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Thanks Dae, They've updated the instructions a bit for Solaris 11 UI, the line in /etc/pam.conf is now: password required pam_smb_passwd.so.1 nowarn And you also have to call: sudo smbadm enable-user [username] Source


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I'm going to include the answer to this question for FreeBSD for sake of completeness. According to man du: -A Display the apparent size instead of the disk usage. This can be helpful when operating on compressed volumes or sparse files.


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According to this site there is a build time option for libcurl that specifies where the path to the CA bundle is: Add the CA cert for your server to the existing default CA cert bundle. The default path of the CA bundle used can be changed by running configure with the --with-ca-bundle option pointing out the path of your choice. In addition to ...


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Solaris 11 ZFS uses NFSv4 ACLs rather than POSIX ACLs. Linux doesn't have NFSv4 ACLs on ZFS at all, and seems like it never will. While NFSv4 ACLs are a superset of POSIX ACLs, seems like only Solaris can transfer/translate POSIX ACLs to NFSv4 ones during file moving/copying. So, concluding, I don't see a way to preserve ACL in ZFS snapshots. Either use ...


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svcs -l apache22 shows that the SMF service manifest can be found in /lib/svc/manifest/network/http-apache22.xml. Looking at the manifest, it shows that the refresh method is defined as: <exec_method type='method' name='refresh' exec='/lib/svc/method/http-apache22 refresh' ...


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I'll add this answer to document what I found out about monitoring events (may also be useful in other cases): While trying to ask the question on unix/linux.SE, I noticed a useful thread about using udev on Linux to monitor for kernel events. As an equivalent tools for Solaris, I stumbled upon the suggestion to use syseventadm which watches for sysevents ...


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Onboard Sata/AHCI is hotplug capable but this is disabled in OmniOS per default: To enable add the following line to /etc/system set sata:sata_auto_online=1


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Interesting question... a bit of a science experiment, as I'd probably just use USB or send remotely or have this on a schedule... But in your case, I wouldn't try to "look" for the disk at all from a cfgadm or log parsing manner. That's not scalable. I'd simply name the removable disk with a unique ZFS pool name and script logic around a periodic zpool ...


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It has already been said in Setup SunFire 440 Raid Configuration that the onboard controller only supports mirroring, no raid 5. As per http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19088-01/v440.srvr/816-7728-10/816-7728-10.pdf : On the Sun Fire V440 server, the Ultra-4 SCSI controller supports internal hardware disk mirroring using the Solaris operating environment raidctl ...


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Software: Solaris 10: use SVM metainit command as linked in the comments already Solaris 11: use ZFS (raidZ), see http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E53394_01/html/E54801/gcvjg.html#scrolltoc Hardware: RAID 5 not supported by the controller on the V440. Mirroring is supported though. Use the raidctl command, see ...


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The documentation from Oracle is your best friend when it comes to Solaris questions. The short answer is that pkg update or pkg update --accept will update Solaris to the most recent packages available from the IPS repositories you have enabled on your system. The long answer: For Solaris 11+, software has moved from SVR4 packages and patches to IPS ...



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