Category: Solaris 10 Zones & LDOMs

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Solaris 10: Configuring netmasks and default gateway in zones

The command, zonecfg, has no provision for defining the netmask of network resources. Modifying /etc/netmask file resident within the designated zone does not configure the netmask of the new interface. This procedure details how to set the netmask of a network resource within a zone to...

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Deployment and understanding of LDOMS (Logical Domains)

Deployment and understanding of LDOMS (Logical Domains): Ldom technology allows us to allocate a system’s various resources such as memory, CPUs and devices (I/O,Networl interfaces etc) into logical groupings and create multiple, discrete systems each having their own operating system, resources, and identity within a single...

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Solaris10 Troubleshooting Zones : verify the configuration and Troubleshoot zones that fail to boot

Instructions to Verify the Configuration of Non-global Zones: 1. The zonecfg utility creates and modifies the configuration of a zone.  Its subcommand verify can be used to verify the current configuration for correctness: All resources have all of their required properties specified. A zonepath is specified...

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Solaris10 Troubleshooting SMF : Debug Services controlled by Solaris SMF

Solaris 10 Operating System introduced the Service Management Facility (SMF), which manages system services such as daemons. Debugging problems traditionally involves killing and restarting those daemons with debugging options. Under SMF the daemons will be immediately restarted so additional steps need to be taken.    

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Solaris 10 : Troubleshoot the problems while initializing network services

Actual Problem Scenerio Unable to initialize network services right after installing Solaris 10 Operating System(OS). All the network services appear in the state: “uninitialized” in the output of the inetadm command. The vold process also won’t start, so the CDROM will not mount automatically, as autofs...

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How to verify Link Configuring and Vnet Settings on LDOMS

There are two basic components involved in virtual networking for LDoms: Virtual switches and virtual network devices.  The virtual switch should be seen just like a real ethernet switch.  It “runs” in the service domain and moves ethernet packets back and forth. A virtual network device...

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