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1) do a reference: find . -type f -exec sum {} \; | sort -k3 > /my/reference.txt 2) do a run time check find . -type f -exec sum {} \; | sort -k3 | diff /my/reference.txt - where sort -k3 do a sorting on file name diff part will show file changed, added or deleted.


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Perl needs a \r as well. perl -pi -e 's/^M//g' file1 ^^ - should be \r Although actually, you probably just want to stick with line endings. perl -pi -e 's,\r\n,\n,g' file1 Although actually - you don't need perl for this. sed is perfectly capable: sed -i.bak -e 's,\r\n$,\n,g' file1


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You need to use \r, not ^M to match carriage return characters. ^M has removed all M characters at the beginning of the line, so you may want to check your file is still OK...


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Solaris patches are available on support.oracle.com to customers with an Oracle Solaris support contract. However, 'withdrawn patch 110910-04105' is not a valid Solaris patch name, even for a withdrawn patch - you can't find it because someone gave you the wrong name.


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Use tar to create tarball of directory and run sum on it then. tar cf - <directory name> | sum -


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You will have to find the process that's writing to the unlinked (not deleted!) file(s). All the Unix and Unix-a-like operating systems allow a process to keep open files that have no name in a directory. That's fallout from the design of Unix filesystems, where the on-disk data structure that holds permissions and disk blocks of a file's data (the inode) is ...


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On Solaris tar works differently. So either use gtar from GNU or use tar cf - and then the solution from Miline: tar cf - folder | sum P.S.: I don't have 50 reputation yet to be able to comment - that's why I posted another answer.


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arcfour128 and arcfour256 are not supported by Sun SSH on Solaris 10. Try: ssh -c arcfour256 somehost You'll likely get: Unknown cipher type 'arcfour256' You will need to remove them from your Ciphers list. Alternately, install OpenSSH if you really need them.



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