|SUN Solaris Packaging Guide|
This is a small and simple guide to creating SUN/Solaris software packages and
it has been developed through two years. In this how-to you will be guided
through all the necessary information you need to build SUN/Solaris packages.
An example by packaging a small and simple software is also provided.
|Download analyze_ip.sh (V1.5)||
analyze_ip.sh is a small shellscript
for analyzing the settings of a SUN
|Download tunetcpstack.sh (V1.4)||
tunetcpstack.sh is a small shellscript
for tuning the settings of a SUN
TCP stack during booting.
|Download ddif_F280R.sh (V1.3.1)|
|Download swaplinks.sh (V1.3.1)||
All new Sun Fire machines have one problem in common:
Every device link contains the WWDN of the harddisk, a unique ID
that makes a simple duplication by the "dd" command impossible.
The second disk you duplicate the first on to will have as harddisk
device links the links from the first harddisk. In case of a harddisk failure
of your boot disk, last one is the rotten egg.
ok> boot disk:b or ok> boot disk1I usually set up a cronjob like this:
0 4 * * * /root/cronbin/ddif_F280R.shIMPORTANT NOTICE: Both harddisks must have the same size, the same number of cylinders. The best would be to use identical harddisks.
These scripts have been successfully tested on a F280R, a V880 and a V480.
|Download analyze_sun.sh (V0.80)|
analyze_sun.sh scans your SUN for certain components and
looks for installed harddisks,
These scripts are given away "as they are".
Modifications and suggestions are always welcome :)
There is no warranty for damages to your system, especially with script analyze_sun.sh.
Any system administrator running these scripts _really_ should
take a look at these scripts _CAREFULLY BEFORE_ he/she runs them!!!