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Change AIX update process to exclude updating Perl and or just it's external modules
Currently when an Admin goes to upgrade AIX (ie. TL/SP levels),the upgrade process also will update perl runtime along with man pages. This process will at times overlay/"backlevel" modules which have manually been added to the perl (from CPAN) in...
In every /etc/niminfo file on a NIM client the NIM Master ID is stored (which is #uname -m on the NIM Master). When you move the NIM master to a different system using Live Partition Mobility, the #uname -m changes. This causes the NIM client not ...
Develop a mechanism to have the HMC events and AIX Syslog be in sync when errors occur and the HMC calls home.
When an LPAR or Manage System reported an event that will require parts replacement, the HMC and LPAR be should be in sync about the call home event. The native syslog and its default reporting tool that comes with AIX may not be sufficient. A goo...
Need Working mt Comand That Actually Gives Tapes Status Information
Like EVERY other UNIX/LINUX out there, we need a working 'mt' command that actually returns the status of the tape drive. 'mt status' should tell us that the tape drive is: 1) Loaded or Unloaded 2) Write protected or Not 3) Tape position (at begin...
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