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The echo service is a service that dates back to the early internet, when links were unreliable, and it was useful to have a way of checking that what you were sending was received and understood by the other end. So echo is a service that simply sends back whatever was sent to it: [me@lory ~]$ telnet localhost echo Trying ::1... Connected to localhost. ...


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This is when the install is on the Solaris machine; In order to use the USB stick as a boot media, you will need to have the OpenBoot version higher than 4.27 (when you get to the ok prompt you see the banner that tells you your Open Boot version).. If that condition is met, you can try to use the USB stick prep by the link provided in the first response by ...


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It is not possible within the Solaris scheduling design to give the hard limits that you are looking for. The closest options are either: RT for the critical process; or, Terminating the non-critical process when the critical process needs the CPU and restarting once that need is satisfied; or, Using process signals SIGSTOP/SIGCONT to put the non-critical ...


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Run your second application under the fixed priority class and with it the lowest possible priority. If it is already running, you can set it using its pid: priocntl -c FX -m 0 -p 0 -s -i pid <pid> Or do it at launch time: priocntl -c FX -m 0 -p 0 -e command [arguments ...] Edit: Note that the FX scheduling class shouldn't be confused with the ...


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Turned out I had to disable the SCU in the BIOS.


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To remove the vlan tag you need to set the vswitch as follows, explicitly setting vid= to empty ldm set-vswitch vid= net-dev=net0 linkprop=phys-state inter-vnet-link=on 192.168.115.0_24 This will leave all the other vswitch settings as before, removing just the VID value root@my-server:/# ldm ls -l -o network rdom-115-45 NAME rdom-115-45 ...



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