Here’s a one liner that is really useful when you need to quickly confirm the link speed for network interfaces on your system.
The beauty of this command is that you can run it as a regular user:
bash-3.00$ kstat -p | grep link_speed e1000g:0:Port Stats:link_speed 1000 e1000g:1:Port Stats:link_speed 1000
In case you missed the notifications, the Oracle Technology Network forum software is going to be upgraded this weekend. This is great, since the old software is getting long-in-the-tooth and doesn't allow a bunch of useful features. The current forums will be in read-only mode over the weekend.
On launch of the new version, a minimal set of features will be supported.
Notes to take care of:
Taken from GPFS Administration and Programming Reference – Enabling and disabling GPFS quota management
To enable GPFS quota management on an existing GPFS file system
We just released version 5.0 of Oracle Secure Global Desktop (for those that don't know what it is, formerly known as Tarantella...). It's a great product that I have been using every for a long time now. I have it installed at home on my servers so that I can get access to my home network from anywhere...without vpn.
Anyway, a few nice things that I personally like in the new release :
(1) html5 client support. In particular, at this time the ipad. So now, I can use my ipad to log into SGD and connect to my apps without having to download and install a client.
Here is a little press review mostly around Oracle technologies and Solaris
in particular, and a little lot more:
Mike Dorman will be talking about Leveraging CentOS and Xen for the GoDaddy private cloud: How we collaborated with the CentOS and Xen projects to build a next-generation platform at GoDaddy.
Today, we are pleased to announce support for what has been one of Oracle Secure Global Desktop's most widely anticipated features - support for iPad via Oracle Secure Global Desktop version 5.0! Oracle Secure Global Desktop 5.0 provides anywhere access to cloud-hosted and on-premise enterprise applications and desktops (workspaces) from Apple iPad and iPad mini tablets, without the need for a VPN client.
kstat structures are created by system components to contain information about component characteristics that need to be measured. Each component has its own format for kstat information. This information is queried by monitoring commands.
Much of the same information (and even configurable access to the kstat structures themselves) is available through the