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I am the author of the question you linked to, I'm not yet allowed to comment so I must post this on an answer. Do you believe the certificate reload solution could work if we use a single profile? We use one single profile for everything since we have the ND edition of WebSphere, we just use two different app servers to keep the dispatcher and gateway apps ...


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If you use #includedir rather than #include visudo won't try to edit the included files unless they have syntax errors.


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You can use Kerberos to map AIX logins to AD names/domains. This IBM page is a good reference for the AD and server config. Then you just do: chuser auth_name=ADUSER auth_domain=example.com registry=KRB5Afiles SYSTEM=KRB5Afiles login (note this is a bit different on AIX7.1 but works well on 6.1 and 5.3.) This is how we authenticate to AD at my workplace, ...


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When viewing the SSL certificates in the websphere console, we noticed the fingerprints of various certs were not the same. When the same cert was viewed in both WAS profile's consoles the fingerprints did not match. So it appears global security is not working between the two WAS profiles. After much research we came across this IBM Technote. PM86382: ...


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I'd check the following in order Verify HBA adapters on second servers are connected to Brocade switch(s). Verify WWPN's from 2nd server are logged into Brocade switch ports. Verify HBA WWPN's on second server are zoned correctly in Brocade switch(s). Verify WWPN's from 2nd server are visible from DS8000. Verify LUN's on DS8000 are assigned to the correct ...


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To answer the original question. hdiskX devices on AIX represent physical disks, those physical disks can be internal disks (SCSI, SAS, etc) or SAN attached disks or virtual SCSI disks if you are using VIO virtualization. You cannot just create dummy hdiskX devices and expect Power HA to use them. For you to be able to "see" the additional hdiskX devices in ...


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You can grep hosts in seastat -d entX (where entX is the SEA device). You need enable accounting to collect SEA stats Check if accounting is enabled on SEA: lsdev -dev entX –attr accounting Enable: chdev -dev entX -attr accounting=enabled


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Answering my own question. The command recreatevg can be used after the PVIDs are cleared and new PVIDs assigned. All of the devices part of the volume group must be passed as part of the argument and the name of volume group can be given. recreatevg -y new_vgname hdiskX hdiskY hdiskZ



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