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)
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