Samstag Dez 22, 2012

The mystery of the disappearing default routes

I was last week at a customer that had a strange problem: While installing the system the default route was disappearing. Those default routes are stored at the same place where all other persistent routes are stored and not at /etc/defaultrouterin Solaris 11 Just by setting /etc/defaultrouter they were able to set it. It took me a moment to find out was happening. [...] (read more at c0t0d0s0.org)

How to get Solaris 11 VNICs in a Virtualbox VM to work - kind of ...

Normally you can't use a Solaris 11 VNIC on a virtualised interface in Virtualbox. It simply doesn't work. "Virtualized on virtualized" doesn't work well and as far as i understand it, the problem is that the hypervisor has no knowledge of the MAC addresses used by the VNICs. However it turned out this is not entirely true. [...] (read more at c0t0d0s0.org)

Oh my god, it's full of threads ... and out of memory

This is for the people with the really large systems (however thread wise a T4-2 or T4-1 can be really large systems). Imagine you have dozens to hundreds of zones. All with thousands of threads. Or you have an extreme number of ZFS pools ... with all their zpool processes and a lot of zones with a lot of processes [...] (read more at c0t0d0s0.org)

Sonntag Sep 02, 2007

How to configure Solaris 10 Trusted Extensions

A good start for configuring the Solaris 10 Trusted extensions: TX-Ranger, config script v1.0. The TX-Ranger is a demo environment for Trusted solaris that gives a nice overview about the feature set available in TX.

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Freitag Aug 31, 2007

Flickr-Set: Paris

Arc de Triomphe


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Solaris

Solaris


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Dienstag Aug 28, 2007

Building an el-cheapo Solaris Workstation

Perhaps this arcticle at ExtremeTech is quite useful to you: Build a (Very) Inexpensive Solaris 10 Workstation. Even more interesting than the article itself is the fact, that articles regarding Solaris starts to get more common.

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Register: Sun pushes integration with UltraSPARC T2

Clay Rider writes in Sun pushes integration with UltraSPARC T2:
The T2 is another example of Sun's out-of-the-box, perhaps a bit off-the-beaten-path, approach to the marketplace. As history has shown, this approach is often the one that delivers the best ROI for Sun, and in the process its customers.

As Scott said in the past: There is no profit in making the same than all other around you ...

(/archives/3462-Register-Sun-pushes-integration-with-UltraSPARC-T2.html)

Montag Aug 27, 2007

LDOMs for T2000

A nice walktrough to LDOMs at Slicing a Partition out of a running T2000.

(/archives/3461-LDOMs-for-T2000.html)

Samstag Aug 25, 2007

Der BILDblog-Werbespot


(click here to view)


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Bias

Whenever you speak about Solaris with some Linux fans, they will tell you "I would like to use ZFS, dtrace is so cool ... but well ... i can´t do it ... it´s not in linux. And it´s your fault, because of your OSS license". Okay ... that were multiple persons merged to one citation. But it´s a good summary of all the stuff i hear all the day.

I found two blog entries, that speak out what i think: When you want Solaris feature, just use Solaris, and don´t wait for some shoehorned concept in your favorite religion-laden operating environment. When you think rational about the problem, you should not tied to your operating systems, you should look at your tasks and your applications. And when Solaris fits better than Linux into the equation , just use it ...

But it´s the same with the everlasting dispute about Windows/Unix, vi/emacs: People have a bias regarding their choices. And this bias seldoms comes from rational thinking.

Rumftarumftarumftarumftarumfta

Frau Fragmente beschreibt die einzig valide Art, die Love Parade zu behandeln: Mit weitem Abstand und Desinteresse ....

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Aha ...

You Belong in 1996
With you anything goes! You're grunge one day, ghetto fabulous the next. It's all good!


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Freitag Aug 24, 2007

The new zunePhone


(click here to view)


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T2000 at a startup

Serverwatch published a nice article about the T2000 at a startup. Server Snapshots: Sun in the Real World is worth a read, but my favorite quote is:
"I'd recommend that other startups try the T2000," Whitehead said. "Solaris is Unix, so if you know Linux, there is nothing to be afraid of."


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