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Is there an easy way (or any way) to determine from a ksh script when a specific zone was shut down? I'm assuming the zone had been running and is now properly shut down in the 'installed' state. Is there a log entry or some other reliable way to find out when the zone had been shut down? (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: kmcgrego
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I was wondering if there was support for Tapatalk or Forum Runner? I tried both, Tapatalk found you guys but it crashes when I try to log in. I log in at the computer no problem (as you can tell) but Tapa refuses to log me in. I even cleared all my tapatalk data and still nothing. Thank you for the... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: JHutson456
I need to find the last system shutdown time. I got a command last that is used for this.But the command is not give the year. Below i posted the sample output
last -x |grep shutdown
shutdown system down 126.96.36.199-server- Tue Jan 11 11:45 - 11:46 (00:00)
shutdown system down ... (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: maruthu
I am using Sunsolaris 10 and System model T1000, I am getting This error and system is not booting .
SC Alert: SC initiating soft host system shutdown due to fault at MB/V_+3V3STBY.
Please provide solution for this.
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Discussion started by: rajasm
Running Solaris 8, Sun Ultra-10 system
during process of checking a crashed hard drive from another system, which I have attached to a good system as a slave 2nd drive....
I ended up with the system in a state where I can not shut it down from the command line. If I try the init 5 or... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: HikerLT
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I need to know how to turn off the beep in my unix environment. I tried with the Common Desktop Environment on solaris but it didn't work. I used to know the environment variable to set but I have forgotten it. (1 Reply)
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i have a perl script that i want win98 to run evry time at boot.
where should i get it up in windows to do that ??? without using task manager. (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: perleo
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I've never been on a Unix machine so please be easy on me!!!
I need to create a step by step process for the Unix start up and shut down process.
Thanks for any help in advance. (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: chaughney