Author: Ramdev

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Oracle Enterprise Linux – Configure Raid

RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) defines the use of multiple hard disks by systems to provide increased diskspace, performance and availability. This article solely focuses on implementing RAID1, commonly referred to as mirror disk, whereby two (or more) disks contain identical content. System availability and...

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Solaris Troubleshooting : recover hung System Controller [ Sun Fire v1280, E2900, 3800, 4800, 4810, 6800, E4900, E6900, and Netra 1280, 1290 Server ]

When a system controller (SC) is hung, try a few steps before pressing the Reset button on the SC. Step 1 . Try to Telnet or directly connect to the serial port of the “hung” SC, TIP into the platform shell, and use the “reboot” command....

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Veritas VxVM : Growing a Solaris root filesystem controlled by Veritas

Below is one of the procedure will help you to grow the root file system controlled by Veritas, but this procedure need system downtime 1. Remove the mirrored plexes from Veritas (vxplex -o rm dis ) use “vxprint -ht” to find the mirrored plexes (usually rootvol-02 & swapvol-02)...

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DevOps Series – Automation with Puppet – Part5

Understanding Puppet Modules Modules are directories that contain configuration information. Modules have predefined structures. An example module is openssh, which not only installs OpenSSH on a client, but also configures it. Modules can be shared easily with others. Numerous modules are available on Puppet Forge (https://forge.puppetlabs.com/)....

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Understanding Network VLANs

Virtual LANs or VLANs are virtual separations within a switch that provide distinct logical LANs that each behave if there were configured on a separate physical switch. Some Important points about VLANS.  All the servers connected with in a VLAN will have same broadcasting domain, and...

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