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Forum: Solaris 07-17-2018
492
Posted By DukeNuke2
He said you have to check if your "needed" and...
He said you have to check if your "needed" and "present" count are correct. If they are, you can reboot the quorum server without any danger. In a 2 node cluster you should have 2 on the needed side...
Forum: AIX 07-12-2018
1,038
Posted By DukeNuke2
I don't say you are doing it wrong... But somehow...
I don't say you are doing it wrong... But somehow you do... Java should be in your path and that should be a link to the version you are using! Also maybe it is wrong on my site and you are doing...
Forum: AIX 07-12-2018
1,038
Posted By DukeNuke2
What is the output of which java?
What is the output of which java?
Forum: Solaris 07-12-2018
4,268
Posted By DukeNuke2
Why are you not able to boot? What is the boot...
Why are you not able to boot? What is the boot device? Which error message do you get when you boot?
Forum: Solaris 06-20-2018
2,044
Posted By DukeNuke2
Did you check that you have the right solaris...
Did you check that you have the right solaris version? sparc vs. x86. The max post is of course also a good idea.
Forum: Hardware 06-19-2018
2,235
Posted By DukeNuke2
From the XSCF use the command version -c xcp and...
From the XSCF use the command version -c xcp and send the output. Depending on the version you might not be able to reset the error...
Forum: Hardware 06-19-2018
2,235
Posted By DukeNuke2
Do you have support for the M5000? I would say...
Do you have support for the M5000? I would say replacing the faulted part should be enough. You can also try to reset the fault and try again to powerup the system. But go slowly with a poweron -d 0...
Forum: Solaris 06-19-2018
1,315
Posted By DukeNuke2
To keep the forums high quality for all users,...
To keep the forums high quality for all users, please take the time to format your posts correctly.

First of all, use Code Tags when you post any code or data samples so others can easily read...
Forum: Solaris 06-18-2018
459
Posted By DukeNuke2
Reset the errors from the ILOM (and/or Solaris)...
Reset the errors from the ILOM (and/or Solaris) and do a max POST to check the hardware. If the error is still there, strip the server of all not needed stuff (no PCI cards, minimal RAM and so on)...
Forum: Solaris 06-07-2018
394
Posted By DukeNuke2
Managing SMB File Sharing and Windows...
Managing SMB File Sharing and Windows Interoperability in Oracle(R) Solaris 11.3 (https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E53394_01/html/E54797/index.html)
Forum: Solaris 05-12-2018
1,320
Posted By DukeNuke2
I see... Good luck with your project!
I see... Good luck with your project!
Forum: Solaris 05-11-2018
1,320
Posted By DukeNuke2
Why running an almost 25 year old OS? Would be...
Why running an almost 25 year old OS? Would be running Solaris 11 or Solaris 10 (which is available in x86/64 versions) an option for you? You could use virtual box to run Solaris as a guest OS from...
Forum: Solaris 05-09-2018
882
Posted By DukeNuke2
but console does... Use that to gain access to...
but console does... Use that to gain access to the OBP and you should be at the ok prompt.
Forum: Solaris 05-08-2018
882
Posted By DukeNuke2
Then tell the server to boot from that disk......
Then tell the server to boot from that disk... Because now it tries to boot from network...

ok boot disk
Forum: Solaris 05-08-2018
1,525
Posted By DukeNuke2
Assuming you are on Solaris 10... Check here: ...
Assuming you are on Solaris 10...
Check here:
Oracle Solaris 10 1/13 Installation Guide: Flash Archives (Creation and Installation) - Oracle Solaris 10 1/13 Installation Guide: Flash Archives...
Forum: Solaris 05-08-2018
882
Posted By DukeNuke2
If he is connected via LOM, no local keyboard is...
If he is connected via LOM, no local keyboard is needed.
Forum: Solaris 05-08-2018
882
Posted By DukeNuke2
The server is trying to boot from network... Send...
The server is trying to boot from network... Send a "break" to the server over your terminal or the LOM and bring the server to the ok prompt. Investigate for the right boot device (disk), set the...
Forum: Solaris 03-29-2018
1,033
Posted By DukeNuke2
Try to run ipadm delete-ip interface on the...
Try to run ipadm delete-ip interface on the interface you want to use first. Also, wouldn't you need 2 interfaces to create an aggr-group? So something like:
dladm create-aggr -P L2 -l net1 -l net2...
1,354
Posted By DukeNuke2
Click on "edit" which opens the quick editor....
Click on "edit" which opens the quick editor. Click "edit" again and you are in the full editor. You should be able to change the title there.
Forum: Solaris 03-15-2018
796
Posted By DukeNuke2
From when is the latest patchset you use? The...
From when is the latest patchset you use? The latest patchcluster I can see is from january.
Forum: Solaris 03-05-2018
1,132
Posted By DukeNuke2
You have to create metadevices out of c2t5d0s36...
You have to create metadevices out of c2t5d0s36 and c2t6d0s6 first. Then attach the new metadevice to d20.
Forum: Solaris 03-02-2018
1,132
Posted By DukeNuke2
Why using an "old" and "clumsy" tool to manage...
Why using an "old" and "clumsy" tool to manage storage? Solaris 10 has also ZFS and that is way easier to use...
Forum: Solaris 12-16-2017
8,022
Posted By DukeNuke2
If it is an important system, better hire a...
If it is an important system, better hire a professional to do that job. It is a quite long procedure and there are to many variables to explain it in here...
Forum: Solaris 12-05-2017
550
Posted By DukeNuke2
Recovering From Boot Problems (Solaris Volume...
Recovering From Boot Problems (Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide) (https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19683-01/817-2530/6mi6gg8dj/index.html)
Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 11-19-2017
1,024
Posted By DukeNuke2
I don't know if the cpio command is available on...
I don't know if the cpio command is available on Linux but that is what I use in the Solaris world... AFAIK the faster'ish way to copy whole file systems. Read a bit here:

Copying Directories...
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