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When going in the direction from Solaris --> Linux it is generally okay to create with Sun's tar and then extract with Linux tar (aka GNU tar). This is because GNU tar is a superset of Sun's tar. But to be safe you should really make it a habit to always to use GNU Tar on Solaris, in particular if you are unpacking something that originates from another ...


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TL;DR; — yes, tar files are fairly standard, you will be able to handle them on a wide range of UNIX-like systems. This is so unless you use GNU-specific tar extensions in your files. See http://www.gnu.org/software/tar/manual/html_node/Extensions.html for details. Console options might be different — this is due to the fact Solaris'es tar relates to ...


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Sure, that will be OK - tar files are not tied to a single platform.


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Login to your machine as root user. Run the snoop command as shown below: root@psp-2 # snoop -o /export/home/john/file.pcap Using device vnet0 (promiscuous mode) Press Ctrl+C to stop the packet capture. You can check the desired packet capture at the mentioned path.


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Make an USB device bootable for Solaris from Windows. Format usb FAT (not FAT32 OR NTFS) Go to http://www.osforensics.com/tools/write-usb-images.html an download Imageusb install imageusb software when open choose the usb unit you want make bootable SELECT THE ACTION TO BE PERFOMED. Choose option WRITE TO USB DRIVE SELECT THE IMAGE. when browse to find ...


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The cfgadm command works on all Solaris systems EXCEPT non-global Zones: cfgadm > /dev/null 2>&1 if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then #cfgadm command failed, must be a non-global zone: echo "This is a non-global zone". fi


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Resilvering is a vdev optionation, as you implied only the storage devices in that vdev are used to rebuild the new device. I'm not sure why it quotes the full size of the zpool, but I suspect the developers borrowed code from the scrub functions, or that it simply quotes the full zpool size as that would be the worst case scenario.


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If you use #includedir rather than #include visudo won't try to edit the included files unless they have syntax errors.



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