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I have a newly built Solaris LDOM, I need to check the same for acceptance. Can anybody tell me which commands I need to perform to check whether the LDOM is properly built?

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You should take a moment to review the questions you've asked to see if any of the answers worked for you. Only you've only marked accepted answers on 2 of your questions so far. It's good feedback to the community to know when an answer solves the problem. – squillman Aug 10 '10 at 15:23
yes will it do shortly.. – Rajeev Aug 10 '10 at 16:06
Hi, Any response to the above question? – Rajeev Aug 11 '10 at 7:09

Properly built for what? You need to define what you want your LDOM to be ready to serve. An LDOM build is no different from a normal Solaris installation. The only things to check that are LDOM specific are possibly hardware resources available to the LDOM, has the SA assigned the correct number of threads/cores to the LDOM, correct amount of memory and disk etc. The commands to check this are the same as you use to check in non-LDOM Solaris (psrinfo, prtdiag etc).

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