A simple article highligting the raid levels and arry types available for the Solaris operating system
How do we know how is a storage device mapped to local device? Simple checkout /etc/path_to_inst.
Having a large number of disks can be a challange for sysadmins. By giving each disk a volume name may make it easier.
Inodes store information on files such as user and group ownership, access mode (read, write, execute permissions) and type of file.
Distinguishing between a failed disk and a failing disk may save you time when you need to replace it.
An entry on the Solaris /etc/vfstab file has seven fields, which are described in the following table.
Overwriting a disk with the format command is usually enough for most purposes, because it greatly reduces the chance that any data can be recovered.
Have you ever got into a situation where you can't install a new system as you forgot to change the disk label from EFI prior to install?