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I am newbies in solaris, hope u guys can help me,
I need to transfer /export/home directory that currently mount at storage and migrate into local disk. may i know the best way to do it?
Thanks (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: Deeo
i am using solaris 10, i am creating user with
useradd -d/home/user -m -s /bin/sh user
user is created with in the following path
/export/home/user (auto mount)
i need the user to be created like this
(/home as default home directory )
useradd -d /home/user -m -s /bin/sh... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: kalyankalyan
I am trying to set quotas on /export/home filesystem for some of our users on a Solaris Zone I know that you would be redirecting me to some of the documentation pages, but I have already done that.
The /export/home on the Zone is a Veritas FS and I cannot see an entry for... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: grajp002
I am new to Solaris, but familiar with Linux. Could you throw some light on the need for /export/home directory in Solaris.
In Linux, the default home directory for a normal user is /home/<username>. If domain concept is implemented, then the /home directory of server will be mounted... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: saagar
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please could someone explain what is /export/home used for ? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: venhart
Thanks for taking the time to read the problem i having outlined below:
Before i go into the problem can you please tell me what the following means?
a. "dt" stands for and what does it means?
1x Unix Server
2x Unix Terminals
(both systems are... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: tlee
i have to need one script:
1. it will capture the unused user accounts in /export/home directory.
2. it will capture the locked user accounts in /export/home directory.
Note: locked accounts will show in /etc/passwd like /bin/false --> (instead of ksh it will show false)
the... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: krishna176
My 2GB /export/home/ directory is almost 100% full
df -k | grep /export/home
/dev/vx/dsk/rootdg/vl73 2031711 1951009 19751 99% /export/home
I intend to relocate it to a different 4GB filesystem late at night when there is no user on the system.
How do I go... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Msororaji