Notes on Solaris

I just overheard someone referring to Solaris 2.6 as a "virgin operating system". With a straight face, no less. In one sense, I can see it. The one whereby it knows what it wants to do, it's just not entirely sure how...

— Carl Jacobs

This is a collection of notes about doing various things with Solaris that I either had a hard time finding quickly or that seemed relatively obscure. I used to administer Solaris systems primarily, but am currently switching to GNU/Linux (particularly Debian), so some of this information may be a bit out of date.

Please note that all of these pages assume a basic knowledge of Unix and sometimes don't go into a lot of detail about exactly what to type. As a result, they may be a bit frustrating for new users.

Debugging tricks:

Hardware:

System configuration:

Last spun 2013-07-01 from thread modified 2013-01-04