When You Can't Find the Torque Wrench

I come from a part of the world that considers doing it yourself without the right tools a great sign of resourcefulness (Lima, Peru.) I live in part of the world that considers doing it yourself with the right tools a sign of preparedness (Colorado, USA).

Both may be true, but sometimes the torque wrench refuses to reveal its location and that usually happens when the VP of IT has chewed out the Director of IT who has called your boss and his best buddies into the corner office for a serious discussion whose resulting action items are going to land on your head just as you're heading out to the local sysadmin bar.

That's when you want to have a couple of quick meals in your pantry:

Oracle Linux Validated Solutions

Pre-tested, validated architectures—including software, hardware, storage, and network components—plus documented best practices. Improved performance, scalability, and reliability of Linux solutions, with faster, lower-cost implementations for dozens of leading applications.

Oracle Sun Hardware Solutions

Slightly different from the Linux Validated Configurations, above, but similar in spirit, Oracle's Sun Hardware Solutions assemble the stack components that are best suited to optimize the performance and management of these seven popular enterprise business applications.

You can always find these links under the Product Pages and Resource Pages headings in the right-most column of OTN's Sysadmin and Developer Community.

- Rick

Comments:

I am trying to find a Sun Doc id 1286.2 http://docs.sun.com/coll/1286.2 This URL is in Sun Cluster 3.2 installer in regards how to fix a problem i am having.

Posted by guest on February 01, 2012 at 08:39 AM MST #

Guest, is this the doc you're looking for:

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19787-01/819-2970/index.html

The entire Sun Cluster 3.2 documentation library is here:

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19787-01/index.html

Rick

Posted by guest on February 01, 2012 at 01:52 PM MST #

I am trying to find the Java Language Specification. The link on the page is as follows: "http://java.sun.com/docs/books/jls/index.html"

And I can seem to get the page to load. Each time is giving me a message that there is a problem loading the page.

Posted by guest on February 03, 2012 at 12:26 PM MST #

Hi Guest,

It was down, but it's back up, now. Give it a try.

Rick

Posted by guest on February 03, 2012 at 04:53 PM MST #

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