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    We are trying to get user account creation and deletion logs to the AIX Syslog. We have *.Debug as the logging level set in syslog.conf file. How ever the user account creation and deletion are not generating any entries to the syslog file. We are getting Login logout and SU login details to the...

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  • Linux OS audit log retention

    Question about Linux Redhat OS audit logs. Is anyone familiar with the audit.log.xxx and the audit.log.xxx.gz relation? I've been moving the logs in /var/log/audit off for retention but I think I might be doing it incorrectly by moving the gz files off to be backed up and also to make room on...

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  • Free IT Book: Building Applications in the Cloud

    This week's free IT book is Christopher Moyer's Building Applications in the Cloud: Concepts, Patterns, and Projects. "Don't just migrate the cloud: Use cloud architectural patterns that deliver superior performance, scalability, and availability" with this great resource. Answer one of five...

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  • Free IT Book: Development with the Force.com Platform

    These days enterprise applications are all the rage, with the ultimate question being: Who's going to build it? You know the saying, If you build it, they will come, and while I'm not quite sure how the second part of that saying fits, we have the resource to help you build it. Development with the...

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  • yast2 not working : in SUSE linux 10

     "need to install yast2-ncurses for yast2 text interface.... " I am getting this error message when trying to run yast..... I already tried the following 1) installing yast2-ncurses 2) ldconfig 3) rcxdm restart I am also not able to start "gdm" can any one suggest  a better solutin ???

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  • SSH Orphaned Qinter Sessions

    We are in the process of rolling out SSH on all our Lpars and we are testing and poking around and have found a number of occassions where we have an Orphaned Qinter Job associated with a SSH or Qshell job. These jobs have been running for days and days, not sure why the Inactivity timer is not...

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  • Free IT Book: The Official Ubuntu Book

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  • Open IT Forum: What to consider when building a data center?

    What are some of the key factors the enterprise should consider when building a data center that can last? We'd love to hear stories from your own experience, or see lists of your own must-haves when it comes to a new data center. Share your thoughts and we'll share 100 Knowledge Points!

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  • Open IT Forum: What data center fads should be avoided?

    There's always something new and improved, especially in something as complex as a data center. What are some recent technologies you've seen that strike you more as fads rather than essential additions to the data center? Share your opinion, and we'll share 75 Knowledge Points!

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  • Convert UNIX files into Windows files

    We are running out of space in a unix server, so need to shift/convert all the unix server files into a Dell windows server. since we are running out of space in unix server we cannot use any space in the unix server. please advice how we can do this. If we FTP the files the how the unix file...

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  • Moving file from Linux to AS/400

    how can i get a file from linux to my as400 use to do it with Client Assist but being told that does not exist in linux !

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  • Free IT Book: The Official Ubuntu Book, Sixth Edition

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  • Is Windows hosting a better platform compared to Linux?

    I'm setting up a website and I'm uncertain of what platform should I have for my server. My friends say having linux is much better compared to windows, but I'm more comfortable working with windows. when it comes to application specific to OS and security, which do you think is best? forgive me...

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  • Open IT Forum: Did you buy a TouchPad?

    HP's decision to discontinue the TouchPad (and its subsequent steal of a price) has been all the buzz the past couple days. Did you bite at the alluring $99 price tag? Tell us what went into your decision, or if you couldn't care less about the TouchPad. Do you think hackers are about to have a...

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  • Open IT Forum: How do you prepare your data center for severe weather?

    Every season has its share of weather threats, and we want to know how you prepare for them. The east coast is gearing up for Hurricane Irene's arrival, and we were wondering what steps you were taking (if any) to make sure your data center doesn't see much (or any) downtime. What unique conditions...

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  • Open IT Forum: What should system documentation look like?

    While documentation doesn't necessarily make the world go 'round, it certainly keeps it spinning neatly on its axis when trouble arises. If you're providing a product or service, you should be providing your customers with accurate information that allows them to effectively use and maintain that...

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  • SHA1 Digest in Perl.

    Is SHA1.pm ( Perl module for SHA1 algorithm ) included in the perl download package from web? I ported a script from a Linux environment to an AIX environment. This script uses the SHA1 message digest. Although, perl exists on the AIX environment ( checked this using perl -v) , the script can't...

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  • Free IT Book: Essential Skills for the Agile Developer

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