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from console type init 0 than it will go to OK prompt.From there type OK> boot -s it will boot up and it will ask for root password to go to maintenance mode.Put the root password.it will go to single user mode.Type who -r to verify.


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From the manual: Value too large for defined data type Cause The user ID or group ID of an IPC object or file system object was too large to be stored in an appropriate member of the caller-provided structure. Action Run the application on a newer system, or ask the program’s author to fix this condition. Technical ...


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Easily. Physical memory that is shared between processes - either IPCS shared memory or some of the mmap()'d physical memory used by shared objects - will be counted in the RSS of every process that maps that memory into its address space. There's no easy way to account for this when the starting point for counting memory usage is enumerating processes - ...


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If you're looking for something specific, this might do it: cat yourfile.txt | grep "something specific" | less I use it for searching log files. It's still in the 'wrong' order though, but much shorter. After reading Dennis Williamson's answer, that's my new method =)


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For zfs, per the zfs man page, use zfs userspace filesystem to get a listing for all users on a file system, and use zfs get [-r] userused@user filesystem to get space used by a particular user on a filesystem. Use the -r option to zfs get ... to get user usage on all descendents of the filesystem, too. Be aware that this will return not just descendent ...


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There are a couple of explanations. One of them is that the system lost contact to the disk for a while and is now updating the latest changes to that disk. You should not remove a disk while it is resilvering, because RAIDz1 has only a single disk fault tolerance.


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My first question is: What the reason that the swap memory is increasing – because high level of RAM usage or something else? You dont have high level of ram usage. read this You can check by typing free -h or free -m and look at the line with -/+ buffers/cache: The reason for increasing swap usage is because you only have 2GB of ram and ...


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What the reason that the swap memory is increasing – because high level of RAM usage or something else? Yes, High level of RAM usage Second - is it possible to verify how much memory a process holds? Most of the methods are indicative to find out how much memory a process holds. There is no accurate way of measuring this as lot of factors add ...


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Resilvering (and scrubbing) involves walking the entire B-Tree of the pool, and re-silvering blocks that would have been on the missing disk. Without walking through every single txg in the tree, it cannot know which blocks would have been on the missing disk, hence it scans the entire metadata universe for the pool. It doesn't necessarily read all the ...


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If a significant amount of swap is in use (more than just a few MB) then the system is indeed in a memory crunch - your example shows such case - the system typically becomes sluggish in such conditions. A small amount may be normal, typically indicating memory pages swapped out (during a memory crunch which happened sometimes in the past) which weren't ...


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Have you tried using the diskinfo command? http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23823_01/html/816-5166/diskinfo-1m.html


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Write the complete or partial WWID or WWN of the disk on its label or record it somewhere in a slot map. Also see: Identify Disks on SuperMicro server running FreeBSD



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