Category: Solaris Troubleshooting


Memory Management in Solaris (how to repair temporary memory faults)

Memory Management in Solaris (how to repair temporary memory faults) Herein I am trying to present a simple method to recover faulty temporary memory errors for Solaris OS. Below are the steps: A) Check the memory errors/faults via FMA (fault management Administration). Check the errors with...


Solaris Troubleshooting (Magic of Solaris 10) – Root Password Recovery for any Solaris 10 (without CD/DVD).

The most common problem that can be seen in many environment is to recover root password. As commited in my previous post, Herein I will be going to present a New Procedure for Root Password recovery for Solaris 10 without CD/DVD. Below is the detailed procedure...


Solaris Troubleshooting – finding process that is using specific network address and port

Sometimes it is required to find out the process that is running on a specific network port, and one common example is if an application configured to use a specific port which is already bind by some of other process, we should figure out first which...


Solaris Troubleshooting – Recreating /etc/path-to-install

If there are problems with device path creation using a reconfiguration boot, devfsadm, or drvconfig it may be necessary to rebuild the /etc/path_to_inst file to solve the problem. It is possible to easily rebuild the /etc/path_to_inst file gracefully by first making note of the root device,...

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