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Aide Memoire - F5 - Configuration Guide for BIG-IP Local Traffic Management
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Aide Memoire - F5 - Configuration Guide for BIG-IP Local Traffic Management
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VMware Fusion - Stuck on "GRUB loading stage2"
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IBM Operational Decision Management 8.8.1 - My First Foray
Sat, Jul 30th 2016 62
MQJCA1011 and the story of the missing IBM MQ JMS Provider permissions
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IBM Integration Bus - The names, they are a-changin'
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IBM Operational Decision Management 8.8.1 - My First Foray
Sat, Jul 30th 2016 2:47a   Dave Hay
I'm writing a post on how I built an IBM ODM Rules environment using the latest ODM Advanced 8.8.1 code.However, I hit a minor blocker early on, with this: -configure: [wsadmin] WASX7209I: Connected to process "dmgr" on node Dmgr using SOAP connector; The type of process is: DeploymentManager [wsadmin] WASX7303I: The following options are passed to the scripting environment and are available as arguments that are stored in the argv variable: "[/opt/IBM/ODM881, /opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer
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Messing about with IPTables
Fri, Jul 29th 2016 2:13p   Dave Hay
I'm NOT a firewall or networking expert, so this is very much YMMV.I wanted to see if/how I could use the out-of-the-box IPTables firewall to block most connectivity to a web server ( IBM HTTP Server ) whilst allowing SSH connectivity and, more importantly, allowing incoming requests from Flush the existing rulesiptables -FAdd a rule to allow SSH connectivity only from a specific interface and host - actually the host VMiptables -A INPUT -i eth0 -p tcp -s 192.168.153.1 --dport 22 -m state --sta
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IBM BPM Advanced 8.5.5 - Where's the Failed Event Manager ?
Wed, Jul 27th 2016 10:43a   Dave Hay
Clue, it's in the Deployment EnvironmentEasy when you know how :-)
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Aide Memoire - F5 - Configuration Guide for BIG-IP Local Traffic Management
Wed, Jul 27th 2016 6:18a   Dave Hay
It's here: -Configuration Guide for BIG-IP Local Traffic ManagementConfiguration Guide for BIG-IP Local Traffic Management [PDF]The BIG-IPĀ® local traffic management system is specifically designed to manage your local network traffic. Local traffic management refers to the process of managing network traffic that comes into or goes out of a local area network (LAN), including an intranet.This configuration guide applies to the set of local traffic management products that are part of the BIG-I
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VMware Fusion - Stuck on "GRUB loading stage2"
Wed, Jul 27th 2016 4:22a   Dave Hay
I had this error: -GRUB loading stage2whilst attempting to boot a F5 BIG-IP Virtual Edition VMNo matter how many times I rebooted, the error kept popping up :-(I'm using VMware Fusion 8.1.1 on OS X 10.11.6.This thread: -Running BIGIP-11.3.0.39 on Oracle VirtualBox under Mac OS 10.9.2helped, specifically this: -Did you enable COM port? What Hypervisor version do you have?Yes, enabling COM Port helped. ThanksOnce I added a virtual Serial Port: -it just worked :-)
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MQJCA1011 and the story of the missing IBM MQ JMS Provider permissions
Fri, Jul 22nd 2016 10:33a   Dave Hay
We saw this problem earlier this week: -Failed to load the WebSphere MQ native JNI library: 'mqjbnd'. The JVM attempted to load the platform native library 'mqjbnd', which was mapped to the filename: 'libmqjbnd.a'.When attempting to load the library, the JVM reported the error message:'mqjbnd (Not found in java.library.path)'in the context of a failing WebSphere Application Server (WAS) to IBM MQ (MQ) configuration.We found this, whilst trying to debug this: -com.ibm.mq.connector.Detaile
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Disable desktop notifications for a site
Fri, Jul 22nd 2016 2:55a   Dave Hay
I was getting slightly cross ( hey, I'm British, what can I say? ) with Firefox 47's insistence on asking me whether I REALLY wanted notifications from a site, each and every time I opened or refreshed a page on that site.This had the answer: -Disable desktop notifications for a siteYou can reset this to the default (or outright disallow it) on a per-site basis by right-clicking somewhere in a blank spot of the site (or pressing Ctrl-I on Windows or Cmd-I on Mac) and then selecting "View Page
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IBM Integration Bus - The names, they are a-changin'
Mon, Jul 18th 2016 9:42a   Dave Hay
So I still struggle to remember that, with IBM Integration Bus 9, the naming conventions inherited from WebSphere Message Broker ( and it's precedents ) have CHANGED.Here's a useful crib: -Name changes in IBM Integration Bus Version 9.0
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F5 BIG-IP Local Traffic Manager ( LTM ) - Scripting It, Baby
Fri, Jul 8th 2016 10:11a   Dave Hay
Following on from my earlier posts: -F5 Load Balancing - My first few foraysF5 BIG-IP - More learning, more tinkering, more bloggingI've made yet more headway with this fascinating product.I'd referenced this excellent post: -Deploying F5 BIG-IP Virtual Edition on VMware Fusionwhich, in part, included the necessary F5 commands, using the tmsh utility, to set up a pair of network interfaces, some IP addresses and a default route: -tmsh create net vlan external interfaces add { 1.1 { untagged }
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Ubuntu Linux and the growing file-system
Thu, Jun 30th 2016 4:14p   Dave Hay
A friend asked me how to resize a disk partition ( virtual disk ) in an Ubuntu VM on VMware.This is what I did: -Look at the existing disk layoutdf -kmhFilesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on/dev/sda1 19G 3.6G 15G 20% /none 4.0K 0 4.0K 0% /sys/fs/cgroupudev 478M 4.0K 478M 1% /devtmpfs 98M 1.5M 97M 2% /runnone 5.0M 0 5.0M 0% /run/locknone 489M 216K 489M 1% /run/shmnone 100M 32K 100M




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