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Forum: Solaris 07-17-2018
683
Posted By Peasant
Check output of clq status on every cluster. ...
Check output of clq status on every cluster.
Examine the quorum votes required :

--- Quorum Votes Summary from (latest node reconfiguration) ---

Needed Present Possible
...
Forum: Solaris 03-15-2018
950
Posted By jlliagre
Solaris 10 Premier support ended on Jan 31, 2018....
Solaris 10 Premier support ended on Jan 31, 2018. Either move to Solaris 11 or suscribe to extended support to get access to newer patches.

Oracle Solaris 10 Support Explained | Oracle Solaris...
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Posted By thomen
Cant get traffic to my forum
<SNIP>

edit by bakunin: You could have shown the courtesy to ask if it is OK to advertise your forum here. As generous as i know Neo to be and given you are probably a non-profit organisation he...
Forum: Solaris 12-27-2016
1,423
Posted By jim mcnamara
There is a disconnect here... Those boxes are...
There is a disconnect here... Those boxes are EOL'ed - end of life. I believe you have a hardware issue or as DukeNuke indicated firmware changes are in order. I would look for replacement parts...
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Posted By [MA]Flying_Meat
To access the content of a hidden folder, you...
To access the content of a hidden folder, you just have to know the path.

If both drives were named the same (Macintosh HD), then the "external" will show up as "Macintosh HD 2".
If it is not...
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Posted By djfilms
DN2, good luck!!! regards, David
DN2, good luck!!!

regards, David
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Posted By hicksd8
Hi, Read this thread: ...
Hi,

Read this thread:

https://www.unix.com/unix-for-beginners-questions-and-answers/269116-file-name-starts-esc-character.html

I'm not a OSX expert but, as with generic Unix/Linux,...
2,643
Posted By Don Cragun
Using multiple accounts to get around read-only...
Using multiple accounts to get around read-only status is not allowed.

Posting technical questions in non-technical forums is not allowed.

This thread is closed.
Forum: Solaris 08-17-2016
2,642
Posted By rbatte1
Okay, so it looks like you don't have the problem...
Okay, so it looks like you don't have the problem I considered.

Does the output from du -kx / | sort -n give you clues as to where all the space is being used?

Is the output from df complete? ...
Forum: Solaris 06-14-2016
10,895
Posted By jlliagre
Note that lsof is not part of the GNU utilities,...
Note that lsof is not part of the GNU utilities, it is not even distributed under the GPL.

It is also very specific in the sense it uses undocumented and somewhat hackish methods to access private...
Forum: Solaris 11-06-2015
2,165
Posted By hicksd8
I could ask a number of questions here but...
I could ask a number of questions here but firstly let me just say that on a Sun keyboard you can stop the boot process with STOP-A and if you're using a PC keyboard you can stop the boot process...
Forum: Solaris 02-12-2015
1,683
Posted By hicksd8
Solaris Ready USB FAQ...
Solaris Ready USB FAQ (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/solaris/overview/usb-faq-140616.html)

First thing to do is check that Solaris is seeing the USB device.
Forum: Solaris 01-21-2015
830
Posted By Peasant
Patching has little to none influence on RAID. ...
Patching has little to none influence on RAID.
Since this is RAID 0, it offers no protection from data loss due to failure of drive.

Take backup or snapshot depending on the filesystem in...
Forum: Solaris 09-27-2014
2,424
Posted By jim mcnamara
Solaris bash vulnerability update
The patch blog has:

https://blogs.oracle.com/patch/entry/solaris_idrs_available_on_mos

information on dealing with bash 'shellshock' vulnerability.
5,884
Posted By jim mcnamara
Explanation for any other newbie: The source...
Explanation for any other newbie:

The source keyword exists in the bash shell, sh on Solaris 10 is not bash, so the source keyword will cause an error. Depending on how a crontab entry is set...
925
Posted By Scott
It seems to me that the moderators have closed...
It seems to me that the moderators have closed those threads for perfectly valid reasons, and I don't see what you could add to reverse that. You should take the time to rationalize your thoughts...
Forum: Infrastructure Monitoring 03-05-2014
3,850
Posted By Scott
But if any server could survive three decades of...
But if any server could survive three decades of non-interrupted use, it would be a Solaris server!
Forum: Solaris 10-04-2013
3,431
Posted By fpmurphy
What part of Working With DHCP in Oracle Solaris...
What part of Working With DHCP in Oracle Solaris 11 (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E26502_01/html/E28991/index.html) do you not understand?
693
Posted By Don Cragun
When FS is set to a space character, leading and...
When FS is set to a space character, leading and trailing spaces and tabs are removed from the input line and then any sequence of one or more space and tab characters act as field separators. When...
Forum: Solaris 06-06-2013
5,769
Posted By jlliagre
See post #4I'm afraid no. Double check what you...
See post #4I'm afraid no. Double check what you did.
Forum: Solaris 06-27-2012
995
Posted By jim mcnamara
Your purchasing guy is full of you-know-what. He...
Your purchasing guy is full of you-know-what. He was looking for brownie points with his boss.

Get the right memory. Doesn't it sound odd to you that the memory voltage requirements are not the...
Forum: Solaris 06-03-2012
1,879
Posted By jlliagre
This should be better: for i in 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7...
This should be better:
for i in 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
do mkfile 500m disc$i
done
Forum: Solaris 01-25-2012
9,122
Posted By aixlover
The 'cpio -oP@/' is not correct. Anyone knows...
The 'cpio -oP@/' is not correct. Anyone knows what it should be? Thanks.



http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19963-01/html/821-1460/gjroc.html...
Forum: Solaris 01-25-2012
9,122
Posted By jlliagre
Thanks for the feed back. I reported it to the...
Thanks for the feed back. I reported it to the manual maintainers.
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Posted By Neo
Removed Tapatalk permanently.
Removed Tapatalk permanently.
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