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Guys i am a newbie with AIX. I would be glad if you can help me produce answers in this questions. thanks

1. Check server connectivity
2. Check/review/investigate for login failure detection
3. Check/review/investigate for user login failure
4. Check/review/investigate for Revoke Detection
5. Check/analyze for server Disk/memory/cpu Utilization
6. Check for server log done by the script.
7. how to Retrieve/Review network device logs
8. how to Backup/Review/Check/Install AIX APAR
9. how to QEV/CBN/PAR user revalidation
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Dist::Zilla::Plugin::Git::Check - check your git repository before releasing VERSION
version 1.121820 SYNOPSIS
In your dist.ini: [Git::Check] allow_dirty = dist.ini allow_dirty = README changelog = Changes ; this is the default DESCRIPTION
This plugin checks that git is in a clean state before releasing. The following checks are performed before releasing: o there should be no files in the index (staged copy) o there should be no untracked files in the working copy o the working copy should be clean. The files listed in "allow_dirty" can be modified locally, though. If those conditions are not met, the plugin will die, and the release will thus be aborted. This lets you fix the problems before continuing. The plugin accepts the following options: o changelog - the name of your changelog file. defaults to Changes. o allow_dirty - a file that is allowed to have local modifications. This option may appear multiple times. The default list is dist.ini and the changelog file given by "changelog". You can use "allow_dirty =" to prohibit all local modifications. AUTHOR
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