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1,464
Posted By achenle
"cp -n" is a GNU extension to the POSIX standard...
"cp -n" is a GNU extension to the POSIX standard "cp" utility (http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/9699919799/utilities/cp.html).

As it's a platform-specific, non-standard extension, it's not...
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 06-20-2018
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Posted By achenle
How did you check your syslog.conf? As noted...
How did you check your syslog.conf?

As noted earlier: syslog.conf uses tabs as separators, not spaces.
Forum: Solaris 02-08-2018
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Posted By achenle
Can you log in quickly if you use a command-line...
Can you log in quickly if you use a command-line login? If so, the problem is likely the Gnome desktop that Solaris uses.
Forum: Solaris 02-08-2018
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Posted By achenle
This sounds like a good use-case for a zone. You...
This sounds like a good use-case for a zone. You can mount the required filesystem(s) read-only in the zone, and create normal user(s) for the auditor(s) in just that zone.
Forum: Solaris 02-05-2018
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Posted By achenle
Based on this post, I did some poking in the...
Based on this post, I did some poking in the clamav source code.

I'm not impressed.

There are way too many instances of 64-to-32 bit truncations in the code - for example, read() is assumed to...
Forum: Solaris 01-17-2018
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Posted By achenle
Can you boot from a CD or DVD? If so, you might...
Can you boot from a CD or DVD? If so, you might have a corrupt boot disk.

If you can't boot a CD or DVD, you likely have bad RAM somewhere. If you have a memory expansion "mezzanine", that's the...
Forum: Solaris 10-03-2017
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Posted By achenle
Run the bootadm process under truss: truss...
Run the bootadm process under truss:

truss -f -a -vall -w2 -d -o /path/to/your/output/file bootadm install-bootloader -P rpoolThen, in the output file, look for where it writes the error message...
Forum: Solaris 10-03-2017
1,139
Posted By achenle
For what it's worth, if you're paying Oracle for...
For what it's worth, if you're paying Oracle for support on this system, you need to do a clean reinstall. There's no way you'll get any support from Oracle on that server until you do.

And once...
Forum: Solaris 08-24-2017
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Posted By achenle
Probably the worst approach to fixing a problem...
Probably the worst approach to fixing a problem is writing more code to paper over the symptom of the problem instead of just fixing the actual problem.

Your problem here is a file has...
Forum: Solaris 06-09-2017
1,192
Posted By achenle
How did you check who was logged in? I'd...
How did you check who was logged in?

I'd check what's in root's crontabs, and also the modification time of the crontab files in /var/spool/crontab.

And then I'd enable auditing.

The mystery...
Forum: Solaris 06-06-2017
1,192
Posted By achenle
Both at the same time? How exact is that...
Both at the same time?

How exact is that "same" time? Who was logged on to the servers at that time?

Are you running auditing?
Forum: Solaris 06-04-2017
1,014
Posted By achenle
If you do manage to sucessfully unmount...
If you do manage to sucessfully unmount /lib/libc.so.1, you'll likely have to pull the plug to reboot - and hope /lib/libc.so.1 comes back.

See Whats this lofs mount onto /lib/libc.so.1 in Solaris...
Forum: Solaris 05-27-2017
1,237
Posted By achenle
grep /shutdown...
grep /shutdown /zones/*/root/var/spool/cron/crontabs/rootYou can access the files in a zone's filesystems directly from the global zone in "/zones/[ZONENAME]/root"
Forum: Solaris 05-25-2017
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Posted By achenle
This might be better, as it won't run into...
This might be better, as it won't run into globbing issues if there are too many files, and it will copy hidden files/directories too:cd /source ; tar cf - . | (cd /target ; tar xf - )But it probably...
Forum: Solaris 05-19-2017
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Posted By achenle
What does the output from an ssh -vvv ... to one...
What does the output from an ssh -vvv ... to one of the working IP addresses look like?

And do you have root access on the server?
Forum: Solaris 05-19-2017
513
Posted By achenle
What's the output from zfs list -t all and zpool...
What's the output from zfs list -t all and zpool status -v along with df -h with no arguments
Forum: Solaris 05-19-2017
378
Posted By achenle
sudo java abc.jarI'd recommend being really...
sudo java abc.jarI'd recommend being really careful about what's in abc.jar and/or which abc.jar the user is allowed to run under sudo.

Because anyone who knows even a little Java programming will...
Forum: Solaris 04-29-2017
7,164
Posted By achenle
If you're on Solaris 11.2 or laternetstat...
If you're on Solaris 11.2 or laternetstat -aunwill show what PID is attached to all network objects (listening on ports, connected, etc) along with the base name of the process executable.
Forum: Solaris 04-20-2017
1,217
Posted By achenle
First, I'd say that a single RAID5 disk for both...
First, I'd say that a single RAID5 disk for both the OS and everything else is a bad setup.

As others have mentioned, put the OS on a hardware RAID mirror using two drives. That one drive will be...
Forum: Solaris 12-31-2016
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Posted By achenle
What's the output from running scanpci?
What's the output from running scanpci?
Forum: Solaris 10-03-2016
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Posted By achenle
You may also be able to run the scanpci utility. ...
You may also be able to run the scanpci utility. It might be in /usr/bin or /usr/X11/bin.
Forum: Solaris 09-15-2016
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Posted By achenle
date --date... is a non-standard GNU extension. ...
date --date... is a non-standard GNU extension.

The current POSIX standard for the date utility is here: date (http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/9699919799/utilities/date.html)
Forum: Solaris 08-02-2016
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Posted By achenle
What's the value of the PATH environment...
What's the value of the PATH environment variable? Given the error says "man: command not found", it's more likely to be your PATH environment variable that's gotten corrupted.
Forum: Solaris 06-28-2016
1,244
Posted By achenle
Not under that name - pre-Solaris 11, it's the lu...
Not under that name - pre-Solaris 11, it's the lu family of commands (https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19683-01/816-0211/6m6nc66ur/index.html).
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