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Posted By guest100
make_tape_recovery
Hi all, could you please help?

I am getting an error when I use the following command!

make_tape_recovery -vI -x inc_entire=vg00 -a /dev/rmt/0mn


At the botoom the error can be seen:


...
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Posted By guest100
Thank you very mych indeed ! Aris :-)
Thank you very mych indeed !

Aris :-)
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Posted By guest100
"Firstly, create a file called "list" in the same...
"Firstly, create a file called "list" in the same directory as your .xml files containing the information you posted above (as a space delimited file as per the example).
"

Could please help me...
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Posted By guest100
Thankx alot zazzybob. Also: The...
Thankx alot zazzybob.
Also:
The correspondence is the one bellow (without keeping the timestamps).
One other thing is that the file name should not be changed.
Meaning the original file kept...
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Posted By guest100
Hi, Actually I want to search more than one...
Hi,

Actually I want to search more than one string and transform the file accordingly.
Here is my case:

Depending on the existance of the string in the file (on the left), I want the file to...
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Posted By guest100
in Red-hat Linux is "rpm -qa" in HP UX is...
in Red-hat Linux is "rpm -qa"
in HP UX is "swlist"
and in other flavours of UNIX I suppose it's all different and many ways to check it anyway.
Please be more specific.
I hope that helps
...
Forum: AIX 02-08-2005
4,705
Posted By guest100
The answer to your questions is: Some...
The answer to your questions is:

Some threads from applications used by the user are kept open even after the user logs off. Some of them have a default auto kill time set and some are not. That...
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 02-08-2005
3,885
Posted By guest100
I suppose mangolinux was talking about UNIX.com. ...
I suppose mangolinux was talking about UNIX.com.
If we have any forums in here. Anyway...that's why IP is for ! :-)

Regards

Aris
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Posted By guest100
Thanks zazzybob, That was really helpful. I...
Thanks zazzybob,

That was really helpful. I was only needed a boast.
Next time I will be more specific.

Thanks again for your help. I think that script will also help some other posts I 've...
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Posted By guest100
Easy script
Hi there,

Could you please help me with that ?
I want to grep a specific string in an .xml file and then rename the file according to the string I found.
How can I do that for many files....
Forum: IP Networking 05-20-2004
2,472
Posted By guest100
Cisco Catalyst 1700
Hi,

Sorry about the hassle...
Does anyone know if the Cisco Catalyst 1700 is stackable, I ckecked in the Cisco home page, bulletins etc. but can't find anything.

Thanks in advance
2,496
Posted By guest100
terminal
Hi there,

Does anyone know what exactly is the different between a terminal and a console ?

My understanding is a console is normally a local session while a terminal can be a remote as well. ...
38,145
Posted By guest100
OK , give a try : gunzip ........... or...
OK , give a try :

gunzip ...........

or man gunzip
5,060
Posted By guest100
Try the commands above, you can grep for cache in...
Try the commands above, you can grep for cache in some of them.
Or graphically use proccess management.

Cheers
4,247
Posted By guest100
You can not do that, you can only change the run...
You can not do that, you can only change the run level. That will take you to graphical or text environment depending your selection. You must login before you begin. Unix is a multiuser system. I...
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Posted By guest100
To check the capacity of your hard drive, not...
To check the capacity of your hard drive, not encrypted use:

df -k (for Solaris)

bdf (for HPUX

Also, to check your hardware you can try:

sysdef - display system definition
...
3,204
Posted By guest100
It depends which flavour of Unix you are using....
It depends which flavour of Unix you are using. You can use lots of different backup techniques. If you are using HPUX SAM does a backup and you can check it as well, if you don't want to get to...
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who
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Posted By guest100
Here we go again, this is the output of the who...
Here we go again, this is the output of the who -T command.

# who -T|sort
admin + console Feb 26 10:01 old 29754
admin + network Feb 22 16:45 0:01 7409 10.156.81.109:0...
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Posted By guest100
I think I found something relative. When you...
I think I found something relative. When you create new account in clarify all the users have been added with their email to "none".
Shall I will change this to NULL or to nobody ??

Thanks
12
who
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Posted By guest100
Anymore help concerning the problem above please...
Anymore help concerning the problem above please ??

Cheers !
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Posted By guest100
Any more ideas for the above problem fellas ?? ...
Any more ideas for the above problem fellas ??

Cheers!
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Posted By guest100
to search for any string use "/". Then if you...
to search for any string use "/". Then if you wanna delete the line double click "d".
I hope that helps
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Posted By guest100
Depending on your set-up you can always arrange a...
Depending on your set-up you can always arrange a crontab to "ufsdump" backup your systems. You have to check your hard disk partitions (slices) with mount, fdisk, df, bdf etc. Then you will be able...
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Posted By guest100
Also, Wherever you are exploring files in...
Also,

Wherever you are exploring files in the UNIX structure you can jusy type "cd". This will take you to your home directory.
Hope that helps.

Cheers!
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Posted By guest100
This is what I get: isgsi01(root)69:...
This is what I get:

isgsi01(root)69: /usr/lib/sendmail -d0.1 -bt < /dev/null
Version 8.9.3+Sun
Compiled with: MAP_REGEX LOG MATCHGECOS MIME7TO8 MIME8TO7 NAMED_BIND
NDBM...
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