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Solaris 10 Installation in Oracle VirtualBox VM
 
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This session will cover step by step installation of Solaris 10 in Oracle VM VirtualBox.
Views: 28627 Anindya Das
Печальная история Sun Microsystems  и  Solaris
 
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Печальная история Sun Microsystems и #Solaris
Installation of Oracle Solaris 11.3 on VirtualBox
 
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In this Video, detailed Step by Step Demonstration is being done on Installation of Oracle Solaris 11.3 on VirtualBox. Websites: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Solaris_(operating_system) https://www.oracle.com/solaris/solaris11/index.html http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/solaris11/downloads/install-2245079.html (Download from Above Link)
Views: 28455 Dr. Anand Nayyar
Oracle 11g Installation on Solaris 10
 
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This video will demonstrate step by step Installation of Oracle database 11g R2 on Solaris 10 64 bit OS on Oracle Virtual Box. The purpose of the tutorial is to help beginners to learn installation of oracle database on Solaris environment.
Views: 15000 Anindya Das
Exploration of Solaris 10 /  Sun OS  with  Java Desktop System (JDS)
 
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Sun Microsystem released that operating system in approximately 2005. Bought by Oracle in 2009, now known as Oracle Solaris. Unfortunately, dont know a lot that operating system, so cannot show you commands nor advanced functionalities.
Solaris 10 Basic Commands: Part 1
 
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Solaris 10 Basic Commands: Part 1 This video shows many basic commands you will need to know as a Solaris systems administrator. Hints, advice, and corrections are welcomed. Navigation around the file system, Directories files and ownership, disk space, formatting disks, user/group management, processes.
Views: 23724 LastHumansLinux
Get Unlimited Sun/Oracle Solaris Support by means of Cognegic's Sun Solaris Operating System
 
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The Sun Solaris is a UNIX based working framework which satisfy the customer needs and business needs. It has ability to deal with the mistakes without restarting the framework and with this working framework clients can undoubtedly redesigned, screen and controlled from remote support. However, in the event that lamentably you found any kind of specialized issue in regards to Sun Solaris like issue with establishment, not ready to sun a few applications et cetera then much of the time contact to Oracle Solaris Support or Sun Solaris Operating System Support and Services for snappy help. We ensured take care of this issue and raise you hell free. For More Info: https://cognegicsystems.com/ Contact Number: 1-800-450-8670 Email Address- [email protected] Company’s Address- 507 Copper Square Drive Bethel Connecticut (USA) 06801
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is Oracle Sun Solaris best operating system platform for lowest latency HFT
 
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Oracle Solaris 10 x86 - OS disk mirroring utilizing SVM
 
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Blog Address : http://sunguruitchannel01.blogspot.kr 1. Add a new disk for OS mirroring 2. Create metaDB 3. Configure OS mirroring 4. Remove first OS disk and check [ OS Installation ] http://youtu.be/tJ67X8Ew3lg : 1. Solaris 10 Installation on VMware Workstation http://youtu.be/3d18DMyS99Q : 2. Installing a Solaris 10 ZFS root file system [ Local Disk & UFS ] http://youtu.be/FQv7USIjsds : 1. Solaris 10 Local Disk Partitioning http://youtu.be/4anhjcD33n0 : 2. Creating UFS File System http://youtu.be/pk9ug5zULi8 : 3. UFS File System mount/umount [ Solaris Volume Manager ] http://youtu.be/UgxZZQW4P_o : 1. Configuring the test environment http://youtu.be/9Tl9Is2KBnI : 2. Create metadb http://youtu.be/ieDwo1pHI_s : 3. Creating RAID 0 Volume http://youtu.be/v0e7KqRWuCk : 4. Creating RAID 1 Volume http://youtu.be/Fbk7CqqA5Qw : 5. Changing RAID 1 Volume Options http://youtu.be/6uUPZD08fAE : 6. Associating Hot Spare with a RAID 1 http://youtu.be/ai9gGCX8hdo : 7. OS Disk Mirroring http://youtu.be/TedgNQJCSgM : 8. Creating RAID 5 Volumes http://youtu.be/35uaRAQ3khI : 9. Associating Hot Spare with a RAID 5 http://youtu.be/lzFTD-I6MmY : 10. Soft Partition http://youtu.be/-T5lQwzSVYY : 11. Creating RAID 0+1 Volume http://youtu.be/pjaKtt7GrP4 : 12. Creating Diskset [ Solaris ZFS ] http://youtu.be/v8_6HMVqgv8 : 1. Mirroring ZFS root pool http://youtu.be/BYS4pTkNbdw : 2. Configuring the test environment http://youtu.be/a8YOPMFqUo8 : 3. Creating a basic ZFS pool http://youtu.be/exuSL6Um_7Y : 4. Creating a mirrored pool http://youtu.be/DpJm_Qwmrj8 : 5. Creating a RAID-Z pool http://youtu.be/PE_DrjJYHXQ : 6. Creating a double parity RAID-Z pool http://youtu.be/Lp7CalcKQy0 : 7. Migrating a ZFS storage pool http://youtu.be/WshPGqhUuiU : 8. Recovering destroyed pool http://youtu.be/k-fUDNgf9jU : 9. Creating a ZFS file system http://youtu.be/FtUQgzo82fg : 11. Sharing a ZFS file system http://youtu.be/aWvRY1tb97Y : 12. Creating a ZFS volume as a iSCSI LUN [ Backup / Recovery ] http://youtu.be/nSqXzTho5VY : 1. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 01 http://youtu.be/yMP7idIT1OQ : 2. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 02 http://youtu.be/N-f0JoX4ylE : 3. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 03 http://youtu.be/moPD6p9WP4A : 4. root file system ufsdump backup http://youtu.be/PCuan-Ul4Tw : 5. root file system ufsrestore recovery [ Jumpstart ] http://youtu.be/_1mWIqwtNyc : 1. Jumpstart Installation - RARP [ Troubleshooting ] http://youtu.be/YL1QiVRRvv0 : 1. Recover root password http://youtu.be/CKmz9MMZGI8 : 2. Recover UFS super block
Views: 4042 sunguru IT Channel 01
Oracle Solaris Cluster Installation Part 1
 
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Oracle Solaris Clusteroracle-solaris Its been a while since I wrote an article. In the previous tutorial, I configured IPMP, which is basically NIC bonding in Linux terms. Today, its about installing and configuring Oracle Solaris Cluster. This is a two-node cluster built on SPARC servers, couple of NIC interfaces on each server and a bunch of hard disks. Requirements We have two servers each with following hardware and software. SPARC S7-2. 254 GB RAM. 5 Ethernet Interfaces (net0, net1, net2, net3 & net4). 4 Disks, each of around 500 GB. Oracle Solaris 11. OSC repository ISO image. Howto I am logged in both the nodes as root user. If you have DNS configured, see to it that the nodes are able to resolve each other. In my case, since I do not have DNS, I have placed entries in “/etc/hosts” on both of them. In order to configure a cluster, we first need to configure repository and install necessary packages. The next series of steps should be configured on one node only. I picked node 1 for this cluster setup. You are free to do your own “eeni meeni myni mo“and pick your node. At the time of the write-up, I downloaded “osc-4.3-repo-iso.zip” from Oracle, unzip ISO image inside it and mounted on “/mnt“. I have included the procedure to create a device and mount ISO image on it, in this Clustering video. Now that the image is in place, we build the cluster repository using the following commands. pkg set-publisher -g file:///mnt/repo ha-cluster Once the repository is loaded, we can verify like so. pkg publisher oracle-cluster-repoAs it can be seen, the default Solaris repository and cluster repository are online and ready for next phase that is, installing the cluster. pkg install –accept ha-cluster-full #”–accept” is for accepting license terms and conditions. A successful installation should give the following output. Get more tutorials on http://www.nixfury.com
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Fujitsu / Oracle / Sun SPARC Enterprise M4000 - Episode 1
 
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Today we look at the hardware components and basic functionality of a Fujitsu / Oracle / Sun SPARC Enterprise M4000. This machine will be a great addition to my datacenter! The music used in parts of this video are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution License. Details about this license can be found at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Artist: UltraCat Album: DiscoHigh Track: Disco High http://freemusicarchive.org/music/UltraCat/Disco_High/ultracat_-_01_-_disco_high
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Solairs 11 Solaris Desktop ( X-Windows)
 
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Installing the solaris desktop
Oracle Solaris Cluster Configuration Part 1
 
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Oracle Solaris Clusteroracle-solaris Its been a while since I wrote an article. In the previous tutorial, I installed Oracle Solaris Cluster packages. In this one I am gonna continue with configuring Oracle Solaris Cluster. As mentioned earlier, this is a two-node cluster built on SPARC servers. Requirements We have two servers each with following hardware and software. SPARC S7-2. 254 GB RAM. 5 Ethernet Interfaces (net0, net1, net2, net3 & net4). 4 Disks, each of around 500 GB. Oracle Solaris 11. OSC repository ISO image. Howto Let us proceed with the configuration. We need to make sure that cluster services are disabled or offline. Execute the following commands to make sure that they are. svcs -x oracle-cluster-svcs “svcprop” command for RPC Bind service should give “config/local_only boolean false” output. Verify it using the command like so. svcprop network/rpc/bind:default | grep local_only In case the value comes as “true” then follow the steps as shown to make it otherwise. svccfg select network/rpc/bind setprop config/local_only=false quit svcadm refresh network/rpc/bind:default Next we proceed further with setting up Oracle Solaris Cluster. dladm show-phys oracle-cluster-dladm From the output, I chose interfaces net2 and net3. Notice that no IPs have been setup on those two interfaces. We bring up both the interfaces like so. ipadm create-ip net2 ipadm create-ip net3 oracle-cluster-create Let us run the cluster wizard. /usr/cluster/bin/scinstall oracle-cluster-wizard oracle-cluster-wizard oracle-cluster-wizard oracle-cluster-wizard oracle-cluster-wizardoracle-cluster-wizard oracle-cluster-wizard I skipped adding disks to the cluster which I will be doing in a separate tutorial. oracle-cluster-wizardOnce the setup completes, the cluster wizard with reboot both the nodes as part of its finishing move. Once the nodes come up, cluster status can be verified using the command like so. /usr/cluster/bin/cluster status oracle-cluster-wizard Thus were the nodes got married. Check out complete configuration videos with troubleshooting issues. Get more tutorials on http://www.nixfury.com
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Solaris 11 Overview
 
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Rambling a bit during my 2nd ever install of Solaris 11
Solaris 11.3 Installation + Guest Additions + Overview on Oracle VirtualBox [2017]
 
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This video tutorial shows Solaris 11.3 installation and overview on Oracle VirtualBox step by step. This tutorial is also helpful to install Solaris 11.3 on physical computer or bare-metal server hardware. We also install Guest Additions on Solaris for better performance and usability features: Automatic Resizing Guest Display, Shared Folder, Seamless Mode and Shared Clipboard, Improved Performance and Drag and Drop. Steps: 1- Create Virtual Machine on Oracle VirtualBox 2- Start Solaris 11.3 Installation 3- Install VirtualBox Guest Additions on Solaris 11.3 4- Test Guest Additions Features: Automatic Resizing Guest Display and Shared Clipboard 5- Solaris 11.3 Overview What is Oracle Solaris? Solaris is a Unix operating system originally developed by Sun Microsystems. Solaris is known for its scalability, especially on SPARC systems, and for originating many innovative features such as DTrace, ZFS and Time Slider. Solaris supports SPARC-based and x86-based workstations and servers from Oracle and other vendors. Starting from version 10, the Solaris licence changed and the product was distributed free of charge for any system or purpose, but after the acquisition of Sun Microsystems by Oracle in 2009, the product is once again proprietary with a restrictive licence. Oracle Solaris Website: https://www.oracle.com/solaris/ Download Solaris 11.3 ISO: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/solaris11/downloads/install-2245079.html Oracle Solaris 11.3 New Features and Improvements Oracle Solaris 11.3 is designed to meet the security, performance and scalability requirements of cloud-based deployments allowing customers to run their most demanding enterprise applications in private, hybrid, or public clouds. As the first fully virtualized operating system (OS), Oracle Solaris 11 provides comprehensive, built-in virtualization capabilities for OS, network and storage resources. Oracle Solaris 11 offers comprehensive management across the entire infrastructure - operating system, physical hardware, networking and storage, as well as the virtualization layer. Hope you found it informative and useful. Any questions or comments are welcomed. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Website: http://www.SysAdminsHowto.com/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SysAdminsHowto/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SysAdmHowto Linux Video Tutorials: https://linux-video-tutorials.blogspot.com/ Solaris 11.3 Installation on VirtualBox Video: https://youtu.be/YRHKPjGAwpM
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Oracle VM VirtualBox 5: Installing Solaris 10 and Basic Zone Setup
 
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This video shows installing Solaris 10 on your Oracle VirtualBox 5 application, and basic Solaris Zone setup. I invite feedback, hints, and corrections.
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Oracle Solaris 10 x86 - Recover root password
 
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Blog Address : http://sunguruitchannel01.blogspot.kr 1. CD-ROM single user mode 2. Edit a shadow file 3. Reboot and change root password [ OS Installation ] http://youtu.be/tJ67X8Ew3lg : 1. Solaris 10 Installation on VMware Workstation http://youtu.be/3d18DMyS99Q : 2. Installing a Solaris 10 ZFS root file system [ Local Disk & UFS ] http://youtu.be/FQv7USIjsds : 1. Solaris 10 Local Disk Partitioning http://youtu.be/4anhjcD33n0 : 2. Creating UFS File System http://youtu.be/pk9ug5zULi8 : 3. UFS File System mount/umount [ Solaris Volume Manager ] http://youtu.be/UgxZZQW4P_o : 1. Configuring the test environment http://youtu.be/9Tl9Is2KBnI : 2. Create metadb http://youtu.be/ieDwo1pHI_s : 3. Creating RAID 0 Volume http://youtu.be/v0e7KqRWuCk : 4. Creating RAID 1 Volume http://youtu.be/Fbk7CqqA5Qw : 5. Changing RAID 1 Volume Options http://youtu.be/6uUPZD08fAE : 6. Associating Hot Spare with a RAID 1 http://youtu.be/ai9gGCX8hdo : 7. OS Disk Mirroring http://youtu.be/TedgNQJCSgM : 8. Creating RAID 5 Volumes http://youtu.be/35uaRAQ3khI : 9. Associating Hot Spare with a RAID 5 http://youtu.be/lzFTD-I6MmY : 10. Soft Partition http://youtu.be/-T5lQwzSVYY : 11. Creating RAID 0+1 Volume http://youtu.be/pjaKtt7GrP4 : 12. Creating Diskset [ Solaris ZFS ] http://youtu.be/v8_6HMVqgv8 : 1. Mirroring ZFS root pool http://youtu.be/BYS4pTkNbdw : 2. Configuring the test environment http://youtu.be/a8YOPMFqUo8 : 3. Creating a basic ZFS pool http://youtu.be/exuSL6Um_7Y : 4. Creating a mirrored pool http://youtu.be/DpJm_Qwmrj8 : 5. Creating a RAID-Z pool http://youtu.be/PE_DrjJYHXQ : 6. Creating a double parity RAID-Z pool http://youtu.be/Lp7CalcKQy0 : 7. Migrating a ZFS storage pool http://youtu.be/WshPGqhUuiU : 8. Recovering destroyed pool http://youtu.be/k-fUDNgf9jU : 9. Creating a ZFS file system http://youtu.be/FtUQgzo82fg : 11. Sharing a ZFS file system http://youtu.be/aWvRY1tb97Y : 12. Creating a ZFS volume as a iSCSI LUN [ Backup / Recovery ] http://youtu.be/nSqXzTho5VY : 1. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 01 http://youtu.be/yMP7idIT1OQ : 2. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 02 http://youtu.be/N-f0JoX4ylE : 3. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 03 http://youtu.be/moPD6p9WP4A : 4. root file system ufsdump backup http://youtu.be/PCuan-Ul4Tw : 5. root file system ufsrestore recovery [ Jumpstart ] http://youtu.be/_1mWIqwtNyc : 1. Jumpstart Installation - RARP [ Troubleshooting ] http://youtu.be/YL1QiVRRvv0 : 1. Recover root password http://youtu.be/CKmz9MMZGI8 : 2. Recover UFS super block
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Installing Oracle Solaris 11
 
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More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com In this video we look at the options for install Oracle solaris 11 on the intel platform. With the Live DVD we can both boot up and text Solaris as well as running the graphical installer. If we use the text install DVD then we can install Solaris without the GUI ; adding eh GUI can always be achieved after the install.
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How to Install Oracle Solaris 11.3 + Review + VMware Tools on VMware Workstation Tutorial [HD]
 
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This video tutorial shows how to install Oracle Solaris 11.3 and review on VMware Workstation/Player step by step. It may also help for installing Solaris 11.3 on physical computer or bare-metal server. We'll also install VMware Tools on Solaris for better VM performance and usability. Steps: 1- Download Oracle Solaris 11.3 ISO 2- Create VM on VMware Workstation/Player 3- Start Solaris 11 Installation 4- Install VMware Tools 5- Test VMware Tools Features (Fit Guest Now, Drag-Drop File and Clipboard Sharing) 6- Oracle Solaris 11.3 Review What is Oracle Solaris? Solaris is a Unix operating system originally developed by Sun Microsystems. Solaris is known for its scalability, especially on SPARC systems, and for originating many innovative features such as DTrace, ZFS and Time Slider. Solaris supports SPARC-based and x86-based workstations and servers from Oracle and other vendors. Starting from version 10, the Solaris licence changed and the product was distributed free of charge for any system or purpose, but after the acquisition of Sun Microsystems by Oracle in 2009, the product is once again proprietary with a restrictive licence. Oracle Solaris Website: https://www.oracle.com/solaris/ Hope you found it informative and useful. Any questions or comments are welcomed. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO THE CHANNEL ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Website: http://www.SysAdminsHowto.com/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SysAdminsHowto/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SysAdmHowto How to Install Oracle Solaris 11.3 + Review on VMware: https://youtu.be/ijENCXPBAuA Solaris 11.3 Installation and Review Tutorial: https://goo.gl/bvTFpo
Views: 9028 Linux Video Tutorials
Introducing Oracle Solaris Cluster 3.3
 
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Roma Baron describes what's new.
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ok prompt solaris commands
 
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Sunfire v250(SPARC) .ok prompt commands. My next video is:how to enable or disable the components in "ok prompt".
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Oracle Solaris Cluster Quorum
 
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In the previous video, I configured Oracle Cluster for 2 nodes but skipped configuring Quorum device. I am gonna configure it in this tutorial. Quorum is a voting concept in solaris. Voting, in this case, means a node being up and running. Each running node equals a minimum of one vote. A hard drive or a LUN can constitute to additional vote as well. In it, the cluster service looks for a minimum number of votes and in a 2-node cluster, the minimum number of votes is 2. Why not just one vote you ask ? The reason behind this is to safeguard the data. Technically, one vote is enough in a two node cluster, BUT, if one of the nodes go down, cluster service sends a panic signal to the other node as well and shuts it down using fencing approach and reboots both nodes. In order to prevent this and keep the good node running, the solution is to add another shared disk or LUN and replicate the cluster configuration in such a way that even when one node goes down, cluster sees 2 votes, one through the live node itself and the other vote through a shared disk/LUN. Let us begin. I have logged into iLOMs and hence in both the nodes as root user. On node-1 /usr/cluster/bin/clnode status /usr/cluster/bin/cluster show -t global | grep installmode As it can be seen that the cluster is not in install mode. We have to bring it in install mode. /usr/cluster/bin/cluster set -p installmode=enabled Check the current quorum status /usr/cluster/bin/clq status It is best if we have a small sized LUN or shared disk. As it can been seen that this LUN c0t600A098000B2E83F000000E559A862B9d0s2 is already in use, I will use the next available LUN. format c0t600A098000B2E83F000000E659A862CCd0 fdisk y volname quorum quit see if it got reflected on node-2 - Done On node-2 /usr/cluster/bin/cldev populate - This is to copy cluster information on quorum device Repeat the same step on node-1 /usr/cluster/bin/cldev populate On node-1 Check the device status. /usr/cluster/bin/cldevice list -v /usr/cluster/bin/cldev show dx where 'x' is the DID instance number. In our case, its d6. Add dx to the quorum /usr/cluster/bin/clquorum add dx Check the quorum status /usr/cluster/bin/clq status. To verify, shutdown one of the nodes and check if the other node stays up and running. I am gonna reboot node-1 and see if node-2 remains up and running. Thanks for watching. Stay tuned for more. Visit http://www.nixfury.com for more tutorials.
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Oracle Solaris 10 Installation on VMware Workstation
 
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1. Solaris 10 Updata 11 Download : - http://http://www.oracle.com Downloads Tab - Server and Storage System - Solaris - Solaris 10 2. Virtual Machine for Solaris 10 CPU : 1 Socket / 1Core MEM : 2GB HDD : 20GB SCSI NIC : 1GB 1 Port 3. Disk Partitions / remaining space Partition 0 swap 2048MB Partition 1 30MB Partition 3 OS Mirror SVM 4. Solaris shutdown command # init 5 or # shutdown -i 5 -y -g 0 [ OS Installation ] http://youtu.be/tJ67X8Ew3lg : 1. Solaris 10 Installation on VMware Workstation http://youtu.be/3d18DMyS99Q : 2. Installing a Solaris 10 ZFS root file system [ Local Disk & UFS ] http://youtu.be/FQv7USIjsds : 1. Solaris 10 Local Disk Partitioning http://youtu.be/4anhjcD33n0 : 2. Creating UFS File System http://youtu.be/pk9ug5zULi8 : 3. UFS File System mount/umount [ Solaris Volume Manager ] http://youtu.be/UgxZZQW4P_o : 1. Configuring the test environment http://youtu.be/9Tl9Is2KBnI : 2. Create metadb http://youtu.be/ieDwo1pHI_s : 3. Creating RAID 0 Volume http://youtu.be/v0e7KqRWuCk : 4. Creating RAID 1 Volume http://youtu.be/Fbk7CqqA5Qw : 5. Changing RAID 1 Volume Options http://youtu.be/6uUPZD08fAE : 6. Associating Hot Spare with a RAID 1 http://youtu.be/ai9gGCX8hdo : 7. OS Disk Mirroring http://youtu.be/TedgNQJCSgM : 8. Creating RAID 5 Volumes http://youtu.be/35uaRAQ3khI : 9. Associating Hot Spare with a RAID 5 http://youtu.be/lzFTD-I6MmY : 10. Soft Partition http://youtu.be/-T5lQwzSVYY : 11. Creating RAID 0+1 Volume http://youtu.be/pjaKtt7GrP4 : 12. Creating Diskset [ Solaris ZFS ] http://youtu.be/v8_6HMVqgv8 : 1. Mirroring ZFS root pool http://youtu.be/BYS4pTkNbdw : 2. Configuring the test environment http://youtu.be/a8YOPMFqUo8 : 3. Creating a basic ZFS pool http://youtu.be/exuSL6Um_7Y : 4. Creating a mirrored pool http://youtu.be/DpJm_Qwmrj8 : 5. Creating a RAID-Z pool http://youtu.be/PE_DrjJYHXQ : 6. Creating a double parity RAID-Z pool http://youtu.be/Lp7CalcKQy0 : 7. Migrating a ZFS storage pool http://youtu.be/WshPGqhUuiU : 8. Recovering destroyed pool http://youtu.be/k-fUDNgf9jU : 9. Creating a ZFS file system http://youtu.be/FtUQgzo82fg : 11. Sharing a ZFS file system http://youtu.be/aWvRY1tb97Y : 12. Creating a ZFS volume as a iSCSI LUN [ Backup / Recovery ] http://youtu.be/nSqXzTho5VY : 1. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 01 http://youtu.be/yMP7idIT1OQ : 2. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 02 http://youtu.be/N-f0JoX4ylE : 3. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 03 http://youtu.be/moPD6p9WP4A : 4. root file system ufsdump backup http://youtu.be/PCuan-Ul4Tw : 5. root file system ufsrestore recovery [ Jumpstart ] http://youtu.be/_1mWIqwtNyc : 1. Jumpstart Installation - RARP [ Troubleshooting ] http://youtu.be/YL1QiVRRvv0 : 1. Recover root password http://youtu.be/CKmz9MMZGI8 : 2. Recover UFS super block
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Efficient Virtualization of Oracle Solaris (LDoms/Zones)
 
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Current Oracle SPARC Servers are very powerful and include the Virtualization Technologies LDoms and Zones for free. This Servers are the ideal platform for Consolidation Projects. But the complexity and knowledge requirements of System Administrators increase. Standardisation and Automation is the Key. JomaSoft’s VDCF (Virtual Datacenter Cloud Framework) is a powerful CLI Management Framework for highly automated Deployment, Management, Migration and Monitoring of Servers, LDoms and Solaris Zones. Learn how easy you can manage a Virtualized Solaris Environment using JomaSoft's VDCF framework
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Solaris 11 Virtualization with Zones
 
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More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com In this video we look at creating virtual Oracle Solaris 11 machines withing a Solaris 11 Zones. Zones have the advantage that they can be created on both Intel and Sparc boxes, as opposed to Oracle VM for SPARC (LDOMS) which are for SPARCS only.
Views: 12953 theurbanpenguin
Oracle Solaris Cluster Installation Part 2
 
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Oracle Solaris Clusteroracle-solaris Its been a while since I wrote an article. In the previous tutorial, I configured IPMP, which is basically NIC bonding in Linux terms. Today, its about installing and configuring Oracle Solaris Cluster. This is a two-node cluster built on SPARC servers, couple of NIC interfaces on each server and a bunch of hard disks. Requirements We have two servers each with following hardware and software. SPARC S7-2. 254 GB RAM. 5 Ethernet Interfaces (net0, net1, net2, net3 & net4). 4 Disks, each of around 500 GB. Oracle Solaris 11. OSC repository ISO image. Howto I am logged in both the nodes as root user. If you have DNS configured, see to it that the nodes are able to resolve each other. In my case, since I do not have DNS, I have placed entries in “/etc/hosts” on both of them. In order to configure a cluster, we first need to configure repository and install necessary packages. The next series of steps should be configured on one node only. I picked node 1 for this cluster setup. You are free to do your own “eeni meeni myni mo“and pick your node. At the time of the write-up, I downloaded “osc-4.3-repo-iso.zip” from Oracle, unzip ISO image inside it and mounted on “/mnt“. I have included the procedure to create a device and mount ISO image on it, in this Clustering video. Now that the image is in place, we build the cluster repository using the following commands. pkg set-publisher -g file:///mnt/repo ha-cluster Once the repository is loaded, we can verify like so. pkg publisher oracle-cluster-repoAs it can be seen, the default Solaris repository and cluster repository are online and ready for next phase that is, installing the cluster. pkg install –accept ha-cluster-full #”–accept” is for accepting license terms and conditions. A successful installation should give the following output. Get more tutorials on http://www.nixfury.com
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Configuring IPMP on solaris 10 using Oracle Virtualbox
 
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Configuring IPMP on solaris 10 using Oracle Virtualbox
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Oracle Solaris IPMP
 
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Oracle Solaris IPMPoracle-solaris Solaris IPMP or Solaris IP Network MultiPathing, as the name suggests, is used to get seamless access to the server via network protocols. NIC bonding is one of the common features in probably every known operating system on earth. Solaris IPMP is Oracle’s (Formerly Sun Microsystem’s) version of NIC bonding. In this tutorial, I am going to show how to configure IPMP or IP Network MultiPathing on both Active-Active and Active-Passive modes. Before we jump into that, let me give a brief overview about these modes. Active-Active Mode – In this, all the Ethernet interfaces will be in active mode, that is, network packets will be distributed among all the NICs in that particular group. Active-Passive Mode – In this type of mode, when one NIC goes down, IPMP immediately brings up one of the other NICs and that will start serving the incoming and outgoing network packets. Requirements Following is the configuration for this setup. SPARC S7-2. 254 GB RAM. 5 Ethernet Interfaces (net0, net1, net2, net3 & net4). 4 Disks, each of around 500 GB. IP Address: 192.168.237.132 Active-Active Mode: Howto Login to the server as root user and execute the following command to check the interfaces status. dladm show-phys As it can be seen, all the NICs are up and running. ipmp From the above output, I have selected “net0” and “net1” Ethernet interfaces and create my very first IPMP group. ipadm add-ipmp -i net0 -i net1 ipmp0 “ipmp0” is my IPMP group name. “add-ipmp” is the attribute given to add interfaces to this group. Once they become part of the group, we can check the status of the group using the command given below. ipmpstat -g ipmp Under the “State” column, the status shows “OK” while the “Interfaces” column shows the two NICs that were added. Now that our group setup is complete, we assign an IP address to this bond using the following command. ipadm create-addr -T static -a 192.168.237.132 ipmp0/bond0 # “bond0” is just a nomenclature for identification and can be any alphanumeric combination Once the IP address is added, we can check its status using the following command. ipadm show-addr This will give the following output. As we can see, the interface shows as “ipmp0/bond0” with the assigned IP address. ipmp ipmp In order to test our setup, we can have a continuous ping running on a duplicate session while bringing down one of the two interfaces with the following command. if_mpadm -d net1 This command will detach the said interface from the IPMP group whose status can be checked using the following command. ipmpstat -g ipmpstat -i ipmp Note that “net1” is offline but the server is still accessible. This is because IPMP started distributing traffic only on the other interface which is “net0“. Active-Passive Mode: Howto While the entire setup is exactly the same, the only change is that, before we add NIC interfaces in our multipath group, we execute the following command which will tell the group that this particular interface will be offline until the active interface goes down for some unexpected or deliberate factor(s). ipadm set-ifprop -p standby=on -m ip net1 From here on, we add all the NICs including “net1” in the group and the rest of the commands will be repeated as-is, shown in the above steps and check the status of the bond. ipmp To test this setup mode, I will bring down Ethernet interface “net0” while running a continuous ping in a duplicate session and note the output. if_mpadm -d net0 ipmp As it can be seen, net0 went offline while net1 came online. Ping output was seamless and there was no packet loss detected. For a complete video, visit Nix Fury channel on YouTube.
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Getting Started with Solaris-1-About Solaris
 
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Brian Leonard presents at Oracle Tech Days, Hyderabad, India, March 2010.
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Oracle Solaris Cluster Configuration Part 2
 
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Oracle Solaris Clusteroracle-solaris Its been a while since I wrote an article. In the previous tutorial, I installed Oracle Solaris Cluster packages. In this one I am gonna continue with configuring Oracle Solaris Cluster. As mentioned earlier, this is a two-node cluster built on SPARC servers. Requirements We have two servers each with following hardware and software. SPARC S7-2. 254 GB RAM. 5 Ethernet Interfaces (net0, net1, net2, net3 & net4). 4 Disks, each of around 500 GB. Oracle Solaris 11. OSC repository ISO image. Howto Let us proceed with the configuration. We need to make sure that cluster services are disabled or offline. Execute the following commands to make sure that they are. svcs -x oracle-cluster-svcs “svcprop” command for RPC Bind service should give “config/local_only boolean false” output. Verify it using the command like so. svcprop network/rpc/bind:default | grep local_only In case the value comes as “true” then follow the steps as shown to make it otherwise. svccfg select network/rpc/bind setprop config/local_only=false quit svcadm refresh network/rpc/bind:default Next we proceed further with setting up Oracle Solaris Cluster. dladm show-phys oracle-cluster-dladm From the output, I chose interfaces net2 and net3. Notice that no IPs have been setup on those two interfaces. We bring up both the interfaces like so. ipadm create-ip net2 ipadm create-ip net3 oracle-cluster-create Let us run the cluster wizard. /usr/cluster/bin/scinstall oracle-cluster-wizard oracle-cluster-wizard oracle-cluster-wizard oracle-cluster-wizard oracle-cluster-wizardoracle-cluster-wizard oracle-cluster-wizard I skipped adding disks to the cluster which I will be doing in a separate tutorial. oracle-cluster-wizardOnce the setup completes, the cluster wizard with reboot both the nodes as part of its finishing move. Once the nodes come up, cluster status can be verified using the command like so. /usr/cluster/bin/cluster status oracle-cluster-wizard Thus were the nodes got married. Check out complete configuration videos with troubleshooting issues. Get more tutorials on http://www.nixfury.com
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Oracle Solaris 10 x86 - root file system ufsdump backup
 
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Blog Address : http://sunguruitchannel01.blogspot.kr 1. Check a tape drive 2. Configure a trust relationship 3. check rsh command 4. run ufsdump backup [ OS Installation ] http://youtu.be/tJ67X8Ew3lg : 1. Solaris 10 Installation on VMware Workstation http://youtu.be/3d18DMyS99Q : 2. Installing a Solaris 10 ZFS root file system [ Local Disk & UFS ] http://youtu.be/FQv7USIjsds : 1. Solaris 10 Local Disk Partitioning http://youtu.be/4anhjcD33n0 : 2. Creating UFS File System http://youtu.be/pk9ug5zULi8 : 3. UFS File System mount/umount [ Solaris Volume Manager ] http://youtu.be/UgxZZQW4P_o : 1. Configuring the test environment http://youtu.be/9Tl9Is2KBnI : 2. Create metadb http://youtu.be/ieDwo1pHI_s : 3. Creating RAID 0 Volume http://youtu.be/v0e7KqRWuCk : 4. Creating RAID 1 Volume http://youtu.be/Fbk7CqqA5Qw : 5. Changing RAID 1 Volume Options http://youtu.be/6uUPZD08fAE : 6. Associating Hot Spare with a RAID 1 http://youtu.be/ai9gGCX8hdo : 7. OS Disk Mirroring http://youtu.be/TedgNQJCSgM : 8. Creating RAID 5 Volumes http://youtu.be/35uaRAQ3khI : 9. Associating Hot Spare with a RAID 5 http://youtu.be/lzFTD-I6MmY : 10. Soft Partition http://youtu.be/-T5lQwzSVYY : 11. Creating RAID 0+1 Volume http://youtu.be/pjaKtt7GrP4 : 12. Creating Diskset [ Solaris ZFS ] http://youtu.be/v8_6HMVqgv8 : 1. Mirroring ZFS root pool http://youtu.be/BYS4pTkNbdw : 2. Configuring the test environment http://youtu.be/a8YOPMFqUo8 : 3. Creating a basic ZFS pool http://youtu.be/exuSL6Um_7Y : 4. Creating a mirrored pool http://youtu.be/DpJm_Qwmrj8 : 5. Creating a RAID-Z pool http://youtu.be/PE_DrjJYHXQ : 6. Creating a double parity RAID-Z pool http://youtu.be/Lp7CalcKQy0 : 7. Migrating a ZFS storage pool http://youtu.be/WshPGqhUuiU : 8. Recovering destroyed pool http://youtu.be/k-fUDNgf9jU : 9. Creating a ZFS file system http://youtu.be/FtUQgzo82fg : 11. Sharing a ZFS file system http://youtu.be/aWvRY1tb97Y : 12. Creating a ZFS volume as a iSCSI LUN [ Backup / Recovery ] http://youtu.be/nSqXzTho5VY : 1. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 01 http://youtu.be/yMP7idIT1OQ : 2. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 02 http://youtu.be/N-f0JoX4ylE : 3. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 03 http://youtu.be/moPD6p9WP4A : 4. root file system ufsdump backup http://youtu.be/PCuan-Ul4Tw : 5. root file system ufsrestore recovery [ Jumpstart ] http://youtu.be/_1mWIqwtNyc : 1. Jumpstart Installation - RARP [ Troubleshooting ] http://youtu.be/YL1QiVRRvv0 : 1. Recover root password http://youtu.be/CKmz9MMZGI8 : 2. Recover UFS super block
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#11 Sun: DHCP Network Settings on Solaris
 
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This video shows how to set up DHCP network settings on Sun Solaris 10. http://code.google.com/p/troshenkov-files/wiki/Sun_DHCP_Network_Settings_on_Solaris http://www.youtube.com/user/troshenkov Music: Keyn project Title: Wide Awake http://www.jamendo.com
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Oracle Solaris 10 x86 - Jumpstart Installation - RARP
 
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Blog Address : http://sunguruitchannel01.blogspot.kr 1. Create a new VM for jumpstart client 2. Check the MAC address of jumpstart client 3. Copy a Solaris 10 x86 image 4. Edit some files for jumpstart 5. Power on a jumpstart client VM and check [ OS Installation ] http://youtu.be/tJ67X8Ew3lg : 1. Solaris 10 Installation on VMware Workstation http://youtu.be/3d18DMyS99Q : 2. Installing a Solaris 10 ZFS root file system [ Local Disk & UFS ] http://youtu.be/FQv7USIjsds : 1. Solaris 10 Local Disk Partitioning http://youtu.be/4anhjcD33n0 : 2. Creating UFS File System http://youtu.be/pk9ug5zULi8 : 3. UFS File System mount/umount [ Solaris Volume Manager ] http://youtu.be/UgxZZQW4P_o : 1. Configuring the test environment http://youtu.be/9Tl9Is2KBnI : 2. Create metadb http://youtu.be/ieDwo1pHI_s : 3. Creating RAID 0 Volume http://youtu.be/v0e7KqRWuCk : 4. Creating RAID 1 Volume http://youtu.be/Fbk7CqqA5Qw : 5. Changing RAID 1 Volume Options http://youtu.be/6uUPZD08fAE : 6. Associating Hot Spare with a RAID 1 http://youtu.be/ai9gGCX8hdo : 7. OS Disk Mirroring http://youtu.be/TedgNQJCSgM : 8. Creating RAID 5 Volumes http://youtu.be/35uaRAQ3khI : 9. Associating Hot Spare with a RAID 5 http://youtu.be/lzFTD-I6MmY : 10. Soft Partition http://youtu.be/-T5lQwzSVYY : 11. Creating RAID 0+1 Volume http://youtu.be/pjaKtt7GrP4 : 12. Creating Diskset [ Solaris ZFS ] http://youtu.be/v8_6HMVqgv8 : 1. Mirroring ZFS root pool http://youtu.be/BYS4pTkNbdw : 2. Configuring the test environment http://youtu.be/a8YOPMFqUo8 : 3. Creating a basic ZFS pool http://youtu.be/exuSL6Um_7Y : 4. Creating a mirrored pool http://youtu.be/DpJm_Qwmrj8 : 5. Creating a RAID-Z pool http://youtu.be/PE_DrjJYHXQ : 6. Creating a double parity RAID-Z pool http://youtu.be/Lp7CalcKQy0 : 7. Migrating a ZFS storage pool http://youtu.be/WshPGqhUuiU : 8. Recovering destroyed pool http://youtu.be/k-fUDNgf9jU : 9. Creating a ZFS file system http://youtu.be/FtUQgzo82fg : 11. Sharing a ZFS file system http://youtu.be/aWvRY1tb97Y : 12. Creating a ZFS volume as a iSCSI LUN [ Backup / Recovery ] http://youtu.be/nSqXzTho5VY : 1. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 01 http://youtu.be/yMP7idIT1OQ : 2. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 02 http://youtu.be/N-f0JoX4ylE : 3. OS Disk Recovery Using mhVTL 03 http://youtu.be/moPD6p9WP4A : 4. root file system ufsdump backup http://youtu.be/PCuan-Ul4Tw : 5. root file system ufsrestore recovery [ Jumpstart ] http://youtu.be/_1mWIqwtNyc : 1. Jumpstart Installation - RARP [ Troubleshooting ] http://youtu.be/YL1QiVRRvv0 : 1. Recover root password http://youtu.be/CKmz9MMZGI8 : 2. Recover UFS super block
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Follow up - Solaris 11.4 open beta 1 with Gnome 3 Desktop
 
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In the video, I cheated and got the vbox machine of Solaris 11.4 with the gnome3 desktop. Music used in this video Pamgaea Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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Oracle's Sun Server X4-8 Storage Drive Replacement
 
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How-to video about replacing a storage drive in Oracle's Sun Server X4-8. Storage drives are a customer replaceable unit (CRU). ================================= Copyright © 2015 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Other names may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the “Materials”). The Materials are provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Oracle Solaris 11 Feature - Kernel / Platform support
 
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Overview of Kernel / Platform support in Oracle Solaris 11. Click here:- http://www.uwinpro.com/inquiry.php To learn the full Solaris course & become an UNIX professional, click here for inquiries - About UWINPro: UWINPro is an established Canadian company, run by successful IT professionals, with more than 2 decades of experience in training and consulting industry. We are one of the most prestigious and trusted IT training provider in North America. At UWINPro we offer corporate and professional training for SAP, UNIX, Oracle, Cisco & other IT courses. Our SAP training offerings include: SAP Functional courses - SAP CRM, SAP SD, SAP MM, SAP FI/CO, SAP BI etc. SAP Techincal courses - SAP Basis, SAP HANA, SAP PI(XI), SAP BI, SAP CRM WebUI, SAP Netweaver, SAP ABAP etc. Our UNIX training offerings include: Oracle Solaris, IBM AIX, HP-UX, Linux, RedHat, Ubuntu, etc. We follow both onsite/classroom & online delivery model for training. Some of our Global Fortune 500 clients are: Enbridge, Loblaws, Thomson Reuters, Johnson & Johnson, IBM, Microsoft, Bell, SAP, Sun Life Financials, Direct Energy, HP, Rogers.....beside many others. For More Info: Visit us at - http://www.uwinpro.com/ Email us at - [email protected] Contact us - (416) 489-8946 (UWIN) Subscribe to our Youtube channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/UWINPro Play exciting quizzes at: http://www.uwinpro.com/quiz.html Take interactive course at: http://www.uwinpro.com/interactive.html
Solaris 11 Network Configuration with ipadm
 
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More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com With Solaris 11 we can use ipadm to configure the IP Address of an interface at the command line and this becomes persistent after a reboot. See how this is managed in this video
Views: 17537 theurbanpenguin
"Get Enterprise Support Grade Support for Sun/Oracle through Oracle Solaris Support"
 
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"Cognegic are provider of Solaris lifetime support and Solaris customer support which is designed to assist your entire business and maintain you’re all Solaris related infrastructure. Our Sun Solaris Operating System Support offer different kind of support including: full server maintenance, supporting your all applications and so on. Quickly get in touch with our experts and solve these issues which come in your Solaris. For More Info: https://cognegicsystems.com/ Contact Number: 1-800-450-8670 Email Address- [email protected] Company’s Address- 507 Copper Square Drive Bethel Connecticut (USA) 06801
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Oracle Solaris ZFS Pool Recovery
 
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George Wilson describes a new feature of ZFS in Oracle Solaris 10 9/10. For more information: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/solaris/overview/index.html
Views: 4099 deirdresun
Installing Oracle VM Server for SPARC (formerly Solaris Logical Domains) on SPARC T-series Servers
 
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This free tutorial and demonstration covers: Installation and initial configuration of Oracle VM Server for SPARC v.2 software on an Oracle T-series server. Configuration of the Control Domain, which controls the logical domain environment and provides services to guest domains. A brief example of creating a guest domain. Instructor: Mick Hosegood, SkillBuilders Oracle Certified Solaris System Administrator, Solaris Network Administrator and Certified Linux Implementation Specialist
Views: 18494 SkillBuilders
Solaris 11 ZFS Storage Pools
 
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More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com Fdisk, partitions, mdadm , mkfs are all old hat. Take a look at ZFS (ZetaByte File System) on Oracle Solaris 11 and see how easy it is to create striped arrays, mirrorored arrays and striping with parity. Do not forget the file system is created along with the array itdel.. Life has never been so easy.
Views: 8021 theurbanpenguin
Solaris 10 - Change IP address without reboot
 
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Solaris 10 - Change IP address without reboot
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Solaris os 11.3
 
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Solaris os 11.3
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Oracle Solaris 11 Express Instalation
 
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Instalacja Oracle Solaris 11 Express Edition.
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Creating a Logical Domain
 
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This video is the fourth in a series of videos on layered virtualization in Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center. You learn how to create a logical domain that will later host a non-global zone. Links to the videos in this series: 1. Introducing Layered Virtualization: http://youtu.be/3HthB0OndFs 2. Creating NAS Storage Libraries: http://youtu.be/RY04pqmDwko 3. Creating SAN Storage Libraries: http://youtu.be/BtdXc7FzPjs 4. Creating a Logical Domain: http://youtu.be/lyI5fsAK2qg 5. Creating a Zone Within a Logical Domain: http://youtu.be/wS9tAHTh-58 Copyright © 2015 Oracle and/or its affiliates. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Other names may be registered trademarks of their respective owners. Oracle disclaims any warranties or representations as to the accuracy or completeness of this recording, demonstration, and/or written materials (the “Materials”). The Materials are provided “as is” without any warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including without limitation warranties or merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement.
Migration of Oracle E Business suite from Solaris to Linux - Best Practices
 
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Watch Estuate's webinar to understand the procedures for migrating Oracle® E-Business Suite from (EBS) 11i implementation a Sun Microsystems SPARC-based server running Solaris to Linux based servers.For more information visit us at : http://www.estuate.com/recorded-webinars
Views: 2674 Estuate, Inc.
Oracle Solaris 9 to 11 Service Start Up
 
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Oracle Solaris 9 to 11 Service Start Up Click here:- http://www.uwinpro.com/inquiry.php To learn the full Solaris course & become an UNIX professional, click here for inquires - About UWINPro: UWINPro is an established Canadian company, run by successful IT professionals, with more than 2 decades of experience in training and consulting industry. We are one of the most prestigious and trusted IT training provider in North America. At UWINPro we offer corporate and professional training for SAP, UNIX, Oracle, Cisco & other IT courses. Our SAP training offerings include: SAP Functional courses - SAP CRM, SAP SD, SAP MM, SAP FI/CO, SAP BI etc. SAP Techincal courses - SAP Basis, SAP HANA, SAP PI(XI), SAP BI, SAP CRM WebUI, SAP Netweaver, SAP ABAP etc. Our UNIX training offerings include: Oracle Solaris, IBM AIX, HP-UX, Linux, RedHat, Ubuntu, etc. We follow both onsite/classroom & online delivery model for training. Some of our Global Fortune 500 clients are: Enbridge, Loblaws, Thomson Reuters, Johnson & Johnson, IBM, Microsoft, Bell, SAP, Sun Life Financials, Direct Energy, HP, Rogers.....beside many others. For More Info: Visit us at - http://www.uwinpro.com/ Email us at - [email protected] Contact us - (416) 489-8946 (UWIN) Subscribe to our Youtube channel - https://www.youtube.com/user/UWINPro Play exciting quizzes at: http://www.uwinpro.com/quiz.html Take interactive course at: http://www.uwinpro.com/interactive.html

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