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1 System Booting and Testing
1.1 The OK-Prompt
1.2 Testing at a Console
1.3 Rebooting a Sun Workstation
1.4 Testing the System
1.4.1 Banner
1.4.2 probe
1.4.3 test all
1.4.4 printenv and devalias
1.4.5 Disabling the Network-Interface Error Message
2 Administering Disks
2.1 Logical Device Names
2.2 Partitions
2.3 Crash Dumps
2.4 Example
2.5 Removable Devices
2.5.1 Volume Management
2.5.2 Floppy
2.5.3 CD-ROM
2.5.4 CD-R and CD-RW
2.5.5 USB Memory Sticks
2.5.6 Tapes
2.6 Cloning a Disk
2.6.1 Cloning Using Internal Disks
2.6.2 Cloning Using a Crossover Cable
2.7 Mirroring the Boot Disk with SDS
Swap Space
3 Swap Space
3.1 Persistent Configuration in /etc/vfstab
3.2 "Raw Partition" Versus Plain File
3.3 Temporary Configuration
4 Installation and Maintenance
4.1 Installation From CD
4.2 Network Installation With Webstart Flash
4.2.1 Step 1: Setting Up the Boot Server
4.2.2 Step 2: Definition of Client Profiles
4.2.3 Step 3: Modify Hosts, Ethers and Netmasks
4.2.4 Step 4: Share /export/install
4.2.5 Step 5: Add Clients
4.2.6 Step 6: Installation of the Master Host
4.2.7 Step 7: Installation of the Other Hosts
4.3 Packages
4.4 Patches
5 X-Server and CDE User Interface
5.1 General Observations
5.2 Customizing the Login Screen
5.3 Startup With Multiple Screens, Xinerama, 24-Bit Color Depth
5.3.1 Multi-Screen
5.3.2 Xinerama
5.3.3 24-Bit Color Depth
5.4 A User-Defined CDE Front Panel
5.4.1 Actions
5.4.2 Icons
5.4.3 Front Panels
6 Frame Buffers and OpenGL
6.1 fbconfig
6.2 OpenGL
6.3 Patch Matrix for Graphics
7.4 User Creation
7.5 Shells and Environment Variables
8 Network Connections
8.1 /etc-files
8.2 Virtual Interfaces
8.3 ifconfig
8.4 Routing
8.5 NIS-Client
8.6 DNS-Client
8.7 DHCP-Client
8.8 sys-unconfig
8.9 10 or 100 Mbit, Half- or Full-Duplex?
8.10 Network Settings: Temporary vs. Persistent
9 Network File System
9.1 NFS-Server
9.2 NFS-Client
9.3 Differences From Other Popular UNIX Systems
9.4 Automounter
10 Tools
10.1 Compiler
10.2 GNU-Tools
10.3 SunPCi™ and SunPCi-II
10.4 StarOffice Software
10.5 Netscape Navigator™ Browser
10.6 Miscellaneous
11 Hint Collection
11.1 Top Hints
11.2 Analysis of the Hardware Configuration
11.2.1 prtdiag
11.2.2 prtconf / path_to_inst
11.2.3 Sun Explorer Software
11.3 Analysis of Runtime Data
11.3.1 time/ptime
11.3.2 top / prstat / ps
11.3.3 vmstat / mpstat
11.3.4 iostat
11.3.5 sdtperfmeter, xcpustate, and sdtprocess
11.3.6 32-Bit or 64-Bit?
11.4 Debugging
11.4.1 Truss
11.4.2 pstack, pmap, and so on
11.4.3 snoop
11.5 Common Pitfalls
Books and Web Sites
12 Books and Web Sites
12.1 Books
12.2 Web Sites
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Solaris Sys Admin

Solaris Sys Admin

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