A collection of system administration hints and tips, tricks and articles for the Solaris operating system in all its variants.
The st.conf is the configiuration file for the st (SCSI Tape) driver on the Solaris Operating System.
Ever needed to get Solaris to detect disks; the method depends on the version of Solaris. This article provides a how to
ping or not to ping that is a solaris quirk
A simple one liner to help find and remove core files from a given system.
Some very useful command in Solaris to find more about a given binary.
A short article providing various keyboard shortcuts for command line edit of any commands quick and easily.
ASET allows you to monitor and restrict access to system files. It can be configured for three security levels: low, medium, and high.
On Sun workstations and servers you can interact with the boot EEPROM (NVRAM) at any time by holding down the STOP (L1) key and pressing the "a" key