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AIX (Advanced Interactive eXecutive, pronounced "a i ex") is a series of proprietary Unix operating systems developed and sold by IBM for several of its computer platforms.

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Tar - while very versatile - does not know about many underlying issues related to inode data. I highly recommend a variation of cd $src; find . | backup -if - | (cd $target; restore -xqf -) Years …
answered Nov 22 '16 by Michael Felt
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FYI: the problem you mention is what we (in AIX) land fondly refer to as "Dependency hell" - see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dependency_hell for a nice right up. ANSWER: Michael Perzl gives his … solution here: http://www.perzl.org/aix/index.php?n=FAQs.FAQs#rpm-dependency-hell - this is probably where you will find the dependencies you are looking for. Note: for svn I have been using jsvn (java …
answered Nov 21 '16 by Michael Felt
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Starting with AIX5.0 (the beta AIX5 during Project Montery) two additional methods (RPM and ISMP) of unpacking aka installing software were added. What commands can be used to install the different t …
asked Nov 24 '16 by Michael Felt
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The easiest way to apply patches (AIX speaks of updates) would be - after having downloaded them from somewhere: # smitty update_all And answer the questions in the dialogs that follow. …
answered Nov 21 '16 by Michael Felt
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The command you are looking for (imho) is: # svmon -P -O filtertype=working,segment=off,filtercat=exclusive,unit=MB The key options here are: 'filtertype=working' # aka, no cache; 'segment=off' …
answered Nov 21 '16 by Michael Felt
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The answer is now YES - I just packaged it :) The basic install instructions will be to download the installp file via the wiki page at http://www.aixtools.net/index.php/ant, then use smitty install …
answered Nov 19 '16 by Michael Felt
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As Jeff Schaller mentions - the cause is probably a missing fileset. To answer your question - the error message is occurring because lsdev is trying - and failing to find anything - with something s …
answered Dec 14 '16 by Michael Felt
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AIX person. I have tried something simple: is status 'OTHER' something you would accept as an answer. From a Linux server I tried: root@x064:[/data]cat /proc/1/status ▒▒/▒0▒0▒;▒ ▒▒▒9▒E … ▒4▒œOTHER root@x064:[/data] root@x064:[/data/prj/gnu/less-481]strings /proc/1/status OTHER On AIX it looks similiar: michael@x071:[/home/michael]cat /proc/1/status dò0ò0 ~5!(FiË3ã­ú¤ÀOTHER michael …
answered Nov 21 '16 by Michael Felt
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You will need bos.net.ipsec.rte to be able to use an iptables like solution. check your current installation with: michael@x071:[/home/michael]lslpp -L bos.net.ipsec.rte Fileset …
answered Nov 21 '16 by Michael Felt
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for rootvg to be much larger than 16G. Applications should not be installed, by default, in rootvg. That was 'acceptable' in the late 80's and early 90's when AIX was also used as a graphic workstation … hd2 2 hdisk8 hdisk30 As I go through this - my gut feeling is that your problem is with how your rootvg has been managed. More attention should be given to moving away things that are not 'core AIX
answered Nov 21 '16 by Michael Felt
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previous versions of some.fileset.name -w: where is lslpp -w /some/file/name Identify the fileset that contains /some/file/name RPM - RedHat Package Manager rpm on AIX is standard rpm - see any Linux … ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- /usr/bin/rpm rpm.rte File Starting with AIX 7.2 (which I do not have access to …
answered Nov 24 '16 by Michael Felt
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I do not do enough awk scripting to just type the statements in, but I would look for a way to use the structure of 'master' file and have multiple blocks. Conceptual Solution Plan BEGIN { # get it …
answered Nov 25 '16 by Michael Felt
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still cannot comment - so if you would like to try using GNU iconv - as a more robust solution, without killing the programs that depend on AIX iconv I may have a package that will work for you … shr.o (64-bit) Programs depending on AIX iconv will be looking for /usr/lib/libiconv.a(shr4_64.o) (32-bit look for /usr/lib/libiconv.a(shr4.o)) while those, such as GNU iconv look to /usr/lib …
answered Nov 21 '16 by Michael Felt
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REVISITED: I am not going to say how to test a given password. I do not believe an admin should know other users passwords to submit such a test. However, I can help you find a user, or perhaps all us …
answered Nov 21 '16 by Michael Felt
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Actually, the correct gzip flags are "-dc" as the -c writes to stdout and then the pipe can process it the rest of the way. I frequently use: gzip -dc something.tar.gz | tar -xf - to unpack an a gz …
answered Nov 21 '16 by Michael Felt

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