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1. Red Hat
In a RHEL 5 box, I have just added new multipath configurations in /etc/multipath.conf :
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I'm wondering if anyone knows whether Solaris IPMP can be configured such that the IPs of the physical NICs are not available to applications when using IP4 or if the group address and the underlying physical address are always present?
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3. Red Hat
I am running "Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.4 (Santiago)"
The root Filesystem is currently part of the Multipath configuration and I need to remove it without rebooting the production Server.
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4. Red Hat
I wanted to know how to configure DNS configuration for RHEL 5.
I hope, my query is clear of how to setup DNS for RHEL 5.
Please revert with the reply to my query
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5. Red Hat
Can someone please help me configuring RIP (Routing Information Protocol v2 ). I have tried few manuals and posts from networking sites and i didnt get a clear picture.
This is what i have done:
1. Installed routed package and started routed service.
however, Dynamic routes are... (1 Reply)
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6. Red Hat
I have installed RHEL 6.0 on my lappy in a separate partion with windows 7 on the hardware(not using VMWARE).Now kindly help me to active network configuration in that?????Is it require to have LINUX wireless drivers???? (1 Reply)
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7. Red Hat
I am looking at the specific configuration settings for multipath.conf on RHEL5.5.
In particular i was looking at the max_fds setting. Can anyone tell me the max number of open file descriptors that the RHEL5.5 system can have?
It has been set previously to 8192, and i was... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: Tommyk
8. Red Hat
I'm trying to configure NTP client, however it failes to sync correctly.
Even after I manually set the time, once it connects with the NTP server, it pushes the time ahead by 4 hours.
We have set an AIX host as NTP server. It works fine for other AIX hosts, however fails on RHEL 5.4
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RHNPLUGIN.CONF(8) Red Hat, Inc. RHNPLUGIN.CONF(8)
rhnplugin.conf - Configuration file for the rhnplugin(8) yum(8) plugin.
rhnplugin.conf contains configuration options which are specific to rhnplugin(8). The configuration file is located at /etc/yum/plugin-
Either `0' or `1'. Determines whether the plugin will be used by yum or not. Default value is `1'.
Either `0' or `1'. Determines whether gpg signature checking will be performed on packages coming from Spacewalk/Red Hat Satellite.
Default value is `1'. If this option is not set, the value from yum.conf(5) will be used.
The amount of time (in seconds) that you want to wait for a response before timing out. If this option is not set, the value from
yum.conf(5) will be used.
The location of this configuration file.
rhnplugin(8), yum(8), up2date(5), yum.conf(5).
James Bowes <email@example.com> and Peter Vetere <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Report bugs to <http://bugzilla.redhat.com>.
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This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICU-
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