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1,076
Posted By rbatte1
This appears to be a conflict between the server...
This appears to be a conflict between the server and the network switches all along. We have redefined them as LACP balanced connections and later the network team have done the same to the switch...
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Posted By rbatte1
It is usually (but not always) better to keep to...
It is usually (but not always) better to keep to a single A record for an IP address with a matching PTR record so the IP address can be used to find out the host. Other things, such as service...
Forum: Shell Programming and Scripting 2 Weeks Ago
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Posted By rbatte1
I'm a bit confused what you are trying to do with...
I'm a bit confused what you are trying to do with more Expected.del | cut -d, -f1 >> Original.out You might really want just cut -d, -f1 Expected.del >> Original.out

The more command is not the...
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Posted By rbatte1
If you have them in a file, how about:-cut -f-3...
If you have them in a file, how about:-cut -f-3 -d"." input|sort|uniq -cWould that do? It's not quite the pretty output, but you get the detail you need.



I hope that this helps,
Robin
1,076
Posted By rbatte1
Creation was with nmcli yes, although I think we...
Creation was with nmcli yes, although I think we have Network Manager service turned off. The course I went on suggested it doesn't work :(

This might actually be a network team thing, as in the...
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Posted By rbatte1
Changing single path NIC to a teamed connection in same subnet
Dear all,

I have a remote CentOS7 server that has two network cards. Each card has four ports and port one of card one was defined with the IP address assigned to the server. So far, so good and...
Forum: AIX 09-16-2019
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Posted By rbatte1
Just a thought (and trying to avoid downtime) can...
Just a thought (and trying to avoid downtime) can you not add the new LUNs into the VG and then migrate them with the server still live? I've done this very successfully and prevented needless...
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Posted By rbatte1
So, can you show us the output that you are...
So, can you show us the output that you are getting? I'm wondering if you are being prompted for the SSH key passphrase as opposed to the remote user password.

A simple test would be something...
1,064
Posted By rbatte1
Hello userguy I don't see an attachment. ...
Hello userguy

I don't see an attachment. Can you paste it in CODE tags perhaps?




Thanks, in advance,
Robin
Forum: AIX 09-11-2019
2,145
Posted By rbatte1
I would suggest mirroring your loglv00 now too. ...
I would suggest mirroring your loglv00 now too.


Kind regards,
Robin
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Posted By rbatte1
How is your server trying to connect to the relay...
How is your server trying to connect to the relay mta6.am0.yahoodns.net? You might try to check if you can get a response from telnet mta6.am0.yahoodns.net 25

Maybe you could also post us the...
1,064
Posted By rbatte1
This doesn't say if you can actually open the...
This doesn't say if you can actually open the connection as the correct user. Does that work even? If not, please show us the command(s) you use and the output/errors so we can assist with that...
1,406
Posted By rbatte1
Depending of the purpose, if you are in a shell...
Depending of the purpose, if you are in a shell script and need to do this, you might:-

while read line
do
cut_line="${line% *}" # Note that the space is the literal...
Forum: AIX 09-04-2019
2,145
Posted By rbatte1
My apologies for being away for a few days. ...
My apologies for being away for a few days. There should be no difference with the process because they will both do the same thing. If the lost LUN is now available and visible to the volume...
Forum: AIX 08-22-2019
2,145
Posted By rbatte1
You have lost access to a disk, hdisk37 How...
You have lost access to a disk, hdisk37

How is this provided? If it's a real disk, then it's broken. If it's SAN provided, then something has gone wrong in the provision.

If you can get the...
1,856
Posted By rbatte1
Could you just do this?:-tr "§" "|" < inputfile >...
Could you just do this?:-tr "§" "|" < inputfile > outputfile




I hope that this helps,
Robin
1,882
Posted By rbatte1
If you have a suitable Operating System, which...
If you have a suitable Operating System, which would be very useful to know, have you considered using logrotate for this? You can write a stanza that tells the process what to do and it can be...
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Posted By rbatte1
Further to what my learned friend Gull04 has...
Further to what my learned friend Gull04 has written, you have failure on eth4 too, so the IP will have moved back to eth0 again.



I hope that this helps,
Robin
Forum: Linux 08-13-2019
1,357
Posted By rbatte1
This seems to be a bad plan from the start. ...
This seems to be a bad plan from the start. Writing passwords anywhere should be avoided. Anyone who can read the code that reads the password can probably just read the password for themselves.
...
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Posted By rbatte1
Probably a daft question, but why can you not use...
Probably a daft question, but why can you not use cron? It seems an odd enforcement. If you are writing the code, then you probably have access to do all sorts of nasty stuff anyway. I would not...
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Posted By rbatte1
Rather that ps -ef | grep pmon | grep -v grep |...
Rather that ps -ef | grep pmon | grep -v grep | awk ...... might I suggest ps -ef | grep [p]mon | ....... instead. The square brackets are a pattern match that has only one option, but because there...
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Posted By rbatte1
Hello fajar_3t3, I have a few to questions...
Hello fajar_3t3,

I have a few to questions pose in response first:-
Is this homework/assignment? There are specific forums for these.
What have you tried so far?
What output/errors do you...
1,969
Posted By rbatte1
Great! Glad we could help. Kind...
Great! Glad we could help.



Kind regards,
Robin
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Posted By rbatte1
The client side needs to generate the key-pairs...
The client side needs to generate the key-pairs and the server side needs to have the public keys for each acceptable key-pair added to ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file for the user account on the server...
1,969
Posted By rbatte1
Does you client support the -b flag for sftp? ...
Does you client support the -b flag for sftp? That would allow you to write the commands you want in a separate file and refer to the file in your sftp command.
At the moment, the sftp command...
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