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Forum: Solaris 08-12-2018
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Posted By Peasant
Try : zpool export fido devfsadm -Cv ...
Try :

zpool export fido
devfsadm -Cv


Now check out the if import complains.

Regards
Peasant.
Forum: Solaris 08-11-2018
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Posted By hicksd8
# zpool clear fido ???
# zpool clear fido

???
Forum: Solaris 08-11-2018
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Posted By hicksd8
Use this to destroy the pool # zpool destroy...
Use this to destroy the pool

# zpool destroy <pool name>

If it objects to that (and you really mean to nuke it) use the force option

# zpool destroy -f <pool name>

Does that not work?
Forum: Solaris 07-13-2018
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Posted By Peasant
You safely increase it on the storage side, not...
You safely increase it on the storage side, not add additional luns to rpool.
After you expand the lun from the storage side, issue a fabric rescan.

If you have not used slice 2 (whole disk), you...
Forum: Solaris 07-02-2018
963
Posted By Peasant
Try the following commands : cfgadm -c...
Try the following commands :

cfgadm -c unconfigure -o unusable_SCSI_LUN c7::200700a0985d435a
devfsadm -Cv # to remove unconfigured disks from the system
Check mpathadm output, if this doesn't...
Forum: Solaris 06-20-2018
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Posted By achenle
FWIW - on an x86-based server, processes running...
FWIW - on an x86-based server, processes running in 32-bit mode have access to eight 32-bit general purpose registers, three of which are PC (program counter), SP (stack pointer), and FP (frame...
Forum: Solaris 06-05-2018
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Posted By hicksd8
Are you running with a ZFS filesystem which is...
Are you running with a ZFS filesystem which is over 80% full? That can cause a real "go slow".
Forum: Solaris 06-04-2018
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Posted By MadeInGermany
I think rsync uses 3 processes, and the...
I think rsync uses 3 processes, and the hand-shakes between them might not be optimal in a Solaris-based OS.
The Internet suggests to use -W option to reduce hand-shakes. Also an upgrade to rsync >...
Forum: Solaris 06-04-2018
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Posted By Corona688
That rsync is slow while using very little CPU...
That rsync is slow while using very little CPU points to an I/O bottleneck. They're spending most of their time waiting for disk. Maybe your system ended up using a fallback driver of some sort.
Forum: Solaris 06-03-2018
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Posted By hicksd8
Is this a local or remote rsync? Does this...
Is this a local or remote rsync? Does this involve a network protocol? Or are you rsync'ing between local disks?

If it is remote, then poor performance can be caused by the operating system...
Forum: Solaris 06-01-2018
1,344
Posted By rbatte1
You could intercept the command and insert your...
You could intercept the command and insert your own script perhaps. If you have a new directory called /usr/sbin/secure and move the real executables in there, your script to replace them could be...
Forum: Solaris 02-07-2018
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Posted By hicksd8
Probably the alias of the cdrom drive is wrong. ...
Probably the alias of the cdrom drive is wrong. Try:

ok> devalias cdrom /pci@1f,0/ide@d/cdrom@0,0:f

(assuming it's a primary master drive).
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Posted By rbatte1
The csh shell has many known issues and I would...
The csh shell has many known issues and I would strongly recommending that you don't use it.


Csh Programming Considered Harmful 1 (http://www.faqs.org/faqs/unix-faq/shell/csh-whynot/)
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