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1. Red Hat
I have 2 machines in production environment:
1. redhat machine for application
2. DB machine (oracle)
The application doing a lot of small read&writes from and to the DB machine.
The problem is that after some few hours the network from the application to the DB becomes very slow and... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: moshesa
I've one Netra 240
After changing main board and system configuration card reader, Network is not accessible any more, Network interfaces are always UP and Running even when there is no cable connected to Network interfaces.
I tried to restart and plumb/unplumb with no luck.
ifconfig -a... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: samer.odeh
3. UNIX and Linux Applications
I'm a italian student. For my thesis I develop a gateway with protocol 6lowpan.
For that I must access to network interface to develope my personal stack based on standard 802.15.4.
Can you help me? I need an explanation for that. (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: berny88
4. IP Networking
hello i have a ubuntu ssh server that i can acess from any of my comnputers but only if they are on the same wireless network as the server. i tested trhis my tehtehring my samsung blackjack to my windows partition and installing openssh to windows it works when windows is on the wireless but no... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: old noob
I am developing a Network Appliation to monitor computers in a network.
App monitors the current web page viewed in each system
App also can shutdown the computer in the network
App can show all process run by each computer in the network
I am now confused how to start my... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: valaparambil88
Kind of an emergency situation, I have to NFS mount an AIX filesystem on to a Sun Solaris OS (5.10).
Typically from Sun to Sun is:
mount -F nfs <remote file system>/dir <mount point>
Which of course doesn't work if the remote file system is another OS (like AIX).
Is there... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: jeffpas
7. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I have a Solaris 10 OS. I would like to map a network drive to a Windows machine. I have typed the following command
#mount 220.127.116.11:/content_dir /windows
18.104.22.168 - ip address of my windows box
content_dir - directory that I have shared out to others users on my windows box... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: annointed3
8. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
I wonder if there is any possibility to mount NTFS or FAT32 from remote Windows* machine to, let's say, OpenBSD or RedHat??? Like Samba, but reverse.
Thank you all. (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: solvman