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Forum: AIX 02-02-2012
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try this information. ...
try this information.
http://www.aixhealthcheck.com/blog.php?id=255
Forum: HP-UX 01-14-2012
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you found the issue. it's your NFS mounts that...
you found the issue. it's your NFS mounts that are hung. make sure your sv55adm server is alive and on the network, then perform various network connection tests. you may have to reboot your sv23...
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try using awk, it's the one command I use when...
try using awk, it's the one command I use when working with delimited text files. a search of these forums found the following....
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I've not seen an out of inodes situation in many...
I've not seen an out of inodes situation in many years. the number of available inodes is determined at filesystem creation, and that number is dependent on the blocksize used. as previously...
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exactly. all depends on how in depth you want...
exactly. all depends on how in depth you want your wrapper script to be. does it need to check return codes from your 4 scripts and include in the email, or are you just doing very basic script...
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Posted By unxscorob
try grep. sed -n 's/.*\([Pp][Ss]_.*\) .*/\1/p'...
try grep.
sed -n 's/.*\([Pp][Ss]_.*\) .*/\1/p' x.x | sort -u | grep "vw$"or the following, pardon my lack of sed knowledge as this might not be correct but worked on my test system.
sed -n...
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you might be able to use an ssh/ssl tunnel, but I...
you might be able to use an ssh/ssl tunnel, but I have to ask why you can't just use sftp or scp for the file transfer needs?
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Posted By unxscorob
add the int() function as in anchal_khare's reply...
add the int() function as in anchal_khare's reply
df -h /app/oracle |awk '{if (NR != 1) print int($(NF-1))}'
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Posted By unxscorob
that would be an if statement comparing NR with...
that would be an if statement comparing NR with the line number to ignore. something basically like this.
awk '{if (NR != 1) print int($(NF-1))}'
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Posted By unxscorob
try this, and here's a reference to some good awk...
try this, and here's a reference to some good awk one-liners, http://www.pement.org/awk/awk1line.txt

df -h /app/oracle | awk '!/Filesystem/{ sub(/%/, ""); print $(NF-1); }'
Forum: Red Hat 10-06-2011
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Posted By unxscorob
try this, to locate files over 1024 blocks in...
try this, to locate files over 1024 blocks in size, modified in the last 30 days, and only within the / filesystem

find / -xdev -mtime -30 -size +1024if that doesn't help, you might have a large...
Forum: AIX 10-05-2011
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Posted By unxscorob
ports from 1024 and lower are root privileged...
ports from 1024 and lower are root privileged ports, and you will need root authority to bind to these ports. we typically setup sudo for the account and the specific command line being used for...
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Posted By unxscorob
have you got ssh installed? tar zcvf -...
have you got ssh installed?
tar zcvf - SOURCEDIR | ssh user1@remotehost 'cd DESTDIR; tar zxvf - '
or if you don't want to lose the overhead with tar.
scp -rp SOURCEDIR user1@remotehost:/DESTDIR
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Posted By unxscorob
try this. funny what you find with a internet...
try this. funny what you find with a internet search.
https://www.unix.com/shell-programming-scripting/85584-redirect-within-ksh.html
Forum: Cybersecurity 05-19-2011
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Posted By unxscorob
found this from a quick google search. verify...
found this from a quick google search. verify this works with one lesser needed package before executing. HTH

https://lists.sdsc.edu/pipermail/npaci-rocks-discussion/2007-April/024488.html
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Posted By unxscorob
xargs options to help with spaces in filenames...
xargs options to help with spaces in filenames reported here.
https://www.unix.com/shell-programming-scripting/129701-pipe-xargs-rm-filename-spaces.html
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Posted By unxscorob
no need to be root so long as you use a port...
no need to be root so long as you use a port number higher than 1024. give it a try.
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Posted By unxscorob
if you have access to the remote side, you can...
if you have access to the remote side, you can start your own sshd process, on a available port higher than 1024, with verbose, or debug enabled, version depends, review the sshd man page for your...
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Posted By unxscorob
check permissions on both sides. your home...
check permissions on both sides. your home directory should not allow group or other write privileges, your .ssh directory should only allow the owner full privileges, same for the authorized_keys...
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just because it's not using cpu time, doesn't...
just because it's not using cpu time, doesn't always mean it's not functioning. most long running processes do have periods of inactivity, depending on what it truly does. if possible, describe...
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or create a file with all known filenames as of...
or create a file with all known filenames as of the last scan, and next month create a new file and compare for differences. this would depend if users are using same or different filenames from...
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if this is Linux, I was under the impression that...
if this is Linux, I was under the impression that tail could be used to monitor multiple files.
tail -f file1.log file2.log
if not Linux, you can try putting one of the tail commands in the...
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Posted By unxscorob
check the find command and see if yours has the...
check the find command and see if yours has the -newer option. if so, touch an empty marker file before you reset all the timestamps and then use something similar to following.
find /filesystem...
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Posted By unxscorob
depends on the variable name, as some variables...
depends on the variable name, as some variables are defined by the shell being used. to help isolate what your are describing, let us know your operating system, shell in use and which variable are...
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it would help if you provided the shell your...
it would help if you provided the shell your account is defined to use. what does the following return?
echo $SHELL
ksh, sh, typically use .profile
csh, tcsh, typically use .login & .tcshrc
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