HP Data Protector software automates high-performance backup and recovery from disk or tape to enable 24×7 business continuity at a compelling price-to-performance ratio. Appropriate for medium and large companies, this software helps you reduce IT costs and complexity while delivering the reliability and scalability needed to grow from a single server environment to the largest […]
How to change IP in Solaris 10: (reboot is not needed) 1. Edit -> Code: #/etc/hosts and /etc/inet/ipnodes files 2. Restart network :Code: # svcadm restart network/physical 3. To ensure that IP address has been changed, Code:/etc/netmasks Change Hostname in Solaris 10 (reboot needed) Change the hostname in the following files: […]
Install MyDNSConfig MyDNSConfig is a web-interface that allows to administrate/create/delete DNS records easily. All data is stored in a MySQL database, and this MySQL database is used by the MyDNS-NG name server to retrieve the DNS records. MyDNS comes with its own web-interface which we found quite hard to use, especially for newbies, that’s why […]
This methode is working on Firefox 188.8.131.52 for AIX 4.3.3 or laterAIX 4.3.3 ML11, AIX 5.1 ML9, AIX 5.2 TL10 and AIX 5.3 ML5 the first step is download the latest firefox for IBM AIX systems from here : http://home.arcor.de/ulrich.link/ForAIX/Firefox/firefox-184.108.40.206.en-US.aix220.127.116.11-common-gtk1.tar.bz2 For AIX 4.3.3 ML 11 you need X11 installed and C++ runtime libs xlC.aix43.rte 18.104.22.168 […]
BackupPC is an entirely disk-based backup and recovery system. It offers a number of advantages, some of which are available only with BackupPC, Backuppc Support any client OS and has a Web interface to allows user control of and access to backups
The process of shutting down a Solaris system is critical. Using the init program to restart a system causes Solaris to perform a sequence of steps to shutdown services gracefully. The reboot command bypasses the runtime control scripts and can compromise data integrity. The sync commands synchronize the filesystem, flushing buffered data to disk.