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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Solaris + display file time stamp [year][month][day]

I have Solaris 10 machine I need to verify time stamp of some file in my Solaris machine And to get the following format [year][month][day] Example of working command on Linux ls -l --time-...
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How to configure a global zone along with two non-global zones in solaris 10?

I have a SUN M3000 server. I want to configure this as a global zone (named z1dms) which will have two non-global zone (named zu9dms and zu10dms). Please tell me how to configure.
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solaris 10 + display 2 lines after match by grep?

I want to match for example: The string e1000g0 from the lltconfig -a list , and then to display the two lines after the string e1000g0 so I get only the lines: Node 0 du1a : 00:...
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Solaris 11: how to get pkg properties in machine readable format

I would like to be able to extract (from within a shell script) the attributes of an IPS package. Basically I'm after exact same information as is listed with the pkg info command, but unfortunately ...
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Can't add swap file on solaris

I'm trying to add a swap file on Solaris 10. I have already created a 2GB file swap.file. Then, I add a swap file with the command: swap -a /swap.file which shows an error: /swap.file: size is ...
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Display all network interfaces on Solaris

On Linux, the command mii-tool displays the list of Ethernet interfaces and other information. What equivalent command existson Solaris? My goal is to view all LAN networks that my Solaris machine is ...
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How to bind emacs abort to key

This is from a .el file loaded in my .emacs file. What do you think? ;;; Sun keyboard bindings ;; the below line does not work: ;; when <cancel> is pressed, the minibuffer echoes "Quit" ;; but ...
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Per Socket network Buffer queues utilization

Is there a way to get a per-socket send and receive Queues utilization on Solaris similar to the way that Linux' netstat displays it? Example on Linux: Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address ...
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Solaris zone removal and transformation

I have a Solaris server which has two zones on it. I need to remove one zone and change the remaining zone into the server's main operating system. What is the best way to do this? I was thinking ...
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Solaris 10 - changing default gateway and netmask

We have a Sunfire V240 server with Solaris 10,I need to change the subnetmask and gateway. I was able to change the subnetmask and gateway by editing the files /etc/subnetmasks and /etc/...
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Is there a process logging tool for solaris?

Is there an existing tool for solaris/unix that keeps a history trail of the list of running processes. I'd like to be able to review backwards in time what processes were active/running. I can ...
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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 to create a gnu tarball that can be extracted by solaris tar

I am maintaining a legacy cygwin (with GNU tar v1.21) system and a legacy Solaris 9 system. The configuration of the Solaris 9 system is fixed and cannot be upgraded (i.e. I can't install gnu tar for ...
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Process Monitoring on Solaris

$ prstat -t NPROC USERNAME SWAP RSS MEMORY TIME CPU 164 oracle 5446M 5445M 8.3% 13:47:50 1.6% 52 root 576M 728M 1.1% 42:29:50 1.0% 1 noaccess 300M 273M 0.4% 0:20:54 0.0% ...
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Cursor keys in bash in dtterm don't work as expected

I am trying to remap some of my keyboard shortcuts in bash. The problem is that when I try to display key code using Ctrl-V, not all keys work. For example, Typing Ctrl-V, then Home moves the terminal ...
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Is there a PAM Standard?

Related to a StackOverflow question I have. Since it's more or less really a SO question through and through, I won't go into the whole spiel. My platform question is this: Is there an industry ...
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How to mount the CD-ROM on Solaris 10?

How to mount the CD-ROM on Solaris 10 without knowing the CD-ROM device name?
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Set global environment variables at boot in Solaris 11

I am wanting to create a file in Solaris, so that I can export a few "items" whenever the machine is started up. i.e. I want to export ORACLE_HOME and ORACLE_SID and some other directories, of my ...
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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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Help understanding `find` syntax on Solaris

Consider the following files: $ find findtest findtest findtest/test1 findtest/test1/start.ksh findtest/test2 findtest/test2/start.ksh findtest/test3 findtest/test3/start.ksh ...
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Is there any handy command line tool to manage Cron jobs?

Would someone suggest any handy command line (NOT web) tool or script which adds, enables and disables Cron jobs? I am looking, for example, for the following (or similar) behavior: sh manageCron.sh -...
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SSH Do not connect even with publickeys installed

I'm trying to connect two servers. I got the id_dsa.pub key from user john from server A and paste into authorized_keys of user mike from server B. Then I tried to connect from server A to server B ...
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Where to check ntp related logs on Sun Solaris?

Can you please guide, where on solaris i can check NTP related logs? If there is any issue related to NTP on solaris, which is the right place to check for the root cause? Thanks
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Solaris 11.3 upgrade - rpool changes after upgrade disappeared after restart

I have a test server running Solaris 11.2 (on HP Proliant Gen8 Microserver hardware). On October 31st I upgraded the system to Solaris 11.3 as described in Solaris documentation article Updating a ...
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Wipe a Solaris Disk

Looking for something similar to Eraser for Solaris 9-10-11 Anything?
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No “$” or “#” Sign After Logging in Solaris 10 with Putty

This is my environment: Solaris Version 10; Sun OS Version 5.10 Oracle Version: 11g Enterprise x64 Edition. When I am getting log on through putty it is giving me this output: login as: ora Using ...
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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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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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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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solaris awk problems with date and if statements

I have daily files that come in via FTP with incorrect dates in the first column of the file. I have figured out how to deduct one day to derive the correct date and print this to a new file. The main ...
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How do I send all information in /var/adm/message file to a remote system?

I'm trying to figure out how to send all information that is normally identified in the /var/adm/message file on a Solaris system to a remote system.
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Can AutoFS keep a share permanently mounted on Solaris?

I have a share mounted on an Oracle Solaris application server that read/writes data onto the share periodically. I have automounted it with a timeout of over several minutes but is there a way to ...
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How do find the LDAP connection details that the Solaris box uses to authenticate users?

The Solaris box is configured to use LDAP and has no local user accounts. This is the output of the nsswitch.conf file: bash-3.2$ less /etc/nsswitch.conf passwd: files [NOTFOUND=continue] ldap ...
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Why is the output of find sorted in Cygwin but not in Solaris?

I wonder why find does not behave in the same way in Solaris as in Cygwin or Linux. I have a bunch of directories that have files called CS##########. Each # is a digits but there are always 10 ...
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How can I identify the total files open by userid

Yesterday one of the users on our system had a poorly formed script that consumed all the space in one of our file systems. Through a lot of trial and error, I was able to identify the user and kill ...
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What is the difference between cmask and umask?

What is the difference between the umask setting that can be found in /etc/profile and the cmask setting that can be found in /etc/default/init? What is the difference between the two? When will one ...
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Why does newgrp change my PS1 and how to prevent it?

I have a customized PS1 to show several parameters. When I switch to a different group using newgrp, it switched my PS1 to default ($) and that is annoying. The default remains even when I switch ...
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Send the Output of an HTML file within the email body using mailx

Problem Statement:- Currently I am sending an email using mailx by attaching an html file within the email. But I want to send an email using mailx command instead of attaching the html file in an ...
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Remap Caps_Lock to Control in Solaris

I'm having the hardest time trying to understand how xmodmap works. I want to remap the Caps Lock key to Control. In an attempt to emaulate the answers shown here, I created the file .xmodmaprc: ...
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Solaris Command to Stop Listening on a Port

I have a legacy application (that I do not control) that occasionally crashes without properly closing the ports it is listening on. Is there a Solaris command to stop listening on a given port, ...
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Can't register or update Solaris 11 Express

Trying the x86 live CD, installed it on a VirtualBox virtual machine, network connectivity and guest additions are OK. The "Register" link (which they imply is needed to get updates) gets me to an ...
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replace nth column of a csv file by the help of lookup table

I have a csv file (a.csv) as below (with thousands of lines): NMS_NE,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, D,NE Name,IP Address,Site Name,Product UPEI,Product Name,Product Model,NE Status,Serial Number,SW Major ...
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How to execute a command after network startup on Solaris?

I need to execute a command after a network interface came up. On Debian I would use the post-up option in /etc/network/interfaces. But I can not find anything similar for Solaris 10. Is it possible ...
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Reading the device tree for ide disks

On Solaris I know disk are c0d0p0 or c0d0s0 for ide, c1t1d1s0 for scsi. I see there are links on pci devices,for example: ls -lh /dev/dsk/c0d0s7 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 50 ago 1 22:53 ...
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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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Regex to find NFS filesystems that aren't being mounted with nosuid, except for ones with special needs

I have a script that runs the command mount -v 2>/some/file, which I then parse with another script using the following regex: ^.*[\ \t]+type[\ \t]+nfs(?![\ \t]+.*\b(?:nosuid|nosetuid)\b).* The ...
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Solaris/OpenIndiana: Good documentation for permission-mechanism - roles, profiles and auths?

Are there any good documentation, HOWTOs or books (preferably free and online) describing the permission-mechanism for Solaris/OpenIndiana? How auths, profiles, roles, projects, groups and users ...
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In what situation would it be more beneficial to use AutoFS over vfstab for shares dedicated to just one server?

Consider an environment of three Solaris servers (Server1-3): Where Server1-3 all share a mount nas-server.company.com:/vol/appls-backup, for storing backups and recovery related files at periodic ...
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Browse LDAP strcuture using Solaris pre-packaged command?

I have used ldapsearch to pull details on accounts but is there a way to browse the different levels in the LDAP directory just like we do with files in a directory?
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perl + combine exec command with perl one liner line

I have the following short perl script rename.pl. How can I translate this script to one liner perl syntax? And how to combine the perl one liner in find command? rename.pl #!/usr/bin/perl $op = ...