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Anyone familiar with configuring Netdump Server and Client in Red Hat Linux 4.7?

Any information on this would be appreciated. Also, would it be better to think we would want to create a small LPAR (CPU/Memory) wise to be the netdump server. Also, Linux is on IBM LPARS .Thanks!
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giltjrCommented:
Have you read:

     http://www.redhat.com/support/wpapers/redhat/netdump/setup.html

As far as creating a LPAR, what are you running it on?  I am assuming that since you used the term LPAR, its one if IBM's LPAR'able systems (zSeries, iSeries, or pSeries).

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Sultaana43Author Commented:
Thanks for the information. It is running on a Power 570. Do I have to request a device for each Linux LPAR (4) to configure Netdump?
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giltjrCommented:
Not really an expert in this area, but I saw the word "LPAR" and knew that most people in forums you placed the question in would most likely have no idea what it means.  I work on IBM zSeries servers and z/OS so I know what an LPAR is.

You may want to add this to the AIX forum and possibly the AS/400. Although it is not directly related to either, they peopl there have a better chance of knowing what an LPAR is and can help with the LPAR questions.
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Sultaana43Author Commented:
Thank you for your help.
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giltjrCommented:
Umm, thanks?

You don't have to award the points, I really have done nothing to deserve them.  You can put a question in community support and ask to have this question re-opened and added to AIX and AS/400 forums.
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