Solaris is a Unix operating system originally developed by Sun Microsystems (currently owned by Oracle) as a rebranding of SunOS 4.1.x in 1991.

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is there a way for solaris system to get every single piece of info of disks?

the project currently i am working on require me that fetch all info installed in the system, like total capacity, form factor, ssd or hdd, rotational speed, interface type, etc. i searched a lot and ...
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Add Solaris utf-8 support for Postgresql

I need to use utf-8, but "locale -a" produces: C POSIX iso_8859_1 the os is: SunOS cteraportal 5.11 NexentaOS_134f i86pc i386 i86pc Solaris Additional info: root@cteraportal:~# dpkg -l locales ...
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ZFS swap vdev space accounting

I am on an OpenSolaris system with ZFS on it. I am trying to determine the exact space usage and/or reserved space for the swap vdev. root@storage:~# zfs list NAME USED AVAIL ...
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guest owns NIC, host and other guests access via NAT

OK, this is a bit complicated. On my host OS, when Guest1 is running, I want any incoming connections to go to guest1. So from the outside the system looks like guest1. But I still need to access ...
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Why the grep result depends on folder path? [duplicate]

I meet a strange phenomenom when using grep on Solaris 10: I try to use grep to find creat related DTrace probes. When in a folder (/data1/nan), it works OK: bash-3.2# pwd /data1/nan bash-3.2# ...
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FreeBSD is not Unix. But its Unix-Like Unix. Where is then the main Unix to read the source code?

I want to really understand System V, the main origin of Unix (not Unix-like nor modified Unix to Linux). The main origin which is very confusing and not really with care its written somewhere. Is it ...
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Mount Solaris Partition in Linux

I have a USB disk which when connected to a CentOS 6.5 system shows this as the output in fdisk -l. Disk /dev/sdn: 2000.4 GB, 2000398934016 bytes 255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 243201 cylinders Units = ...
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How to install software in solaris?

How do I install NetBackUp software in solaris? I'm learning the software and I need to install and practice using it.
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Problem installing software in UNIX (Sun Solaris)

I am new to UNIX. I have some software which need to be installed in UNIX. I have below the list of OS provided by a third party software provider. Can anyone help me out: which OS Software will be ...
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ZFS backup advice with another server

I currently have two servers both have the exact same hardware, disks, etc. One server (server1) is going to be the "main" server. It's basically a server with raidz2 that has SMB shares on it that ...
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What is the correct way to upgrade 7zip on Solaris 10?

I currently have an old old version of 7zip installed (4.55 beta) on Solaris 10. It is located in /usr/bin/7z. Found using which 7z I have downloaded a new version 9.20.1. The README says to edit the ...
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Equivalent of date --reference in Solaris

The GNU implementation of the date command has a nice feature to show the date of the last modification of a reference file. Then using the +FORMAT parameter it's easy to get the date in any format, ...
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X11 confusion with windows/solaris/windows config

I am struggling with X11 forwarding .... I use a Windows 7 laptop to Putty onto a Sun T2000 running Solaris 10. I have got ssh -> X11 -> X11 Forwarding ticked but nothing in the the X display ...
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Solaris 11: Accessing a pool on disk from live DVD?

I made a rather bad mistake while playing around with Solaris 11, which has left me locked-out. I accidently changed the first character of my username in /etc/passwd, and the "new" username is not ...
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Getting ZFS to list the physical disks in a zpool

Should be easy .... zpool status -l rpool or zpool status -v or so I thought . My issue is we're running Solaris 10 on a HP DL380 G5 and I suspect the non native hardware is confusing things. We ...
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How can I continue past this point in installing Solaris 11 under VMware Fusion 5.0.4 on Mavericks?

I have a Mac running VMware Fusion 5.0.4 on OSX Mavericks, and I do not seem to be able to get past a certain point on installation on either of two installers I tried. A (text) window comes up, ...
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capture log of ufsdump when backup to stdout

I am backing a file system with ufsdump. In order to gain space in the remote file system I backup to stdout then pipe the output to compress. I find is more efficient that backuping up and then ...
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Difference between “/export/home” and “/home”

In our UNIX machine my home path looks like /home/<userid> and we have another batch user whose home looks like /export/home/<userid> I want to know whats the difference between ...
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DNS configuration in Solaris 10

Am a noob in Solaris, trying to learn Solaris and FreeBSD in best possible way. Kindly guide me accordingly. Am trying to create DNS server on Solaris 10 in VirtualBox. Steps which I did. Step I ...
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Variable scope in while-read-loop on Solaris

Could someone please explain to me why my while loop seems to have an internal scope? I've seen multiple explanations online but they all have to do with pipes. My code has none. The code: ...
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ZFS ACL (NFS4 ACL)

I'm using Openindiana (Solaris 10) containers and I want to let users upload web content over sftp I'v managed to setup internal-sftp of openssh and lock user under web root. All the files under web ...
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Network bandwidth measurement on Solaris

I want to install pathtest or a program like it in a Sparc server running solaris 10. The purpose is to make a speedtest server to my remote sites. It is mentioned in pathtest FAQ that it only ...
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Webserver on Solaris 10 + zones. How to do it properly?

I have 1 real IP and many websites. Initial idea was to separate each website into it's own exclusive-ip (vnic) non-global zone. MySQL server have it's own non-global zone. Question is: what is the ...
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Why apache binaries built with gcc 64-bits are mixed 32 and 64 bits?

On Solaris 10 I built gcc 4.9.0 for 64 bit. At least I thought I did. I'm building an Apache based stack, and other prerequisite tools. If I build apache file shows a 64bit httpd: file ...
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How can I make PuTTY compatible with Solaris?

I'm connecting to a Solaris machine from WinXP using PuTTY. When I try to use the NumPad keys for editing a command in Bash (Home, End, Delete) a ~ character is instead printed to the console. ...
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Solaris Home/End keys not working like Debian / Ubuntu

I'm using putty for connecting to a solaris system. I'm just a user (no root access). All what I know about the system is Oracle Corporation SunOS 5.11 11.1 January 2014 My ...
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Disk busy is close to 100% and iowait is 0,0% on SunOS, how can it be possible?

During monitoring of SunOS5.10 machine I noticed strange behavior: Disk busy is close to 100% Disk waiting time is 0,0% Primary purpose of this machine is running application server on jvm. This ...
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Delete n minutes old file in solaris

Can some one please tell me how to delete n minutes old files in Solaris? My find does not -mmin option.
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How can I check what version of the VI editor I have?

How can I check what version of the vi editor I have? What's the best way to upgrade it or install vim on Solaris?
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Unable to mount a UFS filesystem from Sparc Solaris to x86_64 Linux

I have a requirement to copy a very large amount of data from a Solaris 9 (Sparc) system to a SLES11 (x84_64) system. The Solaris system is quite old, and transferring the data over the network will ...
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iostat error counters on Solaris

In a Solaris system i use iostat -E and kstat to identify faulted disks. My problem is that I don't know if the problem is on disk, on controller, on bus or on the filesystem layer (ZFS). The key is ...
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“NFS <server> not responding still trying” error timestamp

Sometime while my putty session is connected to server, it gets this NFS error. Note the server is Solaris 11 based. NFS server <server> not responding still trying NFS server <server> ...
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How to get the hostname along with the domain name?

In unix (Solaris) is there any command that returns the hostname and domain name together? For instance: hostname -> servername domainname -> us.xyz.com I need : servername.us.xyz.com
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ZFS datasets attribute inheritance

I have a ZFS filesystem on a Solaris system. In one pool I have an ISCSI share and an NFS share. zfs list tank 1,01G 2,88G 24,0K /tank tank/nfs 24,0K 2,88G ...
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uname and Solaris versions in 5.11

I'm trying to adapt some scripts that run under Solaris 5.10 to 5.11. Solaris changed their OS upgrade method, and you no longer install individual patches. The script displays the version numbers so ...
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Simulate the remote host identification warning [duplicate]

I need to simulate the warning: @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ @ WARNING: REMOTE HOST IDENTIFICATION HAS CHANGED! @ @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ IT IS POSSIBLE THAT SOMEONE IS DOING ...
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Return code is always 0 after running echo “\$ macroName ” | ftp -i mymachine

I cannot seem to retrieve a non-zero return code when calling the ftp macro. It doesn't matter what errors are encountered during the ftp macro execution e.g. directory doesn't exist, file doesn't ...
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What process is accessing a mounted filesystem sporadically?

I have a Solaris 10 server with autofs-mounted home dirs. On one server they are not unmounted after the 10 min timeout period. We've got AUTOMOUNT_TIMEOUT=600 in /etc/default/autofs, I ran automount ...
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update openssh and openssl on solaris

I got a nexenta system, I updated openssl to 1.0.1j, which I compiled from source code. I updated openssh to 6.7, from source code as well, and I get this: root@cteraportal:/root# openssl version ...
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Will a shell script execute in Solaris? if not, which is the fastest way to make it compatible

I have written a shell script with #!/bin/sh shebang. I've heard that it won't work alongside with Solaris. And that I have to write a korn shell script. But in one of the threads an individual ...
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What is the meaning of every column when executing psig command?

I try to use psig command to track signal dispositions of a process on Solaris: bash-3.2# psig 3109 3109: bash HUP caught termsig_sighandler 0 ...
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Solaris disk failed, how to remove it?

I have a system with Solaris 10. One of the internal disks is broken: c0t0d0s2 auto:sliced rootdisk1_1 rootdg online c0t0d0s2 - c0t1d0s2 auto - ...
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getting system level error in solaris system

I am getting below errors, what does it means? Oct 19 01:02:25 amra02 scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING: /pci@7c,0/pci10de,377@f/pci1077,142@0/fp@0,0/disk@w5006016841e00513,0 (sd6): Oct 19 ...
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What does “pollsys” mean? Solaris “truss” output

> truss -p 6482 /2: pollsys(0xE517AD88, 1, 0xE517AE30, 0x00000000) = 0 /2: pollsys(0xE517AD88, 1, 0xE517AE30, 0x00000000) = 0 /2: pollsys(0xE517AD88, 1, 0xE517AE30, 0x00000000) = 0 ...
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How to clean up response files for Solaris packages?

Looking for advice on best way to determine unused entries (or alternatively, used entries) within response files for Solaris packages. Reason is that there are some response files that have suspect ...
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Terminating SSH called from a script (SIGPIPE handling?)

so I was wondering why there are some hanging SSH connection left from some of my automated scripts and I came to a weird issue - SSH, if used without PTY, doesn't terminate when the output pipe gets ...
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How to change behavior from cyclic windows toggling to the latest windows toggling on solaris

In solaris OS, when pressing alt-tab, it cycles the opened windows. Can I change the behavior to toggle the lastest opened windows as the M$ OS does. That is, how can I toggle between the two most ...
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How to create a hardlink to a directory in Solaris?

I started to study the Solaris in my university. Teacher told me to do a hardlink to a directory. And he said that I can not to use mount command. For example: # mount -F lofs /dir1/dir2 ...
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bc behaves differently on Solaris and Linux

I have the following problem that I have not resolved for a long time now. We have a Linux (x86_64 GNU/Linux) server and a Solaris (SunOS 5.10 i86pc Solaris) server where I work. On the linux server, ...
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shellshock solution for nexenta/solaris

I'm trying to solve the shellshock issue on my system: SunOS localhost 5.11 NexentaOS_134f i86pc i386 i86pc Solaris # bash --version GNU bash, version 3.2.48(1)-release (i386-pc-solaris2.11) ...