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Chmod

Posted 05-24-2011 at 05:02 AM by brownie_cookie

Thanks to Colucix, it became clear how to use chmod.
I hope this helps for other people who are starting to learn Linux !!

They are octal numbers. If you consider a triplet of permissions
Code:
Code:
rwx
they correspond to 4, 2, 1 respectively:
Code:
Code:
421
If you sum these values you obtain uniquely identified permission sets. For example, you have:
Code:
Code:
rwx = 4 + 2 + 1 = 7
r-x = 4 + 0 +
...
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Checking Oracle Database without using tnsnames.org

Posted 05-05-2011 at 01:52 AM by brownie_cookie

Let me write a small HOW-TO for checking your Oracle Database without using the tnsnames.ora file

This is written thanks to the help of my good friend EricTRA.
He provided me helpfull links and helped me for getting the solution.

This being said, here is the link which guided me : Helpfull Link !!

So, I'm going to write this HOW-TO regarding the link and a plugin for Nagios and if you have an Oracle Database, this is the place you want to be....
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