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Forum: Solaris 03-25-2011
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Posted By bluescreen
Think about what resources your script actually...
Think about what resources your script actually needs to run. I'm sure the PATH (which is the same in both) and LD_LIBRARY_PATH var are probable required. What about the Oracle vars? Does the...
Forum: Solaris 03-24-2011
3,000
Posted By bluescreen
Is the /usr/bin/sh script calling the...
Is the /usr/bin/sh script calling the /usr/bin/perl script? -OR- is the Perl script embedded in the sh script? If you can run this from the command line and it completes normally, do you have...
Forum: Solaris 03-23-2011
3,000
Posted By bluescreen
It could be your environment or it could be the...
It could be your environment or it could be the script. Try running it in cron with out redirection. In other words, remove any "> /dev/null 2>&1" in the crontab entry.

Also, I am not familiar...
Forum: Solaris 03-23-2011
3,000
Posted By bluescreen
No. If the script will run from the command...
No. If the script will run from the command line, it will run in cron.
Forum: Solaris 03-14-2011
15
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3,816
Posted By bluescreen
I can give you two reasons I switched to ZFS over...
I can give you two reasons I switched to ZFS over a year ago:


Reliability: ZFS file systems are more reliable in a system crash than UFS. I had a system crash due to a power failure recently. ...
Forum: Solaris 03-11-2011
798
Posted By bluescreen
Where did the docs go?
Did you ever wonder what Oracle did with the Sun Documentation? It's still out there but it's not that easy to find even with their new wiz-bang "My Oracle Support" page. I found this site today...
Forum: Solaris 03-02-2011
13,012
Posted By bluescreen
Try this link...
Try this link (http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E19253-01/index.html). It goes to the entire Solaris 10 documentation set. The man pages are about half way down the page.


HTH
Forum: Solaris 02-25-2011
1,824
Posted By bluescreen
They are both sun4u systems running Solaris 10. ...
They are both sun4u systems running Solaris 10. You should be ok.
Forum: Solaris 02-10-2011
1,614
Posted By bluescreen
Did you login as the user before or is this the...
Did you login as the user before or is this the first time?
Forum: Solaris 02-07-2011
7,895
Posted By bluescreen
FWIW, I've run into this error before and it is...
FWIW, I've run into this error before and it is usually due to the LD_LIBRARY_PATH var missing or miss configured. But it could also be that the libraries are not on your system.

Try to find...
Forum: Solaris 01-24-2011
23,996
Posted By bluescreen
I use prstat -Z to see how much memory a...
I use prstat -Z to see how much memory a container is using. Run from the global zone, this shows me how much memory each container is using compared to the other containers and the global zone.

...
Forum: Solaris 01-06-2011
1,425
Posted By bluescreen
This is not necessary in Solaris 10. Simply put...
This is not necessary in Solaris 10. Simply put the hostname that corresponds to the IP address you want on the interface into the proper /etc/hostname.<interface> file and you should be good.

#...
Forum: Solaris 01-06-2011
1,425
Posted By bluescreen
I think the disconnect here is that you need to...
I think the disconnect here is that you need to put the hostname in the /etc/hostname.ce1,2,3 files. So, in your instance, put a different hostname in each file corresponding to the ip address you...
2,141
Posted By bluescreen
Why don't you use sort -u above and remove uniq ?
Why don't you use sort -u above and remove uniq ?
Forum: Solaris 01-04-2011
2,139
Posted By bluescreen
Your ce3 interface does not have a link to the...
Your ce3 interface does not have a link to the network as there is no "RUNNING" status. (see the other interfaces) If you correct this error I'm sure most of your issues will disappear.
Forum: Hardware 01-03-2011
1,894
Posted By bluescreen
Another thought ... you could use a u*x system's...
Another thought ... you could use a u*x system's serial port to connect to the 280R. Then you would use something like tip (in place of HyperTerm).

One last thing, if you have access to an old...
Forum: Solaris 01-03-2011
1,497
Posted By bluescreen
First off, you need another drive that is EXACTLY...
First off, you need another drive that is EXACTLY like the current boot drive(rpm,sectors,cylinders,heads,etc.). It appears that you have UFS file systems so I would recommend Solaris Volume...
Forum: Solaris 01-03-2011
4,224
Posted By bluescreen
Try: # ifconfig ce3 unplumb or, if you...
Try:

# ifconfig ce3 unplumb

or, if you have another IP address you want to use:

# ifconfig ce3 new.ip.addr.here up

man ifconfig...
Forum: Solaris 12-23-2010
3,219
Posted By bluescreen
I got this to work: $ ssh -t $SERVER1...
I got this to work:
$ ssh -t $SERVER1 /usr/bin/ssh $SERVER2 echo uptime: \\\`uptime \\\| cut -d: -f3-5 \\\`

Notice the "\\\" before the pipe. Sorry I forgot that in my previous post. :o
Forum: Solaris 12-22-2010
3,219
Posted By bluescreen
I think your issue is a "shell substitution...
I think your issue is a "shell substitution before execution" issue. (See this (http://pubs.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/009695399/utilities/xcu_chap02.html) section 2.1 #4) Try this:
/usr/bin/ssh -t...
Forum: Solaris 12-20-2010
1,099
Posted By bluescreen
Your best hope is to rebuild your system starting...
Your best hope is to rebuild your system starting with the Solaris 10 Install DVD. Then start your Oracle install again. I speak from experience. Don't waste time trying to fix little things, just...
Forum: Solaris 12-14-2010
2,337
Posted By bluescreen
Dont forget the "-" at the end of the line. OTW,...
Dont forget the "-" at the end of the line. OTW, looks fine to me.
Forum: Solaris 12-14-2010
2,337
Posted By bluescreen
You need to add it to /etc/vfstab for it to mount...
You need to add it to /etc/vfstab for it to mount at boot time.

Use /bin/vi to edit /etc/vfstab. The line should look like this:
/dev/md/dsk/d0 /dev/md/rdsk/d0 /oracle ufs 2 yes -

HTH
...
Forum: Solaris 12-10-2010
6,385
Posted By bluescreen
SSH installs when you build the system. You...
SSH installs when you build the system. You could scp the files over like Corona688 sez then disable the ssh daemon with
# svcadm disable ssh

HTH
Forum: Solaris 12-10-2010
6,385
Posted By bluescreen
:eek: Do you have root access? If so...
:eek:

Do you have root access? If so /bin/su to root and run
# pkill -1 ftpd # <== that is pkill dash one ftpd
This will reset the ftp daemon. Then try to ftp the file over to the Solaris...
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