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howto fix/etc/ioconfig /stand/ioconfig inconsistent

Boot into single mode mv /etc/ioconfig /etc/ioconfig.bak mv /stand/ioconfig /stand/ioconfig.bak issue “ioinit -c” reboot

cannot backup >8gb file using tar

fbackup and frecover is the solution when old tar program cannot backup file over 8GB. here is the convention backup to tape device tar -cvf /dev/rmt/0m /path/to/backup1 /path/to/backup2 fbackup -vf /dev/rmt/0m -i /path/to/backup1 /path/to/backup2 restore from tape device tar -xvf /dev/rmt/0m frecover -xvf /dev/rmt/0m -i /path/in/fbackup -i /path/in/fbackup the -i specify the path your backed…

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hpux: how to boot into single mode

interrupt the boot prompt and then enter “hpux -iS”

AIX for the System Administrator

AIX for the System Administrator

Solaris for the System Administrator

Solaris for the System Administrator

How to boot system into emergency mode in solaris

IA32 system: 1) At boot, prompt type b –s : To boot system into single mode b –a : To boot system step-by-step i.e. interactively. SPARC System: 1) At Ok, prompt type: boot –s : To boot system into single mode boot –a : To boot system step-by-step i.e. interactively See also Solaris > How…

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spmi: Common Memory locked by process

The SPMI (System Performance Measurement Interface) is the interface used by any program that provides performance statistics (topas, nmon, xmperf, etc). Steps to recycle System Performance Measurement Interface (SPMI): 1. Stop all the processes which use the SPMI shared library (xmservd, filtd, xmperf, 3dmon, ptxrlog, harmd, topas, any PSSP process) 2. Run ipcs -m command…

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where can I find tcpdump for solaris?

you can find solaris’ tool “snoop” in /usr/sbin NAME snoop – capture and inspect network packets SYNOPSIS snoop [-aqrCDNPSvV] [-t [r | a | d]] [-c maxcount] [-d device] [-i filename] [-n filename] [-o filename] [-p first [, last]] [-s snaplen] [-x offset [, length]] [expression]

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