Category: Solaris How-to

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Are you ready to encounter a complete Datacenter power failure ?

 The role of system administration involves three different responsibilities. 1. Be ready to Prevent the issues which are Expected to Arise 2. Be ready to Resolve the issues which are already Expected but couldn’t prevent from occurring. 3. Be Ready to Resolve the issues which are...

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Enabling SVM in Failsafe and password recovery in Solaris.

In one of our previous post “Solaris Troubleshooting (Magic of Solaris 10) – Root Password Recovery for any Solaris 10 (without CD/DVD)”. We tried to show how to recover system’s root password in Failsafe mode without any media for OS having single disk (i.e native device,...

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Solaris Tips : Check current active boot device, when used in volume manager (SDS / SVM / VxVM)

During regular maintenance It is often a requirement  to us to determine which  disk we actually boot from when the root volume is under volume manager control.   Solaris on SPARC   Sparc with SVM  # prtconf -pv|grep bootpath: bootpath: ‘/sbus@3,0/SUNW,fas@3,8800000/sd@1,0:a’ Sparc with VxVM Root Volume...

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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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