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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...


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...


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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