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Forum: Solaris 1 Day Ago
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Posted By hicksd8
I've read your post a number of times but I still...
I've read your post a number of times but I still don't understand exactly what you are trying to do.

This is all Solaris 10? One global zone (Solaris 10) and seven non-global zones (all Solaris...
Forum: Solaris 1 Week Ago
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Posted By hicksd8
https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19253-01/817-5093/gagb...
https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19253-01/817-5093/gagby/index.html
Forum: Solaris 1 Week Ago
607
Posted By hicksd8
This would be automatic fix -y but -n is NO...
This would be automatic fix -y but -n is NO WRITE.

With those results I would now be inclined to run fsck without either -n or -y and answer the questions as they come. This allows you to CTRL-C...
Forum: Solaris 1 Week Ago
607
Posted By hicksd8
Use the switch: -o b=32 on the command...
Use the switch:

-o b=32

on the command line to use superblock at block=32.
Forum: Solaris 1 Week Ago
607
Posted By hicksd8
Yep, there's another copy of the superblock at...
Yep, there's another copy of the superblock at block=32. (And there will be others).

The search for an alternative superblock failed because you spec'd NO WRITE. So it didn't even try.
Forum: Solaris 1 Week Ago
607
Posted By hicksd8
That's not too bad on face value. There's...
That's not too bad on face value.

There's obviously a superblock located at block=16 but the system maintains other copies at other block locations

AFAIR, you should be able to specify an...
Forum: Solaris 1 Week Ago
607
Posted By hicksd8
Probably a good idea just to do a root filesystem...
Probably a good idea just to do a root filesystem check with a "no write" flag. That way you get to see what damage there is without the risk that it will try to fix it. It will show you the...
Forum: Solaris 1 Week Ago
607
Posted By hicksd8
Well it's complaining about a media error but,...
Well it's complaining about a media error but, sure, it could indeed be a corrupt sector(s) in the middle of a filesystem.

This is, of course, the root filesystem. Is this filesystem UFS or ZFS?...
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Posted By hicksd8
Another thought I've had is this. If you can...
Another thought I've had is this.

If you can afford to you could stop cron from the command line and see if the spikes go away.

If you can't do that (because you need the cron scheduled...
Forum: Solaris 1 Week Ago
607
Posted By hicksd8
Also, from your original post, it shows that...
Also, from your original post, it shows that c1t0d0 is the disk being rebuilt (RESYNCING) and c1t1d0 is running OK.
Forum: Solaris 1 Week Ago
607
Posted By hicksd8
Yes, the onboard raid is hotplug capable but, of...
Yes, the onboard raid is hotplug capable but, of course, you need to be sure that you're pulling the right disk.

With the system down you can pull out and re-seat both of them to try to ensure...
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Posted By hicksd8
So sar as suggested is a good idea because it...
So sar as suggested is a good idea because it might tell you that.
Forum: Solaris 1 Week Ago
607
Posted By hicksd8
Watch for a repeat of resyncing. If it keeps...
Watch for a repeat of resyncing. If it keeps happening something is wrong (probably with one of the disks). You will also see high disk activity on the disk LEDs which might be easier to spot than...
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Posted By hicksd8
sar I agree is a good idea. Does the CPU spike...
sar I agree is a good idea. Does the CPU spike coincide with an I/O spike??

In my experience this is likely to be kernel element feature. For example, are you watching the cron process itself...
Forum: Solaris 1 Week Ago
607
Posted By hicksd8
The Raid controller is not showing no problems,...
The Raid controller is not showing no problems, as you put it.

RESYNCING means that the controller is remirroring the Raid1 disks because of a problem. Depending on the capacity of the Raid1...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 1 Week Ago
479
Posted By hicksd8
I've thought about the Chinese technology...
I've thought about the Chinese technology advances for years especially when the IBM, Microsoft and Google bashers in the USA would recommend that such powerful companies should be fined and/or...
Forum: Programming 3 Weeks Ago
1,163
Posted By hicksd8
It's quite amazing what we can do with a few...
It's quite amazing what we can do with a few pieces of Arduino electronics when we put our minds to it. New products can be created.

I always appreciate people who create "new knowledge" and...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 4 Weeks Ago
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Posted By hicksd8
Congratulations to both winners. Well deserved.
Congratulations to both winners. Well deserved.
Forum: Solaris 4 Weeks Ago
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Posted By hicksd8
I totally agree with MadeInGermany that you...
I totally agree with MadeInGermany that you should check for a firmware/driver update.

Also, if you have a working configuration then that's always a good start since you can compare setting with...
Forum: Solaris 4 Weeks Ago
531
Posted By hicksd8
My first questions are (1) What make/model of...
My first questions are (1) What make/model of storage is it? (2) What make/model of FC cards?

The first place I would be looking is the link configuration(s). The expensive FC cards are highly...
Forum: Hardware 4 Weeks Ago
698
Posted By hicksd8
I hope that you'll post us a video of this thing...
I hope that you'll post us a video of this thing in action when it's done.
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Posted By hicksd8
If you can unplug the ethernet-RS232 adapter from...
If you can unplug the ethernet-RS232 adapter from the display I think I'd be inclined to test the ethernet-RS232 adapter by shorting pins 2 & 3 (is this a DB9 or a DB25 connector) to loop back any...
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Posted By hicksd8
Does the ethernet to serial adapter have a brand...
Does the ethernet to serial adapter have a brand name on it? Often these devices are oem'd from a third party that manufactures the adapters. Also, they are often configured on the LAN using a...
Forum: Programming 12-29-2019
1,561
Posted By hicksd8
Well that's quite a question. I bounced this on...
Well that's quite a question. I bounced this on to a colleague of mine, Paul, to see what he said.

His reply:



I assume that you are not allowed to attach anything to the building?

My...
Forum: Programming 12-27-2019
2,398
Posted By hicksd8
Oh, and I forgot about this heavy stuff: Top...
Oh, and I forgot about this heavy stuff:

Top 100+ Arduino Projects for Engineering Students - Pantech Blog...
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