By following below steps we can NIS from client, Slave Server and Master Servers
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One of the Sample Issue: Customer frequently sees in /var/adm/messages syslogd: going down on signal 15
This message has nothing to do with a connectivity issue to the target device – it applies when that device has reported back a SCSI status 8 (“busy” status) to the host, and to report back a SCSI status, the target must be able to communicate...
Step 1 – Verify where syslogd will log sendmail syslog records to. After a Solaris install you will find following entries in /etc/syslogd.conf:
Here we discuss about some guidelines on how to proceed if you find a Sun X64 server has unexpectedly powered off. The examples offered may be specific to a particular command or firmware version, are provided to illustrate a troubleshooting concept, and may not apply to...
Here we discuss about how to use ‘ipmitool’ to collect information on platform events, sensors, status LEDs, and hardware components, from the Service Processor (SP). It also covers the use of ipmitool for platform startup & shutdown, and SP reconfiguration.
Below is the Reference to Common Solaris Error Messages and their troubleshooting tips.
1) Check the related logfiles for error messages: /var/dt/Xerrors (note that this file is recycled by dtlogin, especially, it might be empty after dtlogin has been restarted) $HOME/.dt/*log* (startlog, startlog.old, startlog.older, errorlog, errorlog.old, and errorlog.older) /var/adm/messages /var/adm/messages on the home directory server, especially if users with...
Below are the steps are to be performed on the the FTP server (i.e., the system that is being ftp’d to). By default, the FTP server will timeout an inactive session after 15 minutes.