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rajesh73
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os installation methods in unix

kindly advice below mentioned points

1.how to create 100 user in one command line

2.hp-ux type of OS installation methods

3.default OS file system size
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Torsten.
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Re: os installation methods in unix

1) you unlikely can do this ...

2) you can install from DVD, from depots (via ignite) or from ignite (golden) image

3) this depends on disk/RAM size and OS version and application requirements ...

Hope this helps!
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rajesh73
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Re: os installation methods in unix

3) this depends on disk/RAM size and OS version and application requirements


there is any calculation is available

Re: os installation methods in unix

1) You could make a script, that uses a parameter file with the name of the users
RickT_1
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Re: os installation methods in unix

Rajesh,

All of the installation methods will default to the recommended file system sizes upon loading the OS. You have the opportunity to change these during the build process.

Rick
Viktor Balogh
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Re: os installation methods in unix

> 1.how to create 100 user in one command line

since you didn't specify any other parameters but the number of users, here is a one-liner to create 100 users:

# i=1;while [ "$i" -lt "101" ];do useradd user${i};i=$(($i+1));done

the users will be named user1 trough user100. IMHO this has no use but to demonstrate the power of scripting...
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