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Forum: Solaris 03-24-2009
5,130
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Sun Remote System Control (RSC) 2.2.2...
Sun Remote System Control (RSC) 2.2.2 (http://www.sun.com/servers/rsc.html)
Forum: Solaris 01-28-2009
29,330
Posted By incredible
physical checks if there are any fault LEDs on...
physical checks if there are any fault LEDs on the system, check from the OS level (prtdiag -v) and the system controller if there are any errors or faults. Check the HDD status from iostat -E output...
Forum: Solaris 06-01-2012
806
Posted By incredible
The disks are hot pluggable. You need to issue...
The disks are hot pluggable. You need to issue commands to detach it before you pull out.
Its a very old system and it's design is such
Forum: Solaris 04-15-2010
13,732
Posted By incredible
Is this on a sparc or x86 machine? On x86...
Is this on a sparc or x86 machine?
On x86 machine, run the following commands to access pcfs disk type.

/etc/init.d/volmgt stop
format -e or rmformat

mount -F pcfs /dev/dsk/c2t0d0p0:c...
Forum: Solaris 12-18-2009
10,080
Posted By incredible
Not able to see the images in IE. And its a...
Not able to see the images in IE.
And its a joke!:rolleyes: Thought it was an x86 physical server at first. Did not thought that it was a Pentium PC:)

---------- Post updated at 10:54 PM...
Forum: Solaris 09-11-2011
2,874
Posted By incredible
Alot of information missing.. you're using iSCSI...
Alot of information missing.. you're using iSCSI san boot or FC san boot? confusing.. if its FC , you need to change fp.conf. was any changes made to scsi_vhci.conf at all? If you want to turn off...
Forum: Solaris 09-11-2011
4,067
Posted By incredible
p2 should be the whole disk (backup slice) and...
p2 should be the whole disk (backup slice) and not p0 right?
Forum: Solaris 09-04-2011
3,242
Posted By incredible
nope, during live upgrade, it should not...
nope, during live upgrade, it should not "disturb" your vxvm in any way
Upgrading VxVM and/or Solaris using Live Upgrade...
Forum: Solaris 12-14-2008
6,446
Posted By incredible
qfe - quad fast ethernet hme - happy meal...
qfe - quad fast ethernet
hme - happy meal ethernet
eri - eri Fast-Ethernet device
ce - copper ethernet
bge - fiber gigaswift
:cool:
Forum: Solaris 05-23-2010
74,687
Posted By incredible
Add host entries in the /etc/hosts file touch...
Add host entries in the /etc/hosts file
touch /etc/hostname.nge0 -put the hostname
add the netmask in the /etc/netmasks with the correct subnet
touch /etc/defaultrouter -> put in the gateway IP
...
Forum: Solaris 11-13-2009
5,060
Posted By incredible
Nope. you need to boot from dvd/cdrom and revert...
Nope. you need to boot from dvd/cdrom and revert the pam.conf.
Forum: Solaris 05-20-2009
1,964
Posted By incredible
Please get someone who is trained in SVM to help...
Please get someone who is trained in SVM to help you. Its too dangerous to perform if you've no knowledge of what you're doing.
Forum: Solaris 07-15-2010
3,301
Posted By incredible
Here it is... in C Retrieving MAC Address in...
Here it is... in C
Retrieving MAC Address in Solaris using C as a non-root user : paulie's world in blog form (http://blogs.sun.com/paulie/entry/retrieving_mac_address_in_solaris)
Forum: Solaris 07-11-2010
6,780
Posted By incredible
make sure you update the OBP to the latest and...
make sure you update the OBP to the latest and re-try
Forum: Solaris 07-02-2010
6,925
Posted By incredible
The only way I have been able to fix the systems...
The only way I have been able to fix the systems is to boot in failsafe mode and then apply the new kernel again with patchadd -n -R /a patchid.
Look at the README for this patch and see if it gives...
Forum: Solaris 06-24-2010
3,694
Posted By incredible
you can resize like this: vxresize -g datadg -F...
you can resize like this:
vxresize -g datadg -F vxfs archive 16g
Forum: Solaris 06-25-2010
7,680
Posted By incredible
they are normal. you can safely ignore those...
they are normal. you can safely ignore those warnings
Forum: Solaris 03-10-2010
8,150
Posted By incredible
You should be root to do this. Use the useradd...
You should be root to do this.
Use the useradd like this and see
useradd -u 47367 -g 18 -d /local/home/user123 -m -s /bin/ksh -c "user123" user123
/local/home dire should be present, there should...
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