Category: Blog for Unix Admin

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Solaris Troubleshooting : System rebooted … is it Fatal Reset or Red State Exception ?

The unexpected reboots are most often caused by hardware faults and reported by the system as a fatal reset or a red state exception. When errors like these occur, the OS  is abruptly interrupted and can’t continue to log error messages in /var/adm/messages or generate a...

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Solaris – Everything you need to know before you run FSCK

Whenever a file system develops inconsistencies because some unexpected issues, the integrity of the file system needs to be verified.  UNIX has developed a very sophisticated file system integrity check ,fsck utility,  which attempts to verify that all the links and blocks are correctly tied together. This...

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Solaris 10 : Configuring Interprocess communication Parameters

Many system administrators, particularly those managing large database servers, have had difficulty tuning shared memory and semaphore parameters in /etc/system. Often, these difficulties are experienced before starting an application instance. The Solaris 10 Operating System addresses this issue by integrating the System V IPC tunables into...

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