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Forum: IP Networking 08-02-2011
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
whats system 2 & 3 default gateway?
whats system 2 & 3 default gateway?
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
Ping (Partition Image)
Ping (Partition Image)
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
agreed - i know it can be used FOC for...
agreed - i know it can be used FOC for development. Problem is though, Intel Solaris (before the branch) has always been picky about the hardware it supported - nowhere near 99% of the PC Workstation...
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
Cmon guys, gimme a break here - it's been a long...
Cmon guys, gimme a break here - it's been a long day!

Bartus - Bingo! Sound like the OPs setup to you? The clue here is in the sentence "Workstations for lab work" - i'm assuming that second hand...
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
not much... only 20years or so, how bout you?? ...
not much... only 20years or so, how bout you??

you say in one quote that you don't have much experience in AIX / HP yet you say in another that all three meet the OPs needs - strange?
...
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i know it runs on x86 - and has done since way...
i know it runs on x86 - and has done since way before solaris 10 ;)

my comment was aimed at sparc requiring specific hardware, hence (legacy) comment and the fact that the intel version "solaris...
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
Wenp, You dont mention anything about the...
Wenp,

You dont mention anything about the platforms that this *nix is going to be running on. In my view there are other factors that contribute to the final selection.....

Are you using...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 05-17-2011
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
cut down version but you get the drift :-)
cut down version but you get the drift :-)
Forum: BSD 05-11-2011
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
Very strange.... is the / home directory nfs...
Very strange.... is the / home directory nfs shared (or mounted) elsewhere? is it subject to access by any other system (for backup purposes etc) that could possibly be changing permissions.

I'm...
Forum: AIX 04-23-2011
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
Sonal - in your OP you say that you have...
Sonal - in your OP you say that you have "installed" make 3.82.....could you please ellaborate on how you installed it.?

pakage / source? where did you get it from? AIX cd?

The GNU version of...
Forum: AIX 04-21-2011
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
those *make files look to be the same to me. ...
those *make files look to be the same to me.

what says:

# gmake --version
# make --version
Forum: Solaris 04-20-2011
34,028
Posted By Celtic_Monkey
do you guys have a public facing ftp server?
do you guys have a public facing ftp server?
5,508
Posted By Celtic_Monkey
ILOM provides a user interface to manage the...
ILOM provides a user interface to manage the hardware - usually via a seperate controller - allows you to power on / off the machine remotely etc. can be accessed without the installed operating...
Forum: Solaris 03-17-2011
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
just put a FQDN in /etc/hosts & update...
just put a FQDN in /etc/hosts & update /etc/defaultdomain
Forum: Solaris 03-14-2011
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
hi, i haven't as yet found an answer - i...
hi,

i haven't as yet found an answer - i just manually bypassed the registration process, and the rest continued without a glitch. my comment above was more a question to be honest if anybody...
Forum: Solaris 03-11-2011
3,162
Posted By Celtic_Monkey
no need to issue -b if the boot server is the...
no need to issue -b if the boot server is the same machine as the jumpstart server. -b flag is required if you're jumpstarting across subnets or you want the boot server to be a different host etc. ...
Forum: Solaris 03-11-2011
2,297
Posted By Celtic_Monkey
just though i'd update this thread with my...
just though i'd update this thread with my findings.

the problem was with the version of solaris 10 that i had installed in the jumpstart root; ie. the latest version

it seems that "Oracle"...
Forum: Solaris 03-11-2011
3,162
Posted By Celtic_Monkey
./setup-install-server is the correct method to...
./setup-install-server is the correct method to add the iso into the jumpstart tree.
there are however a number of caveats:
did you overwrite the existing iso image (location) that was on the...
Forum: Solaris 03-11-2011
2,574
Posted By Celtic_Monkey
your disks are certainly tracking quite...
your disks are certainly tracking quite closely....
what system (hardware) are you running?
post the outputs of `metastat -a` & `metadb`
post up /etc/vfstab too - that'll give us an indication of...
Forum: Solaris 03-04-2011
3,148
Posted By Celtic_Monkey
Goose - there are others here that will be better...
Goose - there are others here that will be better placed to help you, as for the moment, i don't have a system that will allow me to double check what i'm saying - so accept this (possibly incorrect...
Forum: Solaris 03-04-2011
3,148
Posted By Celtic_Monkey
when you say you cant see the raid 5 drives, how...
when you say you cant see the raid 5 drives, how are you checking?

what says # format < /dev/null

have you tried a reconfiguration boot?
Forum: Solaris 02-23-2011
2,297
Posted By Celtic_Monkey
flar archive content architecture is definitley...
flar archive content architecture is definitley sun4v.

A question please if someone could answer it:

Does the flar archive file have to have the architecture of the jumpstart box contained...
Forum: Solaris 02-22-2011
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
Jumpstart Issues With T5220
I'm trying to use a V210 (sun4u) configured as a jumpstart server to flash install a number of T5220's (sunv4).

The Facts:
V210 - Solaris 10 (September 2010 Release / not patched)
T5220's -...
Forum: Solaris 02-18-2011
1,959
Posted By Celtic_Monkey
as fpmurphy says, did you select the entire...
as fpmurphy says, did you select the entire distribution?

also, when installing from the first cd, do you get to do all the usual stuff, like server name / disk partitioning / ip address etc?
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Posted By Celtic_Monkey
what says ls -la <filename>? if its linked...
what says ls -la <filename>?

if its linked it'll be in the order of:

<filename> --> ../../opt/bin/<filename>

ie. you'll see the pointer (-->) to another file.
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