Unix and Linux are different operating systems with have some common commands. Source code for Linux is freely available to the public and Unix is not available. Linux operating system is a free/open source and Some versions of Unix are proprietary and others are a free/open source. Linux Operating system can be used for desktop … Continue reading Business Linux Operating Systems
End of Support for IBM InfoSphere Information Server 9.1.0 IBM InfoSphere Information Server 9.1.0 will reach End of Support on 2018-09-30. If you are still on the InfoSphere Information Server (IIS) 9.1.0, I hope you have a plan to migrate to an 11-series version soon. InfoSphere Information Server (IIS) 11.7 would be worth considering if you … Continue reading End Of Support For IBM InfoSphere 9.1.0
How to know if your Oracle Client install is 32 Bit or 64 Bit Sometimes you just need to know if your Oracle Client install is 32 bit or 64 bit. But how do you figure that out? Here are two methods you can try. The first method Go to the %ORACLE_HOME%\inventory\ContentsXML folder and … Continue reading How to know if your Oracle Client install is 32 Bit or 64 Bit
Since the Infosphere, information server, repository, has to be installed manually with the scripts provided in the IBM software, sometimes you run into difficulties. So, here’s a quick script, which I have found useful in the past to identify user permissions for the IAUSER on Oracle database’s to help rundown discrepancies in user permissions. … Continue reading Oracle – How to get a list of user permission grants
In simple terms, yum is a, command-line interface, package manager utility for computers running the Linux operating system, which augments the RPM Package Manager capabilities. yum is the primary tool for getting, installing, deleting, querying, and managing RPM software packages. Alos, yum is used in Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) versions 5 and later.
IBM Data Studio Client IBM data studio is offered free from IBM, and can be helpful when working with DB2 and Puredata/Netezza using a JDBC driver. What you need to Down Load IBM Data Studio You will need an IBM ID and password Basic down load steps Navigate to: https://www-01.ibm.com/marketing/iwm/iwm/web/preLogin.do?source=swg-idside&S_PKG=ov54916&S_TACT=000000VY&S_OFF_CD=10000760 IBM Sign In Screen Enter … Continue reading Where to download IBM Data Studio?
Linux In Linux there are lot of ways to disk size and/or space, but the 'Disk Filesystem' (df) command is old reliable and has been around a long time. The 'df' command provides a summary of disk space and free space, which I find myself coming back to time after time. Basic Command Format … Continue reading Linux – how to display file system disk space statistics