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q1) If i am in a global-zone, is there any command or anyway to check if a particular process in "ps -ef" output is running in which zone ?
q2) if i have created and mount a lofs filesystem/mountpoint for my non-global zone, can i say the following
/dev/md/dsk/d60 /data --... (1 Reply)
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Platform: Oracle Linux 6.4
To find the most memory consuming processes, I tried the following 2 methods
# ps aux | head -1 ; ps aux | sort -nk +4 | tail -7
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The end result that I'd like is to terminate any process on my ps -u username list that extends beyond 20 minutes. I know for a fact that this process will be named l.exe, but I don't know the number in between and I won't know the PID. Is there a way to use grep or pidof to do this task every 20... (2 Replies)
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When I run 'top' command,I see the following
Memory: 32G real, 12G free, 96G swap free
Though it shows as 12G free,I am not able to account for processes that consume the rest 20G.
In my understanding some process should be consuming atleast 15-16 G but I am not able to find them.
Is... (1 Reply)
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Is there some way to tell what processes are attached to a shared memory segment? We have a system on which I perform "icps -ma" and there are several segments pending deletion having numerous processes attached to them and I can't tell what processes they are. Neither the creator's pid nor last... (7 Replies)
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I had issues with processes locking up. This script checks for processes and kills them if they are older than a certain time.
Its uses some functions you'll need to define or remove, like slog() which I use for logging, and is_running() which checks if this script is already running so you can... (0 Replies)
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I was asked to find most busy file system on one of the server. It is Sun 10. Any idea to get this?
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when I run sfdisk -l get:
Disk /dev/sda: 19452 cylinders, 255 heads, 63 sectors/track
Units = cylinders of 8225280 bytes, blocks of 1024 bytes, counting from 0
Device Boot Start End #cyls #blocks Id System
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I have here a hard drive from a computer that was damaged, and now the costumer needs the data on the hard drive, but doesn't have any other computer to read data.
I don't really know what file system is on the disk.
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I want to get current system open file table value. Can any one help.
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