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Solaris Troubleshooting : how Solaris assigns controller numbers

In this post I am talking about  some of the observations on  how Solaris determines  the controller numbers Below are 3 common scenarios encountered by customers: 1) A jumpstart is done with nothing but an internal disk and DVD on the system. -Assigns cdrom C0 -Assigns internal fcal...

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Solaris : find command without traversing NFS

The following is the proper syntax to exclude traversal of nfs mounts for the find command # find / -name somefile -print -o -fstype nfs -prune Or, use the following command to exclude traversal of nfs, autofs and cachefs filesystems: # find / -name somefile -print...

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Solaris [ 9 / 10 ]Troubleshooting: Controlling SSH Connections

The sshd daemon that comes with the Solaris 9 & 10 Operating System uses TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) Wrappers (also called “libwrap”) to control access to hosts. (Unlike other systems, Solaris 9 & 10 does not use the OpenSSH keywords “AllowHosts” and “DenyHosts” to permit or...

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Solaris SVM : Disk replacement for Systems With Internal FCAL Drives Under SVM (V280R, V480, V490, V880, V890):

Beginning with Solaris 9 Operating System (OS), Solaris Volume Manager (SVM) software uses a new feature called Device-ID (or DevID), which identifies each disk not only by it’s c#t#d# name, but also by a unique ID generated by the disk’s World Wide Number (WWN), or serial...

 
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