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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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) ...
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Ipadm:operation failed

I am studying Solaris 11 in Virtualbox (64bit). I want to create network interface with command: ipadm create-ip net3 But terminal says that ipadm:cannot create interface net3:Operation failed I ...
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patch bash at sunos5.7

Refer:shellshock solution for nexenta/solaris post for shellshock solution may I confirm the command is method1: /usr/local/bin/curl \ https://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/bash/bash-3.2-patchs/bash32-001 ...
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sed + find value before word in line

How can I find the value before the word "free"? top -n1 | grep Mem Mem: 2054968k av, 2034120k used, 20848k free, 0k shrd, 186768k buff First I tried top -n1 | grep ...
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Replace $ with £ using cat Command

I have file test_output_archive.svd with some Dollar signs ($). I have generated a shell script Replace_dollar_pound.sh with cat command to replace dollar symbol with Pound (£) script is working on ...
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Does VI v4.0 on Solaris 2.5.0 have a command history

I normally use VIM but have to fiddle with files in VI. Does the vi on Solaris 2.5 have history I can recall to re-use commands? It's a pain to retype complete lines sometimes. In VIM I can go ESC, ...
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How to get the Physical memory usage in Solaris using commandline

I need to show physical memory statistics in Solaris, like total memory, used and free memory. Don't want to create a script, so is it possible to get all these details using commandline only?
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How to restore the default signal processing behavior on Solaris?

I have found the signal processing behavior on my Solaris 10 is changed. For example, when I Ctrl+C, the program can't exit. Use psig to check the signal processing behavior: HUP default INT ...
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Solaris 10 : command to copy text to the clipboard. (command line)

I'm searching a command to copy text to the clipboard. xclip and xsel are commands which are available on several Linux and Unix OS-es, but is unfortenuately not available on solaris 10. ...
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Is it possible to install gtkdialog on solaris system

Is it possible to install GTKDIALOG on Solaris system?? If somebody has it, let me know
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Executing user defined function in a find -exec call

I'm on Solaris 10 and I have tested the following with ksh (88), bash (3.00) and zsh (4.2.1). The following code doesn't yield any result: function foo { echo "Hello World" } find somedir -exec ...
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How to modify ENV in Solaris 10 [duplicate]

I wanted to edit the contents of environment when entering this "ENV" in terminal. I googled this but so far none of the solution offered works in my end. The closes solution that i got was to edit ...
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Solaris 11: How to use ILB to create HA loadbalancer across two backend servers?

I'm attempting to use Solaris 11's ILB to create a loadbalancer across two backend DNS servers. Here's my requirements: Two external IPs: .XXX.YYY, .XXX.ZZZ - these are the DNS IP's that our clients ...
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Will there ever be a Solaris 12?

I'm not trying to be inflammatory with this question! I can't any statements though from Oracle regarding the future of Solaris, and wondered if there were any press releases or official notification ...
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Stat usage in truss command?

I want to get the access time and modification time of the file in unix solaris machine. The `stats command was not found in that solaris machine. Could you please suggest which is the alternative ...
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Global variable for every script

I want to declare a variable in such way that every script can access and alter its value. I have written a script that set the value of a variable called flag on exit and I am using a crontab entry ...
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Debugging a Solaris network issue

I'm running a Solaris 11 x86 file server. The file-server part is ZFS + Samba. It's been up running for three or four years now without major problems. The Samba shares start out visible to other ...
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Is it possible to redefine the tilde ('~', home directory)?

Is it possible to redefine the home directory? e.g. to /ext1/username instead of /home/username, i.e. expanding the ~ to another directory (as opposed to changing the actual home directory where ...
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Nexenta bash script uses /usr/sun/bin/sed instead of /usr/bin/sed

I'm using a script for Linux and for Solaris (Nexenta). This line works on Linux, but not on solaris (but when run from shell it works): cat "pg_hba.conf" | sed "0,/^local/{s/md5/trust/}" The ...
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Lots of free memory, but Java won't start (SunOS 5.10)

vmstat gives: swap free 37489684 110178592 Still I have issues, while trying to run Java process with 10g heap: > java -Xmx10g -Xms10g -d64 HelloWorldApp Error occurred during ...
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Trying to Add Oracle Solaris (SunOS) OS 11.2 as a Dual Boot under Grub2

I was Trying to install Oracle Solaris (SunOS) 11.2 as a Dual Boot under Grub2. I followed the Grub2 instructions for Adding an ISO and I get the following Grub Entry for the Solaris ISO -- ...
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Cannot connect to Solaris Server when Oracle GoldenGate process uses the port

I'm trying to test the Oracle goldengate to replicate data between two databases on the same server. So I installed two databases and two goldengate homes in the same machine. The goldengate ...
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Determine if zfs is the actual filesystem [closed]

With Solaris 11 the default filesystem should be zfs, but following the official guide I obtained (with cat /etc/default/fs) LOCAL=ufs Is this an error? I thought that the same information was in ...
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How does Solaris find man pages?

Initially, my MANPATH environment variable is not set. Despite this, I can use the man command to view most man pages as usual. man top can't find that particular man page, but which man tells me ...
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Jboss application startup and shutdown asks for password. How to automate with init script?

Jboss application startup and shutdown of BMC-IDM asks for password (called keystore password, some Java stuff). How to automate with init script? Stop application > stop_idm_suite.sh Suite ...
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Missing IPsec package in Solaris 10

I'm running Solaris 10 v5/08. Running svcs -a | grep ipsec returns nothing, so I have reason to believe IPsec isn't installed (or isn't showing up for some other reason). How can I make sure it is ...
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How to await Solaris zone boot (first time)

Solaris 11. I've found that the zone boot command (e.g. zoneadm -z myzone boot) returns before the zone is fully booted/configured. The problem is related to freshly created zones. More precisely ...
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Tool in UNIX to subtract dates

Is there any tool in Solaris UNIX (so no GNU tool available) to subtract dates? I know that in Linux we have gawk that can subtract one date from another. But in Solaris the maximum we have is nawk ...
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How to verify from “uname -a” output, the installed Solaris OS is openSolaris or not

How to verify from uname -a output, if the installed Solaris OS is openSolaris or not. I need to know the type of OS installed like, Solaris or opensolaris or Solaris Express etc cat /etc/release ...
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The future of OpenSolaris

since OpenSolaris is more or less abandoned by Oracle, is there a nice alternative that implements the unique features of OSOL? ZFS is one thing, but I liked the image creation system, that let you ...
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Solved - Solaris 10 - Is it possible to reboot a system from a startup script?

I have a Solaris 10 test guest logical domain (LDom). I plan to have the network on this be reconfigured before rebooting using a startup script in /etc/rc0.d. At the moment, when the system boots, ...
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Give a user the permission to access files in a directory

I have mounted a volume from NAS storage to my Solaris 10 machine using NFS. I want to give read/write permission for a user to the directories and subdirectories and files. I have tried setfacl -m ...
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What package has GNU sed for Solaris?

I need to use the features of GNU sed, instead of the built-in version under Solaris 10. Which GNU package contains it? I don't see it listed in the coreutils, and my Google searches haven't helped ...
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How do I use grep to find a text string in files in sub folders of a parent folder without -r switch

I'm using Solaris 10 and have two grep versions one in /usr/bin and one in /usr/xpg4/bin. I have been searching for an answer on how to search for text within files within sub folders of a parent ...