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How to use wget to install packages from OpenCSW in Solaris.

You can find packages for Solaris 8, Solaris 9 and Solaris 10 in OpenCSW. OpenCSW is a open source software distribution of repository which packages dedicated for Solaris platforms. You can easily download it and use the required packages. [symple_box color="blue" fade_in="false" float="center" text_align="left" width=""] Things you should do [/symple_box] - You can go to

By |2020-07-20T23:15:51+05:30August 19th, 2014|Categories: Solaris, Unix|Tags: , , , , |Comments Off on How to use wget to install packages from OpenCSW in Solaris.

Service Management Facility (SMF) in Solaris 10 – Part II

With Service Management Facility (SMF) you can provide  service management like rebooting, shutdown, refreshing with the service configuration. SMF also facilitates service dependencies like service A and service B are depended to each other which need to be in a proper managed order to start up. [symple_box color="gray" text_align="left" width="100%" float="none"] bash-3.2# who -r                             #current

By |2020-07-20T23:15:51+05:30March 17th, 2014|Categories: Solaris, Unix|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Service Management Facility (SMF) in Solaris 10 – Part II

Service Management Facility (SMF) in Solaris 10 – an introduction.

Service Management Facility (SMF) brings a complete pack of Solaris service configuration and management in a very sorted manner which is accurate and can be interacted simply with Solaris 10. SMF starts services in parallel, according to the dependencies, which allows the system to boot faster and reduces dependency conflicts while using the services. [symple_box

By |2020-07-20T23:15:51+05:30February 15th, 2014|Categories: Solaris, Unix|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Service Management Facility (SMF) in Solaris 10 – an introduction.

INIT commands with Solaris.

INIT commands initializes the commands which are scheduled and run accordingly to get the required results. INIT is also known as first process in UNIX and Linux operating systems. This command below represents the process PID 1 [symple_box color="gray" text_align="left" width="100%" float="none"] bash-3.2# which init /usr/sbin/init The INIT’s config file can be located in bash-3.2#

By |2020-07-20T23:15:51+05:30February 3rd, 2014|Categories: Solaris, Unix|Tags: , , , |Comments Off on INIT commands with Solaris.

Initialization and OpenBoot in Solaris.

These commands will help you in Single user mode and at the boot time. To boot the system. [symple_box color="gray" text_align="left" width="100%" float="none"] # boot [/symple_box] Perform diagnostics on hardware and devices. [symple_box color="gray" text_align="left" width="100%" float="none"] # diag [/symple_box] Test network connectivity. [symple_box color="gray" text_align="left" width="100%" float="none"] # watch-net [/symple_box] When modified server hardware

By |2020-07-20T23:15:51+05:30February 2nd, 2014|Categories: Solaris, Unix|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Initialization and OpenBoot in Solaris.