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Will the real DBA please standup! Is there a forum just for DBAs? I got started in 1995 when a recruiter asked me if I wanted to be a DBA on an AS/400? Was I surprised! However, the shop that hired me did not understand what a DBA on AS/400 really did... nor did I. Well, I ended up doing security,...
When migrating from Unix to Linux, Linux supports Oracle and the computer terminals used run on Windows 7, which supports a file in Windows Server 2008.
I'm currently losing both Windows and Unix machines and I understand how to edit a binary file in Windows. But is there a way I can do it on Unix? Thanks!
I'm trying to send an email through my Linux Shell script but can't find a way. Is there a specific command to do it? And do I have to setup my server in a specific way? Thank you.
What does the candidate key look like in my database?
If address 0000 contains 5in memory, then what will be contained in address 500 at the end of execution?
I set up a filter/label for just one of my contacts recently. Used it for a few months but then deleted it because I wanted to go back to just getting his mail in my inbox. Just realized I have 4 unread emails from him, all skipped my inbox and went to "all mail"! Why is this happening, does it...
What are the most important things you do to keep clients?
How to find your email server on a Kindle Fire?
When mailing to a large list (50K+), is it better to mail HTML or plain text emails?
There are dozens of services that distribute your press release online for free. Are any of these services effective? How do you know? Does anyone have any experience, good or bad, to share?
Hi Everyone, Good day! Hope you are all doing well today! I have a p550 server with 2 partitions but only 1 partition is running. I want to replace the eth card with FC card. But when I replaced the card, it is still the eth card that being recognized by the system and not the FC card. Any idea on...
My department owns a directory in Linux (and I'm a member of it) but, for some reason, I can't create a file in it. What is the cause? It says permission denied.
Hello, We're a small IT department in a much larger enterprise and we're looking to find a solution to a problem that's really been challenging us. We are a "customer" of a large Microsoft Active Directory and an SCCM environment. In this, we run two of our own Server 2012 R2 file servers and a...
Would there be an option for me in a Linux command to filter my processes by name and then write the CPU usage for every process to a log file? Thanks!
Would it be possible for me to run a CRON JOB command every six hours in Linux? I've tried this code so far but it didn't work: /6 * * * * * mycommand Thank you.
I just installed JDK on my machine but I can't find my JDK folder. Do I have to set the path for that? If not, where is it located?
In Linux, I have to go ahead and rename all of our folders / files (folder tree) to lowercase so no uppercase letters appear anywhere. I'm looking to do a shell script but it needs to be on a Linux system. Is this possible?
Our company has a script that allows any user to log into our server using SSH. Would there happen to be a way we can find out automatically what IP address that user is coming from? Thanks!
I'm currently doing some testing in Linux and for several purposes, I have to create a file of a specific size. We need to check the uploading time. Is there a Linux command to do this? Thank you.