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Forum: Solaris 10-23-2013
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Posted By DukeNuke2
Have you tried to read the logadm man page?
Have you tried to read the logadm man page?
Forum: Solaris 09-26-2013
910
Posted By bitlord
Getting Solaris to work with an LDAP server, much...
Getting Solaris to work with an LDAP server, much less Active directory is a real pain. So just don't go there. I would use Thunderbird as your mail client. It can pull email from exchange just like...
Forum: Solaris 09-26-2013
910
Posted By bitlord
We had this working on SUN thin client...
We had this working on SUN thin client workstations. So yes would use it on production systems.
Forum: Solaris 09-25-2013
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Posted By DukeNuke2
Open a service request with Oracle and let them...
Open a service request with Oracle and let them check the machine.
Forum: Solaris 09-05-2013
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Posted By GP81
On Solaris machine check if sshd is running: ...
On Solaris machine check if sshd is running:

svcs -p /network/ssh
If it is disabled then you must enable it

svcadm enable /network/ssh
If you still have problem, then check...
Forum: Solaris 05-28-2013
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Posted By jlliagre
There is no point insisting trying to fix the...
There is no point insisting trying to fix the consequences while ignoring the root cause(s). If you really can't manage the hierarchy of service dependencies and if your server has no critical...
Forum: Solaris 04-30-2013
7,473
Posted By hicksd8
Yep, that looks okay if the system will let you...
Yep, that looks okay if the system will let you do that whilst it's multi-user.

Otherwise resort to single user.

I think that ought to fix it.
Forum: Solaris 04-30-2013
7,473
Posted By hicksd8
Strange! What version of Solaris is this exactly?...
Strange! What version of Solaris is this exactly?

Is this old enough to still have a boot archive?

Scratching head!

---------- Post updated at 01:43 PM ---------- Previous update was at...
Forum: Solaris 04-30-2013
7,473
Posted By hicksd8
Did you see the link I posted in #10? Any...
Did you see the link I posted in #10?

Any good?
Forum: Solaris 04-30-2013
7,473
Posted By hicksd8
This may be a silly question but since you know...
This may be a silly question but since you know which 'device' it is, why don't you manually remove the device node yourself from /dev/rdsk, /dev/dsk and /dev/cfg?

If it won't let you do that...
Forum: Solaris 04-30-2013
7,473
Posted By hicksd8
As per my post, you need to remove from /dev/cfg...
As per my post, you need to remove from /dev/cfg too.

You need to remove the device node from all three directories.

You may need to use 'rm -f' if it won't go.
Forum: Solaris 04-30-2013
7,473
Posted By hicksd8
If you have other LUN's on c2 then you'll need to...
If you have other LUN's on c2 then you'll need to (in single user)

rm -r /a/dev/cfg/c2

then

devfsadm -r /a -p /a/etc/path_to_inst

to write the devices you still need back.
...
Forum: Solaris 03-27-2009
16,100
Posted By jlliagre
The issue isn't related to your java application...
The issue isn't related to your java application leaking heap memory.

What I suspect is the java application creating huge files that would stay the /tmp directory. The "Page cache" is reporting...
Forum: Solaris 04-21-2013
1,534
Posted By DukeNuke2
this link might be usefull to find commands in...
this link might be usefull to find commands in different operating systems... nothing in it for this case, but you never know what you might need ;)

Rosetta Stone for Unix...
Forum: Solaris 04-18-2013
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Posted By jlliagre
Have a look at the server configuration files.
Have a look at the server configuration files.
Forum: Solaris 12-06-2012
7,855
Posted By jlliagre
Don't use top on Solaris. It is not delivered...
Don't use top on Solaris. It is not delivered with the OS and might report bogus or inaccurate data.

Use vmstat 2 2 to get free virtual and physical memory.
Use prstat -Z to get per process and...
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Posted By Yoda
for d in /dir1 /dir2 /dir3 df -h "$d" |...
for d in /dir1 /dir2 /dir3
df -h "$d" | tail -1
done >> "${DAT}_disk_usage.out"
Forum: Solaris 02-11-2013
1,424
Posted By fpmurphy
Is there a specific reason why you want to use...
Is there a specific reason why you want to use tcsh? Most system administrators have long moved on from using csh or tcsh.
Forum: Solaris 01-15-2013
2,868
Posted By hicksd8
Power cycling might make progress. This recent...
Power cycling might make progress. This recent thread may also help....

https://www.unix.com/emergency-unix-linux-support-help-me/209975-solaris-not-able-access-e2900-console.html
Forum: Solaris 01-20-2013
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Posted By DukeNuke2
Let me google that for you (http://bit.ly/VEwvBX)
Let me google that for you (http://bit.ly/VEwvBX)
Forum: Solaris 01-07-2013
6,515
Posted By Peasant
I have not tried, but why not virtualize solaris...
I have not tried, but why not virtualize solaris 11 on Mac or Win 7 ?

That way you will not encounter potential problem with hardware and have much wider test environment to play with, meaning you...
Forum: Solaris 01-07-2013
6,515
Posted By Scott
OS X handles the display to ensure the best user...
OS X handles the display to ensure the best user experience (i.e. that things can benefit from the extra resolution without making fonts, etc. unreadable). Solaris, obviously, won't do this, so the...
Forum: Solaris 01-06-2013
1,596
Posted By bryanNJ
Brainstorming a bit here.. Check the cron...
Brainstorming a bit here..

Check the cron tables on each system as well, just to see what the prior admins have tried to automate (system admin related or application related)..

I'd also verify...
Forum: Solaris 01-06-2013
1,596
Posted By Scrutinizer
Also maybe: Try to track documentation...
Also maybe:


Try to track documentation and if possible reports of past changes and logs, if not available, see if you can interview past admins. It is really nice to be confident that systems...
Forum: Solaris 01-06-2013
1,596
Posted By bartus11
You should also get some information on what kind...
You should also get some information on what kind of applications are running there and which servers are critical - so they should be handled first.
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