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Nov
24
comment what happens if route row in the routing tables is empty
Under Solaris, you should almost always use the -v option to netstat, because without it, the netmask is not listed, which is really important information. I am assuming that most of the routes you've given are /24, but that's by no means a given.
Nov
24
comment what happens if route row in the routing tables is empty
What do you mean by "I can't do anything without explicitly binding to interface."? If your destination is in the 10.201.21.0 subnet then the packet will be sent to 10.201.17.254. That's all there is to it. There does not appear to be anything wrong with your 10.201.21.0 route. As for how you recursively reach 10.201.17.254, that does look odd in your table: you have three different routes, the middle one of which looks incorrect compared to the other two. You might need to describe your network topology.
Nov
24
comment (In)significance of [… ] and tty root processes
@terdon, it's the hyphen that threw me off. I knew that Linux ps supported the BSD-style options but the way you usually tell them apart when you support both (because you do have to be able to tell them apart because the option letters have conflicting meanings) is that BSD options aren't preceded by hyphens, as in ps aux. Thanks for the correction.
Nov
23
answered (In)significance of [… ] and tty root processes
Nov
21
comment Linking stripped library so
Please check if they are indeed found in <lib2> using objdump -T <lib2>.
Nov
21
comment how to route traffic on port to ip:port on linux?
I see. A lot of opaque custom software here. I guess you have to pull out Wireshark and look at what kinds of packets are getting through and which aren't, and seeing if you can see the difference.
Nov
21
comment Linking stripped library so
Are you sure that those linker errors refer to symbols that are SUPPOSED to be found in <lib2>?
Nov
21
comment how to route traffic on port to ip:port on linux?
Since we are talking about UDP, not TCP, here, what exactly do you mean by "connect"? What are you using to test the DNAT from the outside?
Nov
21
comment Linking stripped library so
I'm pretty sure that stripping a shared library doesn't affect one's ability to link against it because strip doesn't touch the dynamic symbols. Thus, if some symbols from <lib2> aren't found, I believe it's not related to stripping. <lib2> probably need to itself be linked against some other library that it depends on, but it wasn't.
Nov
21
comment How to check backup file created and exist and the file created with date+time
Check if a file exists that is named after the correct date?
Nov
21
comment How to print the base file name using find in Unix?
For why it's needed, that's clearly documented in the manpage. Please read it. It's how find knows where your command ends. For why it needs to be escaped, it's a shall metacharacter.
Nov
21
comment How to check backup file created and exist and the file created with date+time
What is your actual question? What are you trying to check for, exactly?
Nov
21
revised How to check backup file created and exist and the file created with date+time
fixed bad formatting
Nov
21
answered How to print the base file name using find in Unix?
Nov
21
comment The command 'cp' can only used on block device?
The cp command is not normally used on block devices, even though technically it can be. It is normally used with regular files. Other kinds of "files" it is not normally used with are sockets, fifos, etc...
Nov
20
comment How to bridge a VM to public IP
Please copy the output of brctl show while the VM is running and copy the vif section of the Xen config file for the VM. The output of ip addr could potentially be useful too. The VM's virtual network interface might not be getting introduced into the bridge.
Nov
19
answered Position window automaticly in TWM
Nov
19
answered How to get owner and full path of 50 large size file across all users?
Nov
19
comment How to get owner and full path of 50 large size file across all users?
Can you confirm that by "top 50 files" you mean "50 largest files", as opposed to "50 most popular files" or something else? Just "top 50" is not clearn.
Nov
19
comment script to get login details of employess
Sorry, your question is very unclear. You need to write a script that collects login and logout times? locally? remotely? what have you tried? what's problem did you encounter? What does "WASS" mean? What do you mean by "login details"?