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Table Of Contents

Who Should Use This Book
How the System Administration Volumes Are Organized
Accessing Sun Documentation Online
What Typographic Conventions Mean
Shell Prompts in Command Examples
General Conventions
What’s New in Solaris Management Tools?
Matrix of Solaris Management Tools Support
Feature Descriptions for Solaris 9 Management Tools
Feature Descriptions for Solaris 8 Management Tools
Feature Descriptions for Previous Solaris Management Tools
Availability Solaris Management Commands
For More Information About Solaris Management Tools
Solaris Management Console (Overview)
Becoming Superuser (root) or Assuming a Role
Using the Solaris Management Tools With RBAC (Task Map)
Starting the Solaris Management Console
Using the Solaris Management Tools in a Name Service Environment (Task Map)
Adding Tools to the Solaris Management Console
Troubleshooting the Solaris Management Console
What’s New in Managing Users and Groups?
What Are User Accounts and Groups?
Guidelines for Managing User Accounts
Guidelines for Managing Groups
Tools for Managing User Accounts and Groups
What You Can Do With Solaris User Management Tools
Where User Account and Group Information Is Stored
Customizing a User’s Work Environment
Setting Up User Accounts (Task Map)
Maintaining User Accounts (Task Map)
Solaris User Registration
What’s New in Server and Client Management?
Where to Find Server and Client Tasks
What Does Client Support Mean?
Overview of System Types
Diskless Client Management Overview
Managing Diskless Clients (Task Map)
Managing Diskless Clients
Patching Diskless Client OS Services
Troubleshooting Diskless Client Problems
What’s New in Shutting Down and Booting a System?
Where to Find Shutting Down and Booting Tasks
Shutting Down and Booting Terminology
Guidelines for Shutting Down a System
Guidelines for Booting a System
Booting a System From the Network
When to Shut Down a System
When to Boot a System
Run Levels
Run Control Scripts
Shutting Down the System
Turning Off Power to All Devices
SPARC: Booting a System (Task Map)
SPARC: Using the Boot PROM
SPARC: Booting a System
SPARC: Forcing a Crash Dump and Rebooting the System
IA: Booting a System (Task Map)
IA: Booting the Solaris Device Configuration Assistant
IA: Booting a System
IA: Forcing a Crash Dump and Rebooting the System
SPARC: The Boot PROM
SPARC: The Boot Process
IA: The PC BIOS
IA: Boot Subsystems
IA: The Boot Process
What’s New in Managing Removable Media?
Where to Find Managing Removable Media Tasks
Removable Media Features and Benefits
Comparison of Automatic and Manual Mounting
What You Can Do With Volume Management
Accessing Removable Media (Task Map)
Accessing Removable Media (Overview)
Accessing Removable Media on a Remote System (Task Map)
Formatting Removable Media (Task Map)
Formatting Removable Media Overview
Writing Data and Audio CDs
What’s New in Software Management?
Where to Find Software Management Tasks
Overview of Software Packages
Tools for Managing Software Packages
Adding or Removing a Software Package
Key Points for Adding or Removing Software Packages
Guidelines for Removing Packages
Avoiding User Interaction When Adding Packages
Commands for Managing Software Packages
Adding Software With the Solaris Web Start Program
Adding and Removing Software With the Product Registry
Adding and Removing Software Packages With Admintool
Adding and Removing Software Packages With Package Commands
What Is a Patch?
Tools for Managing Solaris Patches
Solaris Patch Distribution
Solaris Patch Numbering
Adding a Solaris Patch
Removing a Solaris Patch
What’s New in Device Management?
Where to Find Device Management Tasks
About Device Drivers
Automatic Configuration of Devices
Displaying Device Configuration Information
Adding a Peripheral Device to a System
Dynamic Reconfiguration and Hot-Plugging
SCSI Hot-Plugging With the cfgadm Command (Task Map)
SCSI Hot-Plugging With the cfgadm Command
Reconfiguration Coordination Manager (RCM) Script Overview
Overview of USB Devices
About USB in the Solaris Environment
Using USB Mass Storage Devices (Task Map)
Using USB Mass Storage Devices
Hot-Plugging USB Devices
Using USB Audio Devices (Task Map)
Using USB Audio Devices
Troubleshooting USB Audio Device Problems
Hot-Plugging USB Devices With the cfgadm Command (Task Map)
Hot-Plugging USB Devices With the cfgadm Command
Accessing Devices
Logical Disk Device Names
Logical Tape Device Names
Logical Removable Media Device Names
What’s New in Disk Management?
Dividing a Disk Into Slices
Administering Disks (Task Map)
Identifying Disks on a System
Formatting a Disk
Displaying Disk Slices
Creating and Examining a Disk Label
Recovering a Corrupted Disk Label
Adding a Third-Party Disk
Automatically Configuring SCSI Disk Drives
Repairing a Defective Sector
Tips and Tricks for Managing Disks
SPARC: Adding a System Disk or a Secondary Disk (Task Map)
IA: Adding a System Disk or a Secondary Disk (Task Map)
IA: Adding a System or Secondary Disk
Recommendations and Requirements for Using The format Utility
Format Menu and Command Descriptions
Types of File Systems
Commands for File System Administration
The Default Solaris File Systems
Swap Space
The UFS File System
Mounting and Unmounting File Systems
Determining a File System’s Type
Creating a UFS File System
Creating a Temporary File System (TMPFS)
Creating a Loopback File System (LOFS)
Overview of Mounting File Systems
Mounting File Systems
Unmounting File Systems
High-Level View of Using the CacheFS File System (Task Map)
Overview of the CacheFS File System
Creating and Mounting a CacheFS File System (Task Map)
Maintaining a CacheFS File System (Task Map)
Maintaining a CacheFS File System
Packing a Cached File System (Task Map)
Packing a CacheFS File System
Collecting CacheFS Statistics (Task Map)
Collecting CacheFS Statistics
About Swap Space
How Do I Know If I Need More Swap Space?
How Swap Space Is Allocated
Planning for Swap Space
Monitoring Swap Resources
Adding More Swap Space
Removing a Swap File From Use
File System Consistency
How the File System State Is Recorded
What the fsck Command Checks and Tries to Repair
Interactively Checking and Repairing a UFS File System
Restoring a Bad Superblock
Syntax and Options for the fsck Command
Default Directories for root (/) and /usr File Systems
The Platform-Dependent Directories
The Structure of Cylinder Groups for UFS File Systems
Custom File System Parameters
Commands for Creating a Customized File System
What’s New in Backing Up and Restoring File Systems?
Where to Find Backup and Restore Tasks
Definition: Backing Up and Restoring File Systems
Why You Should Back Up File Systems
Planning Which File Systems to Back Up
Choosing the Type of Backup
Choosing a Tape Device
High-Level View of Backing Up and Restoring File Systems (Task Map)
Guidelines for Scheduling Backups
Sample Backup Schedules
Backing Up Files and File System (Task Map)
Preparing for File System Backups
Backing Up a File System
Using UFS Snapshots (Task Map)
UFS Snapshots Overview
Creating and Deleting UFS Snapshots
Backing Up a UFS Snapshot
Restoring Files and File System Backups (Task Map)
Preparing to Restore Files and File Systems
Restoring Files and File Systems
How the ufsdump Command Works
Options and Arguments for the ufsdump Command
The ufsdump Command and Security Issues
Options and Arguments for the ufsrestore Command
Commands for Copying File Systems
Copying File Systems Between Disks
Copying Directories Between File Systems (cpio Command)
Copying Files and File Systems to Tape
Copying Files to Tape (tar Command)
Copying Files to a Tape With the pax Command
Copying Files to Tape With the cpio Command
Copying Files to a Remote Tape Device
Copying Files and File Systems to Diskette
Copying Files With a Different Header Format
Choosing Which Media to Use
Backup Device Names
Displaying Tape Drive Status
Handling Magnetic Tape Cartridges
Guidelines for Drive Maintenance and Media Handling
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Solaris9 Basic Administration

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