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Please clarify on below two which one is the latest Kernal version.
Also clarify me , how to break and understand, which part meant for what?
Thanks (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Siva SQL
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How can view log messages between two time frame from /var/log/message or any type of log files.
when logfiles are very big and especially many messages with in few minutes, I would like to display log messages between 5 minute interval.
Could you pls give me the command? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: johnveslin
Can you please let me know about kernal parameters?
Where we can see that kernal parameters?
we are using System = SunOS 5.10.
Please let me know commands to see these kernal parameters file or files. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: kancherla.sree
I am trying to restore Unixware 7.1 from a backup using RestoreEdge which is from Microline version 2. The restore is on another machine using the same RAID controller and TBU. We are retiring the other machine.
Anyway, we get to disk #2 and it panics. Here is the Pic.
Can anyone tell me... (13 Replies)
Discussion started by: ccd1977
can anybody tell me how to increase the parameters like project.max-shm-ids on solaris10.
i have used prctl, but got reset while server reboot.
thnks and regards
Ajay (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: ajaysahoo
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i would like to know the kernal information (semaphores), which command do i use
Thanks (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: shaan_dmp
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as we know that the kernal Schedules tasks with some time slice given to each.
how does the Kernal know that the time of a Task has been elapsed?
does it follow the syatem Clock?or how?
thanks for your time (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: compbug
Does anyone know howto reload your kernal without rebooting the machine?
I´ve updated the "/etc/security/limits.conf " file and need to make this active without rebooting the machine. this is Red Hat Advanced Server 2.1AS
dOzY (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: dozy
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Received the following on the weekend.
Panic:k_trap kernel mode trap type 0X0000000e cannot dump 163739 pages to dumpdev hd (1/41):space for only 48640 pages
Dump not complete
Safe to power off or press any key to reboot
Any ideas how to fix this one? It also happen a month ago. (3 Replies)
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I am running 7.3 Redhat Linux, I have Oracle database running on it and I have some problem with the memory. every time I startup the database, the memory was peak up to 630M of Ram out 640M ram on the entire box and I didn't specify that much of memory on my database. Oracle advise me... (2 Replies)
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