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Forum: Solaris 09-22-2010
5,161
Posted By gnom
To enable it, edit the file /kernel/drv/fp.conf...
To enable it, edit the file /kernel/drv/fp.conf file. At the end it should say:

mpxio-disable="yes"

Just change yes to no and it will be enabled:

mpxio-disable="no"

Hope this works
Forum: Solaris 09-14-2010
15,859
Posted By gnom
Here the steps I follow - breaking the...
Here the steps I follow

- breaking the mirrors
metadetach d10 d12
metadetach d30 d32
metadetach d40 d42

- fsck the detached mirrors
fsck /dev/md/rdsk/d12
fsck /dev/md/rdsk/d32
fsck...
Forum: Solaris 07-28-2010
2,586
Posted By gnom
Go to sunsolve.sun.com (http://sunsolve.sun.com)...
Go to sunsolve.sun.com (http://sunsolve.sun.com) search the patch in the "Patch finder" and download it. There is a README on how to install it (patchadd).

Make sure that you break the mirrors of...
1,979
Posted By gnom
Hi When I run the commands manually it doesn't...
Hi
When I run the commands manually it doesn't give me an output. I have to make a
echo $mes6
Then it shows me the correct number.

But when I run the script every night and redirect the output...
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Posted By gnom
Thanks for your reply. I run the script...
Thanks for your reply.
I run the script manually and it gave me the correct number back, 34.
I ran the script also via cron to see it the path is resolved
I ran the script with a variable and the...
1,979
Posted By gnom
Problem with a script on a solaris 10 box
Hi Gurus
I have several SAN's in two different locations. I collect performance data and archive them. In one location the archiving script runs on a solaris 9 server and in the other on a solaris...
Forum: Solaris 04-16-2010
3,351
Posted By gnom
find . -name "*ca*" -print ; sudo find . -name...
find . -name "*ca*" -print ; sudo find . -name "*CA*" -print
Forum: Solaris 10-22-2009
6,635
Posted By gnom
When you kill the shell in which you switched to...
When you kill the shell in which you switched to root, you kill everything.

You need to open a new shell and from there you can kill any other shell without beeing loged out.

Start the shell...
Forum: Solaris 09-29-2009
2,168
Posted By gnom
Thank you incredible.
Thank you incredible.
Forum: Solaris 09-21-2009
2,168
Posted By gnom
Patching error
Hi Gurus
I wanted to patch two servers yesterday with the SUN provided patch_cluster for solaris 10

One server is had the same patchlevel before and after patching
SunOS svr10008 5.10...
Forum: Solaris 09-03-2009
2,773
Posted By gnom
when u have a new disk none of the slices are...
when u have a new disk none of the slices are used. Usually s2 is the backup slice.

As an exercise you can put all on slice 0. After that you need to label your disk to store the configuration....
Forum: Solaris 08-25-2009
15,611
Posted By gnom
Which O/S do you have?
Which O/S do you have?
Forum: Solaris 07-30-2009
6,127
Posted By gnom
jlliagre is right - It is no longer necessary to...
jlliagre is right - It is no longer necessary to edit the /etc/inittab file directly. Administrators should use the Solaris Service Management Facility (SMF) to define services instead. ...
Forum: Solaris 07-29-2009
4,575
Posted By gnom
On www.docs.sun.com you find what you are looking...
On www.docs.sun.com you find what you are looking for

Solaris 8 System Administrator Collection - Sun Microsystems (http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/coll/47.11)
Forum: Solaris 07-27-2009
3,069
Posted By gnom
first you should uncompress it with bunzip2...
first you should uncompress it with

bunzip2 filename.txt.bz2 (where filename.txt.bz2 is the name of the file you wish to uncompress)

then you have to install the package

pkgadd -d...
Forum: Solaris 07-16-2009
13,271
Posted By gnom
You can do something like this find . -name...
You can do something like this

find . -name core* -mtime +15 -exec rm -f {} \;


This finds all core files in the current directory (.) which are older 15 days and deletes them.

Prior the rm...
Forum: Solaris 07-12-2009
12,687
Posted By gnom
You have to enter the metadevice # not a...
You have to enter the metadevice # not a softpartition (as root)

sudo metarecover -v -n d208 -p
Verifying on-disk structures on d208.
found incorrect magic number 207d100, expected 20000127.
No...
Forum: Solaris 07-09-2009
3,843
Posted By gnom
Pls post your md.tab file
Pls post your md.tab file
Forum: Solaris 07-07-2009
3,725
Posted By gnom
The best is to make a ls -ltr /dev/rdsk . The...
The best is to make a ls -ltr /dev/rdsk . The attached LUN will be at the bottom with the date.

The format command is not a good choice if you have lots of drives connected. It can be that the...
Forum: Solaris 07-05-2009
12,687
Posted By gnom
metarecover -v -n metadevice -p
metarecover -v -n metadevice -p
Forum: Solaris 06-18-2009
42,736
Posted By gnom
did you do a devfsadm?
did you do a devfsadm?
Forum: Solaris 06-17-2009
3,513
Posted By gnom
What kind of maintenace do you do? patching...
What kind of maintenace do you do?

patching (single user mode)
- go to the console and boot in single user mode (init 1, shutdown -y -g0 -i1)
- after the installation do a reboot or a shutdown...
Forum: Solaris 06-17-2009
42,736
Posted By gnom
the cfgadm -al (as root) gives something like...
the cfgadm -al (as root) gives something like this

Ap_Id Type Receptacle Occupant Condition
c0 scsi-bus connected ...
Forum: Solaris 05-15-2009
1,733
Posted By gnom
Hopefully the account was deleted without -r. So...
Hopefully the account was deleted without -r. So ur lucky and the user's homedir is still there. Just create a user with the homedir pointing to the old directory (eg /home/users/xxx)
Forum: Solaris 05-03-2009
8,351
Posted By gnom
As workaroung you can tar the files together. But...
As workaroung you can tar the files together. But only if the files are no more accessed, like old logfile... (eg. tar cvf /bla/bla/logs/logs.tar /bla/bla/logs/*)
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