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Yes, look at the syslog files to see what error messages from the lp systems are logging. If you need more verbose error information look at the man page for your lpscheduler and find out how to increase the logging level.
The best way I know of to hunt errors and causes of errors is to rely on the logging facilities. You should be able to find out how your system logs for your lpscheduler and mine the logs for clues.
I am not able to find the patching procedure for solaris 10 ( sol10 u11) to latest patchset with sun cluster having failover zones so that same I should follow.
Take an instance, there are sol1 and sol2 nodes and having two failover zones like sozone1-rg and sozone2-rg and currently... (1 Reply)
I am new to sloaris and just instlled the solaris 11.2, i know little more about linux, i open the /boot/grub/grub.cfg in solaris and there is many other entries forl solaris 11.2 one of them is for 'Oracle Solaris 11.2 text console' but at boot grub2 only show the first default entry that... (1 Reply)
I am unable to login into my terminal hosting Solaris 10 and get the below error message
"Server refused to allocate pty
ld.so.1: sh: fatal: libc.so.1: open failed: No such file or directory "
Is there anyways i can get into my machine and what kind of changes are required to be... (7 Replies)
I have compiled my application on Solaris 10 with following description
SunOS ldg1 5.10 Generic_138888-03 sun4v sparc SUNW,Sun-Blade-T6320
The compiler is Sun C++ 5.9 SunOS_sparc Patch 124863-01 2007/07/25
But when installing the application on Solaris 9
SunOS odcarch02 5.9... (2 Replies)