Tag Archives: awk

Printing lines side by side in shell

Everybody knows, there is paste command in every *NIX to print two files side by side or join which is obviously used to join text-files by their key-fields. And there are a lot of examples and tutorials over Internet, so the subject is as … Continue reading

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The BeaST again!

I’m working hard now to run the BeaST Storage system on the real hardware and hope to have some results and good news to post in the future. Meanwhile, I have updated The BeaST Classic – dual-controller storage system with RAID … Continue reading

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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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