Took a little while, but this works.
## Sypnosis: run_script.exp <ICX_IP> <ICX_SCRIPT>
## Run script <ICX_SCRIPT> line by line on ICX <ICX_IP>. Connection via SSH certificate assumed.
set ICX_IP [lindex $argv 0]
set ICX_SCRIPT [lindex $argv 1]
set timeout 15
Awesome. This, or rather something similar, is what I am looking for.
Strictly speaking, you have a pull configuration, right? Or did you find a way to initiate the copy command from outside of the switch?
I am looking for a push configuration, where I can develop in git and push configuration...
I read both the manual as well a the command reference.
Even in the last millennium it was pretty common for a paging app to adjust its behavior to terminal size and not be hard coded to 23 lines. If it did I think I'd not comment on it. But in 2023, where 4k displays are a common thing, a...
Version Number: 0000
Part Number: 84-1003347-01
Serial Number: 2ax5o2jk68e
Bench test: Passed
Burnin test: Passed
Test Date: 02/03/18
Date of manufacture at CM: 02/24/18
Date received at factory: 02/24/18
Date of burn in: 02/03/18
RMA Date: 00/00/00
Received my ICX6610 a couple of days ago. I actually invested in a "factory new" unit. Assumed benefit is a couple of years of less wear on fans and other components. It's quite surprising (to me) finding "factory new" unit after that model has officially been EOL'ed for 5 years. I do appreciate...
In @fohdeesha 's zip file there is a folder called "ICX6xxx manuals". Look for the file called "fastiron-08030p-commandref.pdf".
Look in document "fastiron-08030mb-l3guide.pdf" on page 46ff for "changing the MTU".
I had the hardest time wrapping my head around the section above, probably because eBay listings have long since expired. Allow me to suggest the following links to add 8 additional 10gb LC ports in an additional 1U:
Brocade XBR-000232 (~$7)
QSFP MPO/MTP 8F to 4x LC Fiber Optic Breakout Cable...
Sorry - noob trying out a new benchmark and getting stuck.
https://linux-bench.com/ (188.8.131.52) seems to be down, while at least http://beta.linux-bench.com/index/ (184.108.40.206) is still up.
The docker image fails as a result as it tries to download stuff from linux-bench.com...