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Forum: Red Hat 07-11-2018
4,635
Posted By hicksd8
Download Intel(R) Network Adapter Driver for...
Download Intel(R) Network Adapter Driver for 82575/6, 82580, I350, and I210/211-Based Gigabit Network Connections for Linux*...
4,438
Posted By MadeInGermany
A debugging tip. You can trace the sshd. #...
A debugging tip. You can trace the sshd.
# proctree | grep -w sshd
258180 /usr/sbin/sshd a
274564 sshd: root@pts/0 a Then trace the originator/listener i.e. pid 258180
# truss -f -p...
Forum: Linux 12-09-2015
1,931
Posted By Peasant
Check out the output of (output here is from one...
Check out the output of (output here is from one of my machines)..

ls -lart /dev/dm*
brw-rw----. 1 root disk253, 1 Nov 25 10:06 /dev/dm-1
brw-rw----. 1 root disk 253, 0 Nov 25 10:06 /dev/dm-0...
Forum: Solaris 10-10-2009
4,695
Posted By sharkux
Nagios problem
Dear Members,
i make setup for nagios under linux Ubuntu Server 9.04 box
i when i try to install NRPE on Unix Box
i found this error

1- first step for installation

-bash-3.00# pwd...
Forum: Solaris 10-10-2009
4,695
Posted By Neo
First, I would clean up your config file by...
First, I would clean up your config file by running this.

./configure -with-ssl=/usr/sfw -with-ssl-lib=/usr/sfw

Clean up make (make clean), rerun, and post back what happens.
Forum: Solaris 06-10-2015
8,480
Posted By jlliagre
"pkg" is a Solaris 11 and newer command. With...
"pkg" is a Solaris 11 and newer command. With Solaris 10 and older, you want to use the SVR4 packaging commands (pkgadd, pkginfo, ...).
Forum: Solaris 04-20-2015
6,325
Posted By hergp
Have a look at...
Have a look at /var/svc/log/network-ntp:default.log, it might have useful information about why the service is failing.
Forum: Solaris 04-20-2015
6,325
Posted By jlliagre
This is the expected behavior. You should simply...
This is the expected behavior. You should simply disable the ntp service in all zones but the global one. There is no point having multiple ntp services trying to synchronize the single OS clock...
Forum: Solaris 04-16-2015
4,218
Posted By DukeNuke2
Try devfsadm in global zone, if it is not...
Try devfsadm in global zone, if it is not working, you might need the reconfigure boot.
Forum: Solaris 04-16-2015
4,218
Posted By achenle
Trycfgadm -alThen devfsadm.
Trycfgadm -alThen devfsadm.
Forum: Solaris 04-16-2015
4,218
Posted By DukeNuke2
You should see the LUN in the global zone and map...
You should see the LUN in the global zone and map it to the local zone.
Forum: Solaris 04-16-2015
4,218
Posted By DukeNuke2
Is the OS running in a zone? You can use devfsadm...
Is the OS running in a zone? You can use devfsadm only from the global zone and map the LUN to a local zone from there.
Forum: Solaris 04-16-2015
4,218
Posted By DukeNuke2
If there was never a FC disk attached to the...
If there was never a FC disk attached to the system, you might need to reboot the server to make the LUN visible. The easiest way would be:
# touch /reconfigure
# init 6

Before rebooting you can...
3,060
Posted By Don Cragun
From the syntax of your read statement, I'm...
From the syntax of your read statement, I'm assuming you're using bash... But, in bash and in ksh, the way to reference then nth element of an array is ${array[$n]}; using ${array} just gives you...
1,993
Posted By Don Cragun
I have only tested this with the given data, but...
I have only tested this with the given data, but I'm surprised that you're showing sample output that includes the data marked in red above when there was no sample input for that date. When I tried...
795
Posted By Don Cragun
Is this a homework assignment? What have you...
Is this a homework assignment?

What have you tried?

What operating system and shell are you using?
13,428
Posted By Neo
Note: You might also try the Apache2...
Note:

You might also try the Apache2 "mod_evasive (http://systembash.com/content/how-to-stop-an-apache-ddos-attack-with-mod_evasive/)" mod.
131,011
Posted By oombera
Try this:#!/usr/bin/sh _curTime=`date +%H%M` ...
Try this:#!/usr/bin/sh
_curTime=`date +%H%M`
if [ _curTime -lt 2400 ] && [ _curTime -gt 0800 ]
then
echo "$_curTime"
fiSee the man page for test for more info:n1 -eq n2 True if the...
1,150
Posted By RudiC
"Urgent" is a difficult word in these fora. ...
"Urgent" is a difficult word in these fora.

Not sure if I understand your requirement correctly, but you might want to place sed 1q $1 | tee $NON_SEGMENT_FILE >$SEGMENT_FILE right before your...
1,150
Posted By ramyags
Help with shell script
#Check if the argument is numeric
isNumeric()
{
numericExpression='^[0-9]+$'
if ! [[ $1 =~ $numericExpression ]]
then
echo 1;
else
...
12,807
Posted By prvnrk
Did you try iotop ? You may have to install...
Did you try iotop ?

You may have to install it using sudo apt-get install iotop
Forum: Red Hat 06-12-2014
1,326
Posted By jlliagre
Note that one year is either 31449600 or 31622400...
Note that one year is either 31449600 or 31622400 seconds due to leap years extra day.
Forum: Red Hat 06-12-2014
1,326
Posted By Makarand Dodmis
Unix time (aka POSIX time or Epoch time), is...
Unix time (aka POSIX time or Epoch time), is defined as the number of seconds (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second) that have elapsed since 00:00:00 Coordinated Universal Time...
Forum: Red Hat 06-04-2014
2,683
Posted By Aia
The rules pertaining the connection from...
The rules pertaining the connection from 192.168.1.99 to destination port 22 on 192.168.1.15 are:

And they should be adequate to allow access to 192.168.1.15

What are the lines order of them?...
2,177
Posted By netbanker
How to grep the words with space between?
see I have a text like:

27-MAY 14:00 4 aaa 5.30 0.01
27-MAY 14:00 3 aaa 0.85 0.00
27-MAY 14:00 2 aaa ...
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