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Posted By TioTony
I changed the script around a little bit. The ...
I changed the script around a little bit. The "*." in many of the $LS_COLORS items is causing the problem. I couldn't figure out how to fix it in the for loop echo -e so I used sed to change the...
817
Posted By TioTony
When I run echo $LS_COLORS on my system I get...
When I run echo $LS_COLORS on my system I get this result
...
Forum: Solaris 02-02-2019
675
Posted By TioTony
This is a long shot from the offline storage in...
This is a long shot from the offline storage in my brain, but I recall having a similar issue about 15 years ago and it was due to a memory DIMM failure. Maybe check for some hardware failures on...
443
Posted By TioTony
Applications and Performance Management (APM)...
Applications and Performance Management (APM) products may be what you are looking for. Some examples would be nagios, Foglight, Big Brother, Solarwinds, New Relic, BMC, and probably a bunch more. ...
860
Posted By TioTony
Here's a version with sed and awk: awk...
Here's a version with sed and awk:

awk '{print ">" $8}' input.txt | sed -e 's/,//g' -e 's/item/product/g' > output.txt

Since your data looks to be in defined columns, you can used awk to grab...
Forum: AIX 09-15-2015
1,355
Posted By TioTony
Hi snchaudhari2, Here are a few things you...
Hi snchaudhari2,
Here are a few things you can look at to get started. I reviewed my notes and couldn't find any times in the past where sync was taking a long time on the servers I...
3,550
Posted By TioTony
I played around with this a bit out of curiosity...
I played around with this a bit out of curiosity and the stumbling block seems to be the stdin redirection to sudo. For example, the following works fine:

ssh -t user@host sudo -u user <command>...
Forum: Red Hat 08-31-2015
2,696
Posted By TioTony
The network outage sounds like the culprit. Post...
The network outage sounds like the culprit. Post an update after the reboot, which hopefully will resolve it for you.
Forum: Red Hat 08-31-2015
2,696
Posted By TioTony
Hi mrn6430, No ideas of the top of my head...
Hi mrn6430,
No ideas of the top of my head but here are some things worth checking/verifying:

1. What version of Redhat are we talking about here?
2. Is there anything in /var/log/cluster?...
849
Posted By TioTony
Hi Arun, You could use the solution noted...
Hi Arun,
You could use the solution noted in this post once the file is transferred:

https://www.unix.com/shell-programming-and-scripting/259338-need-remove-m-charecters-all-files.html
...
1,811
Posted By TioTony
Hi Lace0047, I'm not sure I have a definitive...
Hi Lace0047,
I'm not sure I have a definitive answer for you but I'll throw my thoughts out here and see if it helps.

First, I just want to confirm you are using the "Windows Services for Unix"...
758
Posted By TioTony
Can you clarify what you are asking?
Can you clarify what you are asking?
3,547
Posted By TioTony
I believe you can extract it to any directory you...
I believe you can extract it to any directory you like. Then you need to run:
1. perl Makefile.PL
2. make
3. make test
4. make install

If you run into errors with these commands (like missing...
1,158
Posted By TioTony
Hi D351, I think you simply forgot the...
Hi D351,
I think you simply forgot the "do". Try this:

#!/bin/bash
#This will create blank lyric files, as used by mocp, for all mp3s in a direcory

files=(ls *.mp3)
for song in $files...
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Posted By TioTony
Try replacing "$a" with "$i".
Try replacing "$a" with "$i".
Forum: Solaris 06-15-2015
2,993
Posted By TioTony
I'm signing off for the night but some other...
I'm signing off for the night but some other commands that may help you work through this are:

To clean up the device list:devfsadm -C
To remove hardware:cfgadm -c unconfigure
To check...
Forum: Solaris 06-15-2015
2,993
Posted By TioTony
The lsof output just means it found something (a...
The lsof output just means it found something (a process, file, etc) in use by a user with the UID of 1002 but that user is not listed in the /etc/passwd file. I've seen this happen two different...
Forum: Solaris 06-14-2015
2,993
Posted By TioTony
Hi bentech4u, Try running 'lsof | grep...
Hi bentech4u,
Try running 'lsof | grep /dev/rdsk/c2t600D023' and see if it shows any processes still using the device. Cycling the process will probably free it up.

Thanks,
Tony
Forum: Programming 06-14-2015
1,279
Posted By TioTony
Those are some significant differences. Is the...
Those are some significant differences. Is the E25K environment still operational? It might be able to give you some clues about what is wrong on the 280R. I agree a hardware config issue is...
Forum: Programming 06-13-2015
1,279
Posted By TioTony
Hi Wpgn, I don't see anything obvious (at...
Hi Wpgn,
I don't see anything obvious (at least to me) and I haven't touched a Mux for well over a decade. So I'll ask some questions to see if we can figure it out.

1. Did the code ever...
3,434
Posted By TioTony
Since it appears from your post that both files...
Since it appears from your post that both files are on the same remote host you could use 'rsh host diff file1 file2'.
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 07-11-2005
3,290
Posted By TioTony
Are you already using these commands: ioscan...
Are you already using these commands:

ioscan -fnC disk
pvdisplay
lvdisplay
vgdisplay

???
3,654
Posted By TioTony
I don't know the answer, but is your printer...
I don't know the answer, but is your printer hooked up to the serial port? Maybe Grub thinks it is the console (it probably thinks it is a dumb terminal). What happens if you disconnect the printer...
4,260
Posted By TioTony
Or checksums of some sort (like md5sum for...
Or checksums of some sort (like md5sum for example)
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 07-06-2005
3,290
Posted By TioTony
I'm sorry but I don't understand exactly what you...
I'm sorry but I don't understand exactly what you are looking for. Are you looking to monitor the luns on an HP VA or EVA? Or are looking to monitor the devices as the OS sees them?
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