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I have two test machines having solaris 10. I have shared a location which have a package on machine1 and mounted that location onto machine2 as below.
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machine2: mount -F nfs -o rw machine2:/home1/pkg/test /tmp/test
Now, when i am trying to... (8 Replies)
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We are using Veritas Net Backup , I want to create a new policy for backing up the (Solaris Operating System & the file systems) only the OS. not Full backup because we have an other policy for Oracle Apps and it takes full backup for all Partitions.
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Could someone please tell me which filesystems are supported by Solaris?
I am specifically interested in ext2, ext3, and XFS.
Is XFS included in a standard Solaris distro?
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I need to setup several accounts on a solaris system.
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