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comment find parent string based on regex
Thank you. I'll give it a try.
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comment find parent string based on regex
since when? this is shell scripting question which is part of this site you can find more info -> unix.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic.
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comment find parent string based on regex
this is an answer as it does exactly what I want, although it's slow and I would like something simpler. Doing like this to 200+ devices is just overkill. Although when I posted the question I had only volume name and was thinking on how to obtain the desired result.
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comment find parent string based on regex
I want to find the domain associated with a device. Mainly I have a list of devices, I find their volume name (vol=name) and then I want to get the domain they are assigned to.
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comment ZFS: Trying to remove top-level drive from Zpool
@chronic I wonder what documentation you read. Increasing zpool size is just a matter of adding a disk or even a new stripe/mirror/raidz to it. The only trick in some cases is that you need to perform a zpool set autoexpand=on after adding the disks. Same goes to extend space on a single device zpool, resize underlying this, autoexpand=on and then off and new space is available.
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comment Tomcat: no xmx/xms value set, where is the heap value being defined?
a simple google search let to this: stackoverflow.com/questions/6897476/…, unless I am misunderstanding the question.
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answered Shell script to Capture the file name and size in csv file and add header on that file
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comment zfs replication temporary file
that's manual work, but on the destination you can do zfs list -t snapshot and check how much space is use.
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comment zfs replication temporary file
I add a similar situation recently, but you can't see anything besides the destination increasing. In my case was send and receive . But even using -v option, only at the end of the operation it tells you how long it took and the amount of data.
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comment ksh, perform action when reaching loop maximal value
can you explain why is not correct? with the current implementation after a max of 5 "failed" executions it ends.
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