By techdogg on Aug 28, 2007
Congratulations to docs.sun.com.
At last ... this much maligned website has undergone some impressive improvements. The docs.sun.com Engineering team announced the following changes:
- Improved performance.
- Improved reliability and sustainability.
- Improved search.
Sun writers were invited to test the pilot version of docs.sun.com before it was released. I was pleasantly surprised at the speed of my search. I was also delighted with the results of my search. The new and improved search method is more in line with other search engines and provides more accurate results. For an example of search results, see Tech Dogg's Dox Tox.
The docs.sun.com search now provides a list of all of the books in docs.sun.com
that match your search criteria. This can be frustrating if your search parameters are not precise enough. Here are some search tips:
- If you want to view your search results for a specific book, click the
desired link in your search results, then click the book title in the bread crumbs. The book's table of contents will display with the red bullets indicating the search results for each chapter.
- Guidelines for searching the docs.sun.com Web Site
- Doc Teger's tip for searching for information on a specific product release
The new docs.sun.com is fast, reliable, and accurate. Take it out for a test drive on the Solaris Cluster/Sun Cluster 3.2 documentation.
Sun Cluster Documentation