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Posted By vbe
This reminds me of silly situations I found...
This reminds me of silly situations I found myself from time to time... when a server goes wrong and at reboot, needs manual instruction to continue to boot, only when it happens it looses its...
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Posted By vbe
Yes... Not sure I understood all...
Yes...

Not sure I understood all requirement, but I will give an example I do for a dept here:
Statisticians in groupA should be able to execute and modify files of statisticians in GroupB but...
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Posted By vbe
Exporting in the environment variable PATH a file...
Exporting in the environment variable PATH a file name is searching for trouble...


It is unclear to me what you are wanting to achieve, usually you add/use a log file to trace what a program is...
Forum: Linux 1 Week Ago
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Posted By vbe
I would add to zxmaus comment that windows does...
I would add to zxmaus comment that windows does not use ascii natively except when fiddling in a ascii text terminal... windows tends to use a MS... UTF(X) that looks like something between UTF8 and...
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Posted By vbe
Greetings and welcome! You have not...
Greetings and welcome!

You have not explained what kind of production box you have, I understand that you are talking of a Web server, am I right? I know HP has something for stressing servers...
Forum: HP-UX 2 Weeks Ago
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Posted By vbe
Greetings I think the last CD for HPUX 10.20 is...
Greetings
I think the last CD for HPUX 10.20 is of 2001 but could be 2003 but these were mostly security patches the last bundle with upgrades etc. were of 1999 now it may be that for 775 you had a...
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Posted By vbe
Greetings and Happy New Year! You can't...
Greetings and Happy New Year!

You can't judge like that what is good/bad...
Oracle is no ordinary user: many users access to files using oracle UID the same for processes etc
So it will depend...
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Posted By vbe
I agree also, I did lose files after crashes...
I agree also,

I did lose files after crashes but in the early 90s on HP-UX 8, or Linux 0.99... can't remember after with JFS...

As Neo mentions, its not the OS crash the vulnerability but more...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 3 Weeks Ago
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Posted By vbe
Hi Neo, my 2 cents: You maybe did so but if...
Hi Neo,
my 2 cents:
You maybe did so but if not, knowing the type of process it involves, I would have chosen as you did a calm period for the task, and to not waste proc time due to the different...
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Posted By vbe
Oh, for the system, ask how many concurrent users...
Oh, for the system, ask how many concurrent users you had accessing the apps on the mainframe, be sure to have enough pseudottys, on the Unix, then remember the users once connected may well be...
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Posted By vbe
The most difficult is not the conversion, once...
The most difficult is not the conversion, once you know what is going on you can figure out how long it will take, its more if you are talking of production, negociating the downtime, the time to...
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Posted By vbe
As jgt already mentionned, we dont have much info...
As jgt already mentionned, we dont have much info on what /what extent you are moving what from mainframe to unix, COBOL is just the language used to program.... when I had to do the migration from...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 3 Weeks Ago
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Posted By vbe
Merry Xmas!
Merry Xmas!
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Posted By vbe
I am missing something here... ...
I am missing something here...
./countemail.sh: : Is that the script you gave us ?
Since when a csv file is a script? file-to-convert.csv > file.html
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Posted By vbe
Just replace your ls by what you want to do, in...
Just replace your ls by what you want to do, in your one liner above...
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Posted By vbe
So your one-liner will not help you if you have...
So your one-liner will not help you if you have more than 3, as it will not take account or will all be in num3, and if someone enters:
1,23,45 you are stuck too...
If you continue with your...
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Posted By vbe
Welcome on board, I think the beginning...
Welcome on board,

I think the beginning would be to understand the line of code you posted, first...
what will read do? Why read -p?
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Posted By vbe
Welcome on board, Is this homework? If so we...
Welcome on board,

Is this homework? If so we have a special forum for that:
https://www.unix.com/homework-and-coursework-questions/
And it has its special rules you have to comply with.

If...
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Posted By vbe
#! /bin/bash declare -A crypt=( ...
#! /bin/bash
declare -A crypt=( ['@_banana']="A" ['99_melon']="a" ['AZ_GRAPE']="B" ['!!_stars']="b" ['81_xxxxxx']="C" ['computer']="c" ['111_space']=' ' ...
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Posted By vbe
Welcome on board! Thanks in applying our...
Welcome on board!

Thanks in applying our rules, not often we see newcomers doing that from the beginning...
Now, for what reason is your code a one liner? Do you think people will loose time...
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Posted By vbe
Ever considered deploying Nagios? Addendum: ...
Ever considered deploying Nagios?

Addendum:
More seriously, many options you have and we can't decide for you... About Nagios: Depending on your aim (looking at what your script returns...) It...
Forum: AIX 12-05-2019
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Posted By vbe
I suggest you look also at AIX Open Source...
I suggest you look also at AIX Open Source Packages | Main / AIX Open Source Packages (http://www.perzl.org/aix/) what Michael has for AIX 5.3...
Forum: AIX 12-05-2019
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Posted By vbe
If you can wait sometime beginning next year, I...
If you can wait sometime beginning next year, I may have something...
I had to remove all my stuff from work, and filled 18 boxes... and now resting at the end of my garage, only I am lightly...
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Posted By vbe
Well the answer is a bash profile is for bash,...
Well the answer is a bash profile is for bash, csh has its own profile just like KSH etc... So if you want your bash variabes to be initiated in csh you will have to put them in a .cshrc file, note...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 11-28-2019
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Posted By vbe
Welcome on board Simon!
Welcome on board Simon!
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