Category: Solaris How-to

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How to find information related to disk space usage – Solaris

This how-to article discuss about    Displaying Information About File Size and Disk Space  Displaying File Size Information in 1024 Bytes on a System With a ZFS Root File System  Find Large Files from a directory Finding  Files That Exceed a Specified Size Limit   

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Solaris Configuration : Configuring Apache2 under SMF

Why we need install Apache2 under SMF manually, isn’t that configured automatically when we install the package ? Actually, If the Apache 2 ( httpd) server is installed along with the Solaris 10 installation, the SMF entries for Apache 2 are configured by default. However, if...

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System admin Best Practices: Procedure to Install a New Server in a Datacenter and installing the Operating system remotely

Below are the steps commonly followed for the most of the enterprise networks where the data center located remotely and support performs build procedures remotely. 1. Procuring Hardware 2.  Allocate DC space and Racking Hardware 3.  Allocating network ports 4.  Configuring remote consoles 5.  Gather System...

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Solaris : find command without traversing NFS

The following is the proper syntax to exclude traversal of nfs mounts for the find command # find / -name somefile -print -o -fstype nfs -prune Or, use the following command to exclude traversal of nfs, autofs and cachefs filesystems: # find / -name somefile -print...

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7 Ways to find CPU information from Solaris

Traditionally, in Solaris computing world the word CPU refers to a Chip planted on the mother board.   Starting from Solaris10, the term vCPU has been introduced to refer each computing entity, ( CPU Sockets, CPU Cores per Socket or  Hardware Threads per a CPU Core)...

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How to Configure Restricted Shell to a Solaris User

The restricted shell can be used to limit the ability of a user to change directories and execute commands. There are two versions of Restricted Shell included with Solaris: Those are: /usr/bin/rksh   –  Restricted Korn Shell /usr/lib/rsh      –  Restricted Bourne Shell, not a...

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