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Async or Sync I/O on NFS ?
Solaris 2.8

I know regular filesystems use Async I/O on Solaris 2.8. Does anybody know if NFS uses Sync I/O or Async I/O ?
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I found from another source that...
I found from another source that /usr/ccs/bin/make is added via the SUNWsprot package. I think all I have to do is http://docs.sun.com/?q=SUNWsprot&p=/doc/806-0955/6ja9a9f6v&a=view

I will try...
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Hmmm. Re-installing the OS seems kind of...
Hmmm. Re-installing the OS seems kind of extreme, no? I'm probably half way through installing the software I want on this box. I have managed to get all my networking, samba, mail, apache, etc....
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/usr/ccs/bin/make
I have recently installed Solaris 2.8 from CD. The setup program asked me if I wanted developer, server, or workstation support which I probably took the default (not developer). Now, however, I am...
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Posted By marist89
Yeah, you got a real problem. What kind of...
Yeah, you got a real problem.

What kind of backup will you be doing? Do you have software, or just planning on using tools provided by every major unix vendor? Is NFS installed and configured?
...
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Posted By marist89
spool overwrites the file every time you SPOOL...
spool overwrites the file every time you SPOOL fn.

After your SQL Query is done, you have to append your results to some "master" type file.

For example, something like:

touch master.out...
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Posted By marist89
Or, if it is more important that you learn...
Or, if it is more important that you learn SQLServer and Oracle rather than SQLServer and Oracle on Unix, install Oracle for NT on your NT box and forget about unix.
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Posted By marist89
CDPATH, when set, will tell the cd command to...
CDPATH, when set, will tell the cd command to search those paths when looking for the target directory. For example:
% echo $CDPATH
.:/usr/local
% pwd
/home/myuser
% cd bin
% pwd...
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Posted By marist89
df -k
df -k
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Posted By marist89
I've used Veritas Netbackup with great success. ...
I've used Veritas Netbackup with great success. I highly recommend it!
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Posted By marist89
1. right click on your desktop 2. Applications,...
1. right click on your desktop
2. Applications, Application Manager, Desktop Controls, Screen Style Manager
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Posted By marist89
I have implemented various backup packages for...
I have implemented various backup packages for use with Oracle Databases including Veritas Netbackup, Legato NetWorker, and Alexandria. IMHO, Netbackup is by far the easiest to implement and the...
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Posted By marist89
Change your root and oracle passwords and only...
Change your root and oracle passwords and only give those passwords to trusted users.
Forum: IP Networking 10-15-2001
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Posted By marist89
Yup, that worked. Now all I have to do is figure...
Yup, that worked. Now all I have to do is figure out how to setup my default gateway instead of typing "route add" everytime my box comes up...

Back to searching the forums...

Thanks for your...
Forum: IP Networking 10-15-2001
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Posted By marist89
ah, the old resolv.conf will get you every time. ...
ah, the old resolv.conf will get you every time. I will try it out tonight and let you know (hopefully from my Solaris box...)
Forum: IP Networking 10-15-2001
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Posted By marist89
Solaris DHCP and DNS
I have managed to setup my Solaris box to receive an IP number from a DHCP server. In addition, I can ping and telnet between my dhcp server and my solaris box using the IP number. However, I can't...
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Posted By marist89
sdX to mount point mapping
OS: Solaris

When I look at my I/O distribution on a server using iostat, the devices report as sdX where x is a number like 0, 32, 128, etc. While I can guess which device maps to which mount...
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Posted By marist89
A cleaner way would be to kill the session from...
A cleaner way would be to kill the session from oracle instead of from the OS. When you kill the main user session, the parallel sessions will die on their own.
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Most unix systems come with man pages (manual...
Most unix systems come with man pages (manual pages). For example, to find out how to use crontab type: man crontab. There's even a man page for man!
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