Tag Archives: awk

Quickly report alive IPv6 addresses on the network

While searching a robust solution to discover all alive hosts on the local IPv6 subnet, I have found the easiest way except, probably, ndp is to ping … no, not each of them, but the multicast address ff02::1 and then … Continue reading

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Scan IBM SVC/Storwize system for “SCSI ID Mismatches”

A small addition to the SAN/Storage CLI Toolbox which shows so called SCSI ID (LUN) mismatches on IBM SVC/Storwize systems. This Bourne shell/awk script shows the list of the same vdisks that are mapped with different SCSI IDs. Should be useful … Continue reading

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What is the name of a new drive in my FreeBSD box

or a quick way to list GEOM configuration in FreeBSD Drives related information questions, including that one in the title, may be tricky for a new (and sometimes for an experienced) FreeBSD user, and even Handbook advises to see the “dmesg” … Continue reading

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