Category: Solaris Admin

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Solaris 11 – How to Display System Performance Information

Display virtual memory Statistics   You can use the vmstat command to report virtual memory statistics and information about system events such as CPU load, paging, number of context switches, device interrupts, and system calls. The vmstat command can also display statistics on swapping, cache flushing,...

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Solaris 11 – How to Manage Software Packages in Solaris 11

Getting Information About Packages  Use the following commands to retrieve information about packages. No special privileges are needed to run any of these commands. pkg list     The pkg list command tells you whether a package is installed in the current image and whether an update is...

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Solaris 11 – How to manage Solaris Boot Archives

The bootadm command handles the details of boot archive update and verification. During the process of a normal system shutdown, the shutdown process compares the boot archive’s contents with the root file system. If there have been updates to the system such as drivers or configuration...

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Solaris 11 – How to manage Solaris Run Level Scripts

  How to Use a Run Control Script to Stop or Start a Legacy Service Become an administrator Stop the system service. # /etc/init.d/filename stop Restart the system service. # /etc/init.d/filename start Verify that the service has been stopped or started. # pgrep -f service Example 1...

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