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Useful day-to-day Celerra commands

Command:1 Create file system /nas/bin/nas_fs -name fs1 -type uxfs -create size= pool= -auto_extend yes -max_size -vp yes -option slice=y,mover=server_2 Command:2 Create Mount Point /nas/bin/server_mountpoint server_2 -create /fs1 Command:3 Mount File System /nas/bin/server_mount server_2 fs1 /fs1 Command:4 Enable Unicode for CIFS Compatibility /nas/sbin/uc_config -on -mover server_2 Command:5...

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Python Interview Preparation – Assessment – 3

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Performance Monitoring : Vmstat – to find performance bottleneck

The vmstat command is a useful tool to get a general overview of system performance and to triage for performance issues. Performance bottlenecks fall into four major categories: CPU, disk I/O’s, memory, and network I/O’s. The vmstat can help to find problems within the first three...

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Configuring Solaris Syslogd for Centralized log Setup

Syslogd is the daemon that continuously reads and forwards system messages to the appropriate log files or users, depending upon the priority of a message and the system facility from which it originates. The syslogd daemon reads the /etc/syslog.conf to process each and every system message...

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