You try to edit the crontab file using “crontab -e” and you see something like this: Continue reading “Unix: Not able to edit crontab file”
You can use 2nd generation or above SATA drives in a Sun X4100 or any other server with a SAS bus. Because the Continue reading “Using SATA 2.5 SSD drive in a SAS Server”
prtconf | head -3 |grep Mem
Command: prtconf -pv |grep local-mac-address Continue reading “Get Mac Address When Interface is Not Plumbed”
Using the find command with wc (word count) you can see a) total files b) just files c) just links and d) just directories. Continue reading “find command with wc (word count)”
This is a good reference for the ufsdump command. Example is to disk.
A line in crontab file like below removes the tmp files from /home/someuser/tmp each day at 6:30 PM. Continue reading “Crontab Example”