Memory usage checking and troubleshooting First you’ll need to check how much Memory is used in Kernel and how much is used in User Memory. This is important to decide, what troubleshooting steps are required.
It is usual problem for server to hang in middle of the boot process, when they are configured for NIS and not able to connect to the server while booting. In this case, the first thing that needs to be done is to reconfig the system...
Memory errors are quite common hardware related errors in enterprise environment, here we are going to discuss about two common types of errors ….
Step 1 – Verify where syslogd will log sendmail syslog records to. After a Solaris install you will find following entries in /etc/syslogd.conf:
To find out which systems on the local network are NIS servers, run the following command:
This post outlines the installation sequence of software to enable Fibre Channel (FC) access to storage devices. Also Steps to configure Fibre Channel (FC) storage devices on Solaris 8 & 9 servers.
When trying to copy a file across an NFS mount point the error “Permission denied‘ is reported.
This post explains some of the basic questions and procedures involved in Zone/container creation 1) Where will the Container reside? # mkdir -p /export/zones 2) Configure the Container: Command zonecfg, located in /usr/sbin like all other Zone Commands, is used to configure the Container. The Zone...
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...