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DTrace and Application Analysis
Apr 12, 2011
This chapter focuses on application analysis for end users, regardless of language or layer in the software stack.
Managing Your Oracle Solaris Cluster Environment
Oct 14, 2010
This chapter covers many important aspects of an Oracle Solaris Cluster system's lifecycle.
Inside Oracle VM VirtualBox
Oct 8, 2010
This chapter explains how Oracle VM VirtualBox works and provides examples of common configurations.
Q & A with the Authors of "UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook"
Jul 28, 2010
Matthew Helmke talks to the authors of UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook about their new book, interacting with readers, and whether after 4 editions they consider themselves sysadmins or authors.
Managing Solaris OS System Processes
Apr 2, 2010
This chapter discusses all the basic concepts for managing system processes in the Solaris Operating System.
System Protection with SMF
Dec 22, 2009
This chapter shows you how to configure four programs—NFS, IP filter, FTP, and the Apache2 Web server — as SMF services.
Understanding Sun Web Server 7.0 Configuration Files
Aug 18, 2009
This chapter takes a closer look at each Sun Web Server 7.0 configuration file as well as the syntax, usage, and considerations for each file.
Controlling Access and Configuring System Messaging in Solaris 10
May 22, 2009
This chapter covers two main topics: Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) and system messaging (syslog) as they relate to the CX-310-202 exam.
Solaris 10 ZFS Essentials: Managing Storage Pools
Jan 5, 2009
Scott Watanabe covers the basic concepts, configurations, and administrative tasks of ZFS pools.
Breaking Down OpenSolaris on the Desktop
Jul 18, 2008
A.Lizard runs down the peaks and valleys of OpenSolaris, the community-supported version of Sun's Solaris operating System.
Solaris Informational Tools
Apr 2, 2008
This chapter describes the most commonly used tools available both on Solaris and as part of the developer tools.
ZFS Uncovered
Apr 6, 2007
When Sun designed ZFS, they threw away the rule book and created something that has no direct analogue in any other UNIX-like system. David Chisnall looks at what changes they've made to conventional storage models, what assumptions are built into the system, and how it all fits together.
Inside Solaris File Systems
Nov 3, 2006
Get inside the Solaris File Systems by looking at physical I/O, latency, top end activity, caches, and statistics.
The Solaris UFS File System
Oct 27, 2006
The UFS file system is the general-purpose, disk-based file system that is shipped with Solaris today and has been the default file system since early versions of SunOS 4.x. This sample chapter covers its history, architecture, and some basic administrative concepts.
How to Perform System Boot and Shutdown Procedures for Solaris 10
Feb 3, 2006
This chapter provides a description of the OpenBoot environment, the PROM, NVRAM, and the kernel. It describes how to access OpenBoot and the various commands that are available to test and provide information about the hardware.
Planning for the Development of Sun Cluster Agents
Jun 10, 2005
As with any development project, you need to do a little planning before creating an agent. In particular, you must understand the capabilities of the application in question, and define the scope of the project. This sample chapter will help you get started planning for your new agent.
Installing and Running Security Software for Sun Solaris
Oct 8, 2004
This chapter provides instructions for downloading, installing, and running the Solaris Security Toolkit software and other security-related software.
IPsec -- A Secure Deployment Option
Sep 24, 2004
This article addresses the problem of protecting data traffic between systems using working examples to explain how to configure IPsec to protect data, to create keys, and to troubleshoot implementations.
Using pGINA to Authenticate Users in Microsoft Windows Environments
Aug 27, 2004
This article describes how you can use pGINA software with a variety of authentication plug-ins to authenticate users to a unified authentication scheme.
Dynamic Reconfiguration for High-End Servers: Part 2--Implementation Phase
Jun 11, 2004
This article describes the implementation of DR operations and presents best practices for successfully deploying DR operations.

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