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Solaris Troubleshooting SDS/SVM: How to Replace a Disk which contained Soft Partitions with

When trying to access a soft partition after a disk replacement, the metareplace command or any direct I/O to a soft partition will fail with the following types of errors: In an instance where d68 is the mirror device, and d28 is a soft partition inside one of...

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Solaris Troubleshooting : Display 3 timestamps ( at, ct, mt) for a file – in solaris

First, an explanation of the time stamps: mtime – time the contents of file was last modified (written to). atime – time the file was last used/accessed (read or executed) ctime – time the inode of the file was last changed (like changing permissions). ctime also...

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Solaris 10 : Installing packages/Patches/ Applications in zones

  In the global zone view the SMCsudo and SMCtop packages: cd /export/home/student/zones pkginfo -d sudo-1.6.8p4-sol10-zones-sparc-local application SMCsudo sudo # pkginfo -d top-3.5.1-sol10-zones-sparc-local application SMCtop top # Notice the “false” setting for SUNW_PKG_ALLZONES variable: pkgparam -d sudo-1.6.8p4-sol10-zones-sparc-local SMCsudo SUNW_PKG_ALLZONES false # pkgparam -d top-3.5.1-sol10-zones-sparc-local SMCtop SUNW_PKG_ALLZONES...

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Solaris Troubleshooting : Setting boot-device with luxadm command from booted OS.

This procedure demonstrates how to easily use the “luxadm” command to set the “boot-device” Open Boot Prom (OBP) parameter from a system booted from cdrom or in single user mode. The command will change the “boot-device” setting at the OS level and at the same time, change the “boot-device”...

 
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