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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perl one liner + how to replace any last IP address octets

How to replace any last IP address octets (four octet ) to 0 remark: Implementation should be by Perl one linear on linux machines for example 192.9.200.124 will replaced to 192.9.200.0 ...
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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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issue with how newly made gnome launchers work vs launchers rebuilt after a system boot. (title change for clarity)

This isnt so much a request for help as a curiosity of mine. I wrote this script to quickly pop up four terminal sessions and fill my screen, since so many of my current systems have things that come ...
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Perl - /etc/shadow - Permission Denied

The following command is being executed by a non root user : perl -pi -e 's/^an24:/an24:\*LK*/g' /etc/shadow A permission denied is being issued. This indicates some privileges issues. Can such ...
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Why `host` and `nslookup` on Solaris 10 resolves hostnames while `ping` and `telnet` does not?

/etc/resolv.conf contains a nameserver that is alive (as reported by the ping command) host or nslookup is able to resolve google.com $ host google.com google.com has address 74.125.228.3 google.com ...
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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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What is causing this Copy command to enter sleep state?

I am trying to recursively copy a huge directory of installables over 25G and want to preserve the owner and group id, permission modes and so on. So I ran the below commands: bash-3.2$ date; cp ...
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sh and grep numbers only

I'm facing a problem and trying to find a solution that works in sh. If I could use bash this code would work: ls /a|grep ^[0-9] Unfortunately this is not the case with sh, and yes I need to use ...
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Configuring DNS resolver failover timeout

We have all of our systems set up to do internal DNS to a local name server and a secondary name server so that in the event the local DNS server is down they should go over the WAN to the secondary ...
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How can a non-root user check if a FS has been exported to a server?

Consider I am on server1 logged in as a non-root user. How do I check if a NAS FS has been exported onto the server SERVER1? I have already tried the below commands. bash-3.2$ dfshares SERVER1 nfs ...
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Solaris - permanently update PATH for all users

I have installed JDK and Groovy on my Solaris 11 machine. I would now like to set things up so that the PATH variable would contain the bin directories whenever I open a shell. It is my understanding ...
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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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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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Studio 12.3: language optional software package not installed

I installed the Solaris Studio 12.3 on Solaris 10 OS but when I check the version but it is showing below result. It is installed under /opt/SolarisStudio12.3/bin so why wrong path is coming. I ...
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How do I redirect output from the find command (that uses grep) to a log file?

Consider the code to search for all files containing the pattern "search string": bash-3.2$ # The below find works fine.. bash-3.2$ find . -type f -exec grep -il "search string" {} \; bash-3.2$ # But ...
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Solaris: Script for finding the physical device path of all installed fiber cards

I have a number of systems (with quite varying type, generation and architecture unfortunately). I need to create a list of fiber cards on these varying systems. I am able to use prtconf -v, and ...
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linux + match IP ADDRESS with 3 octets or with 4 octets

how to match IP address with 4 octets or with 3 octets in one command? target - match xxx.xxx.xxx or xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx ( syntax should fit for Linux and Solaris ) how to merge the following commands ...
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unable login solaris box

There is problem on my Solaris 10 box. It's not possible to access directly to the box, but via ssh from another box after 3 wrong entries of username/password to box then login prompt changes, at ...
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How do I less a filename rather than an inode number?

I have a piece of software that rotates its log files when it restarts. However, during development, I am restarting it a lot, so I would like to monitor the latest log file at any time. If I start ...
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How to check whether firewall opened for a port but not listening on the port

We will be deploying a new application to a Server and the application will be listening on port 8443. We have asked Network team to open the firewall for the port 8443 on that server before deploying ...
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how to get exit status from the command before the last [duplicate]

I have solaris machine ( solaris 10 ) please Look on the following simple commands (haconf -makerw | grep -iq "Cluster already writable") # haconf -makerw VCS WARNING V-16-1-10364 Cluster ...
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ls -ld /dir, Solaris [duplicate]

Always when I run ls -ld /dir the output give me the size = 512 even if there are files in it or not. but when I run du -sh the output give me the actual size of the directory including its content.
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Solaris development host

This posting aims to document how go about getting a development host on Solaris. A "development host" is one where you have all the appropriate tools to build and compile C or C++ applications. ...
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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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Nexenta (Solaris), strange user membership from LDAP

Anybody help me, why do run id command in the Nexenta OS (Solaris+Ubuntu), i get different result? a_ay@nexenta:/etc$ id -G 513 512 1000 201 203 1010 1013 1019 1020 1036 1039 1040 1041 1045 1046 1047 ...
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How many reboots are required for updating Solaris 10 update 8 to update 10?

The Oracle Live Upgrade document* states that these patches need to be done before doing the LiveUpgrade: *Document 1004881.1, "Solaris 10 5/08 (Update 5) or later:" 119254-LR Install and Patch ...
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Can you mount UFS partitions made in Solaris (Sparc) on Solaris (x86)?

I am reading about Endianness and it seems both systems save their data differently. Sparc uses big endian and x86 uses small endian, meaning the byte order is different. That makes me wonder... is ...
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While setting up SFTP between *nix servers, is the intial handshake optional?

I setup SFTP between *nix servers as follows: Generate the Public key on the sending server by running the below command: [user1@server1] $ /usr/local/bin/ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 1024 Then copy ...
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scp recursively directories on SunOS

I have encountered a small issue with SCP (and also rsync). I need to copy certain files from server A (running SunOS 5.8) to server B (running SunOS 5.10). First, I get the list of files (several ...
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print last field from line + alternative for awk

Due to technical reason on my Solaris machine, I can't use awk in order to print the last field in line. What are the other alternatives to awk that print the last field from line (using cut or tr ...
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Autofs home folders from solaris 11

I'm having trouble since 2 days with autofs. I have a Solaris 11 Server. There I share the folder /export/home with the following command: share -o rw -d „Freigabe von /export/home“ /export/home My ...
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How to properly use /usr/xpg4/bin/grep -F

I have a problem producing filtering out hanzoMollusc (2)from my grep. https://node.hanzo.com/production/application/ (1) https://node.hanzoMollusc.com/Messaging/Receiver (2) My grep command is ...
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/etc/vfstab in Solaris 11

I would like to mount a folder from the remote server 10.12.13.2. When I type: mount -F nfs 10.12.13.2:/username /remote/username, the folder username gets mounted in the directory /remote/username. ...
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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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Obtain device name and mount point if partition label is known

How to obtain the partition device name and mount point when the file system label is known? There are several possibilities: Linux File system label to device name The device name can be obtained ...
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tr command not working with octal sequences

I need to strip non-ASCII characters off a file. I was using the command - /usr/xpg4/bin/tr -cd '\0-\177' <non-ASCII_file.dat >ASCII_file.dat Though it worked in the past, it is not ...
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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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expr command used to work and stopped

I am on SunOS machine trying to get the date string of the past minute, yesterday I used this command I found on the internet expr `date +%Y%m%d%k%M` - 1 which is worked just fine and I saw the ...
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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 = ...
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Rename files and directories with a special characters on solaris machines

The target of the following code ( commands ) is to rename files/directories and also support files/directories with a special characters as "@" or "." etc those commands are run fine on Linux ...
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`solaris + xargs command for solaris

the command find /tmp -name 'core*' -type f -print0 | xargs -0 works fine on Linux, but xargs -0 option is not legal on Solaris what is the equivalent option ( xargs? ) for Solaris 10 second ...
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zfs send volume fluctuates misteriously

Why would the amount of data in a zfs send stream "fluctuate"? I would expect send of a specific snapshot to always produce exactly the same data! The test data below was created through something ...
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“lsof: can't read namelist from /dev/ksyms” on Solaris

On Solaris, when I type the command lsof -l I encountered this error: lsof: can't read namelist from /dev/ksyms Anyone knows what this error means and how I can get open the list of open FD's ...
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Solaris default install (user tools)

Many questions on this forum as well as other places really boils down to somebody coming from Linux environment and then not being able to use the equivalent command on Solaris. Often this is because ...
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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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Modify Default Group for new Users in Solaris 11

I would like to change the default group for new users which are added to the system. Does anybody know in which file this is stored? I'm using Solaris 11
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Installing GCC in Solaris_x86

I have tried Googling for my answer, but everyone is saying GCC is already installed on the Solaris Operating System. They said to add /usr/sfw/bin to your $PATH, which I did, and rebooted the ...
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Solaris 10, Shell Script, Cursor movement [closed]

#include <signal.h> #include <unistd.h> #include <stdio.h> #include <sys/types.h> #include <time.h> void prtime() { time_t rawtime; struct tm * ...
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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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Solaris 10 modified time

In Solaris 8, when we access the file, the access time changes but modified time remains same. But in Solaris 10, we see that both access and modified time changes when accessing the file. We checked ...