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solaris: verify that access to all binaries is in accordance with the associated package

I need to verify that access (mode, owner) to all(!) binaries on a solaris 10 box are in accordance with the package that they came from. I could do something like /usr/bin/find / -type f -perm ...
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Solaris 11: Make sunrpc listen only on localhost

There is an open port 111 (sunrpc) that I want to secure. On a fresh install of Solaris, how can I get this to only listen on localhost? This, I think, would be a cleaner way than using ipfilter, if I ...
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Solaris prstat RSS does not add up

So, on a Solaris 10 10/09 zone, I am seeing all resident memory being used up. In attempting to located the process that is allocating all our physical memory, I notice that the RSS totals "prstat" ...
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How to read backward from the end of file in less or more?

I've found one way so far: less +G filename, but it's scroll up only with up key line by line. What's more powerful less usages which provide scrolling by page, pattern search backward and so on?
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Extremely slow startup of tomcat

I have a tomcat 7 installation on a Solaris 10 server. My problem is that starting the server (or deploying a new war) is extremely slow. It usually take 30 - 60 minutes. The war application is a ...
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iostat taking lot of time to return

I have a solaris 10 server with a lot of SAN disks (close to 1000 across all paths). iostat -En takes close to 5 min to return. Is there a way to figure out what is causing the delay? truss hasn't ...
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crontab environment

I have written various scripts to launch Java server applications, which are typically run for 24 hours before being shut down (by invoking the same script with a different parameter). The script ...
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Ubuntu client can't mount Nexenta NFS

I have a Nexenta storage box (Solaris), which exports an NFS share. Mac OS X and older Ubuntu clients can mount the NFS share just fine, without any special options. Later version of Ubuntu simply ...
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NFS compound failed for server foosrv: error 7 (RPC: Authentication error)

I'm setting up an Ubuntu NFS server with a Solaris 10 client. The basic configuration looks okay to me, and it was also working for some time. I'm getting an "RPC: Authentication error" message on the ...
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ZFS backup advice with another server

I currently have two servers both have the exact same hardware, disks, etc. One server (server1) is going to be the "main" server. It's basically a server with raidz2 that has SMB shares on it that ...
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Solaris pcfs error on unknown device

I'm trying to make sense of this error I see in my "dmesg" log. When I type dmesg to look at the kernel messages I see errors like this: NOTICE: pcfs: alternate FAT #1 (start LBA 341a) corrupted at ...
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Solaris ZFS, cant send/recv to remote encrypted pools?

I'm trying to do a simple task, which is to send a snapshot of a dataset to a remote pool. Both src/dest pools are encrypted. Here is the command I issue: zfs send -R testsnapshot@2014 | ssh ...
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How to migrate a ZFS filesystem to use compression?

Question at the bottom. I have several ZFS file system I would like to use ZFS compression, but since enabling the compression will only affect new data written to the file system, I would like to ...
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Cannot see all disks on Solaris 10 using on a Dell Perc5i Dual Channel Raid Controller

I have a Dell PowerEdge 2950 running Solaris 10 with 8 drives. I want to swap some of the drives out for new ones. My issue as of right now is that I only see half of them and there does not appear ...
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Solaris: Encrypting a zpool NOT a dataset within a pool?

What is the way in Solaris to encrypt a zpool? All the documentation supporting ZFS encryption talk about using "zfs create" and specifying a dataset WITHIN a pool. I just became SA for several ...
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getting an application to run with the same priority as cpu idle

I have a solaris server that needs to run a timecritical application as fast as possible, although setting it to the RT priority class doesnt seem like a good idea since it may need 100 CPU for ...
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How to see complete process name that is running using prstat command on solaris

I am running command "prstat -v" on Solaris but it is showing very short process name as below: (see last column values under PROCESS/NLWP). Which option in prstat gives me complete process name that ...
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Solaris 11.1 Install Error (USB)

I'm trying to install Solaris 11.1 on a Supermicro SYS-1027GR-TR2 from the LiveDVD. It is not on Oracle's HCL but it is on Supermicro's Solaris 11.1 supported list. At the beginning of LiveDVD boot, ...
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how to boot and install opensolaris using USB drive

I have a server that does not have a CD/DVD drive.. How can opensolaris be installed using USB interface? specifically what tools/steps that need to be performed to prepare USB flash drive as install ...
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Solaris SSH Server Log Destinaton IP Address

To stay compliant, it's required that my Solaris 10 SSH server log the destination IP address in addition to the existing port logging. Is it possible to add the destination IP address in the authlog? ...
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How can I set up a VM of Solaris 11 / Sparc on Windows / x86 host? [closed]

I need to test a custom binary that was originally compiled for an earlier version of Solaris on Solaris 11. Being poor, I don't have a spare SPARC server lying around on which I can install Solaris ...
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Solaris10 x86 mirror. Making second disk booteable when failure

Did a mirror (RAID1) with Solaris 10 in x86. Everything OK. Now, I´m trying to make the second disk booteable, this is: from grub or in case of failure of disk1. I edited /boot/grub/menu.lst: ...
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How to remove a VLAN tag from a VSwitch (VSW) in LDom OVM SPARC

I have a OVM SPARC 3.x server and one of its switches is set with a vlan tag. In the example below the VSW has a VID of 200. How do I remove the tag? I cannot remove the vswitch, as other guests are ...
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How avoid to write the password in the configuration file of SVN?

I am configuring the server SVN Collabnet (v1.5.6.1 for Solaris 10). I succeeded to use the ldap server for SVN authentication. How avoid to write a non encrypted password (XXXXX, here) in the ...
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How to recover free space on deleted files without restarting the referencing processes?

When big files are deleted on a server, the files might still be referenced by processes, so the file system doesn't have more free space. I tried to use lsof, but it seems it didn't list the deleted ...
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inetd and echo service

inetd - From Wikipedia, inetd (internet service daemon) is a super-server daemon on many Unix systems that provides Internet services. For each configured service, it listens for requests from ...
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EMC storage - set login/password VIA naviseccli command

I have two NETRA machines that connected to EMC storage ( EMC flare 28 ) I installed Solaris 10 on both NETRA machines my question - is it possible to set the login and password for EMC storage by: ...
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Tar files older than x days

I have a directory which I would like to scan through and add each file older than 50 days to a new archive named archive.tar All files older than 50 days must be in one big tar not a tar for each ...
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What is the difference between truss -D and truss -E?

I am currently analyzing a command on Solaris that reads from a file and has very low performance. The truss -D commands shows me read system calls taking up to 0.03 seconds, but when I use truss -E, ...
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Solaris snoop on SSL headers

Is there a way to snoop (on Solaris) SSL headers ( I don't actually need to capture SSL data ) so that I can ensure SSL is not blocked by any firewalls before entering my server.
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Solaris NFS Mount Permissions [closed]

I've created an NFS share and have added to vfstab. However, I'm not able to change permissions or create directories as ROOT on the server where it is mounted. $ mkdir test mkdir: Failed to make ...
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Solaris kernel parameter equivalence to Linux

I have set the following tcp kernel parameters in Solaris ndd -set /dev/tcp tcp_ip_abort_interval 120000 ndd -set /dev/tcp tcp_rexmit_interval_max 15000 ndd -set /dev/tcp tcp_rexmit_interval_min ...
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Apache Crashes Every Night Due To “Too Many Open Files”

I am running a SmartMachine on Joyent. I beleive these are some sort of virtual machine running Solaris. We have a web application on this machine running on Apache, PHP, and MySQL. It handles our ...
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Why does ssh -f create multiple processes when a pipe is used? [closed]

When I on my Linux host do ssh -f 10.10.47.47 "/opt/omni/bin/mbuffer -4 -v 0 -q -I 8024 | /usr/sbin/zfs receive tank/test" then I see on the remote host 27349 ? S 0:00 bash -c ...
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How do I sleep for a millisecond in bash or ksh

sleep is a very popular command and we can start sleep from 1 second: # wait one second please sleep 1 but what the alternative if I need to wait only 0.1 second or between 0.1 to 1 second ? ...
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Compiling Apache mod_ssl for different target hardware (hardware capability unsupported SSE2 error)

I am building and packaging the following on one machine (the "build" machine) and attempting to install and use on other machines ("target" machines) some of which have different processors. ...
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writting to disk is taking more time in solaris

writing in disk taking more time, application is not working properly due to this delay in disk on solaris machine. how to find out the disk(md500) is faulty or anything problem with disk $ iostat ...
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Solaris 10 inside KVM (Ubuntu 14.04) - network card not working

I have a problem with getting network running on a Solaris 10 guest running on a Ubuntu 14.04 kvm host. Installation of the guest runs fine but I can get no network connectivity from the guest to the ...
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Operator \> and \< (string version comparison) are not recognised in shell script

I am trying to run Casandra nodetool and getting warnings coming from .sh script. [root@d11ca4cc-fa95-c8a9-e133-e64c434f0e6f ~]# nodetool status /opt/local/share/cassandra/bin/nodetool[53]: .[97]: ...
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Granting user enough privileges to run ifconfig on IllumOS (OmniOS)

I sense this should be a very simple question, but somehow I cannot find a solution. I have a non-root user and I would like to grant this user enough permissions or privileges, so he can run ...
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Installing Tivoli TWS from the command line on Solaris

Is there a HOW-TO or tutorial for installing Tivoli Workload Scheduler 9.2 from the command line? Solaris 11 preferred but anything Unix-like would be helpful. Explanation: the person in charge ...
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Refresh ipfilter configuration while keeping state

I have ipfilter running on a Solaris 11.2 server with rules similar to: pass in log first quick proto tcp from any to any port = 22 flags S keep state I would like to be able to edit and reload the ...
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Solaris 11 sshd brute force protection. DenyHosts equivalent for Solaris 11

I'm getting regular attempts to brute force ssh on a x86 solaris 11.1 server. On linux I use DenyHosts to block connections after a number of incorrect login attempts. Is there a similar package for ...
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Remote server lost login information during puppet deploy

Let me discuss some background on how this situation came to be first. Skip the first paragraph if you're not interested in the details. I am in a committee in my study community that manages said ...
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How to update solaris 10 to be safe from shellshock bug?

Saw this post here. Logged into my Solaris server in ssh and tried patchadd 19689293 and it just says it cannot find the patch.
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Solaris - How to see if Bash is installed

never touched Solaris before is there an easy command to see if Bash is installed? Probably a silly question, thanks for your help
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Solaris projects id and group id should be the same?

I had defined a project under group mqm group.mqm projid : 100 users : mqm groups : mqm attribs: process.max-file-descriptor=(basic,10000,deny) ...
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CIFS shares disconnection

On a SOLARIS system I have a CIFS share on which clients access via AD. The problem is that it desconnects (once a day maybe) when it should remain persistent. I have every time to rejoin again to the ...
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Used memory on Solaris 10

One more question about memory on Solaris 10. A top shows me that I have 672 MB free memory : 130 processes: 126 sleeping, 2 zombie, 2 on cpu CPU states: 95.1% idle, 3.9% user, 1.0% kernel, 0.0% ...
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Proper way to create a zfs off an existing directory?

Lets say I have an rpool with etc/ as a regular directory within it and now I want to create a separate zfs rpool/etc, obviously inheriting all the data I had in original /etc. What would be the most ...