OpenIndiana is a robust enterprise operating system, based on the illumos kernel. When Oracle dropped OpenSolaris, many developers regrouped to form OpenIndiana. It is open source, free to use, community developed, and suitable for servers and desktops. OpenIndiana aims to be binary and package ...

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KVM on Illumos (OpenIndiana vs. SmartOS)

I'm considering virtualizing a number of guests onto a single server running a recent port of KVM to Illumos. It sounds like my two primary options will be OpenIndiana and SmartOS. The distribution ...
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Where can I find introductory documentation for ZFS?

I recently installed OpenIndiana because of an interest in ZFS. I like the feature-list of ZFS, but I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around how to configure it. All of the documentation I ...
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Solaris NFS which client is all that traffic comming from?

On Solaris / OpendIndiana NFS server, is the a way to get per-client stats?
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How to manually download individual files from the OpenIndiana (or Solaris) pkg repo?

For a server in an offline environment, how would I download a package from http://pkg.openindiana.org/dev? (or the better known http://pkg.oracle.com) There is an install link which downloads a p5i ...
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Offline installing the downloaded IPS package files using OpenIndiana `pkg` (or Solaris 11)

I'm gonna write a script to pull down the package files, now how can I install them? Can I get pkg to use a file:// URL instead of an http:// URL? Alternatively, Is there a better format to do this ...
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How to get nfsv3* DTrace scripts working on OpenIndiana?

From here http://wikis.sun.com/display/DTrace/nfsv3+Provider on OpenIndiana the DTrace scripts: nfsv3io.d nfsv3ops.d are failing with: probe description nfsv3:::op-* matches an unstable set of ...