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1. Red Hat
Hi guys, new user here, so please be gentle.
I need to build a lot of servers at work on a weekly basis with various versions of RH and additional applications.
We use PXE/Kickstart to do this with selections made from a simple menu structure.
However, I keep hearing about Cobbler and... (0 Replies)
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What are the advantages for Sun Fire 490 over Sun Fire 480 R just from a server performance perspective? Or, are they both just about the same? (1 Reply)
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3. Shell Programming and Scripting
I'm reading <learning the bash shell>. And in the section - 3.1. The .bash_profile, .bash_logout, and .bashrc Files
bash allows two synonyms for .bash_profile: .bash_login, derived from the C
shell's file named .login, and .profile, derived from the Bourne shell and Korn
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4. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Is there a performance advantage of one of these over the other? Obviously, it makes no sense to use normal TCP sockets or UDP sockets w/ the overhead they carry. But what about UNIX domain sockets vs FIFOs? I'd think they'd be very similar, in terms of performance and in terms of how they're... (2 Replies)
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5. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
If I use sockets for IPC, and can easily distribute my applications.
UNIX Message Queues are local to the processor.
As I understand it, Message Queues still incur system call overhead, just like socket calls.
What advantage does a UNIX Message Queue provide versus a TCP or UDP Socket,... (2 Replies)
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I am having some error handling issues with and fd passed between Independent processes using unix domain sockets (On HPUX).
Here is the scnerio
Step 1: TPC/Client (connect()) ---Connects to ------TCP/Server(Gateway) (server gets fd)
Step 2: ... (2 Replies)
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7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
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