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1. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
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Discussion started by: NICEPeppino
2. Shell Programming and Scripting
Say i have:
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Discussion started by: timmywong
I am going through solaris volume manager guide for RAID-0 concatenation and stripes, I do not understand the concept of stripe from following example of concatenation.
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4. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
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Discussion started by: drew_holm
I have a PERC 5/i card. Im using with it 3 15k rpm HDD's (model: SEAGATE Savvio 15K ST936751SS). Im going to install debian on this array.. and im looking for performance... So what would be the stripe size that i should set this raid 0 into to give me the best performance?
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Discussion started by: supermiguel
Hello. I can't get it work :(
My application receives data from em-marin reader only being active. Switching to another app makes the port become silent.
MarinReader works in another thread.
Port reading is going while the app is inactive (tested).
Env: Ubuntu 9.04, Gnome, Qt (i've tryed pure... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Dp0H
I am facing some problem with magnetic tape drive.
Backups are coming properly with the tapes that we had previously mt st give o/p as below ..
2ksh# mt st
Quantum Super DLT 320 tape drive:
sense key(0x6)= Unit Attention residual= 0 retries= 0
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Discussion started by: ailnilanjan
I see on some of the recent Sun workstations that there is a secure card reader installed. I have a Sunblade 100 and 150 and would like to know, how do you access this device or turn it on to use it?
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Discussion started by: Gekko
MT(1) General Commands Manual MT(1)
mt - magnetic tape manipulating program
mt [ -f tapename ] command [ count ]
Mt is used to give commands to a magnetic tape drive. If a tape name is not specified, the environment variable TAPE is used; if TAPE
does not exist, mt uses the device /dev/rmt12. Note that tapename must reference a raw (not block) tape device. By default mt performs
the requested operation once. Operations may be performed multiple times by specifying count.
The available commands are listed below. Only as many characters as are required to uniquely identify a command need be specified.
Write count end-of-file marks at the current position on the tape.
fsf Forward space count files.
fsr Forward space count records.
bsf Back space count files.
bsr Back space count records.
rewind Rewind the tape (Count is ignored).
Rewind the tape and place the tape unit off-line (Count is ignored).
status Print status information about the tape unit.
Enable the readahead/writebehind cache on the tape unit.
Turn off the readahead/writebehind cache on the tape unit.
Mt returns a 0 exit status when the operation(s) were successful, 1 if the command was unrecognized, and 2 if an operation failed.
The cacheon and cacheoff commands currently only apply to the TMSCP driver and then only for certain drives such as the TU81+. No error is
produced by the TMSCP driver if the cache commands are used. Other drivers will return an error code since they do not recognize the
MTCACHE and MTNOCACHE functions codes. See mtio(4).
/dev/rmt* Raw magnetic tape interface
mtio(4), tmscp(4), dd(1), ioctl(2), environ(7)
4th Berkeley Distribution December 22, 1995 MT(1)