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Can you please suggest what is the command of all the filesystems which are mounted at the server.
Pokhraj Das (1 Reply)
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i might not be posting my question in the right place because i don't know where to post questions
my question is like this
i created a partition named 'var' in the SOLARIS os .,and then i knowingly mounted it on /var ..now after doing this am not able to login to my... (4 Replies)
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I have some filesystem which is nfs mounted and shared to other servers.
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server name where filesystem is shared = sharedserver1 and sharedserver2
filesystem which is shared = /filesystem1
when i am checking utilization by... (1 Reply)
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In my Solaris 10 based server, I have noticed the following mounts when a use DF -K
/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 5062414 3213876 1797914 65% /
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