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my daily tools & systems

OS:

  • mainly Oracle Solaris 10 & 11 Express
  • some Linux (mainly Ubuntu & SUSE)
  • a few Windows systems (number growing)

Virtualization:

  • VMware ESX, ESXi, vCenter
  • Oracle VirtualBox

Storage:

  • Sun Open Storage (leveraging COMSTAR capabilities of Sol11)
  • Brocade FC Fabric

Software:

A lot :-)

Examples:

  • Web:
    • Apache HTTPd
    • Apache Tomcat
    • Oracle Glassfish
    • nginx
    • Squid-Cache
    • Dante (sockd)
    • Redmine
    • Wordpress
    • Joomla
    • DokuWiki
    • Sendmail
  • Databases:
    • MySQL
    • Oracle DB
    • MS SQL Server
  • Development
    • SVN
    • GIT
    • Hudson/Jenkins
  • Monitoring
    • Nagios
  • Tools :-)
    • awk
    • grep
    • sed
    • ssh
    • vi

Jan
25
awarded  Good Answer
Jan
3
awarded  Yearling
May
11
comment What does XST in the date command output mean?
I have to admit I've never used CentOS on Ubuntu this is were the timezone information is kept but after a quick search I found that CentOS uses /etc/localtime and /etc/sysconfig/clock (see for example kezhong.wordpress.com/2010/03/08/change-timezone-on-centos-5-4). Setting the timezone again might help.
May
11
comment What does XST in the date command output mean?
what's in your /etc/timezone?
Jan
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
11
awarded  Yearling
Aug
5
revised How do I move some but not all files from one directory to another?
added 154 characters in body
Aug
5
awarded  Editor
Aug
5
revised How do I move some but not all files from one directory to another?
added another possible solution
Aug
5
comment How do I move some but not all files from one directory to another?
I got something mixed up (regex vs. globs/expansions as balki and jw023 point out) :-) the last option does not what I explained it does... so I fixed it with new options based on the solution by jw0123.
Aug
5
answered How do I move some but not all files from one directory to another?
Jul
11
comment How do I open a .bak file on Linux?
have you any idea (or possibility to find out) with which program this file was initially created?
Jul
11
comment How do I open a .bak file on Linux?
what do you mean by "soft copy of one system"?
Jun
8
awarded  Autobiographer
Jun
3
comment SSH tunneling error: “channel 1: open failed: administratively prohibited: open failed”
Why are you forwarding X11 (-X option) here? If you want to only forward HTTP this is not necessary. And as a side note IMHO ssh might be the wrong solution to make a Webserver available on multiple ports.
Feb
14
answered Ssh login hook?
Jan
27
awarded  Supporter
Nov
11
answered How can I get a full process list in solaris, without truncated lines?
Oct
17
awarded  Teacher
Oct
16
answered vmlinuz file for Ubuntu