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Posted By wisecracker
An interesting Raspberry Pi add-on...
Hi all...

An interesting idea for Raspberry Pi...

Raspberry Pi goes Hi-Fi with audio valve amp | Electronics Weekly...
Forum: Solaris 11-20-2015
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Posted By hicksd8
There is an unwritten convention that means...
There is an unwritten convention that means people use slice 7 for the meta. The meta slice only needs to be circa 10MB but there is no maximum, you just waste the disk space.

If slice 6 only has...
Forum: Solaris 11-19-2015
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Posted By hicksd8
Looking up the Sunfire V125 it appears that you...
Looking up the Sunfire V125 it appears that you have to resort to software mirroring (meta) because there is no built-in hardware RAID controller.

Therefore the first questions are:

Q: Are all...
Forum: Solaris 11-18-2015
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Posted By hicksd8
The first question is what sort of RAID1 on you...
The first question is what sort of RAID1 on you talking; hardware built-in (using raidctl command) , hardware add-in (using third party software) or software (using meta)?

What hardware is it?...
Forum: Solaris 10-03-2014
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Posted By hicksd8
I found this........... ...
I found this...........

https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/jaunty/sparc/wakeonlan/0.41-10

I don't know whether it's any use to you but it does say "Sparc binary" and has Perl listed as dependency.
...
Forum: Solaris 09-28-2014
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Posted By gull04
Hi, No, the attack does not require the...
Hi,

No, the attack does not require the attacker to have an account. They can make use of the account that is running the service that they attack through.

As an example, if you have a web...
Forum: Solaris 09-27-2014
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Posted By jim mcnamara
Solaris bash vulnerability update
The patch blog has:

https://blogs.oracle.com/patch/entry/solaris_idrs_available_on_mos

information on dealing with bash 'shellshock' vulnerability.
Forum: Solaris 09-26-2014
3,293
Posted By Corona688
If you have perl, the problem is solved. Perhaps...
If you have perl, the problem is solved. Perhaps you could be convinced to check?

I understand your fear of perl requirement madness, but those modules are all standard Perl, nothing weird.
Forum: Solaris 09-26-2014
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Posted By hicksd8
You are all, of course, correct in saying that...
You are all, of course, correct in saying that there is no ip address to aim at if the machine is dead.

A magic packet generator (MPG) takes a MAC address as input and this is why the target...
Forum: Solaris 09-26-2014
3,293
Posted By achenle
If you don't manually enter the magic packet into...
If you don't manually enter the magic packet into /dev/udp each time you want to wake up a machine, you're going to have to install something - whether that's a script your wrote or something...
Forum: Solaris 09-26-2014
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Posted By Corona688
You can't telnet to a machine that's asleep. ...
You can't telnet to a machine that's asleep. Incidental traffic to a "wrong" machine won't work either, a modern switched network won't repeat it to anything else. Only broadcasts go to everyone.
...
Forum: Solaris 09-26-2014
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Posted By achenle
http://pkgs.fedoraproject.org/repo/pkgs/wol/wol-0....
http://pkgs.fedoraproject.org/repo/pkgs/wol/wol-0.7.1.tar.gz/c2fa9d7e771134ac8c89d56b8197d4ca/wol-0.7.1.tar.gz
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 07-24-2014
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Posted By wisecracker
Ah, the AMIGA, (another poem I wrote in 2005).
Well I wrote this in 2005 and uploaded to AMINET.as a commemoration of a machine that is still in use today.
It is now 29 years since this machne came into being. Phenominal and it is still being...
Forum: Solaris 05-27-2014
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Posted By DukeNuke2
I don't know is this is possible... Look at...
I don't know is this is possible... Look at number 10 here for the available options:

http://thegeekdiary.com/17-examples-of-using-solaris-boot-command/
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 05-08-2014
1,694
Posted By cero
Sparc to Sparc should be no problem. A version...
Sparc to Sparc should be no problem.
A version upgrade is pretty common when migrating to a new server. This whitepaper...
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 05-06-2014
1,694
Posted By cero
Sparc and x86 have different endianess. I doubt...
Sparc and x86 have different endianess. I doubt that a filesystem level backup will help you.
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 05-06-2014
1,694
Posted By rbatte1
Assuming that all the data files of the database...
Assuming that all the data files of the database are on the ufsbackup tape, then you should be able to restore on a replacement server. Are you doing this in preference to export/import of the data?...
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 05-06-2014
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Posted By vbe
Yes but you are changing platform... The safest...
Yes but you are changing platform... The safest in this case is to have a full export and copies of controlfiles...
I dont know to what point ufsdump is architecture dependant but an export isnt
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 05-06-2014
1,694
Posted By rbatte1
Was the database idle at the time, i.e. the...
Was the database idle at the time, i.e. the instance was shutdown or the tablespaces were all in backup mode?

When you say broken, do you mean:-
A disk has failed and you can replace it
The...
Forum: UNIX and Linux Applications 05-06-2014
1,694
Posted By vbe
Yes... Do you have the latest full export?
Yes... Do you have the latest full export?
Forum: Solaris 04-23-2014
4,141
Posted By Peasant
Best advice is to use Oracle ASM for Oracle...
Best advice is to use Oracle ASM for Oracle database.

Put REDO in separate asm group on fast disks (SSD).

Other stuff (if using SAN) would be to use as much spindles needed for DATA and ARCH,...
Forum: Solaris 04-23-2014
4,141
Posted By MadeInGermany
The atime is useful for diagnostics and cleanup....
The atime is useful for diagnostics and cleanup. E.g. to decide if a certain file in /var/tmp is still in use.
Not important for the normal operations.
--
The performance junkees in kernel.org...
Forum: Solaris 04-23-2014
4,141
Posted By jim mcnamara
Won't help worth noticing. Probably. Your best...
Won't help worth noticing. Probably. Your best choice is to span physical disks (or on a SAN multiple luns). Example: each table space file is on a separate physical disk. Oracle definitely...
Forum: Solaris 04-23-2014
4,141
Posted By jim mcnamara
We have filesystems set up that way on an older...
We have filesystems set up that way on an older server. This instance uses a lot of LARGE files. Oracle recommends zfs filesystems in some of the newer installation guides. Especially on Sol 10...
Forum: Solaris 03-26-2014
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Posted By rbatte1
I would add to hicksd8 comments that linking the...
I would add to hicksd8 comments that linking the directory will not help. You need to link each individual item.

For example, if you have directory /dir/main and link it to /dir/backup, it will...
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