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Filesystem type on Solaris 5.10

How can I get the file system type for each device on Solaris 5.10? I tried mount with no args but that only listed each mount point, similar to df. Also, how can I find where a specific directory ...
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File size :size of content and what is seen different

Assume you have a file 342MB but when you get into that file and look the content of it; you see that everything occupy around 92 MB. No hidden file or any other thing exist on it. How can that be ...
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what is inode for, in FreeBSD or Solaris

I know a little about linux kernel. BUt for Freebsd, the "vnode" actually is similar to the "inode" in Linux kernel. And there is a "inode" concept in FreeBSD or Solaris. So my question is: what is ...
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How to create an FS under SunOS?

So there is a Global Zone, and we need to create an FS on a Zone that's in the Global Zone. Also we need the new FS in a new DG/Volume inside the DG of the Zone (if we see it from the Global Zone). ...
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1answer
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Warnings about read-only filesystems while installing a solaris package

I have a solaris machine that I am trying to install Perl 5.12 as well as gcc and make to get CPAN working. I downloaded the packages from sun freeware, and was able to install gcc. When I tried to ...
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When does UNIX “defrag”? (specifically Solaris)

On Windows, there is Disk Defragmentor that runs every so often to make files contiguous again. I explain this to users in lay-men terms, but at the same time, I would like to mention yet another +1 ...