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Solaris Troubleshooting : Memory usage checking and troubleshooting

First you’ll need to check  how much Memory is used in Kernel and how much is used in User Memory. This is important to decide, what troubleshooting steps are required. A nice mdb dcmd ( this command can take several minutes to complete, and you have...

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SAN Storage Configuration – Solaris 10 with native multipathing and veritas volume manager

  Here you go with the procedure to configure SAN ( EMC ) storage with native multipathing and veritas volume manager. You dont need to go with complete procedure in a single read, because it has different tasks involved and the procedure was well implemented on...

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How to collect crash dump for solaris x-86 arch servers.

How to collect crash dump for solaris x-86 arch servers. Sometimes your System crashed/paniced all of a sudden and you will see there will not be any crash dump files created for analysis. But Vendor always require system dump files to analyze the server to provide...

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Using "asr-disable" to disable PCI slots from OK prompt – Servers V440 or V490

System Administrators encounter frequent issues with onboard PCI slots after the maintenance operations like the OS upgrades, patch installations and firmware upgrades. And often it will leave us in a situation that we couldn’t  boot up the machine, because of the issues to recognize PCI slots after...

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Creation of a Hardware Mirrored Volume in Solaris Servers.

Creation of a Hardware Mirrored Volume in Solaris Servers: 1.) Verify which hard drive corresponds with which logical device name and physical device name, using the raidctl command: # raidctl Controller: 1 Disk: 0.0.0 Disk: 0.1.0 Disk: 0.2.0 Disk: 0.3.0 Disk: 0.4.0 Disk: 0.5.0 Disk: 0.6.0...

 
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