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I've configured 'audit' service to send the audit logs to a remote log server (by using syslog plugin), which is working fine.
However, there is a problem. audit service also tries to write same information (but in binary format) in /var/audit path.
So, Is there anyway to stop... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: Anti_Evil
In Solaris 10 where to see print logs?
Following is the command I used to give test page.
echo "Michael Ponting - test page_New1" |lpr -P pip-qc3-lki890
pip-qc3-lki890 is print queue name.
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I have a Sun Blade 2500 with SUN 5.9 OS installed. I can ping other machines(windowsXP/2003) from my SUN machines but not able to ping each other SUN machines which i have newly installed. (7 Replies)
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Is there anyway to disable all logs/logging (lastlog, sulog, messages etc.) in Solaris 9&10? I know this is not recommended but i just want to know if this is possible.
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Discussion started by: reddyr
in which file path the veritas volume manager logs will be stored..
in solaris logs will be stored i /var/adm/messages,like this veritas volume manager logs will be stored in which location... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: tv.praveenkumar
Those links might help anyone
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I am new to Sun.
I brought Sun Fire 280R to practice UNIX. What are the requirements for the monitor/CRT? Will it burn out old non-Sun CRTs? Does it need LCD monitor?
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8. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am starting a Computer Science Foundation year at the end of this month and am trying to get a little bit ahead of the game. I have always wanted to learn Unix and am currently struggling with creating a boot disc to run Solaris (I have chosen to study this) from as opposed to... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: Jupiter
Ok I a n00b, not gunna hide it so here goes -
Sun Solaris, V.10 i386 - during the setup, I can choose a screen resolution that looks great with 65k colors and all. However, when all is said and done 4 disks and a reboot later, I get hanious 640x480 @ 256 only.
If I choose the Sun Java Desktop... (20 Replies)
Discussion started by: Spooky