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Forum: Solaris 10-23-2019
4,364
Posted By Peasant
Here : open("/etc/nsswitch.conf",...
Here :

open("/etc/nsswitch.conf", O_RDONLY|O_LARGEFILE) = 4
fcntl(4, F_DUPFD, 0x00000100) = 256
close(4) = 0
read(256, 0xFF352400, 1024)...
Forum: Solaris 10-23-2019
4,364
Posted By Neo
I'm all out of ideas for the moment. Maybe...
I'm all out of ideas for the moment.

Maybe someone else will have some good ideas to help!
Forum: Solaris 09-07-2019
4,922
Posted By hicksd8
@MadeInGermany........................That's an...
@MadeInGermany........................That's an interesting point you make. AFAIR port aggregation was around long before multi-pathing (IPMP) as it's a simpler technology (isn't it??).

I assumed...
Forum: Solaris 09-07-2019
4,922
Posted By MadeInGermany
Thanks for the update. If a NIC suddenly fails,...
Thanks for the update.
If a NIC suddenly fails, and no admin did something to your system or to the LAN switch then the next idea is hardware.

The IPMP concept is quite different from the port...
Forum: Solaris 06-20-2019
8,130
Posted By Neo
Yes, when you replace keys you need to repeat the...
Yes, when you replace keys you need to repeat the same process as when you first installed them.

Normally, you do not need to delete the old keys, as the system will take care of it.

I did...
Forum: Solaris 05-30-2019
8,274
Posted By hicksd8
I've read your post a few times but I'm not sure...
I've read your post a few times but I'm not sure what your question is.

Solaris can be configured to use different algorithms for password hashing by the settings in /etc/security/policy.conf.
...
Forum: Solaris 05-09-2019
438
Posted By Peasant
No. You will need to create a pset with wanted...
No. You will need to create a pset with wanted cpu cores and alocate that to specific zone or zones to compliant as far as i recall.

Lets say for simplicity you have 10 zones, 1 global zone and 9...
667
Posted By Don Cragun
I am sorry about that. I made the mistake of...
I am sorry about that. I made the mistake of copying the code from post #10 that you said you were using:
13 16 * * * cd /var/log/apache && ln -s $(ls -r *error_log.* | head -1) error_log
14 16 *...
Forum: Solaris 04-17-2019
1,040
Posted By MadeInGermany
I don't know how the fail-over case looks in...
I don't know how the fail-over case looks in detail.
The main point is: connectivity is still there, and, once you put the cable back, the normal redundant state comes back.
Forum: Solaris 04-17-2019
1,040
Posted By rbatte1
The only way I know of to properly test it is to...
The only way I know of to properly test it is to either physically pull a cable (logically if it's a virtual server) or to down the network interface card. Obviously you would down the physical card...
667
Posted By Corona688
shell uses backticks and $( ) to turn program...
shell uses backticks and $( ) to turn program output into strings.

cd /var/log ; ln -s $(ls *error_log.* | sort | tail -1) error_log
Forum: Solaris 04-11-2019
555
Posted By jlliagre
Correct. No action is necessary. showrev...
Correct. No action is necessary.


showrev -p is providing four pieces of information for each patch already installed in your Solaris 10 or older machine.


Requires: list of patches that...
254
Posted By Don Cragun
I must be missing something here. Why isn't the...
I must be missing something here. Why isn't the desired output produced by:
echo 'uri ldaps://pbs-mast.prd.prp.ia/ ldaps://dbs-mast.prd.prp.ia/' | nawk '/^uri ldaps:/{print $1,$2}'
You did say you...
254
Posted By vgersh99
something along these lines: echo 'uri...
something along these lines:

echo 'uri ldaps://pbs-mast.prd.prp.ia/ ldaps://dbs-mast.prd.prp.ia/' | awk '/^uri ldaps:/{print $2}'

NOTE: use nawk on Solaris.
969
Posted By MadeInGermany
Maybe a "debug" line in a ldap.conf file? Do...
Maybe a "debug" line in a ldap.conf file?
Do you have the Solaris native ldap client?
ldapclient list
Forum: Solaris 01-24-2019
1,253
Posted By jlliagre
Try: ...
Try:
/pci@0/pci@0/pci@1/pci@0/pci@1/pci@0/usb@0,2/storage@3/disk
Forum: Solaris 01-23-2019
1,253
Posted By jlliagre
T5220 support ended with Solaris 11.3. See...
T5220 support ended with Solaris 11.3.

See End of Feature Notices for Oracle Solaris 11 (https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/systems/end-of-notices/eonsolaris11-392732.html)

> End of Features...
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 01-09-2019
2,385
Posted By gull04
Hi Solaris_1977, As Peasant says you can cap...
Hi Solaris_1977,

As Peasant says you can cap the cpu on zones, to limit licence costs - this model is not accepted for VM Ware. The full CPU count is licensed for each Oracle Instance (we know...
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 01-08-2019
2,385
Posted By gull04
Hi, If you're staying on SPARC then you're...
Hi,

If you're staying on SPARC then you're staying with OVM, there are a number of options - I would have liked to stay with our current setup. While we don't run clustered for our critical apps,...
Forum: Solaris 01-07-2019
930
Posted By MadeInGermany
You see that LACP is not working on igb2. The...
You see that LACP is not working on igb2.
The logical consequence if the igb2 link is down (as you confirmed already).
I fear there is broken hardware. Did you exchange the cable(s) between the...
210
Posted By gull04
Hi, This is the Mezzanine card which plugs...
Hi,

This is the Mezzanine card which plugs into the motherboard and has all the PCI slots on it, any faults would manifest on any I/O cards that you have installed in the slots - additional...
602
Posted By Peasant
I suppose you are reading the following document...
I suppose you are reading the following document :
AWS IP Address Ranges - Amazon Web Services (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/general/latest/gr/aws-ip-ranges.html)

If we look at the example 5 and 6...
Forum: Solaris 06-16-2018
625
Posted By Peasant
Yes. Only thing that you should notice is...
Yes.

Only thing that you should notice is increased read / write until resilvering is done.

Regards
Peasant.
Forum: Solaris 04-27-2018
1,565
Posted By MadeInGermany
In Solaris the public args, as shown with...
In Solaris the public args, as shown with /usr/bin/ps, are truncated after 80 characters.
The full args are stored in the process environment.
/usr/ucb/ps wwwaux tries to access the full args of...
Forum: Solaris 04-27-2018
1,565
Posted By jlliagre
It seems syslog-ng overwrote/cleared its...
It seems syslog-ng overwrote/cleared its arguments array. You are out of luck.

You might use a dtrace script to intercept the arguments when the commands are exec'd and log them to a file.
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