Monthly Archives: January 2014

netapp 7-mode upgrade simulator (exercise)

This is just an exercise for installing a second image on your simulator and boot from it. First the existing image is tarred and zipped and put on the root volume. Then the update is done and after that you … Continue reading

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netapp add disks to simulator

f1> priv set advanced ( or in cdot: set d ) f1*> useradmin diaguser unlock f1*> useradmin diaguser password ( or in cdot: security login unlock -username diag security login password -username diag) Enter a new password:***** Enter it again:***** … Continue reading

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netapp adding disks

7-mode and cmode

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linux allocate memory

#!/bin/bash echo “Provide sleep time in the form of NUMBER[SUFFIX]” echo ” SUFFIX may be ‘s’ for seconds (default), ‘m’ for minutes,” echo ” ‘h’ for hours, or ‘d’ for days.” read -p “> ” delay echo “begin allocating memory…” … Continue reading

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cdot exercises

1. Your cluster has 2 cluster-interfaces per node. Find an available network port per node and add a third cluster-interface on each node to increase the bandwidth on the cluster-network. example 2. Create a new user (user1) in a vserver … Continue reading

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clustermode 8.2.1 qtree export

Support for qtree nfs-exports. A new qtree volume qtree create -vserver vserver_name -qtree-path /vol/volume_name/qtree_name -export-policy export_policy_name An existing qtree volume qtree modify -vserver vserver_name -qtree-path /vol/volume_name/qtree_name -export-policy export_policy_name

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esx power on vm

To power on a virtual machine from the command line: List the inventory ID of the virtual machine with the command: vim-cmd vmsvc/getallvms |grep Note: The first column of the output shows the vmid. Check the power state of the … Continue reading

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mysql phpmyadmin install

phpmyadmin_installation Step #1: Turn on EPEL repo phpMyAdmin is not included in default RHEL / CentOS repo. So turn on EPEL repo as described here: $ cd /tmp $ wget # rpm -ivh epel-release-6-8.noarch.rpm Step #2: Install phpMyAdmin on … Continue reading

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