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Forum: Solaris 02-05-2018
770
Posted By os2mac
I believe your issue is mount order. normally nfs...
I believe your issue is mount order. normally nfs is mounted prior to zfs. if you want to create mountpoints to zfs file systems you have to set mountpoint=legacy. and that will force the zfs mount...
Forum: Solaris 01-18-2018
770
Posted By os2mac
So this is a little confusing to me, so I have a...
So this is a little confusing to me, so I have a couple of questions.

#1. are you dual/multi booting on the same machine?
#2. are your home dirs not mounted on export/home?
#3. are you aware of...
Forum: Solaris 12-13-2017
2,191
Posted By os2mac
I've seen this alot. there are a few causes. I'll...
I've seen this alot. there are a few causes. I'll list them in order of occurrence for me.

1. Boot Environments; see beadm list
2. Snapshots; see zfs list -t snapshot
3. extraneous...
692
Posted By os2mac
In Solaris 11, root is defined as a role by...
In Solaris 11, root is defined as a role by default. Meaning you can no longer login as root. You have to login as a user and assume the role to elevate your privs to root.
Forum: Solaris 11-02-2017
967
Posted By os2mac
so I tried the obvious :~$ pfexec beadm destroy...
so I tried the obvious
:~$ pfexec beadm destroy -f solaris-13|yes

but that did not appear to work.

can you give an example of correct usage?

thanks I've never heard of yes before.
Forum: Solaris 11-02-2017
967
Posted By os2mac
Automating old Boot Environment Cleanup Solaris 11
I'm trying to automate the patching process using scripts and cronjobs in Solaris 11.

one of the things I'd like to do is cleanup the old boot environments.

unfortunately

beadm destroy
...
Forum: Solaris 09-11-2017
1,037
Posted By os2mac
it should be noted that the virtual disk service,...
it should be noted that the virtual disk service, virtual switch configurations and virtual console configs are in the LDM config but not part of an individual LDOM export.

you'll have to do ldm...
Forum: Solaris 07-18-2017
1,937
Posted By os2mac
short answer: /etc/pam.conf
short answer: /etc/pam.conf
3,960
Posted By os2mac
This is how you do it in Solaris. :~$ gdate...
This is how you do it in Solaris.

:~$ gdate +%Y%m%d
20170705

:~$ gdate +%Y%m%d -d "-10days"
20170625

here's --help from the util. FYI gdate and date are NOT the same thing.

gdate...
1,333
Posted By os2mac
Don, while I don't doubt your statement on...
Don, while I don't doubt your statement on whatever *nix you use. I've not found this to be the case on Solaris 11. I have several accounts on my systems that don't have lower case letters in their...
642
Posted By os2mac
Not to change the subject, or distract you from...
Not to change the subject, or distract you from conversation at hand. But depending on the OS you are using, and the ability to install you have. You should take a look at the locate command. It's...
Forum: Solaris 06-22-2017
2,762
Posted By os2mac
Just for the record. there is an easier way to do...
Just for the record. there is an easier way to do this.

http://www.timwort.org/sol11tips/Configuring_Sol11_DNS_Client.pdf

the short story is that /etc/resolv.conf and nsswitch.conf are...
Forum: Solaris 06-22-2017
477
Posted By os2mac
if this is Solaris 11. interfaces are handled...
if this is Solaris 11. interfaces are handled differently.

there are two layers, the datalink (dladm) which controls the physical layer and aggregation

and IP layer (ipadm) which controls the...
1,333
Posted By os2mac
FYI, it's creating the user, it's just warning...
FYI, it's creating the user, it's just warning you that you should use a mix of upper and lower case.

go check /etc/passwd
Forum: Solaris 04-13-2017
777
Posted By os2mac
Literally.
Literally.
Forum: Solaris 04-12-2017
2,192
Posted By os2mac
well as man bootadm specifically said NOT to use...
well as man bootadm specifically said NOT to use s2. I would try again with the other installer but not s2.
Forum: Solaris 04-11-2017
2,192
Posted By os2mac
Indeed. ---------- Post updated at 06:31 AM...
Indeed.

---------- Post updated at 06:31 AM ---------- Previous update was at 06:25 AM ----------

So the basic answer here is this, If you are building your zpool with virtual storage (I.E....
2,214
Posted By os2mac
I suspected as much. You have an OS problem not a...
I suspected as much. You have an OS problem not a code problem. Windows and Unix use different end of line characters. You'll need to convert the file in Unix to a windows format before moving it to...
Forum: Solaris 04-11-2017
2,192
Posted By os2mac
have you seen this? How to Create a Mirrored...
have you seen this?

How to Create a Mirrored Root Pool (Post Installation) (https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19253-01/819-5461/gkdep/index.html)
2,214
Posted By os2mac
can we see your sql please? also how are you...
can we see your sql please?

also how are you viewing the output?

vi? emacs? dumping it to a text file and opening it in notepad?
Forum: Solaris 04-05-2017
2,331
Posted By os2mac
PKG repositories
It should be noted that by default pkg points to pkg.oracle.com. If you are familiar with Linux apt-get or yum that point to vendor repositories, this is much the same thing.

if you don't alter...
Forum: Solaris 03-22-2017
1,088
Posted By os2mac
Then you need to upgrade your explorer pkg ...
Then you need to upgrade your explorer pkg


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Does this mean...
735
Posted By os2mac
not to be overly simplistic but are you sure your...
not to be overly simplistic but are you sure your path to grep is /bin/grep?

what's the output of
which grep
Forum: Solaris 03-20-2017
1,088
Posted By os2mac
so if you have the current explorer tools...
so if you have the current explorer tools installed it includes a tool called sneep which does exactly that

# /opt/SUNWsneep
FML010101X
#

if not you can use the eeprom command:

# eeprom...
Forum: Red Hat 03-08-2017
1,209
Posted By os2mac
mode of Directory the key.
I have run across this time and again and it always takes me a while to remember why. Openssh was specifically written to disallow connection if the permissions of .ssh are too open. see Ubuntu's...
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