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dude, he didn't mention anything about nfs,...
dude,

he didn't mention anything about nfs, automapping, or the such. he wanted to know why he was getting different information when he looked in /export/apps and /apps. the answer is simple:...
Forum: IP Networking 03-24-2003
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no they don't, if he has set his router up...
no they don't, if he has set his router up correctly. he has to make sure that if he is NOT using static routes in his router configuration that he is using a routing protocol that supports VLSM,...
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Posted By manderson19
I would start with www.sun.com/bigadmin
I would start with www.sun.com/bigadmin
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it looks as though that portion of the software...
it looks as though that portion of the software didn't load. not sure what version of solaris you are using, but if you don't load the documentation CD you won't get the man pages (even though the...
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Posted By manderson19
read the man pages on ufsdump and ufsrestore....
read the man pages on ufsdump and ufsrestore. this should do it. if not, email me and I'll send you some labs I use in the class room specifically for this purpose.
Forum: Cybersecurity 08-05-2002
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Posted By manderson19
In Solaris, a user can belong to multiple groups:...
In Solaris, a user can belong to multiple groups: 1 primary group and 15 secondary groups by default. However, the number of groups a person can belong to is set by the kernel parameter called...
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Posted By manderson19
try typing "init S" at the command...
try typing "init S" at the command prompt.
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say you have the man pages on host A. From host...
say you have the man pages on host A. From host A, share or export the man pages across the network.

on the other systems, use the mount command to mount the man pages from host A to a mount point...
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Posted By manderson19
whom are you trying to telnet as? if you try to...
whom are you trying to telnet as? if you try to telnet from W2K to a solaris box, it will ask you for a login and a password. You can't use "root" with telnet unless the CONSOLE variable in...
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Posted By manderson19
try: ls -al | sort -rn +4 this does a...
try:

ls -al | sort -rn +4

this does a reverse numerical sort by file size. hope this helps.
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Posted By manderson19
That SUNLITE program: is it free with the desktop...
That SUNLITE program: is it free with the desktop version or the server version? Either way, do you know the packages associated with it? Any help is greatly appreciated. I wasn't aware it was on...
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Posted By manderson19
go to ebay.com and do a search for "solaris." a...
go to ebay.com and do a search for "solaris." a lot of people/companies have sun boxes for sale that are very affordable for home. I picked up a Sun ultra 60 for less that $500.

hope this helps.
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Posted By manderson19
you're sort of playing with fire if you use a...
you're sort of playing with fire if you use a .rhosts file in the users home directory. the preference is to use the /etc/hosts.equiv file, specifying the host and user. that way, only that user from...
Forum: Cybersecurity 05-08-2002
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Posted By manderson19
also check the /etc/services file.
also check the /etc/services file.
Forum: Cybersecurity 05-08-2002
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Posted By manderson19
what operating system? if it is solaris, then you...
what operating system? if it is solaris, then you can set up a specific "role" for the users to use by incorporating RBAC.
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Posted By manderson19
regardless of what you decide, a good ol'...
regardless of what you decide, a good ol' fashioned parsing script placed into the crontab works wonders. completely hands off if done correctly.
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either way, make sure you do it when the least...
either way, make sure you do it when the least amount of people are accessing your server (after business hours). that way, if something goes wrond you have all night to fix it
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Posted By manderson19
does the 28gb partition have data on it? if not,...
does the 28gb partition have data on it? if not, then run the format utility and partition it that way. if so, back up your data using ufsdump, rebuild, then restore the data back using ufsrestore.
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Posted By manderson19
in solaris, make sure you have reconfigured your...
in solaris, make sure you have reconfigured your kernel to "see" the external device by using one of these methods once the device is attached:

1. at the ok prompt: boot -r

2. touch...
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Posted By manderson19
Thanks
I appreciate the help. I guess I should have followed my instincts in assuming that data IS stored in contiguous data blocks.

thanks to all.
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fragments in Solaris 8
When discussing inodes and data blocks, I know Solaris creates these data blocks with a total size of 8192b, divided into eight 1024b "fragments." It stores data in "contiguous" fragments and solaris...
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Posted By manderson19
mount points
sometimes in Solaris 8 when I go to mount filesystems using either the mount command or by editing the /etc/vfstab, i get a nice little error message saying the the number of allowable mount points...
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Posted By manderson19
chown user:group file for example: ...
chown user:group file

for example:

chown tomcat:tomcat file

if tomcat is a directory, you can do a recusive owner change like this:

chown -r user:group file

hope this helps.
Forum: IP Networking 03-11-2002
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Posted By manderson19
first of all, the example you gave is incorrect....
first of all, the example you gave is incorrect. if the first octet of the ip address starts with 192, then it is a class C address, not a class B. This means that the mask is 255.255.255.0 by...
Forum: IP Networking 12-31-2001
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Posted By manderson19
You will need to reconfigure your NIC using the...
You will need to reconfigure your NIC using the "ifconfig" command. If you are unsure about this command, then the man page offers great information.

hope this helps.
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