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Installation of openfiler on VMware Workstation for shared storage in UNIX

Installation of openfiler on VMware Workstation for shared storage in UNIX Openfiler is an operating system that provides block based storage area network and file based NAS using ISCSI protocol. We can setup shared storage for our cluster setup using Openfiler.I have installed the openfiler on...

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Upcoming Veritas Training Announcement

Veritas Storage Foundation and VCS administration for Unix and Linux Engineers, What is this course ? In Machine Critical Enterprise Server Environment, storage management and high availability are the two major requirements. These requirements are very dynamic in nature and require very efficient man power to...

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Video Post – Command Line User Administration in RHEL7

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How to assign Memory Resources to Domains with the Oracle VM Server for SPARC(LDOMS)

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Quick Reference – LDOM Commands

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Four Commands for Directory listing

1 'ls': List directory contents The 'ls' program lists information about files (of any type, including directories). Options and file arguments can be intermixed arbitrarily, as usual. For non-option command-line arguments that are directories, by default 'ls' lists the contents of directories, not recursively, and omitting...
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