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Notes, Tips & Tricks: Solaris

Shutdown & reboot

You have more than one command option that you can use. The best command is this, executed as root:

  shutdown -y -i5 -g0

This will immediately shut the system down. You can also use the older command that still works:

  sync;sync;init 5

You can even use:

  poweroff

Reboot If you are trying to reboot the system as opposed to turning it off, you could use:

  shutdown -y -i6 -g0

Or:

  sync;sync;init 6

Or even:

  reboot
  

Runlevel

Find current runlevel:

sjoerd@solaris:/etc$ who -r
   .       run-level 3  Mar  8 10:59     3      0  S

http://61.153.44.88/opensolaris/system-administration-guide-basic-administration/html/ch14s08.html

Starting Microsoft SCOM Agent

root@solaris:/opt/microsoft/scx/bin/tools# ll
total 1078
-r-xr-xr-x   1 root     bin         1.9K Aug 20  2009 scx-cimd
-rwxr-xr-x   1 root     root         164 Aug 20  2009 scxadmin
-rwxr--r--   1 root     root        180K Aug 20  2009 scxcimcli
-rwxr--r--   1 root     root        124K Aug 20  2009 scxcimconfig
-rwxr--r--   1 root     root         46K Aug 20  2009 scxcimmof
-rwxr--r--   1 root     root         46K Aug 20  2009 scxcimmofl
-rwxr-xr-x   1 root     root         168 Aug 20  2009 scxsslconfig
-rwxr--r--   1 root     root        103K Aug 20  2009 scxwbemexec
-rw-r--r--   1 root     root         232 Aug 20  2009 setup.sh
root@solaris:/opt/microsoft/scx/bin/tools# ./scx-cimd start
Starting Cim server daemon

ps -ef geeft nu:

    root   939     1   0 11:49:48 ?           0:00 /opt/microsoft/scx/bin/scxcimserver

Services mgmt

root@solaris:~# svcadm clean scx-cimd
Usage: svcadm [-v] [cmd [args ... ]]

        svcadm enable [-rst] <service> ...      - enable and online service(s)
        svcadm disable [-st] <service> ...      - disable and offline service(s)
        svcadm restart <service> ...            - restart specified service(s)
        svcadm refresh <service> ...            - re-read service configuration
        svcadm mark [-It] <state> <service> ... - set maintenance state
        svcadm clear <service> ...              - clear maintenance state
        svcadm milestone [-d] <milestone>       - advance to a service milestone

        Services can be specified using an FMRI, abbreviation, or fnmatch(5)
        pattern, as shown in these examples for svc:/network/smtp:sendmail

        svcadm <cmd> svc:/network/smtp:sendmail
        svcadm <cmd> network/smtp:sendmail
        svcadm <cmd> network/*mail
        svcadm <cmd> network/smtp
        svcadm <cmd> smtp:sendmail
        svcadm <cmd> smtp
        svcadm <cmd> sendmail
[1]+  Done                    /opt/MegaRaidStorageManager/MegaPopup/popup
root@solaris:~# svcadm clear scx-cimd scx-cimd
root@solaris:~# svcadm enable scx-cimd scx-cimd
root@solaris:~# cd /lib/
Display all 241 possibilities? (y or n)
root@solaris:~# cd /lib/svc/method/
root@solaris:/lib/svc/method# ./scx-cimd status
Checking for service Cim server daemon
Cim server daemon (804) is running
root@solaris:/lib/svc/method# svcs scx-cimd
STATE          STIME    FMRI
online         11:36:08 svc:/application/management/scx-cimd:default
root@solaris:/lib/svc/method#

Hardware Diagnostic

root@solarissparc:/opt/SUNWsan/bin# prtdiag
System Configuration:  Sun Microsystems  sun4us Fujitsu Siemens PRIMEPOWER650 1-slot 8x SPARC64 V
System clock frequency: 270 MHz
Memory size: 24576 Megabytes

========================= CPUs =========================

                    Run   Ecache   CPU    CPU
Brd  CPU   Module   MHz     MB    Impl.   Mask
---  ---  -------  -----  ------  ------  ----
 0     0     0      2024     3.0   5        5.1
 0     1     1      2024     3.0   5        5.0
 0     2     2      2024     3.0   5        5.1
 0     3     3      2024     3.0   5        5.1
 0     4     4      2024     3.0   5        5.1
 0     5     5      2024     3.0   5        5.2
 0     6     6      2024     3.0   5        5.1
 0     7     7      2024     3.0   5        5.2


========================= IO Cards =========================

     Bus   Freq
Brd  Type  MHz   Slot        Name                          Model
---  ----  ----  ----------  ----------------------------  --------------------
 0   PCI    33            1  network-SUNW,hme
 0   PCI    33            1  scsi-glm/disk (block)         Symbios,53C875
 0   PCI    33            1  scsi-glm/disk (block)         Symbios,53C875
 0   PCI    33            1  lpfc-pci10df,fa00/fp (fp)     LP10000
 0   PCI    66            1  lpfc-pci10df,fa00/fp (fp)     LP10000
 0   PCI    33            1  FJSV,pgtb-fjgi                Broadcom,BCM5703C
 0   PCI    66            1  FJSV,pgtb-fjgi                Broadcom,BCM5703C
 0   PCI    33            2  FJSV,pgtb-fjgi                Broadcom,BCM5703C

No failures found in System
===========================
root@solarisintel:~# prtdiag
System Configuration: IBM IBM 3850 M2 / x3950 M2 -[72336LG]-
BIOS Configuration: IBM -[A3E170AUS-1.16]- 12/21/2010
BMC Configuration: IPMI 2.0 (KCS: Keyboard Controller Style)

==== Processor Sockets ====================================

Version                          Location Tag
-------------------------------- --------------------------
Intel Xeon MP                    Node 1 CPU 3
Intel Xeon MP                    Node 1 CPU 1
Intel Xeon MP                    Node 1 CPU 2
Intel Xeon MP                    Node 1 CPU 4

==== Memory Device Sockets ================================

Type    Status Set Device Locator      Bank Locator
------- ------ --- ------------------- --------------------
DDR2    in use 1   DIMM1               Node1/Bank1/MemCard1
DDR2    in use 1   DIMM5               Node1/Bank1/MemCard1
DDR2    in use 2   DIMM2               Node1/Bank2/MemCard1
DDR2    in use 2   DIMM6               Node1/Bank2/MemCard1
DDR2    in use 3   DIMM3               Node1/Bank3/MemCard1
DDR2    in use 3   DIMM7               Node1/Bank3/MemCard1
DDR2    in use 4   DIMM4               Node1/Bank4/MemCard1
DDR2    in use 4   DIMM8               Node1/Bank4/MemCard1
DDR2    in use 5   DIMM1               Node1/Bank5/MemCard2
DDR2    in use 5   DIMM5               Node1/Bank5/MemCard2
DDR2    in use 6   DIMM2               Node1/Bank6/MemCard2
DDR2    in use 6   DIMM6               Node1/Bank6/MemCard2
DDR2    in use 7   DIMM3               Node1/Bank7/MemCard2
DDR2    in use 7   DIMM7               Node1/Bank7/MemCard2
DDR2    empty  8   DIMM4               Node1/Bank8/MemCard2
DDR2    empty  8   DIMM8               Node1/Bank8/MemCard2
DDR2    in use 9   DIMM1               Node1/Bank9/MemCard3
DDR2    in use 9   DIMM5               Node1/Bank9/MemCard3
DDR2    in use 10  DIMM2               Node1/Bank10/MemCard3
DDR2    in use 10  DIMM6               Node1/Bank10/MemCard3
DDR2    in use 11  DIMM3               Node1/Bank11/MemCard3
DDR2    in use 11  DIMM7               Node1/Bank11/MemCard3
DDR2    empty  12  DIMM4               Node1/Bank12/MemCard3
DDR2    empty  12  DIMM8               Node1/Bank12/MemCard3
DDR2    in use 13  DIMM1               Node1/Bank13/MemCard4
DDR2    in use 13  DIMM5               Node1/Bank13/MemCard4
DDR2    in use 14  DIMM2               Node1/Bank14/MemCard4
DDR2    in use 14  DIMM6               Node1/Bank14/MemCard4
DDR2    in use 15  DIMM3               Node1/Bank15/MemCard4
DDR2    in use 15  DIMM7               Node1/Bank15/MemCard4
DDR2    empty  16  DIMM4               Node1/Bank16/MemCard4
DDR2    empty  16  DIMM8               Node1/Bank16/MemCard4

==== On-Board Devices =====================================

==== Upgradeable Slots ====================================

ID  Status    Type             Description
--- --------- ---------------- ----------------------------
1   available PCI Express      Node1 PCI-Express Slot 1
2   available PCI Express      Node1 PCI-Express Slot 2
3   available PCI Express      Node1 PCI-Express Slot 3
4   available PCI Express      Node1 PCI-Express Slot 4
5   in use    PCI Express      Node1 PCI-Express Slot 5
6   available PCI Express      Node1 PCI-Express Slot 6
7   available PCI Express      Node1 PCI-Express Slot 7

xauth

This sounds like you don't have the standard X applications such as "xauth" on
your PATH.  On Solaris this means you need to add "/usr/openwin/bin" to your
PATH environment variable.

PATH

So set your path like this:

export PATH="/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/root/bin:/usr/openwin/bin"

Create A User

useradd sjoerd \
  -c "Sjoerd Hooft Local Account" \
  -d /export/home/sjoerd \
  -m \
  -s /usr/bin/bash

useradd -c "Sjoerd Hooft Local Account" -d /export/home/sjoerd -m -s /usr/bin/bash sjoerd
Note that the /home is reserved for system usage and that local users should get a homedir in /export/home

Locking and Unlocking a user

Lock: -l Unlock: -u

user@solbox:~$ sudo passwd -l user1
passwd: password information changed for user1
user@solbox:~$ sudo passwd -u user1
passwd: password information changed for user1

With Sun Directory Server

sjoerd@solaris:/opt/SUNWdsee7/bin$ ./dsutil account-status uid=richard,ou=people,dc=prd,dc=domain
Enter "cn=Directory Manager" password:
"uid=richard,ou=people,dc=prd,dc=domain" is activated.
sjoerd@solaris:/opt/SUNWdsee7/bin$ ./dsutil account-inactivate uid=richard,ou=people,dc=prd,dc=domain
Enter "cn=Directory Manager" password:
"uid=richard,ou=people,dc=prd,dc=domain" has been inactivated.
sjoerd@solaris:/opt/SUNWdsee7/bin$ ./dsutil account-status uid=richard,ou=people,dc=prd,dc=domain
Enter "cn=Directory Manager" password:
"uid=richard,ou=people,dc=prd,dc=domain" is inactivated.

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19424-01/820-4809/managing-account-lockout/index.html

Change default shell of Local User

This is set in the /etc/passwd file:

user123:x:9613:2013:User 123:/home/user123:/bin/ksh
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