Tag: Linux

External Log Collection for UCS Fabric Interconnects

I’ve been troubleshooting some pretty annoying bugs in our Cisco UCS environments. Most are easily solved by collecting some techsupport files, opening a TAC case and working through the glitch or config issue. However one has me really stumped and frustrated.  When we collect these techsupport files, more specifically techsupport files directed at a specific
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Ubuntu 8.10 just around the corner.

Ubuntu 8.10 is coming up and I’m eager to install it when it does. Along with the basic updates, this new version brings 3G network support, better driver installation, install from USB,  faster Synaptic searches, faster start ups, and possible hard drive damage. But they’re working on it. Each user will also have the option
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