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I am trying to clone an entire AIX virtual machine to a new virtual machine including all partitions and OS.Can anyone help me on the procedure to follow? I am not really sure on how it can be done.Thanks in advance.
Please use CODE tags for sample input, sample output, and for code... (4 Replies)
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I have a following requirement in production
system 1 : LINUX
system 2: AIX (it is hosting a production DB)
user abcd from system 1 should have read access on archive log files created by DB on system 2. The log files are created with permissions 540 by user ora ,... (2 Replies)
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I am running OpenIndiana development version oi_148 32-bit on a seven-year-old Dell Inspiron 8600.
Seems to be running fine except for one particular annoyance: It freezes whenever a system bell/beep plays.
I have mitigated this by turning the system bell off in gnome-terminal, which I use... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: DeadBadger
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In order to have a sand box machine that I could use to test some system changes before going to production state, I'd like to duplicate a working system to a virtual one. Ideally, I'd like to manage to do it this way :
- Make a full system backup excluding the user file system (this... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: pagaille
After System power get failed
File system is not getting mounted in read- write mode (1 Reply)
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I have writing quite a few shell scripts to always play with the files.
But recently there were some job demand as to write some script to convert a report into a pipe delimited feed file and the volume of the data in it is going to be around some million of records.:mad:
1) Can some help me... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: nageswarag
I am trying to execute rsh commands from Solaris 10 system to AIX system.
When I give;
Solaris10# rsh <hostname> ls -l , it gives me an error
rshd : 0826-826 The host name for your address is not known
At the same time,
Solaris10# rsh <hostname> ---- gives me remote shell of... (25 Replies)
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I have a series issue in script that result with bad peformence and I wonder if you can assist me.
I have two files:
File-New, size 15Mb.
File-Old, size 1Mb.
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