Category: Unix

AIX Network Install Manager NIM

July 11, 2016 by S4

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Last modified July 15, 2016

AIX Network Install Manager NIM AIX Network Installation Management (NIM) setup ensures consistent, standard OS installations between systems that can be in separate data centers. Sometimes company also has a security rule that doesn’t allow any one machine access to all networks within organization. Separate data centers may have separate networks with no connection between them, and each network is segmented into either inside or …

PV addition in AIX Server

July 11, 2016 by S4

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Last modified July 15, 2016

PV addition in AIX Server Step 1: After creating a LUN in DS4800 assign (mapping) the same to the host AIX Server Step 2: login into AIX Server as root user Step 3: list the present status of physical volume #lspv hdisk0 00cafc4f0d72757c rootvg active hdisk1 00cafc4f0e127e26 rootvg active hdisk2 00cafc4f39d6c4c2 datavg active hdisk3 00cafc4f39e0c7d5 indexh active hdisk4 00cafc4f39d8cd8a databig active hdisk5 00cafc4f39d8cedd extract active …

To Get & Set ACL in AIX

July 11, 2016 by S4

Filed under AIX, Unix

Last modified July 15, 2016

To Get & Set ACL in AIX :   To Get ACL List for File / Directory :   # aclget oracle * * ACL_type   AIXC * attributes: base permissions owner(oracle):  rwx group(dba):  r-x others:  r-x extended permissions disabled   To Set ACL List for File / Directory :   # EDITOR=/usr/bin/vi # export EDITOR #  acledit oracle this will open the ACL List in …

AWK Scripting

July 11, 2016 by S4

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Last modified July 15, 2016

AWK Scripting Introduction                                                                    Objective This white paper explains about the AWK programming. AWK is a pattern-matching program for processing files, especially when they are databases. It also provides the command list and its usage.                                                                    Pre Requisite The pre requisite to understand this document is to have the working knowledge of Unix and  Shell Programming.                                                                     Document Usage This document helps to understand …

AIX TL/SP Upgrade using multibos (On same hard disk)

July 11, 2016 by S4

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Last modified July 15, 2016

AIX TL/SP Upgrade using multibos (On same hard disk) AIX TL/SP Upgrade using multibos (On same hard disk) 1. Remove any pervious standby BOS instances, so we can update a clean environment. # multibos -R … Return Status = SUCCESS 2. Create a standby BOS (Base Operating System) instance using the multibos command. Initially I will run a preview operation # multibos -Xsp Return Status …

Setup a proftpd daemon using ssl/tls encryption on AIX

July 11, 2016 by S4

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Last modified July 15, 2016

Setup a proftpd daemon using ssl/tls encryption on AIX 1. Install proftpd from source and first download the latest source code which is proftpd-1.3.4a at the time # export PATH=$PATH:/opt/freeware/bin # cp –r proftpd-1.3.4a /usr/src # cd /usr/src # tar -xvzf proftpd-1.3.4a.tar.gz # cd proftpd-1.3.4a Note:- Make sure you have a compiler installed and the openssl packages. (Ex:- For above FTPS version’s need openssl-0.9.7g-1 version.) …

Reset locked user ID in AIX

June 17, 2016 by S4

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Last modified June 17, 2016

Reset locked user ID in AIX This is how you can reset your locked user id in AIX # chsec -f /etc/security/lastlog -a “unsuccessful_login_count=0” -s userid # chuser “account_locked=false” userid # passwd userid

Difference between 32 bit and 64 bit JVM

March 9, 2016 by Linux Guru

Filed under Linux, Unix

Last modified July 15, 2016

Difference between 32 bit and 64 bit JVM Here I am going to put my findings whatever I gathered on 32 Vs 64 bit JVM over the internet. What 32 and 64 bit means ? : If we look at the basic definition of 32 vs 64 bit , then it simply means how much data can be operated at an instance , in case …

Customize motd on Linux

February 26, 2016 by Linux Guru

Filed under Linux, Unix

Last modified July 15, 2016

Customize motd on Linux Customize your motd (Message Of The Day) message to display the output of one or more scripts. This uses the update-motd package, which updates the motd message when run. Create new file using vi and add following lines  #vi /etc/profile.d/motd ———————–START_FILE————————————- #!/bin/bash HOSTNAME=`uname -n` KERNEL=`uname -r` CPU=`uname -p` ARCH=`uname -m` echo “$R#===================================================#” echo  ”       $W Welcome $B $USER $W to $B …

Bugzilla Installation on Linux

February 5, 2016 by S4

Filed under Linux, Unix

Last modified July 15, 2016

Bugzilla Installation on Linux 1.1.1 Linux Some Linux distributions include Bugzilla and its dependencies in their package management systems. If you have root access, installing Bugzilla on any Linux system could be as simple as finding the Bugzilla package in the package management application and installing it. There may be a small bit of additional configuration required. If you are installing your machine from scratch, …