My environment is heterogeneous my authentication and home server are currently stuck on a 1G shared network, the production servers and storage servers are on a bonded 40G network, all are in the same VLAN. I have about 100 servers on the 40GB bon..
In my bin directory, most of the binaries are linked to it. It is in my path. I have googled this and cannot find anything close.I am running bash on CentOS6.8When I run which command most of the files in this custom bin directory show up.When I ..
I am a bit baffled on this.We recently rebuilt all our servers to CentOS release 6.8 (Final)from a prior 6.x CentOS release.We ran into a couple of problems such as Java not working (just had to yum install java). It was installed, but unable to cre..
I am moving LDAP from one domain to another We have moved off of a.wustl.edu network to b.school.edu network.I have searched vi /etc/nslcd.conf vi /etc/openLDAP/ldap.confand removed all referances to aI restarted/etc/init.d/nscd restartthis is red..
I am trying to load CentOS on a gen opteronx86but since the boxes are out of support, I am unable to find firmware for it.Any suggestions on where I might find the drivers?T..
I am still trying to get kick-start CentOS in my vmware5 because pxe cannot find the pxe server. I do not control the dhcp or pxe server. I have both my kickstart file and my iso image for CentOS6.5 on my vmware datastore, but am trying to run my kickst..
I have an interesting problem. I want to be able to verify that my hostname, ipaddress, and mac address are correct in the DNS/DHCP. I have the values, how do I compare.I am able to use NSLOOKUP for the hostname=ip confirmationHow do I do the ip addre..
I have a new ESXi server (5.x), and trying to load some VM guests on there. I have the guests configured, but when I try and boot from ISO image, the graphics are so bad it is futile. No worries I normally use kickstart anyways.Because the ESXi (on ..
I am looking for opinions and personal experience on CentOS7 for both grid and virtualized web environments. I am currently on CentOS6.5 in a production environment.I am about to add about 50 more servers to my grid and am trying to identify the advanta..
In days of old, in Solaris there was a daemon for NFS Client, and NFS server (actually several including portmap…). I am unable to find reference to the daemon that runs NFS client But the RedHat Documentation does not explain the NFS client daem..