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1. UNIX for Beginners Questions & Answers
Ok so i thought i was smart but i can tell I need some help. I am playing around with understanding lvm and adding disks to a linux box. I added a disk and then ran what i thought were commands to add this disk to the box but I think I messed up and would like some help. My question is did i... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: cptkirkh
I have two SCSI Hard Drives in a Sun Solaris 8 server as shown below. I would like to access Disk1 and look at its contents, directory structure and files. How do I change my default directory from Disk 0 to Disk 1 and vice versa?
Thank you. (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: ssabet
I have install 2 HDD in my server and now installing the Centos6.4.
I want create the LVM of those 2 HDD's so while i'm doing this it is not allowing me to select these 2 disk's from allowable disk list.
Same problem if i tried to make Software RAID with creating LVM.
Please help. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: purushottamaher
I have three Sun Oracle Netra T5220s. I am trying to just get the processor information psrinfo or prtdiag -v from the # prompt in single user mode.
I am needing to know the commands to get to boot the CD/DVD of the Solaris OS. I am using it via Serial Port Management.
Tinkering around I... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: nerdboy
Hello everyone. I have a question which I may know the answer to, I'm just looking for a confirmation. When it comes to the MBR of a hard drive, i've read in multiple sources that it's always located in the first sector of the hard drive. Is the MBR there from the factory? When I buy a new blank... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Lost in Cyberia
I have a T2000 Sun-Fire server. I have 2 sets of drives in a raid 1. Lets call them Set A and Set B. I had Set A installed and working. I needed a new install so I so build up Set B. After some time I wanted to put Set A back in the server. Now the system will not boot off of Set A. I tried to boot... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: stu1811
7. Filesystems, Disks and Memory
I just added 2 physical new hard drives to my SUSE server. My server is already running SUSE 10.3 version.
Is there a command i can use to add the new space or even see if the system can sees them? (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Katkota
Version: solaris 10 x86
I just got a western digital external harddrive formated with fat 32. this drive came with some setup files which is meant for windows or mac.
I want to reformat and partition this drive into two ( for solaris and windows) such that the setup files will still be there... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: seyiisq
I have a Solaris machine running OpenSolaris v5.11.
It came with a hard drive. It's called /dev/dsk/c4d0s0.
I added two new hard drives into the box. I can't figure out what it's called in /dev/dsk. There are 210 filenames in /dev/dsk.
How do I find out which filename corresponds to the... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: sqa777
I am using an Acer Aspire 4720Z with two partitions C and D. Windows is installed on C and I decided to install Red Hat Linux 9 in partition D. The two partitions are in NTFS file system. During my installation of the the Linux, a prompt was displayed on screen with the message: "No hard drives... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: tamcomng