A System Administrator’s Guide to Sun Workstations by George Becker PDF

By George Becker

ISBN-10: 1441987169

ISBN-13: 9781441987167

ISBN-10: 1461264553

ISBN-13: 9781461264552

This consultant to sunlight management is areference handbook written by way of solar directors for solar directors. The publication isn't in­ tended to be an entire advisor to UNIX structures management; as a substitute it is going to pay attention to the certain concerns which are specific to the sunlight surroundings. it's going to take you thru the elemental steps essential to set up and keep a community of solar desktops. alongside the way in which, useful rules could be given bearing on NFS, YP, backup and restoration strategies, in addition to many beneficial set up assistance that may make a procedure administrator's activity much less painful. Spe­ cifically, SunGS 4.0 via 4.0.3 might be studied; even though, many ofthe rules and ideas provided are common sufficient for use on any model of SunGS. This ebook isn't really meant to be easy advent to SunGS. it really is assumed thatthe reader could have not less than a 12 months ofexperience helping UNIX. BookOverview The firstchaptergives adescription ofthe approach kinds thatwill be mentioned in the course of the e-book. An knowing of the entire process varieties is required to understand the remaining ofthe ebook. bankruptcy 2 offers the data essential to set up a pc. The layout application and the stairs interested in the suninstall approach are coated intimately. principles and ideas approximately partitioning are integrated during this bankruptcy. YP is the subject of the 3rd bankruptcy. a particular description of every YPmap and every YPcommand ispresented, in addition to a few pointers on how you can most sensible make the most of this package deal on your environment.

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This is most helpful when creating a custom partitioning table. 8 Modifying the Disk Label Customizing the partition table is done by selecting the partition you wish to change, giving it a starting point and a size. The size can be given in number of blocks or number of cylinders. It is much easier to work in cylinders rather than with the number of blocks since partitions should start and end on exact cylinder boundaries. When one partition is changed, it affects the start or end point of the oth er partitions in the table.

One of the backup labels is placed near the last block on the disk while others are distributed throughout the disk. Another way to save the label information is to create a log book while installing the system and update the log when changes are made . Now that you know what a partition is, and where the partition information is kept, examples of different disk layouts will be discussed. Because the partition arrangement is usually decided by the person that is installing the system, each specific partition can be placed anywhere, but traditionally, partition " a" is the root partition, "b" is swap space, and "g" is the lusr partition.

These are most likel y on partitions "a" and " b" respectively. Other disks may be used as the primary disk, but special arrangem ents mu st be made, such as changing your EEPROM se tti ng and possibl y some kernel modifications. 4 Selecting Disks While in MUNIX, the format utility will only work with one disk at a time. Sel ect a disk by entering the corr esponding menu item associated with th e disk when format was first invoked. 13 . Many of the main menu selections are path s to sub-menus which perform specific di sk mainten ance.

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