
example: echo "1 2 3 4 5" |tr -d [:SPACE:] ...
example:

echo "1 2 3 4 5" |tr -d [:SPACE:]


will do the trick

/peter
1,953
Posted By s93366
it seems the -f option is not supported in the...
it seems the -f option is not supported in the Solaris time command. You could try and download the GNU version and make sure the script uses it

or you could make a uname and some if statements to...
Forum: Solaris 05-21-2008
4
3,149
Posted By s93366
on the clients you may also look at options like...
on the clients you may also look at options like rsize, wsize and directio (for certain applications) on the client side

check the man pages.

/peter
Forum: Solaris 03-17-2008
2,564
Posted By s93366
When compiling things you could run in to all...
When compiling things you could run in to all kind of problems that can take much time to solve if your not experienced with compiling things on Solaris.

Its much easier to try and download what...
Forum: Solaris 03-17-2008
7,661
Posted By s93366
It seems ok, but since this is posted in the...
It seems ok, but since this is posted in the solaris forums you could be running Solaris 10 wich uses a different method for controling inetd.

inetadm is the command to use

(check the syntax...
Forum: Solaris 02-27-2008
3,238
Posted By s93366
The book Solaris Internals is a good start.
The book Solaris Internals is a good start.
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Posted By s93366
I would recommend that you install Linux...
I would recommend that you install Linux (OpenSUSE, Fedora, debian or someother well known distrubtion)
They all have lots of drivers for diffrent hardware so it shouldnt be a problem with your...
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Posted By s93366
There are many UNIX operatingsystems of diferent...
There are many UNIX operatingsystems of diferent flavors, they all have diffrent hardware requirments

For example,

Solaris runs on SPARC and X86
HP-UX runs on PA-RISC and Itanium
IBM AIX runs...
Forum: Solaris 02-18-2008
3,308
Posted By s93366
Checkout the growfs command I have never...
Checkout the growfs command

I have never used it.... :)

I would recommend you to backup all your data before trying it..

/Peter
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