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measuring unix machine responsiveness

I am one of the n users of a shared unix machine. For reasons unknown, the machine is not "responsive" enough. For example, it is slow on interactive commands, it takes few noticeable moments for any ...
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Accidentally removed SUNWcsr

I have accidentally removed the SUNWcsr, SUNWhea as well as SUNWmdb and SUNWmdbx while the most unfortunate thing is the network connection breaks which makes me unable to login to the system again. ...
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how i can make svnlook tree view just 2 level?

how i can make svnlook tree view just 2 level ?
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cancel password of svn list

how I can cancel the password of svn list. When I execute svn list it is Requests the password twice. I need to execute it without password.
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How can I make content of file as output of command?

I have a file contain list of path now I want to execute command on each line example :- file name : rawabdeh ....... command : command file contains:- path/no/1/ path/no/2/ path/no/3/ I want to ...
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how i can Clipping the result of “find” command?

i execute the following command :-find / -type f -name fs-type -exec svnlook tree {} \; |egrep "/$" the result is svnlook: Can't open file ...
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solaris 10 and windows shares

Currently I have windows only environment with multiple servers and some server access shared directories in other servers like this \server1\sharedir1 (win server) \server2\sharedir2 (win server) ...
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repository and its content?

how i can view svn repository and its directory .... i have large number of svn repository
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list directory entries in the svn repository

please every body help me .... i am going to explain my problem and i hope if anyone know the answer support me by it. i want to konw the list directory entries in the svn repository ...i konw "list" ...
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How to Get IP Conflict Message in Solaris 10

I am using Solaris 10, and SunStudio. I want to get the Error Message in my Program, when my system IP conflics with another one on the Network. Please reply if some one know the solution. Thanks ...
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'pargs' command in FreeBSD or Linux

What's the FreeBSD (or Linux) equivalent to the 'pargs' command, available in Solaris? Many times I want to know what are the environment variables for a given process space, with no help from these ...
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How i can List directory entries in the repository ? (i have a large number of repository)

I know "list command" -> List directory entries in the repository ... but my problem is i have a large number of repository ... if i want to perform list command to each repository the result is large ...
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svn list password ?

please how i can give "svn list" password as argumant ... because when i execute this command it require password .... i want it without password
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execute command within command

i want to ask if i can execute command within command ? like :- command (other command)
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How to write shell scripts in Sun Solaris?

I am new to Unix shell scripting. So can anybody help me? How to write shell scripts in Sun Solaris? How to run/execute the script? Please post in detail.
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PDF for ubuntu server and solaris server commandline

please if anyone have a "pdf" contain a full list of ubunt(server) commandline with detail and other one for sun solaris(server)
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how i can execute more than one command at the same time ? (OS = sun solaris)

how i can execute more than one command at the same time ? (OS = sun solaris)
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Solaris 10: winbind can't connect to Active Directory

Goal: join a Solaris 10 machine to an existing Active Directory. Steps I did: Installed software (Samba 3.4.2 from http://www.sunfreeware.com) Received a Kerberos ticket with kinit ...
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how i can get all svn repository in notpad or excel sheet for example ? (OS = sunsolaris)

after execute $svn list command i found a large number of repository ...and it is complex to find all repository(some svn repository exist in folder within folder within folder and so on) ...if you ...
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Displaying the contents of a Subversion repository

I would like to be able to list out the contents of a subversion repository from a Sun Solaris client. What svn subcommand, or options, do I need to give to do this?
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Could anyone give me some suggestion about configure secure audit system

I'm new about configure audit system. And I have some tasks such as configure audit system to audit failed attempts to access files and programs. configure audit system to audit files and programs ...
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How does one troubleshoot when a system hangs?

On Solaris 10, how do you generally troubleshoot when a system hangs. For example - when i run a command say metastat and hit enter, the system hangs. press control C it comes out and on again running ...
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Solaris SMF kill service because child dies

I am using SMF to manage a service under Solaris10. This service is itself a process manager, and forks off many child processes, some of which die occasionally (or are killed for various reasons). ...
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Solaris/Unix equivalent of Event Log

What is the unix equivalent of the Windows Event Log - the tool that logs all processes that start and stop. Need not be exact - with the whole GUI and everything. Anything close would do.
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any multi-boot loader for linux?

Is there any multi-boot loader available for Linux(ubuntu) as primary OS? Because need to run Ubuntu, Solaris and Red-hat on same machine.
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how to set environment variable in Solaris (in .profile)

how do I set an environment variable in my .profile file that takes into account if the variable exists and appends to it? To explain: I want to do export ANT_OPTS=-Dparam=value but if the ...
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Issue with broken disk on Solaris with raidctl - how to proceed

I have a SunFire T2000 server which has 2 mirrored disks pairs. The server required an exchange of the system battery. After swaping the battery first no disks were found. After booting from CD we ...
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Solaris: remap devices

I have iSCSI lun connected as /dev/rdsk/c2xxxxxxxx need to rename it to /dev/rdsk/c1xxxxxxxx how can I do this? Modifying /etc/path_to_inst doesn't help.
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time required to Build server configuration [closed]

I need an advice on time required to build the following items. 1) oracle 10g installtion 2) Apache web server 3) Solaris OS 4) Setting of backup service for server 5) Big IP Load balancer A quick ...
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Solaris resources for Linux administrators

I will have to deal with some Solaris machines in a couple of months, but I am a born and raised Linux admin (since like, 1997). Even so, Unixes are Unixes and even if they have their differences, ...
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Regarding CPU Utilization in Solaris

I would like to know how to find out the following for a Solaris box: Number of occurrences of CPU Utilization at 100% Duration of time CPU stayed at 100% Is there any variant of sar command ...
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Mount 'dd' backup via lofi

I've got a 9G backup from a dead Solaris machine (SS20) that I'm trying to mount via lofi in Solaris. It won't mount the entire image file and I'm not sure how to discover the partition layout so as ...
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Why are Solaris logins slow when remote storage server NFS mounted?

We've got a curious problem with one of our Solaris (10, U8) servers. If we have our extra storage array mounted via NFS, the Solaris user logins are exceptionally slow. Unmount the storage device ...
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Solaris 10 iSCSI and zfs zvol devices

Has anyone an experience working with Solaris 10 iSCSI and zfs zvol devices? From my experience in OpenSolaris 2009.6, zvol devices are slow and people use files as a disk images to store LUNs, it's ...
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Unable to mount /export/home under Solaris after some disk errors on boot

uname -a SunOS pyro 5.8 Generic_108528-14 sun4u sparc SUNW,Sun-Blade-100 I'm not on the console -- but a coworker told me the system had disk errors on boot. All of the partitions seem to have ...
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Use of libcrypto.so.0.9.7

Can anyone point out the use of libcrypto.so.0.9.7 in solaris? I know it is used for SSH.
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How to check solaris LDOM build?

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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solaris command interpretation

"/app (/dev/dsk/c0d1s0 ):51430396 blocks 3098364 files" What is the size of UFS in the command above; does block means the total space allocation?
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Solaris Commands

Any reference to solaris commands, I need to check some solaris LDOM for various parameters, so need the list of solaris commands.
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Perl, Solaris: CPAN module install failed. How can I find out why?

I'm trying to install the File::Tail module using CPAN an older Solaris 10 (SunOS 5.10) box. I get an error when trying to install the module, but I see no indication why this failed anywhere in the ...
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does solaris LDOM require seperate license

we are planning to install 5-6 LDOMS on Sun server T5240, as the server is purchased from Sun so the OS license is free. but does creating many LDOMS require some additional license? please revert ...
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Weird output from df on Solaris 9

I just ran df -h on a Solaris 9 machine and got a a very weird output, something I have never seen before. /proc 0K 0K 0K 0% /proc mnttab 0K 0K ...
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Strangeness using /usr/xpg4/bin/tr and /usr/bin/tr on Solaris 9

I have a file looking like this, "xxxxxx" "yyyyyy" "aaaaaa" "cccccc" "bbbbbb" "eeeeee" "oooooo" "zzzzzz" Wanting to replace each \n in this file I use: tr '\n' ',' < INPUT > OUTPUT Which ...
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Adobe Acrobat Reader 8 for Solaris 8?

Has anyone got anything more recent than Acrobat 4 working on Solaris 8. I realize the OS is obsolete but we have un-ported software.
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Solaris NFS server: don't resolve IPs

Is there any way to configure Solaris NFS server to not backresolve IPs of the client machines when checking access control, except specifying @ before every IP? We never use hostnames so would like ...
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Tool similar to CURL that can POST information via command line

Is there any tool that can perform actions similar to CURL, basically I need to post JSON to a server via a command line. I tried using CURL, but it requires way to many dependencies, which is not ...
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What does * * * * * (five asterisks) in a cron file mean? [duplicate]

The first noncomment line in a legacy crontab file begins with five asterisks: * * * * * ([a_command]) >/dev/null 2>&1 The authors are gone, so I do not know their intent. What does ...
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Solaris OS latest version for i386

I am running following solaris OS on I386 processors: $ uname -a SunOS oobleck 5.10 Generic_127128-11 i86pc i386 i86pc $ CC -V CC: Sun C++ 5.8 Patch 121018-11 2007/05/02 I checked on Oracle's web ...
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ZFS file deletion and its relationship to disk space

I deleted a large file (many gigs) from a Solaris system and it didn't seem to recover the amount of space on the zpool equal to the size of the file. Is there any reason that I wouldn't see this ...