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5,872
Posted By DustinT
Set sudo access to expire on given day\date?
Scenario: Admin wants to grant user temporary access to sudo that will expire on an arbitrary date\day. Say, after 10 days, sudo rights disappear automatically.

I'm sure there's a way to hack...
Forum: Solaris 12-08-2014
2,683
Posted By DustinT
I'd recommend against this approach. It is...
I'd recommend against this approach. It is counterproductive to run a version of Solaris that old and try and secure it with AV software. I suggest you consider upgrading again, and if you simply...
Forum: Solaris 04-30-2014
4,506
Posted By DustinT
It's also possible that your system is switching...
It's also possible that your system is switching to console output. And easy way to check is to connect a terminal to the serial port (if it has one).
1,462
Posted By DustinT
Turns out that error was because I wasn't running...
Turns out that error was because I wasn't running rsync with enough permissions. That was an easy fix but I needed one more thing to complete this project.

I ended up having the user onsite at the...
1,462
Posted By DustinT
You make some excellent points in your post. I...
You make some excellent points in your post. I have done some testing of the process, spent a couple hours on it as a matter of fact. Testing from the /src and too a remote linux server as the dest...
1,462
Posted By DustinT
Rsync in progress, strange results
Disclaimer, I've been a Linux admin for a while but don't frequently setup rsysnc jobs.

Here's the command I'm running on CentOS 5.5, rsync 2.6.8:
rsync -arvz --progress --compress-level=9 /src/...
Forum: Red Hat 01-15-2014
1,685
Posted By DustinT
You should be running CentOS, not Red Hat.
You should be running CentOS, not Red Hat.
Forum: Red Hat 12-20-2013
1,765
Posted By DustinT
Ya, agreed.... Why run RHEL without registration...
Ya, agreed.... Why run RHEL without registration and updates? At that point, you're better off with CentOS.
Forum: Red Hat 12-19-2013
1,749
Posted By DustinT
On some of my servers I've setup monitoring...
On some of my servers I've setup monitoring scripts that will run 'df -h' daily and save the output to a file I can access when I want too. Or, maybe you want to run a tool like nagios or zenoss to...
Forum: Solaris 12-02-2013
1,789
Posted By DustinT
I think properly implementing pool.ntp.org would...
I think properly implementing pool.ntp.org would serve to continually stop any potential drift.
Forum: Solaris 12-02-2013
1,789
Posted By DustinT
Make sure you use something like pool.ntp.org as...
Make sure you use something like pool.ntp.org as well.
Forum: Solaris 11-21-2013
2,130
Posted By DustinT
You can check Newegg.com and buy pretty much any...
You can check Newegg.com and buy pretty much any TIM you want.. There's nothing special about it.
Forum: Solaris 11-12-2013
6,174
Posted By DustinT
I understand what you're saying in theory. I find...
I understand what you're saying in theory. I find out if it would work in the real world, you should work closely with Oracle on a comprehensive review of your needs. The t5-2 is very powerful, but I...
Forum: Solaris 11-12-2013
6,174
Posted By DustinT
Agreed... And the statement that the server runs...
Agreed... And the statement that the server runs the cpu at half the post speed isn't correct. Rather, we could say that the observed workload resulted in half the performance per cycle on the T...
Forum: Solaris 11-12-2013
1,174
Posted By DustinT
You can easily upgrade the zpool version to...
You can easily upgrade the zpool version to whatever the most current revision is that's supported on your platform. As the documentation says, you can upgrade but it's not backwards compatible.
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Forum: Solaris 11-11-2013
6,174
Posted By DustinT
Just setup a meeting with your Oracle rep. They...
Just setup a meeting with your Oracle rep. They have some internal tools to evaluate your current needs and estimate the hardware you need to replace it.
Forum: Solaris 11-05-2013
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879
Posted By DustinT
Peasant's suggestion will list the requested...
Peasant's suggestion will list the requested data. What's wrong with it?
Forum: Solaris 10-25-2013
6,281
Posted By DustinT
I've done this quite a few times on UFS and I...
I've done this quite a few times on UFS and I believe the same general procedure will work for ZFS as well. When you're creating the zpool, use the following paramater 'zpool create your_pool_name...
Forum: Solaris 10-17-2013
3,146
Posted By DustinT
Did someone enable quotas?
Did someone enable quotas?
Forum: Solaris 10-10-2013
2,118
Posted By DustinT
Ok, thanks. It's obvious to me this system...
Ok, thanks.

It's obvious to me this system was previously configured as a ldom server. If I want to wipe out 100% of the previous config and start from scratch, what do I need to do?

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Forum: Solaris 10-10-2013
933
Posted By DustinT
You just need to start testing your applications...
You just need to start testing your applications and workloads. That's a fairly beefly server so I think you'll be able to do a good amount of work.
Forum: Solaris 10-10-2013
933
Posted By DustinT
How much memory do you have? What's your expected...
How much memory do you have? What's your expected workload? What kind of performance does your application require? These questions are more relevant than the theoretical number of possible ldoms....
Forum: Solaris 10-10-2013
2,118
Posted By DustinT
D'oh! Thanks.... ldm ls NAME ...
D'oh! Thanks....
ldm ls
NAME STATE FLAGS CONS VCPU MEMORY UTIL UPTIME
primary active -n-cv- SP 8 2G 0.2% 6m
ldm list
NAME ...
Forum: Solaris 10-09-2013
3,488
Posted By DustinT
Yup, there's a ton of printers that support that...
Yup, there's a ton of printers that support that language. I'd do a little research and maybe buy an older HP Laserjet for $100-200 that supports the language. Then you can use that to test to...
Forum: Solaris 10-09-2013
2,118
Posted By DustinT
Nah, it's a clean install man... wiped the drives...
Nah, it's a clean install man... wiped the drives and everything.

ldm: not found
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