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Forum: AIX 06-27-2014
2,149
Posted By kah00na
EDIT!! That did it... "-l" must send "info"...
EDIT!! That did it... "-l" must send "info" messages to the syslogd and the remote hostname/IP must be "info" level instead of "debug" level. Thanks rbatte1!

Jun 27 11:27:25 hostname...
Forum: AIX 03-31-2009
59,859
Posted By kah00na
I got sick of trying to script yesterday's date...
I got sick of trying to script yesterday's date into so many different formats that I finally wrote and stole portions of this script to do it for me. I just pass in any arguments I want and out...
Forum: AIX 12-13-2012
1,734
Posted By kah00na
The "Max" you are referring to is the maximum...
The "Max" you are referring to is the maximum amount of CPU the LPAR can be entitled to. Since your LPAR is uncapped, the maximum amount of CPU the LPAR can consume is the number of virtual...
Forum: AIX 08-22-2012
52,697
Posted By kah00na
Yes, it is set correctly. Column info: 1 =...
Yes, it is set correctly.

Column info:
1 = min
2 = hour
3 = day of the month
4 = month
5 = weekday (Sun=0)
Forum: AIX 07-25-2012
2,097
Posted By kah00na
You need to find the parent device of the CD...
You need to find the parent device of the CD drive (vscsi0), then find vscsi0's slot number, then query your HMC to find that slot number. I use a "lshwres" command in this example. You could also...
Forum: AIX 04-02-2012
3,893
Posted By kah00na
I'm guessing your files have a UID of 25 or 987. ...
I'm guessing your files have a UID of 25 or 987. When we do upgrades, 25 and 987 seem to own quite a bit. You should be able change the owner of those files all to root without causing any...
Forum: AIX 03-02-2012
1,260
Posted By kah00na
Your LPARs will keep the correct time even after...
Your LPARs will keep the correct time even after a reboot. Your system time will still be off. You have to login to the ASMI to change it and I'm pretty sure it requires a reboot of the managed...
Forum: AIX 07-01-2010
15,534
Posted By kah00na
I cause these errors on our AIX 6.1 box today. ...
I cause these errors on our AIX 6.1 box today. When I accidentally cat enormously large files, these errors show up. I think the error basically means some one is writing a lot of text to their...
Forum: AIX 12-29-2011
2,396
Posted By kah00na
If you could install Samba, your life would be so...
If you could install Samba, your life would be so much easier. I installed Samba on my NIM server and shared out the /home/user directories. I mapped my personal home directory on my NIM server to...
Forum: AIX 07-14-2011
2,827
Posted By kah00na
Also, when you reference files like...
Also, when you reference files like "logfile.out", be sure to use a relative path, like "./logfile.out", or a fully qualified path, like "/app/bin/logfile.out". That is just good scripting practice.
Forum: AIX 06-24-2011
3,920
Posted By kah00na
Maybe this can help?: ...
Maybe this can help?:

https://www.unix.com/shell-programming-scripting/12034-ftp-script.html
Forum: AIX 03-22-2011
43,245
Posted By kah00na
Here's a script I copied from another forum and...
Here's a script I copied from another forum and quickly tested on one of my boxes:
#!/usr/bin/ksh
#set -x

#Try this script.
#It will check and lock the accounts automatically for those logins...
Forum: AIX 03-18-2011
13,311
Posted By kah00na
Yes, it is spread across both of your disks but...
Yes, it is spread across both of your disks but that is irrelevant if you are just trying to increase the size of your /usr filesystem by 2.5 GB. Deal with that later. Run the chfs command I posted...
Forum: AIX 12-10-2010
26,572
Posted By kah00na
Authenticate AIX users from MS Active Directory
First, let me start off saying this is not spam. This is me trying to help out other AIX Admins with MS AD servers. If it is not applicable to you, someone else will find it useful.

As long as...
Forum: AIX 03-07-2011
4,707
Posted By kah00na
I forward my syslog events to another server...
I forward my syslog events to another server running a syslog server by putting this line in the /etc/syslog.conf:
*.debug @10.10.10.10
You'll need to refresh the syslog daemon with:...
Forum: AIX 03-07-2011
1,705
Posted By kah00na
I think you would be best to start by looking...
I think you would be best to start by looking what fileset the file came from like this:
hostname:/:$ lslpp -w /usr/bin/shell
File Fileset ...
Forum: AIX 01-28-2011
7,109
Posted By kah00na
If you are creating your RedHat server as an LPAR...
If you are creating your RedHat server as an LPAR behind a VIO server, you can upload the RH installation *.iso disk image to vio:/var/vio/VMLibrary, create a virtual CD drive for your RH LPAR, and...
Forum: AIX 12-13-2010
26,572
Posted By kah00na
These steps use Kerberos for only setup password...
These steps use Kerberos for only setup password authentication. This is not an LDAP connection, therefore, none of the user attributes are pulled from it. This solution is good for those that only...
Forum: AIX 11-23-2010
11,923
Posted By kah00na
Here are some more specific steps on how to get...
Here are some more specific steps on how to get FTP logging started.

Add the "-d" (debugging) option to your ftp process in /etc/services and refresh your inetd process
host:/:$ grep ^ftp...
Forum: AIX 09-28-2010
6,822
Posted By kah00na
IBM support provided a efc_power program to...
IBM support provided a efc_power program to measure the transmit (TX) and RX (receive) strength. They stated it works with most Emulex fiber cards. If a server reports the TX less than -10, then...
Forum: AIX 05-18-2010
18,718
Posted By kah00na
To see what error it is actually throwing, add...
To see what error it is actually throwing, add this to your /etc/syslog.conf (all one line):
daemon.debug /var/log/syslog.daemon.debug rotate size 5m files 1 # maintain 1 archived file, 5M...
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