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My directory structure is as below.
dir1, dir2, dir3
I have the list of files to be deleted in the below path as below.
/staging/retain_for_2years/Cleanup/log $ ls -lrt
drwxr-xr-x 2 nobody nobody 256 Mar 01 16:15 01-MAR-2015_SPDBS2
drwxr-xr-x 2 root ... (2 Replies)
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In sun solaris whenever a jvm crashes we used to get the core file generated in binary format. We convert this core file to human readable format using
pstack corefile >> log
How can we convert the core file generated in HPUX to human readable format ? We dont have pstack either. (11 Replies)
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When looking for corefiles, include any file with core in its name. (Some UNIX/Linux systems add the PID of the process that created the core to reduce the chances of overwriting an already existing core file that might be needed. The... (6 Replies)
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I am trying to use "find / -name core -print | xargs rm -f " ,but it would delete all core files including some core files we do not want to delete.
I search privious posts,someone said "To check what a core file came from - use the file command"
I used man page to search file command,but... (9 Replies)
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what are core files?? Can I safely delete them??? Please, help (2 Replies)
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What log files should be checked out as part of your sys admin daily routine?
I've printed out my syslog.conf file, and looked in /var/log and found authlog, syslog, and POPlog. I know of /var/adm/messages.
What others should I be looking for?
I know of the "find" command. I... (8 Replies)
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please help me, what can i do with the bountiful amount of core files our systems seem to have on occassional basis?? how do I analyze it and determine why the core file was dumped by the application that dumped it. the operating systems we use are solaris, DG-UX and linux red hat systems. (5 Replies)
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How can I go about doing this.
also, if you have any idea of other files I can delete and what I can do to improve the performance of a system thats running too slow (6 Replies)
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9. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
HP UX 11i
Ok my server is about to run out of space, and i would like to know if there is something that i should be doing on a regular basis to maintain the machine like logs that i should clear or dmp file that i should delete...
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ok heres a question, :confused: well obviously
i have here my old old motorola system V/88
in my /usr/adm folder i have a file called kernelcore which is 16mb (the computer has 16mb ram too), we believe this is the contents of our ram when the system crashed back in feb last year!
Is it save... (2 Replies)
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