https://www.thegeekdiary.com/a-beginners-guide-to-solaris-multipathing-software-mpxio-stms/ A beginners guide to Solaris Multipathing Software (MPxIO or STMS) By admin Oracle Solaris Storage Multipathing MPxIO provides multipath access to storage luns by grouping together the physical paths and presenting a single logical path. MPxIO can also be referred as STMS or SCSI_VHCI due to the commands used and logical device paths created. Configuration files For SolarisSeguir leyendo
Modifying Boot Parameters on a SPARC Based System The boot PROM is used to boot a SPARC based system and to modify boot parameters. For example, you might want to reset the device from which to boot, change the default boot file or kernel, or run hardware diagnostics before bringing the system to a multiuserSeguir leyendo
Compilar php5 con 64 bits php-src/ext Ejemplo: cd php-src/ext/pgsql Para compilar en 64 bits: export CFLAGS=”-m64 -O2 -g” ./configure make verificar 64 bits: -bash-4.4# file pgsql.so pgsql.so: ELF 64-bit MSB dynamic lib SPARCV9 Version 1, UltraSPARC1 Extensions Required, dynamically linked, not stripp
https://www.headdesk.me/ZFS_incremental_replication ZFS incremental replication From www.headdesk.me Contents [hide] 1 Overall 1.1 Test system 1.2 Create a snapshot 1.3 Send the filesystem to the remote server 1.4 Making a second snapshot 1.5 Making an incremental replication 1.6 What if the target server has dirty data? 1.7 Clean up 1.8 Monitor throughput Overall ZFS replication works withSeguir leyendo
at cmd prompt >mount -o anon \\192.168.1.1\srv\share z: z: is now successfully connected to \\192.168.1.1\srv\share The command completed successfully.
How To, Solaris, ZFS matthew.mattoon September 23, 2013 In Solaris 11.1 Oracle decided to change the way that they stored filesystem share information. I personally loved the change, but that was without understanding what the change really was. For more information on how to enable NFS exports see my previous article here. Setup Our EnvironmentSeguir leyendo
ltfsck /opt/SUNWltfs/bin/ltfsck -f /dev/rmt/1 –backend=ltotape LTFS16000I ltfsck starting, LTFS version 1.2.6 (20130711_orcl), log level 2 LTFS20013I Drive type is IBM LTO7, serial number is 10WT026083 LTFS17160I Maximum device block size is 524288 LTFS12015I Attempting to load the medium LTFS16014I Checking LTFS file system on ‘/dev/rmt/1’ LTFS12015I Attempting to load the medium LTFS16023I LTFS volume information:Seguir leyendo
svccfg -s network/dns/client listprop config svccfg -s network/dns/client setprop config/nameserver = net_address: “(192.168.24.22 192.168.1.21)” svccfg -s network/dns/client listprop config svcadm refresh dns/client