15/11/2017 14:54
what we need to get unix solaris system admin job

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10/11/2017 14:54
I've been trying to use the network interface on an installed sunswift sbus card instead of the sparc onboard interface, but local-mac-address? true is ignored by the OS, which returns the same MAC for both interfaces (at least it does if I boot a 2.6 cdrom in single user mode).
The machine is an LX. Has anyone seen this before? It doesn't happen on an Ultra 60.
Phil

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05/11/2017 14:54
Hi, The server was not able to connect to the network. When arp -a was issued, the response from the server was very slow and initially the Mac address of the gateway was blank. When arp -a re-issued, the gateway entry was not listed. After I did a reboot of the server, the gateway entry is back in the arp table.
Is there a way to investigate why the arp table lost its data so as to prevent future occurrence? Server: E4500 OS: Solaris 8 Thanks in advance.

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01/11/2017 14:54
On 16 Dec 2003 12:01:24 GMT, Guy Polis is a Proud Gay Male <Cypherfart@nyc.rr.com> wrote: BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! People will soon (if they haven't already) get tired of checking header records every time they see one of 'your' posts. Then you'll simply be ignored. So whose butt is getting kicked, jew cunt? Shouldn't you be kvetching to Tiscali, assahollah? How many years have you been kvetching at them now? Two, is it? Or have you finally realised (duh) that.... read more

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25/10/2017 14:54
When I installed Solaris 10 build 69 on an Ultra 2 the other day, a few things were broken after the reboot. There were lots of RPC errors in the logs, mainly `could not register'. The automount daemon isn't running. Likewise, the rstat daemon. `svcs -x' shows lots of services in maintenance mode. What could be wrong? Here are the first batch of errors from /var/adm/messages: Nov 3 02:08:42 celano ipf: [ID 774698 kern.info] IP Filter: v4.0beta18, running.
Nov 3 02:09:01 cel.... read more

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20/10/2017 14:54
http://news.com.com/8301-10784_3-9729019-7.html http://news.com.com/Torvalds+Solaris+could+nudge+Linux+to+GPL+3/2100-...
http://tinyurl.com/26cuhf If Sun really is going to release OpenSolaris under GPL 3, that may be a good reason to move Linux to the new license, Torvalds said in a posting to the Linux kernel mailing list on Sunday. I don't think the GPL 3 is as good a license as (GPL) 2, but on the other hand, I'm pragmatic, and if we can avoid having two kernels with two different li.... read more

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15/10/2017 14:54
In my job I'm using Veritas NetBackup 4.5. Is there any way to issue a command to see idle slots in Sun StorEdge L100 robot ?

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10/10/2017 14:54
Hello, We have a V880 with 32G RAM, 8*1.2GHz. We run a web-application and Oracle. We have loads of external disks to have the different oracle files on.
Recently we ran a load test with real users. The test ran between 13:30 and 13:50. The machine seemed to severly clog up at 13:35, the web application got slow and started producing error messages.
The long run-queue would indicate that the machine is short of processor power. However, the run queue grows exacly as the swap disk starts getting .... read more

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05/10/2017 14:54
The Sun Update Manager GUI on my Solaris 10/x86 box lists 29 Available Updates which are set to be installed on next restart. However, the listed Update IDs are identical to the Installed Revision of the patches.
Running smpatch analyze only lists one patch (which I don't want to reinstall because it stops my system booting :-) So which tool is right? How do I fix the other tool? Cheers, Chris

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01/10/2017 14:54
Hi All, I am asking very basic question, i am unable to find actually proper answer, My question is what is the concept of x86, X windows.
SunOS working on SPARC AND Intel processor.
Thanks in Advcance.

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25/09/2017 14:54
Hello All With debian based distributions there is apticron which advises if there is any patches needing to be implemented. FreeBSD has portaudit, is there something similar for Solaris? Many Thanks Steve P

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20/09/2017 14:54
This might interest some. A beta of StarOffice 9 was made available on 17th July and runs for a month.
The FAQ fails to answer one obvious question - does the software stop running at the end of the beta or not. It tells you the beta period ends after a month, but that is not the same as saying whether the software stops working or not. (Yes, I do know how to use the 'date' command, but one would think they would put such information there.) Anyway, for those interested, see: http:/.... read more

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15/09/2017 14:54
I install Solaris 10(X86) u3 on VMWare 6.0, and when use Solaris Management Console to view avaliable disks, SMC prompt a error message box with message Attempt to get a list of all Disks failed with unexpected CIM error: CIM_ERR_FAILED. .

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05/09/2017 14:54
ALL : The Desktop Publishing software Scribus is available for testing from : http://www.blastwave.org/testing/index.html The x86/AMD64 package is still being worked on.
Stay tuned to further updates and feel free to discuss your testing on the mail lists at : https://lists.blastwave.org/mailman/listinfo/users Dennis Clarke

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01/09/2017 14:54
hi all, i am facing problem installing webalizer. when i initiate the ./configure its ok but when i :- make the file i get the following error: bash-2.05# ./configure loading cache ./config.cache checking for gcc... (cached) gcc checking whether the C compiler (gcc ) works... yes checking whether the C compiler (gcc ) is a cross-compiler... no checking whether we are using GNU C... (cached) yes checking whether gcc accepts -g... (cached) yes checking whether ln -s works... (cached) yes check.... read more

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