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1  Troubleshooting Help / Troubleshooting help for your issues / AIX newbie here. Experiencing issue in SSH
 on: Oct 25th, 2017, 8:56pm 
Started by John K | Post by John K
Hi,

I have a problem in one of our server. That from time to time it will not be accessible using SSH but i was able to ping it and we need to force reboot it in vios console to be accessible again.

At first we thought it is a memory issue thats why we increase the memory from 8GB to 12GB and after a week the issue happen again.

Is there a logs or something that i can look to check the real cause of this issue in SSH?

Regards,
John

2  General Discusion / General Board / fs0 on LPAR and fs0 on the VIO goes down sometimes
 on: Aug 16th, 2017, 1:17pm 
Started by Rick Tucker | Post by Rick Tucker
fs0 on LPAR and fs0 on the VIO goes down sometimes and I lose disk connectivity but only for a short time.  I know it's four port fibre channel but has anyone else experienced this?  (BTW its a power 8)

Please gimme a clue thanks

Rick

3  General Discusion / General Board / fs0 on LPAR and fs0 on the VIO goes down sometimes
 on: Aug 16th, 2017, 1:16pm 
Started by Rick Tucker | Post by Rick Tucker
fs0 on LPAR and fs0 on the VIO goes down sometimes and I lose disk connectivity but only for a short time.  I know it's four port fibre channel but has anyone else experienced this?  (BTW its a power 8)

Please gimme a clue thanks

Rick

4  General Discusion / Jobs and Careers / Renders imagine standalone Magic Keyboard with int
 on: Nov 3rd, 2016, 11:08pm 
Started by lsoione lsoin | Post by lsoione lsoin
One big question people have been asking since Apple’s announcement of the Touch Bar is if the technology could come to the standalone Magic Keyboard. My colleague Ben Lovejoy noted of the possibility earlier this week, explaining that battery life and price would be to inhibiting  factors for the Magic Keyboard with Touch Bar to come to fruition.

Those factors haven’t stopped some eager designers from creating some pretty convincing mockups, though…

An eager Reddit user under the name Hazza42 shared some pretty convincing looking renders of a Magic Keyboard with Touch Bar. The renders depict a design similar to that of the current Magic Keyboard, but with a color that’s somewhere in-between silver and space gray and with black keys.

Up at the top, of course, is the OLED Touch Bar. The darker aluminum color and black keys look much better next to the Touch Bar than white keys would, like what’s currently used on the Magic Keyboard.

On the back of the keyboard is a Lightning connector for quick charging. Currently, Magic Keyboard users can go weeks at a time without charging, but battery life would almost certainly be compromised with the inclusion of a Touch Bar.

What’s also notable about these renders is that there’s an integrated number pad on the right hand side, something that Apple ditched with its wireless keyboards. Presumably, bringing back the number pad would allow for a bigger footprint, thus allowing for a bigger battery to help combat the battery drain from the Touch Bar.

Our poll from earlier this week showed that while many would be interested in a Magic Keyboard with Touch Bar, a price tag as high as $199 would scare many buyers away. It’s possible that Apple could introduce a Magic Keyboard with Touch Bar alongside refreshed iMacs, Mac Pros, and Mac minis, but until then it’s fun to imagine. Check out a couple more renders below and let us know what you think in the comments.

5  General Discusion / Jobs and Careers / Renders imagine standalone Magic Keyboard with int
 on: Nov 3rd, 2016, 11:08pm 
Started by lsoione lsoin | Post by lsoione lsoin
One big question people have been asking since Apple’s announcement of the Touch Bar is if the technology could come to the standalone Magic Keyboard. My colleague Ben Lovejoy noted of the possibility earlier this week, explaining that battery life and price would be to inhibiting  factors for the Magic Keyboard with Touch Bar to come to fruition.

Those factors haven’t stopped some eager designers from creating some pretty convincing mockups, though…

An eager Reddit user under the name Hazza42 shared some pretty convincing looking renders of a Magic Keyboard with Touch Bar. The renders depict a design similar to that of the current Magic Keyboard, but with a color that’s somewhere in-between silver and space gray and with black keys.

Up at the top, of course, is the OLED Touch Bar. The darker aluminum color and black keys look much better next to the Touch Bar than white keys would, like what’s currently used on the Magic Keyboard.

On the back of the keyboard is a Lightning connector for quick charging. Currently, Magic Keyboard users can go weeks at a time without charging, but battery life would almost certainly be compromised with the inclusion of a Touch Bar.

What’s also notable about these renders is that there’s an integrated number pad on the right hand side, something that Apple ditched with its wireless keyboards. Presumably, bringing back the number pad would allow for a bigger footprint, thus allowing for a bigger battery to help combat the battery drain from the Touch Bar.

Our poll from earlier this week showed that while many would be interested in a Magic Keyboard with Touch Bar, a price tag as high as $199 would scare many buyers away. It’s possible that Apple could introduce a Magic Keyboard with Touch Bar alongside refreshed iMacs, Mac Pros, and Mac minis, but until then it’s fun to imagine. Check out a couple more renders below and let us know what you think in the comments.

6  General Discusion / Jobs and Careers / Renders imagine standalone Magic Keyboard with int
 on: Nov 3rd, 2016, 11:06pm 
Started by lsoione lsoin | Post by lsoione lsoin
One big question people have been asking since Apple’s announcement of the Touch Bar is if the technology could come to the standalone Magic Keyboard. My colleague Ben Lovejoy noted of the possibility earlier this week, explaining that battery life and price would be to inhibiting  factors for the Magic Keyboard with Touch Bar to come to fruition.

Those factors haven’t stopped some eager designers from creating some pretty convincing mockups, though…

An eager Reddit user under the name Hazza42 shared some pretty convincing looking renders of a Magic Keyboard with Touch Bar. The renders depict a design similar to that of the current Magic Keyboard, but with a color that’s somewhere in-between silver and space gray and with black keys.

Up at the top, of course, is the OLED Touch Bar. The darker aluminum color and black keys look much better next to the Touch Bar than white keys would, like what’s currently used on the Magic Keyboard.

On the back of the keyboard is a Lightning connector for quick charging. Currently, Magic Keyboard users can go weeks at a time without charging, but battery life would almost certainly be compromised with the inclusion of a Touch Bar.

What’s also notable about these renders is that there’s an integrated number pad on the right hand side, something that Apple ditched with its wireless keyboards. Presumably, bringing back the number pad would allow for a bigger footprint, thus allowing for a bigger battery to help combat the battery drain from the Touch Bar.

Our poll from earlier this week showed that while many would be interested in a Magic Keyboard with Touch Bar, a price tag as high as $199 would scare many buyers away. It’s possible that Apple could introduce a Magic Keyboard with Touch Bar alongside refreshed iMacs, Mac Pros, and Mac minis, but until then it’s fun to imagine. Check out a couple more renders below and let us know what you think in the comments.

7  Troubleshooting Help / Troubleshooting help for your issues / Re: Microsoft will close MSN China to focus on sel
 on: Jul 31st, 2016, 6:39am 
Started by alsoin eosin | Post by alsoin eosin
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8  Troubleshooting Help / Troubleshooting help for your issues / 5 surprising facts about mustard
 on: Jul 31st, 2016, 6:32am 
Started by alsoin eosin | Post by alsoin eosin
As far as condiments go, mustard has enjoyed a particularly long history of popularity. Nonetheless, it still holds a bit of mystery.

Here are 5 surprising facts about mustard.

Number 5. It isn't really bright yellow. Mustard seeds themselves don't yield that vibrant hue when crushed and blended into a paste. The visual appeal comes from the addition of turmeric.

Number 4. Canada is the mustard seed capital of the world. Each year, the nation produces roughly 225,000 metric tons of the stuff. That accounts for far more than half of the global supply.

Number 3. There is a mustard museum. It's called the National Mustard Museum and is located in Middleton, Wisconsin. The institution devoted to the great condiment is open daily, admission-free, and boasts, "the world's largest mustard collection."

Number 2. King Louis XI of France didn't travel without it. To mitigate the threat of having to eat something unpalatable, he always kept a jar of the flavorful fix-all close at hand.

Number 1. Mustard is the overwhelming favorite topping for hot dogs. In a recent survey commissioned by the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, 71% of respondents said it's a go-to for them, making it the highest-ranking condiment in that category.

RELATED: Blogger recipes perfect for summer entertaining

9  Troubleshooting Help / Troubleshooting help for your issues / 5 surprising facts about mustard
 on: Jul 31st, 2016, 6:32am 
Started by alsoin eosin | Post by alsoin eosin
As far as condiments go, mustard has enjoyed a particularly long history of popularity. Nonetheless, it still holds a bit of mystery.

Here are 5 surprising facts about mustard.

Number 5. It isn't really bright yellow. Mustard seeds themselves don't yield that vibrant hue when crushed and blended into a paste. The visual appeal comes from the addition of turmeric.

Number 4. Canada is the mustard seed capital of the world. Each year, the nation produces roughly 225,000 metric tons of the stuff. That accounts for far more than half of the global supply.

Number 3. There is a mustard museum. It's called the National Mustard Museum and is located in Middleton, Wisconsin. The institution devoted to the great condiment is open daily, admission-free, and boasts, "the world's largest mustard collection."

Number 2. King Louis XI of France didn't travel without it. To mitigate the threat of having to eat something unpalatable, he always kept a jar of the flavorful fix-all close at hand.

Number 1. Mustard is the overwhelming favorite topping for hot dogs. In a recent survey commissioned by the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, 71% of respondents said it's a go-to for them, making it the highest-ranking condiment in that category.

RELATED: Blogger recipes perfect for summer entertaining

10  Troubleshooting Help / Troubleshooting help for your issues / 5 surprising facts about mustard
 on: Jul 31st, 2016, 6:32am 
Started by alsoin eosin | Post by alsoin eosin
As far as condiments go, mustard has enjoyed a particularly long history of popularity. Nonetheless, it still holds a bit of mystery.

Here are 5 surprising facts about mustard.

Number 5. It isn't really bright yellow. Mustard seeds themselves don't yield that vibrant hue when crushed and blended into a paste. The visual appeal comes from the addition of turmeric.

Number 4. Canada is the mustard seed capital of the world. Each year, the nation produces roughly 225,000 metric tons of the stuff. That accounts for far more than half of the global supply.

Number 3. There is a mustard museum. It's called the National Mustard Museum and is located in Middleton, Wisconsin. The institution devoted to the great condiment is open daily, admission-free, and boasts, "the world's largest mustard collection."

Number 2. King Louis XI of France didn't travel without it. To mitigate the threat of having to eat something unpalatable, he always kept a jar of the flavorful fix-all close at hand.

Number 1. Mustard is the overwhelming favorite topping for hot dogs. In a recent survey commissioned by the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, 71% of respondents said it's a go-to for them, making it the highest-ranking condiment in that category.

RELATED: Blogger recipes perfect for summer entertaining