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What is a ZFS legacy mount point?

I am trying to understand the way ZFS works when I do for example, a snapshot. When I use zfs list on machine I get some mount points and some paths. For example I get something like that: ...
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Solaris 11.1 x86 installing Weblogic 12.11

Ive been looking everywhere for a way to install Weblogic on Solaris. According to Oracle's documentation, all you need to install Weblogic Graphical Mode is Login on Unix Go to the directory that ...
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Delay before the file transfer on Linux or Solaris

I would like to put delay before file transfer on Linux or Solaris. As far as i know scp commands has no delay option. scp file_name root@dest_ip:/dest_path So, how can i put delay (it can change ...
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Mix of GRUB and GRUB2 (Linux and Solaris)

ALL, I have a DELL laptop on which I installed Linux and Open Solaris (in that order). Linux used GRUB2 and it was OK. Solaris still uses GRUB1 and it looks like it did overwrite the GRUB2 ...
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Set the partition type with parted

I just acquired a new Dell laptop. I installed Linux on the 1st half of the HDD and on the second part I want to install Oracle Solaris. According to this I need to set the partition type of the ...
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Are files in /tmp cleaned up by the operating system?

I have a script that generates log files that I place under /tmp I run it on Linux RedHat, Ubuntu, Solaris and AIX. I'm wondering I have to clean the logs periodically by myself (e.g. after 14 days) ...
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Getting per user cpu and memory consumption statistics

Is there a way to get cpu and memory consumption statistics summaries per user the same way prstat -t on Solaris shows them? The prstat(1) utility in Solaris display has fields NPROC UserName SWAP ...
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Using a while loop to read a file, randomly stops reading the file in the middle [closed]

I have a small section of code that reads a file, $FUNCTION_FILE which contains a list of function names in the format: func1 func2 func3 It will read a line, run the function, and repeat until the ...
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passwordless ssh using id_dsa.pub or id_rsa.pub or identity.pub not working

I have a solaris 8 box and im trying to authenticate using no password the user george onto a solaris 11. versions of ssh: solaris8: OpenSSH_3.4p1, SSH protocols 1.5/2.0, OpenSSL 0x0090607f ...
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What's the name of the file system of the operating system in UNIX\Linux?

Is that correct to assume that the operating system is ALWAYS placed in /usr in all kinds of UNIX and Linux? I'm writing a script that has to check the free space in the operating system's file ...
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What is the procedure to check the apache version in a sun solaris machine?

What is the procedure to check the apache version in a sun solaris machine?httpd -v is not working
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Where to place an executable Perl script?

I'm now planning a solution that has to call a script that's running on a Linux \UNIX host. I'd prefer to place that script in a folder that exists in all kinds of Linux and UNIX. This helps me to ...
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Encrypt on Solaris, decrypt on Linux

I have encrypted a file on a Solaris server using the encrypt command, with a keyfile generated via pktool (choosing AES-128 as the algorithm). I do not have access to any other encryption utilities ...
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Execution of the command of ssh with open/root/.ssh/id_dsa failed error: Permission denied

Working it agrees http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/ru/library/l-hadoop-1/ at first I entered into the user of hadoop by means of a command root@one: /volumes# su hadoop The invitation was as a ...
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Compare two file systems between Solaris and Linux

I am trying a source to target file comparison between Solaris and Linux. - I have a large number of files > 3000 - Large number of directories > 600 - Directory structure remains same - I ...
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Making a bootable USB for Solaris

Is it possible to create a bootable USB of Oracle Solaris 11? I don't want to install Solaris on an Oracle VM Virtual Box.
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How do I find out which process is causing high CPU usage?

I have a strange issue happening on my Solaris virtual machine: After it is booted and up for 1-2 hours, the CPU usage will go up to 100% for 5 seconds, then down to normal for another 5 seconds, and ...
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Does tar preserve links? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How can I tar ball a directory hierarchy with soft links in linux I am using tar to copy files and directories from a Solaris machine to a Linux machine. Does Tar ...
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1answer
99 views

How to let `man` utility to use `less` to display manual rather than `more`?

I've this Solaris 10 installation and it uses more to display manual content. Is there a way to make it using less to display manual? because more is really not convenient to use. Thank you.
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Remote CUPS Printing, Is It Possible?

I have a RHEL 6 server, and a Solaris 2.6 server. The RHEL 6 server is able to print to a network printer, which is a Laserjet 4014DN, using CUPS. I want to have the Solaris 2.6 server print to that ...
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643 views

How to see whats eating my swap space on linux

I have a unique situation here where a Java app I wrote is choking when it forks and creates some child processes. According to the error logs I'm seeing there is a java.lang.UNIXProcess method ...
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In Solaris how do you startup a script automatically without user input?

I'm using Oracle Solaris, and i would like to startup a script automatically everytime i turn on my computer and log into the desktop, however the script i want to run requires elevated permission, so ...
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466 views

Solaris/Linux - tput command + create bold text

How do I bold the "Date & Time" numbers from the following file with the tput command (I have a Solaris machine)? For example, I want to bold only the "24-09-2009 16:17:45", etc. for all other ...
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474 views

Solaris + sorting file according to date and time by sort command

I have along list that created in /var/tmp/file.txt from some script (in Solaris machine) the following list have 4 fields please advice how to sort the list according to the following TIMESTAMP ( by ...
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awk/sed + replace only the second char with one space

please advice how to remove only the second "." character from the version number with awk I need to fit the syntax for Linux & Solaris I write the sed "s'/\./ /g'" - but this syntax ...
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275 views

awk + sed + match complex string

I need useful command to match the string "/pci.../pci.../pci..../scsi..../disk..." with awk or sed? ( I need to put this command in my ksh script ) remark 1 [...] can be any string , and “pci pci ...
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1answer
240 views

Filesystem for UNIX (Solaris, FreeBSD, Linux) [closed]

I have some Linux (Arch/Fedora/Ubuntu), FreeBSD and solaris (open indiana) desktop machines. What is the best filesystem that can be used in all of them. I want to use it in some external hard drives. ...
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343 views

How can I hide username@node in linux shell?

I want to hide username@solaris in a Unix shell. I would like something like this: $ ls -l Instead I have this: user@solaris:~$ ls -l
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what is the command for listing files/dirs recursively of specific directories

suppose in my current directory, I have 50 sub-directories. Now, I am interested only in about 20 of those sub-directories (whose names match a pattern). I would like to recursively list the contents ...
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1answer
668 views

Does Linux use a /etc/inet/netmasks file?

How Linux implements subnetting, as opposed to Solaris?
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1answer
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How to debug ld.so.1: fatal: relocation error:?

Ive been messing around on a Solaris box, installing precompiled lib/programs from the repos by extracting them and placing them in my home dir. It seems everything ive tried sofar works, except for ...
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Compiling and installing programs as non-root in home-dir?

I'm trying to compile programs under Solaris in my Home directory. Ive had experience with simple installs which work with just $> CD src $> ./configure --prefix=/home/peter $> make ...
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du vs df output

Why are there differences between the outputs of the df and du commands? Why they are not accurate in output? # df -h Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on /dev/sda3 1012M 394M 567M 42% / ...
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lsof get traffic size with server

I have a server can I use lsof to find on a specific port the amount of traffic passed with servers? I used so far this in order to sort by highest size, but what info to i really get? how can I know ...
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Running multiple operating systems on one laptop

I am in the process of running some benchmark tests on a variety of RDBMSes, and I am testing three different client operating systems. Would it be terrible to partition the HDD and install Ubuntu, ...
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1answer
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How to create a new firefox profile in linux or solaris?

I know the way to create a new firefox profile in Windows. I want to create a new firefox profile in linux/solaris. Could anyone tell me the way? Thanks a lot!
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422 views

Copying file from unix to network drive

Solaris is the os used. I want to copy files from UNIX Machine to windows network drive. I know smbclient,ftp can be used. But is there any other best option i can use?
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422 views

What is the equivalent of Solaris's cu command in Linux?

What is the equivalent of Solaris's cu command in Linux?
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Top causes of slow ssh logins

I'd love for one of you smart and helpful folks to post a list of common causes of delays during an ssh login. Specifically, there are 2 spots where I see a range from instantaneous to multi-second ...
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Which Server Distro? [closed]

So I need to set up an application server with glassfish and I was wondering which one I should go with. Usually I hear that it's best to go with the one you're most comfortable with, but in this case ...
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251 views

What are the strengths of OpenSolaris compared to Linux?

Please try to answer in these areas: For what kind of usage is OpenSolaris more suited than Linux? What are the useful OpenSolaris features that Linux lacks? Personal experiences are welcomed, but ...
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su using here document

file: test.sh who su superuser <<BELUGA mysuperpassword BELUGA who $ ./test.sh just waits for input. What am I doing wrong? Is there a way to automate this?
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What should I do if tar have no “-I” option?

I found "-I" option of tar is only availbe for Solaris, and no countpart in Linux machine, what should I do to realize same operation?