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comment Create tar file on Solaris and untar the file on Linux is it right?
Hmm. It doesn't matter much if GNU tar isn't doing things "by the book" (the book being POSIX). If everyone is using GNU tar - even if GNU tar is painting outside the lines - then I'm of the impression that things will always work. GNU tar is always compatible with self, right?
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answered Create tar file on Solaris and untar the file on Linux is it right?
Mar
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comment Practical difference between SPARC vs x86
Another point: Oracle uses a great deal of time putting "software in silicon", i.e. they migrate operations from their db software into the SPARC chip. The SPARC boxes have always been good at I/O (a bit like what mainframes are good at too) and if you couple that with the "software in silicon" trend it means you can get superior db performance on a SPARC box compared to a X86 box.
Mar
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revised How to get the path details from the proccess ID?
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comment Solaris 11 / OpenSolaris - stop processes from listening?
+1. To clarify: What is new in Solaris 11 is the -u argument on netstat.
Oct
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revised Solaris 11 sshd brute force protection. DenyHosts equivalent for Solaris 11
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answered Solaris 11 sshd brute force protection. DenyHosts equivalent for Solaris 11
Sep
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comment Solaris legacy container free?
Then you don't even need LDOMs.
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revised Solaris legacy container free?
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