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I issue the following command to create a boot instance from an active boot instance on solaris 11.1.
beadm create -a -d "Oracle x86 64 BIT Solaris SunOS Rel 5.11 Ver 11.1 10/2012 Enable SSH " OraSolBcp
I get the following error below;-
be_mount_callback: failed to mount dataset... (5 Replies)
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I’m setting up a boot disk mirror on Solaris 10 x86. I’m used to doing it on SPARC, where you can copy the partition table using fmthard. My x86 boot disk has 2 primary partitions, a Solaris one and a diagnostic one. Is there a way to copy those 2 primary partitions to the second disk without... (6 Replies)
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This command displays a message. I don't want it to. How can I keep RCS from doing so? (5 Replies)
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I am using a Solaris 5.10 with patch level 10/08.
Here /etc/dfs/sharetab is listed as a file system with "df -k" as below:
#df -k /etc/dfs/sharetab
Filesystem kbytes used avail capacity Mounted on
sharefs 0 0 0 0% /etc/dfs/sharetab
What is "sharefs"? This is not present in my other... (6 Replies)
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Hi folks, I was trying to setup Network based NFS installation with PXE.
I'm using virtual box for this purpose. I have one redhat (DHCP) server and Solaris 10 (Install server - Source) and on the other one am trying to install solaris using PXE. As in, dhcp address and boot file can be fetched... (2 Replies)
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I have been trying to create a banner/login message (something for displaying the usage policy etc) to appear while I login using telnet/FTP to any Solaris (pref. Solaris9) machine. I have tried using /etc/issue and /etc/motd files. Both do not solve my need. In that, /etc/issue displays... (8 Replies)
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can any one tell me how to create integer random no between 10 to 40 in C language.When i m using random() or rand() functions they r creting some
long int which is not required (5 Replies)
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I'm new to Unix so please bear with me.
We had a Ultra 10 running solaris 8 and the motherboard went. So we bought a replacement Ultra 10 on ebay. Exact same hardware. Swapped out the drives with our drives and booted. The new system was set up to boot off disk1 and ours were set to boot off... (1 Reply)
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