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1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I'm using a .txt file filled with domain names for dig to use, the problem is that when i look at the results I get the query time for each individual query, I want to know how long it took in total for all queries to run, how can I achieve this? any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you.... (3 Replies)
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2. Shell Programming and Scripting
i want to find the no:of occurrences of a word in a file
unix script unix script
unix script unix script unix script unix script
unix script unix script unix
unix script unix script now i want to find , how many times 'unix' was occurred
please help me
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3. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I have a server box with 16GB ram in it, within the server box there are 3 VMs running with a total allocation of 9GB.
if I add up all the numbers under memory info using vmstat I get 15.8GB so I can say it adds up to 16Gb...
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Discussion started by: speedhunt3r
I would like to know how to find Total Memory of Vio Server? I have used command prtconf | grep Memory , though this command is showing allocated memory of vio server.
But I would like to find out Total Memory of VIO Server,
Though this can be find out using browser http://<ip address... (9 Replies)
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5. Shell Programming and Scripting
I'm trying to create a connection with DB from shell script using the following string
in which I'm successful.
However, after connecting to DB it is giving me a sql prompt as follows
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6. Shell Programming and Scripting
How can I find total CPU usage in percentage? e.g. if my system has 8 CPUs and I want to list total usage for all of them, is it possible through a command?
I have tried some of the commands like top, mpstat, sar. The output of those commands has to be manipulated to derive the percentage... (14 Replies)
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7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am seeing a lot of TCP failed connection attempts from "netstat -s" on one of our servers.
How can I pin point what connection failed and what are the ports involved?
Any tools/commands I can dig in deeper to diag. what went wrong on these "failed connection attempts"?
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Actually there are some bugs in application which does not close the TCP connection to other server though CORBA.
We need to kill that ESTABLISHED connections as new connection are not happeneing as the allocated ports were used and showing as ESTABLISHED
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9. Shell Programming and Scripting
Here is my file name countries
USSR 8650 262 Asia
Canada 3852 24 North America
China 3692 866 Asia
USA 3615 219 North America
Brazil 3286 116 South America
India 1269 637 Asia
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10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I did netstat and it is listening, what can i do from the client side that to see if the port is open?
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