It has been over 10 years... PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michael Felt   

Of joomla...

From 2001 until 2007 Rootvg.net was 'flat' html, and believe me, editting it was a pain. And, it took me nearly a year, in real-time, to get httpd and php ported to AIX 5.2 - and then back-ported to AIX 4.3.3. From late June 2007 until today the site has run on Joomla 1.0.X.

What brings on these memories - a chance visit to a historical site - how life was "Wayback when..." - see https://web.archive.org/web/20070629132543/http://rootvg.net:80/ for the "new" rootvg.net, and https://web.archive.org/web/20070623032838/http://www.rootvg.net/ for a view of the last days of the "old" rootvg.net.

Yes, time for a refresh - but I am having issues finding a template I like. I have almost transferred to something newer many times. Need more comments on the forums though - to push me into commit mode Cool .

Last Updated ( Thursday, 21 September 2017 )
 
FYI: "openssh and AIX" dependancies PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michael Felt   

Previously I could just update OpenSSL and go further - but that is not always the case now. openssh.base.*.6.0.0.6103 do not work with openssl.base.1.0.2.1000.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 21 September 2017 )
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IBM Power 822LC quickstart and installation PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ozan Uzun   

On this video I provide information about BMC and IPMI Configuration of LC Servers.

BMC ip adress configuration is tricky - done by ipmi lan commands.

petitboot configuration menu's do not affect it.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gm9PvoeV5X0&feature=youtu.be

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 11 July 2018 )
 
IBM Power 822LC HPC Server Overview PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ozan Uzun   

In this video I provide general info about the LC class of POWER System servers:

  https://youtu.be/k4C6pMUSVFU

Last Updated ( Friday, 28 July 2017 )
 
Not the best of days - so-called security PDF Print E-mail
Written by Michael Felt   

Yesterday my ISP turned me "off" because a certain "port" responded. They concluded - incorrectly - I was an open something (bot, relay - or who knows - they would not actually say - only hint).

Bottom line: my UDP port 123 was responsive - so I was evil.

Anyway, about 8 hours after receiving "special treatment" - things are back as they were.

Lesson learned: do not test NTP without first blocking UDP port 123 in  the "firewall".
Last Updated ( Tuesday, 31 January 2017 )
 
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