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1. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have so many (hundreds of thousands) files and directories within this one specific directory that my "rm -rf" command to delete them has been taking forever.
I did this via the SSH, my question is: if my SSH connection times out before rm -rf finishes, will it continue to delete all of those... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: phpchick
2. UNIX and Linux Applications
One of my job is taking long running time.
I need to identify from the unix log file can you please help how to troubleshoot. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Nsharma3006
3. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
All the data are kept on Netapp using NFS. some directories are so fast when doing ls but few of them are slow. After doing few times, it becomes fast. Then again after few minutes, it becomes slow again. Can you advise what's going on?
This one directory I am very interested is giving... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: samnyc
OS = Solaris 5.10
Hardware Sun Fire T2000 with 1 Ghz quode core
We have oracle application 11i with 10g database. When ever i am trying to take cold backup of database with 55GB size its taking long time to finish. As the application is down nobody is using the server at all... (8 Replies)
Discussion started by: yoojamu
It's almost 3 days now and my resync/re-attach is only at 80%. Is there something I can check in Solaris 10 that would be causing the degradation. It's only a standby machine.
My live system completed in 6hrs. (9 Replies)
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6. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
grep -f taking long time to compare for big files, any alternate for fast check
I am using grep -f file1 file2 to check - to ckeck dups/common rows prsents. But my files contains file1 contains 5gb and file 2 contains 50 mb and its taking such a long time to compare the files.
Do we have any... (10 Replies)
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7. Shell Programming and Scripting
I have here a script which is used to purge older files/directories based on defined purge period. The script consists of 45 find commands, where each command will need to traverse through more than a million directories. Therefore a single find command executes around 22-25 mins... (7 Replies)
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8. Shell Programming and Scripting
I'm new from UNIX scripting. Please help.
I have about 10,000 files from the $ROOTDIR/scp/inbox/string1 directory to compare with the 50 files from /$ROOTDIR/output/tma/pnt/bad/string1/ directory and it takes about 2 hours plus to complete the for loop. Is there a better way to re-write the... (5 Replies)
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9. Red Hat
I'm having a bit of a login performance issue.. wondering if anyone has any ideas where I might look.
Here's the scenario...
Linux Red Hat ES 4 update 5
regardless of where I login from (ssh or on the text console) after providing the password the system seems to pause for between 30... (4 Replies)
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10. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
We are having around 60 users.
The time set to retrieve the mail is 300 sec.
But it's taking around 1 hour to deliver mails.
I am using debian sarge 3.1.
And how it will affect if I decrease the time?
My machine has got 1 p4 3.0 GHZ processor and 1 GB ram.
The home... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: squid04