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Mar
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comment tomcat6 on CentOS 6: cannot stop/restart service
Doesn't make any difference. Your distro's service script are really just a wrap around Tomcat's own scripts, AFAIK.
Mar
22
answered tomcat6 on CentOS 6: cannot stop/restart service
Mar
7
comment How can I set up a VM of Solaris 11 / Sparc on Windows / x86 host?
Do you have the source code? The reason for my question is that except for very, very, very special cases the C or C++ code for a Solaris SPARC vs a Solaris X86 application would be completely identical. So unless you are doing something very, very, very special you can build, compile and test your application on X86 (in e.g. VirtualBox) and then rather safely assume it will work on SPARC as well. I would still do a final verification on SPARC though, just in case your code has made implicit assumptions about endianess - which is the most common error programmers make.
Feb
16
comment What is default shell for users in /etc/passwd for Solaris 11?
@Iain. Sorry. Mistook you for the OP.
Feb
16
comment What is default shell for users in /etc/passwd for Solaris 11?
Edited my answer: added a link which you may find useful and made it more clear what part is the answer to your question and what part is just "bonus info" (which you can disregard)
Feb
16
revised What is default shell for users in /etc/passwd for Solaris 11?
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Feb
16
comment export the same folder with NFS and SMB
@Eldamir. You mean Solaris as the file server or as the client? Solaris 11 is an excellent file server and has kernel-mode support for SMB which basically means that you no longer need Samba in Solaris 11 and later. But if you like Samba then you can of course still use Samba on Solaris. Solaris also has ZFS which means you don't really need hardware RAID. These are the reasons why you see many NAS solutions that are build on top of Solaris or its derivatives.
Feb
16
answered Fix Solaris 11 GNU tools location for RVM
Feb
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answered What is default shell for users in /etc/passwd for Solaris 11?
Jan
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revised tomcat looks like it is reloading constantly
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Jan
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comment Logging not getting disabled
LOG4J vs JULI logging has nothing to do with your issue. The only reason to switch logging framework in this case would be if you cannot figure out how to configure JULI logging as opposed to configuring LOG4J ... but that would be treating the symptom and not he cause.
Jan
26
comment Logging not getting disabled
@6nagi9: It's not the JRE's logging.properties you need to change, it is that of Tomcat which you'll find in the $CATALINA_BASE/conf/logging.properties, alternatively one of the webapps on that Tomcat may have its own logging properties and in that case it will (typically) be in .../webapps/<appname>/WEB-INF/classes/logging.properties file.
Jan
26
answered tomcat looks like it is reloading constantly
Jan
26
comment Issues while untaring in Linux- tarball created from Solaris
Can't you just use gtar on Solaris? (see unix.stackexchange.com/questions/66415/…). Personally I've made it a habit always to use gtar on Solaris, rather than tar.
Jan
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Jan
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revised omnios install to USB stick or SD card
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Jan
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answered omnios install to USB stick or SD card
Dec
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comment Command/tool to prevent running an app more than once
Does Monit solve the run-only-once requirement?