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Thursday, February 28. 2008
Solaris' Service Management Facility
Joerg Moellenkamp wrote a great 5-part tutorial about Solaris' Service Management Facility (SMF). Everybody who is working with SMFs but actually it not using efficiently should read Joerg's tutorial- it's absolutelly worth reading!
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Tracked: Feb 28, 15:13
You need a manifest for Service Management Facility. It´s simple service, so no complex property configurations or multiple instances. Then easySMF may a helpful tool for you. EasySMF is a web based tool to create simple manifests for direct import to th
Tracked: Apr 29, 09:58
The Deliverer's Knowledge: What's the max. number of IP instances per NIC?
An foreword by Jörg: This is the first blog entry written by Heiko. "the deliverer's knowledge" is just a working title and it's referring to the fact, that Heiko delivers vast knowledge on a daily basis at various customer sites. I just add the c0t0d0s0.
Tracked: Oct 28, 21:40
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The LKSF book
The book with the consolidated Less known Solaris Tutorials is available for download here
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Fri, 28.04.2017 13:47
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Thu, 27.04.2017 22:31
You say: "The following dat a modifying procedures are syn chronous: WRITE (with stable f lag set to FILE_SYNC), C [...]
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