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Forum: Red Hat 05-26-2011
6,330
Posted By Sun Fire
It can be done without a reboot by extending the...
It can be done without a reboot by extending the logical volume, but I really recommend a full backup (tested) before you do this activitiy on a production machine
Forum: Solaris 05-25-2011
3,536
Posted By Sun Fire
I don't know, it looks fine to me now. Maybe you...
I don't know, it looks fine to me now. Maybe you didn't reboot after patching the system ?

It looks fine now :)
Forum: Solaris 05-25-2011
1,170
Posted By Sun Fire
yes you can use either usfdump or tar, both will...
yes you can use either usfdump or tar, both will work fine
Forum: Solaris 05-25-2011
3,536
Posted By Sun Fire
what's the output of "ls -l /dev/rmt/* " ...
what's the output of "ls -l /dev/rmt/* "


did you try this command "devfsadm" ?
Forum: Solaris 05-25-2011
3,264
Posted By Sun Fire
if you took the backup using "ufsdump", then use...
if you took the backup using "ufsdump", then use "ufsrestore -ivf" for interactive restore, where you can browse the contents


if you took the backup using "tar", use the "tvf" options to see the...
Forum: Solaris 05-25-2011
3,264
Posted By Sun Fire
Whenever I try to restore a root file system on...
Whenever I try to restore a root file system on multi-user mode, I get links error
Forum: Red Hat 05-25-2011
6,330
Posted By Sun Fire
I think you have free 16 GB on /dev/sdc ...
I think you have free 16 GB on /dev/sdc



root@jdcbpeltst6 ~]# fdisk -l
.
.
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Disk /dev/sdc: 16.1 GB, 16106127360 bytes
64 heads, 32 sectors/track, 15360 cylinders
Units = cylinders of...
Forum: Red Hat 05-25-2011
2,560
Posted By Sun Fire
I recommend you take a full backup before you do...
I recommend you take a full backup before you do such activity, just in case.
Forum: Solaris 05-25-2011
3,264
Posted By Sun Fire
and make sure you restore in single user mode
and make sure you restore in single user mode
Forum: Solaris 05-25-2011
9,886
Posted By Sun Fire
I think this happens when I upgrade the patches...
I think this happens when I upgrade the patches using the Feb/2011 EIS DVD. It replaces the IPMI tool package then this message starts to appear.

I don't know my way around this tool, but this...
Forum: Solaris 05-22-2011
9,886
Posted By Sun Fire
Actually I have not only resetsc, but I have also...
Actually I have not only resetsc, but I have also upgraded the entire firmware. I'm still getting the error message repeatedly
Forum: Solaris 05-22-2011
9,886
Posted By Sun Fire
SunFire T2000 ipmievd error
I'm running Solaris 10 (09/10) on Sun Fire T2000.

This error message is logged repeatedly in /var/adm/messages:


May 22 10:40:33 EBDW01 last message repeated 25 times
May 22 10:40:36 EBDW01...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 05-05-2011
1,904
Posted By Sun Fire
Can't stop laughing LOOOOOOL
Can't stop laughing LOOOOOOL
4,502
Posted By Sun Fire
As long as this Ip address "10.91.44.29" & this...
As long as this Ip address "10.91.44.29" & this hostname "station1.example.com" , then yes that's how it's supposed to look.
Forum: Solaris 12-13-2010
3,543
Posted By Sun Fire
E6900 domain hanging
SC Version: 5.19.3 Build_01
Version build: 1.0
Version String: 5.19.3
RTOS version: 45

when I do "showkeyswtich"
Domain A keyswitch is : on
Domain B keyswitch is : on
Domain C keyswitch is :...
Forum: Solaris 09-23-2010
2,353
Posted By Sun Fire
that's very possible, we have lots of issues....
that's very possible, we have lots of issues. They can't read the new types of DVDs.
Forum: Solaris 09-23-2010
5,239
Posted By Sun Fire
who's the SAN vendor ? I recently faced a...
who's the SAN vendor ?

I recently faced a similar problem with HP storage and stms on Solaris. There're some known issues.
Forum: Solaris 09-23-2010
3,858
Posted By Sun Fire
I think it's difficult because the file system is...
I think it's difficult because the file system is mounted on a raw partition.


to increase it, you should add a new hard drive (or partition), then you need to create a device (with SVM for...
Forum: Solaris 09-23-2010
2,809
Posted By Sun Fire
Can you please tell us the operating system...
Can you please tell us the operating system version ?

# uname -a



To see the hard disks you have (if it's Solaris ), execute:

# format



Then execute this command to know the hard...
Forum: Solaris 09-17-2010
5,148
Posted By Sun Fire
If you are trying to set an IP address then you...
If you are trying to set an IP address then you shoud first issue "add net".

For example:


zonecfg:z1> add net
zonecfg:z1:net> set physical=hme0
zonecfg:z1:net> set address=192.168.1.20...
Forum: Solaris 09-17-2010
102,844
Posted By Sun Fire
The first machine is Sun Enterprise T1000 ...
The first machine is Sun Enterprise T1000

CPU family/model = 1.0 GHz UltraSPARC T1 processor

Cache memory, find it here: Sun SPARC Enterprise T1000 Server - Technical Specifications...
4,104
Posted By Sun Fire
on the left side of PuTTY, choose "windows" the...
on the left side of PuTTY, choose "windows" the click on "apperance" , "colors" to customize.
Forum: Solaris 09-17-2010
102,844
Posted By Sun Fire
This give you all CPU information #...
This give you all CPU information


# /usr/platform/`uname -m`/sbin/prtdiag -v


if the machine is SPARC then the vendor is Sun Microsystems
Forum: Solaris 09-15-2010
1,467
Posted By Sun Fire
did you try "svcs -xv" ? is there any problem...
did you try "svcs -xv" ? is there any problem with the cron service ?

is there any message related to cron under /var/adm/messages ?
Forum: Red Hat 09-15-2010
2,246
Posted By Sun Fire
Sorry, I misunderstood the question, so I had to...
Sorry, I misunderstood the question, so I had to remove my reply not to confuse anybody in the future.
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