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Forum: AIX 03-17-2020
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Posted By Neo
Congrats and thanks for posting back your success...
Congrats and thanks for posting back your success and reasons for your success.
Forum: AIX 03-13-2020
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Posted By zxmaus
we have P8 850s, 870s and P9 950s with various...
we have P8 850s, 870s and P9 950s with various amounts of memory between about 256 GB up to 4 TB memory and anywhere between 40 and 128 cpus. Not virtualized. A lot less adapters (usually 4 HBAs and...
Forum: AIX 03-11-2020
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Posted By zxmaus
ok - so you have some link aggregations with...
ok - so you have some link aggregations with 100/1000 and some with 10G adapters. The 10G will almost always be faster. Considering how many 10G ports you have on your box, you may want to consider...
Forum: AIX 03-11-2020
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Posted By zxmaus
ok, I don't see any errors or overflows or...
ok, I don't see any errors or overflows or underruns on any of your adapters.That is a good thing. You can transfer large package sizes to everywhere else without loosing packages - which is a good...
Forum: AIX 03-09-2020
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Posted By zxmaus
please show me the outputs of following commands...
please show me the outputs of following commands (if ent is mentioned for every ent adapter configured, if ipaddress is stated for every IP of your cluster partners)
lsdev -Cc adapter
entstat entx...
Forum: AIX 03-04-2020
9,490
Posted By RecoveryOne
This is a pretty large box, a E870 as a matter of...
This is a pretty large box, a E870 as a matter of fact. Is the network coming from a VIO? If so: Is the VIO network setup correctly? Does the VIO have the correct resource assignments to provide...
Forum: AIX 03-04-2020
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Posted By Neo
Yes, I understand. When on a LAN segment you...
Yes, I understand.

When on a LAN segment you should also realize that every hardware interface to the LAN can have a different characteristic.

Some ethernet cards are more "chatty" and some are...
Forum: AIX 06-15-2018
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Posted By bakunin
OK, here is another idea: these configure-scripts...
OK, here is another idea: these configure-scripts write their results to a file which is reused in consecutive runs. This means that these consecutive runs of the configure-script are not exactly the...
Forum: AIX 06-13-2018
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Posted By bakunin
OK, thanks for the follow-up. Not everything...
OK, thanks for the follow-up. Not everything makes sense yet but we are making progress.



Not to my knowledge. But let us state for the record what we have so far:

You try to run a configure...
Forum: AIX 06-12-2018
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Posted By bakunin
I can only second what rbatte1 already said: ...
I can only second what rbatte1 already said:

- which package do you try to compile?
- which compiler do you use?
- what EXACTLY are the diagnostic messages (sorry, but to find the culprit from...
Forum: AIX 06-12-2018
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Posted By rbatte1
Hello bobochacha29, Okay, so what actually...
Hello bobochacha29,

Okay, so what actually is your problem? What you have described is a bit like ringing your local mechanic to say "There's something wrong with my car" and they have to guess...
Forum: AIX 10-17-2017
3,761
Posted By Don Cragun
I have no idea what LC__FASTMSG and LC_TYPE are...
I have no idea what LC__FASTMSG and LC_TYPE are (and I don't use perl much) and LC_MESSAGES should almost never be set to an empty string; but when LC_ALL has been set, it should override any values...
Forum: AIX 10-12-2017
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Posted By bakunin
For license reasons you need to have the base...
For license reasons you need to have the base level fileset included in the NIM resource (usually an lpp_source) even if you do not install that itself but a subsequent patch level.

If you do not...
1,781
Posted By gull04
Hi, I'd be tempted with xymon...
Hi,

I'd be tempted with xymon (https://www.xymon.com/) as a free solution, although I'm not sure about how it does in the Windows world.

Regards

Gull04
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Posted By cjcox
snmp is your friend. A lot of those "tools" are...
snmp is your friend. A lot of those "tools" are not much more than "pretty" snmp based tools. Cacti might be an ok option just because the community often has add-ons for many enterprise things...
Forum: AIX 12-03-2015
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Posted By bakunin
Both, XrAy and agent.kgb are correct: a TCP...
Both, XrAy and agent.kgb are correct: a TCP connection works like a telephone call. First, a so-called "virtual channel" (the call) ist established by both sides (one calls, one picks up the...
Forum: AIX 12-03-2015
15,395
Posted By agent.kgb
you can't change from CLOSE_WAIT to ESTABLISHED....
you can't change from CLOSE_WAIT to ESTABLISHED. usually it means, that close() call on socket is forgotten. the only way to clean up is to shut down the application, fix it and start it again.
...
Forum: AIX 12-02-2015
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Posted By -=XrAy=-
Hi, as far as I know this is not possible. ...
Hi,

as far as I know this is not possible.

tcpipguide (http://www.tcpipguide.com/free/t_TCPOperationalOverviewandtheTCPFiniteStateMachineF-2.htm)

I guess there is a problem in your...
Forum: AIX 09-26-2015
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Posted By MichaelFelt
Personally, I have not worked enough with AIX...
Personally, I have not worked enough with AIX Runtime Expert to give a quick example - but this is one of the things it was intended for - even if it is only to see what the differences are.
...
Forum: AIX 09-26-2015
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Posted By bakunin
Exactly this is the main problem: you never can...
Exactly this is the main problem: you never can be sure if you have found the last problem.



This - take an mksysb and restore it - will make sure absolutely everything: users, print queues,...
Forum: AIX 09-24-2015
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Posted By MichaelFelt
As far as "policy" goes, that would only be the...
As far as "policy" goes, that would only be the so-called default: stanzas in several files in /etc/security.

There are other "policy" related files, also in /etc/security - most of these end in...
Forum: AIX 09-23-2015
3,028
Posted By bakunin
Unix does not deal with "policies", there are...
Unix does not deal with "policies", there are just (access) rights: read, write and execute. What you are after is spread out over several different portions of the OS software:

login time out if...
Forum: AIX 09-23-2015
3,028
Posted By vbe
OK but what about the users? Their home...
OK but what about the users? Their home directories??? the one you see in /etc/passwd... Then you might have mismatches between the content found in the user's .ssh directory ( yes the public keys...
Forum: AIX 09-22-2015
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Posted By rbatte1
If you want to clone a bunch of users, it might...
If you want to clone a bunch of users, it might be better to use the output from lsuser as root (you get more information) to build a deck of mkuser commands, ensuring that the groups names match in...
Forum: AIX 09-22-2015
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Posted By -=XrAy=-
I realy hope you have a made backup of these...
I realy hope you have a made backup of these files.

Which files have you copied so far?

I would suggest to copy the /etc/security/login.cfg and
(only) the "default:" Stanza from...
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