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Posted By methyl
Which email software are you using on your AIX...
Which email software are you using on your AIX server? If it is something like "sendmail" then explore the Domain Masquerade function to ensure that the email appears to be sent from your company's...
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Posted By methyl
Use Microsoft Excel to export the data in the...
Use Microsoft Excel to export the data in the required .csv format on the originating computer.
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Furthur to Don_Cragun, and if I have understood...
Furthur to Don_Cragun, and if I have understood the task correctly.

You need a script running under cron every 15 minutes which copies the current logfile and compares the line count with the...
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Posted By methyl
I agree that randomly killing the top 5 "user"...
I agree that randomly killing the top 5 "user" memory processes is not sensible.

On HP-UX you need to work from ps -al.

Assuming ksh .

To get you started. Execute the "ps" command, exclude...
Forum: HP-UX 04-14-2015
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Posted By methyl
Try working your way through the available...
Try working your way through the available options:

[notfound=continue]
Forum: HP-UX 02-12-2015
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No chance without root permissions. Why do...
No chance without root permissions.

Why do you want this information?
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Posted By methyl
Assuming that I have read the question correctly....
Assuming that I have read the question correctly.

One solution would be to create a file called say /etc/sysctl.conf.append with "vi" or editor of the day, containing ONLY the new lines.

Then...
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Posted By methyl
For starters please post the script and mention...
For starters please post the script and mention what Operating System and Shell you have.

At a guess your script generates a command which is too long for the Operating System.

Bearing in mind...
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Posted By methyl
You may find it useful to run a very simple...
You may find it useful to run a very simple one-off cron which will show you the cron environment.

e.g.

set >/tmp/mylog.log

Then compare the output from the command "set" when running from...
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Posted By methyl
To assist other posters: Which Operating...
To assist other posters:

Which Operating System and Version are you running?
Which Shell have you written the code for?
Is there a link on your computer from /bin/sh to another (non-Bourne) ...
Forum: HP-UX 02-06-2014
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Posted By methyl
Assuming that 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.2 are...
Assuming that 192.168.1.1 and 192.168.1.2 are both DNS servers and that they are Primary and Secondary respectively.

You can test whether they are both working DNS servers with:
nslookup...
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Posted By methyl
Zombie processes which are not cleaned up by unix...
Zombie processes which are not cleaned up by unix within a few hours can really only be cleared by a reboot.

The odd few zomboes will be caused by untidy disconnects from clients. If you get large...
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Posted By methyl
The belt and braces method is to not let shell...
The belt and braces method is to not let shell see the list

Assuming that you want to remove qfr* (not dfr*) and that the directory does not contain subdirectories containing files which you do...
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Posted By methyl
If you are reading the mail with Microsoft Office...
If you are reading the mail with Microsoft Office Outlook, look at the following setting in that program:
Tools / Options / Email Options / "Remove extra line breaks in plain text messages".
If...
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Posted By methyl
Point: With modern hardware a "raw disc" can be...
Point: With modern hardware a "raw disc" can be multiple physical discs which the Operating System sees as one physical disc.

Some research ideas:

Consider the case of a virgin disc. There are...
Forum: HP-UX 05-04-2013
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Posted By methyl
What 4 Gigabytes memory limit? This is not...
What 4 Gigabytes memory limit? This is not Microsoft Windows NT.

There is a 2 Gigabyte file size addressing limit with 32-bit HP-UX Operating Systems. The theoretical 2 Gigabyte memory addressing...
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Posted By methyl
Poster @hanson44 has the correct solution.
Poster @hanson44 has the correct solution.
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Posted By methyl
If you have another PC with both hardware and...
If you have another PC with both hardware and software which can create a bootable image on CD/USB_Stick I recommend that you run Microsoft Window Defender Offline from a bootable CD/USB_Stick:...
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Posted By methyl
Within the script which runs the process, record...
Within the script which runs the process, record the exit status to a file. Then monitor the file from your monitoring script.
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 01-10-2013
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Posted By methyl
@taltamir Presumably you are in USA? ...
@taltamir
Presumably you are in USA?

@Joseph_TKLee
What Country are you working in?
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Posted By methyl
Report Hardware Inventory and compare with...
Report Hardware Inventory and compare with previous day, highlighting differences.
Often forgotten. This is the way to spot failed hardware one a resilient system.
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Posted By methyl
Simplified: ftp remote_server (type the...
Simplified:

ftp remote_server
(type the username and password for the remote server)

ascii

put filename.txt
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Posted By methyl
Ideas: 1) Find out disc free space and compare...
Ideas:
1) Find out disc free space and compare with yesterday. Report significant differences by email.
2) Report backup results by email.
3) Filter system error logs and report real problems by...
Forum: HP-UX 01-10-2013
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Posted By methyl
In HP-UX zombie processes which are waiting for a...
In HP-UX zombie processes which are waiting for a hardware resource will not die without a reboot.

Can you post an example process tree?
How many zombie processes do you have on a bad day? Do...
Forum: Solaris 11-14-2012
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Posted By methyl
Personally I would redirect the two output...
Personally I would redirect the two output chanels to different files.
2>error_log.txt 1>normal_log.txt
Really depends on the application.
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