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I think this might just be a limitation of the way it works. To me it seems to just scan the snapshots for different versions of the current file, so won't show any versions if the file has been renamed. However I'm not sure what you mean by history being lost if you move a file to another directory. On my FreeBSD/Samba system I can view previous versions ...


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Free RAM simply means there is nothing stored in it. That doesn't mean you can use it. It is perfectly possible for the RAM reported to be free not to be usable by your new JVM because other applications have reserved it. In any case, the JVM, just like most applications doesn't ask for RAM but for virtual memory. This is more than likely the issue your ...


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I don't know how OmniOS provides them, but Solaris does not put ChangeLogs in the packages. For Solaris Support Repository Updates (SRUs), the change information is provided in a README document on the My Oracle Support portal instead. Some bug id & CVE id information is provided as metadata in the packages, but that would give you a bare list of id ...


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I have found the solution on another forum, answered just yesterday by the author of napp-it, gea. Relevant excerpt: I also found that OmniOS 151018 is not listed on a Windows machine under "network" even with a Windows server as Master Browser. You can enable Browsing when you set the smbshare property netbios_enable=true (napp-it menu Services > SMB > ...


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What you described are Boot Environments (BE), which will be created automatically on system upgrades or manually with the beadm command. You can have multiple independent BEs, although only a single one can be active at the same time. You also can update/modify each BE separately. Normally you would do that to test specific software versions or a full ...


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As of ZFS on Linux version 0.6.3, ACLs are now supported. To enable them, you must set the acltype dataset property to the value posixacl, e.g.: zfs set acltype=posixacl tank/home If you haven't already, you should also set xattr to sa: zfs set xattr=sa tank POSIX ACLs are stored as extended attributes. Unfortunately, the standard way of storing ...


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This is just a common CR1632 coin type battery which can be bought virtually anywhere in the world for a couple of dollars US. It keeps the system clock running whenever the system is powered off. What's surprising is that (1) it lasted this long, and (2) your company is still using that ancient server. You replace it like any other such battery: pop the ...


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After ignoring this problem for a week, it now suddenly works... I don't know what has caused it, but it works... I have tried the suggestion from this blog, but modified it to include AW as rights. Then I tested it again, this time only with my older deny rules (overwriting the new ones completely), that also worked. Finally I used the very first settings ...



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