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cron to anacron migration process

I have a script that I want to run nightly on my lab's RHEL 5 and 6 workstations, so I'm deploying the script to each system's /etc/cron.daily/ directory and making it executable there. But some ...
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Linux device names: What other non-standard storage device names are there apart from /dev/cciss

This is a question about Linux storage device names on RHEL5 and RHEL6 Most storage devices are accessible using device names /dev/sda, /dev/sdb, etc. By storage device I mean a device that could be ...
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Caveats when upgrading from RHEL 5.4 to RHEL 6.3 on hundreds of production servers [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Caveats when upgrading from Java 6 to Java 7 on hundreds of production servers I am about to upgrade the RHEL version from RHEL 5.4 to RHEL 6.3 in a few hundreds of ...
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VxFS on both Solaris and RHEL?

I'd like to know if VxFS could be used in order to share a volume ( on a SAN mounted using FC) between a RHEL (5 or 6) and Solaris (11) host ? What I'm trying to achive is to shared a volume (from a ...
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Should swap space be in a logical volume, or directly on disk?

What are the benefits of putting swap into a logical volume over using direct disk access? For example, with a fresh, default install of RHEL5 or 6, a volume group is created on the default disk ...
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Redirecting Syslog events from RHEL 6 to RHEL 5: is it possible to provide with the same event format?

For some reasons, we redirect syslog events from RHEL 6 (with rsyslog) to RHEL 5 (with syslogd). On RHEL 6 in rsyslog.conf: *.* @10.30.46.211 On RHEL 5 in /etc/sysconfig/syslog: ...
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Upgrade CentOS 5.x to CentOS 6.x - tips and techniques

Now that CentOS 6.0 is making its way to the various mirror sites, I wanted to solicit opinions on the upgrade process. In working with the commercial RedHat 5.6 and 6.x distributions for the past few ...