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1. What is on Your Mind?
I am planning to choose my career as Unix/Linux Admin or a DBA. But I have come to know from forums and few admins like the job will be 24/7. I have few questions on that.
Can we get "DAY" shifts in any one of the admin Job ?
Can't we have shift timings in any company ?
Eventhough the... (7 Replies)
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Can any one please tell what are the risks of having more than one users having UID 0 (root)?
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3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I need you help to discover what's the impact of a duplicated UID in an operating system. What's the meaning when someone put in different users the same UID? (3 Replies)
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4. Shell Programming and Scripting
is tty command opens a process in the system if yes then why process got the userid????? (5 Replies)
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5. What is on Your Mind?
I'm currently a Windows admin and have wanted to jump ship to the *nix side for a while now. I've been studying both through an lpic level 1 manual as I have time (focusing on debian), and a solaris 10 cert book. The problem is I only have a handful of hours a week to study, and my current job... (3 Replies)
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6. Shell Programming and Scripting
i need a script to process a password file and based on the UIDs in the password file, generate the new UID that is 1 greater than the highest uid.
i have some script logic but i dont really understand it. any help?
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7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
Is it possible given a uid to determine information about the person with the uid? An example would be simple information regarding what group and the name of the person associated with that uid. It seems there is probably an easy staring me in the face but i cant seem to find it... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: dreaming1
Currently, I have about 7 servers and the uid for a given person is different on each server. I want to make the uid's the same for a given username on each server. I know how to change the uid via smit, but when I do the previous uid number shows up as the owner for the files of that username.... (4 Replies)
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