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Solaris Troubleshooting : netstat -a reports connections in the BOUND state

The BOUND state is the state a socket shows after it is created and the ‘bind()’ call is made, but none of the ‘listen()’, ‘accept()’, ‘connect()’ or ‘close()’ calls have been made.  The confusion is that it is not a TCP state, it is a socket...

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Solaris 10 : Service Milestones

They provide a way to group services together. Solaris defines 3 of them (there are others) which roughly relate to the traditional Solaris  runlevels: svc:/milestone/single-user >>> init S svc:/milestone/multi-user >>> init 2 svc:/milestone/multi-user-server >>> init 3 In addition, SMF has two pseudo milestones: none >>> Do...

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Solaris Solstice DiskSuite: recover a metadevice that is in an unstable state OR how to recreate metadevice without losing data

When  a metadevice goes into an undefined state,  recovery of metadevice with meta commands is problematic.   The workaround is to re-create the metadevice after carefully recording the current configuration from metastat -p.   The procedure is a bit risky if not followed carefully, so keep the backup handy....

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Solaris Troubleshooting : Display 3 timestamps ( at, ct, mt) for a file – in solaris

First, an explanation of the time stamps: mtime – time the contents of file was last modified (written to). atime – time the file was last used/accessed (read or executed) ctime – time the inode of the file was last changed (like changing permissions). ctime also...

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