Linux RAID & LVM

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LVM stuff

Check status

Make Raid 10

Make file system

Add to /etc/fstab

Create home directory and access

Add User and group

Create solr directory & access

Source – howto migarte to raid on live system

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Creating a Linux Bond With vLan Tags

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How to create a vlan interface and start at boot time. First check if the bounding module is loaded.

/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-solr

/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-solr.2018

To test just issue

To remove the new vlan

How to configure bonding First make sure the bonding module is loaded, then create the configuration below /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-bond0

/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-dmznet_pvi […]

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How to capture performance data in Linux

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Memory usage

top example

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OEL + KVM

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Make sure to install

Make sure to start/enable – Note: a reboot might be required

Now run virt-manager

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Xsigo Linux – Manually Installing

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Installing the Oracle OVN (Xsigo) Linux driver First, Install the firmware. For example:

Then, Install the kernel module. For example:

Next, Install the Oracle Virtual Networking user space application. For example:

When the kernel is installed on the host, and the correct kernel and OFED version are set as the first item […]

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How to measure network Bandwidth in Linux

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Usage as below from same folder: To check packer per interface: ./netpps.sh eth0 To check speed per interface: ./netspeed.sh eth0 Measure Packets per Second on an Interface netpps.sh as file name

Measure Network Bandwidth on an Interface netspeed.sh as file name

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How to mount a cdrom or disk in linux (thrue ilom)

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First get the device name dmesg | egrep -i –color 'cdrom|dvd|cd/rw|writer' Create mountpoint if not exsists mkdir /media/cdrom mkdir /media/disk Syntax to mount DVD / CDROM in Linux mount -t iso9660 -o ro /dev/deviceName /path/to/mount/point For Example mount -t iso9660 -o ro /dev/sr0 /cdrom Syntax to mount disk in Linux mount /dev/deviceName /path/to/mount/point

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