Nov 30, 2015
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Configuring VNC Server on OEL 6.5

Configuring VNC Server on Oracle Enterprise Linux 6.5 Login as root yum install vnc                      -> installs tigervnc RPM yum install vnc-server         -> installs tigervnc-server-module RPM yum install tigervnc-server -> RPM that installs the vncserver utility
Jun 04, 2014
How to create the .bat file for easy access the Linux, Red hat & Unix machines without entering the Password through Putty
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How to create the .bat file for easy access the Linux, Red hat & Unix machines without entering the Password through Putty

Hi DBA’s I will show you how to create the .bat file to access the Database and Apps with out enter the Password through Putty. Please follow the below steps. —— > open a new notepad file. —— > start putty <ip> –l <username> -pw <password> —— > save as in...
Jan 26, 2013
Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.7 Installation
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Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.7 Installation

Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.7 Installation on Oracle VirtualBox Follow this article to install Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.7 64 bit on Oracle Virtualbox Step 1 is to install Oracle Virtual Box in your Windows Host after enabling Virtualization in bios of the machine. Step 2 is to download OEL 5.7...
Jun 16, 2011
How to check whether the port is opened or not from client machine
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How to check whether the port is opened or not from client machine

How to check whether the port is opened or not from client machine Status Check of port 8000 from Windows Operating System Go to Start menu tab.   Then run ‘cmd,’ which will take you to the command prompt. In the command prompt, you must type the following command and hit...
Mar 03, 2011
ORACLE DBA – UNIX Interview Questions
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ORACLE DBA – UNIX Interview Questions

ORACLE DBA – UNIX Interview Questions // //  1.  How can you determine the space left in a file system? Expected answer: There are several commands to do this: du, df, or bdf 2. How can you determine the number of SQLNET users logged in to the UNIX system? Expected...
Feb 04, 2011
Find more than 1GB files in Unix
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Find more than 1GB files in Unix

// // You can find more than 1GB files, which are there in the file system using this command in UNIX.  This typically requires if your mount got full or near to 100% usage.  Using this command, you can see what are the big files in that mount point and...