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

Yogesh Raheja

Yogesh working as a Consultant in Unix Engineering by profession. And he has multiple years experience in Solaris, Linux , AIX and Veritas Administration. He has been certified for SCSA9, SCSA10, SCNA10, VXVM, VCS, ITILv3. He is very much passionate about sharing his knowledge with others. Specialties: Expertize in Unix/Solaris Server, Linux (RHEL), AIX, Veritas Volume Manager, ZFS, Liveupgrades, Storage Migrations, Cluster deployment (VCS and HACMP) and administration and upgrade on Banking, Telecom, IT Infrastructure, and Hosting Services.

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  1. Karn says:

    /usr/bin/echo apic_kmdb_on_nmi/X | mdb -kw
    ;

    /usr/bin/echo apic_kmdb_on_nmi/w1 | mdb -kw

    cd /etc/init.d/ ; echo ” /usr/bin/echo apic_kmdb_on_nmi/w1 | mdb -kw ” > nmi

    chmod 744 nmi ; chown root:sys nmi; ln nmi /etc/rc3.d/S85nmi

    ls -li nmi ; ls -li /etc/rc3.d/S85nmi
    … I do this way do we really need entry in “system” file in solaris 10 while doing via mdb :)

  2. Ramdev says:

    Karn, Thanks for sharing alternative way.

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