OpenSolaris Bible

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 21, 2011 - Computers - 1008 pages
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After a beginning overview of the history of OpenSolaris, its open-source licensing, and the community development model, this book then goes on to highlight the aspects of OpenSolaris that differ from more familiar operating systems. You’ll learn how to become a power user of OpenSolaris by maximizing the abilities of advanced features like Dtrace, the fault management architecture, ZFS, the service management facility, and Zones. Authors provide insider tips, unique tricks, and practical examples to help you stay sharp with the latest features of OpenSolaris.
 

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Contents

Chapter
3
Summary 368
10
Summary 46
17
Installing OpenSolaris
19
The Desktop
103
Mail service 308
113
Performance Monitor
129
Printers and Peripherals
135
Resource Management 659
659
The project database
661
Resource Caps
671
Processor Sets
682
Resources
691
Zones
693
Moving a zone from one machine to another
719
Branded Zones
734

Disks Local File Systems and the Volume Manager
191
Network File Systems and Directory Services 331
452
PartV
465
HTTP 309
954
Resources 328
966
Service Management 465
465
Kstats
518
Logs
524
Summary 329
574
Clustering OpenSolaris for High Availability
575
Virtualization Overview 649
649
Summary
740
xVM Hypervisor
741
Other devices
782
Logical Domains LDoms
787
VirtualBox
823
Booting and installing the guest OS
826
Part VI
843
Developing on OpenSolaris
869
Source Code Management
912
Software Management 167
956
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Nicholas A. Solter is an engineer at Sun Microsystems and core contributor to the OpenSolaris HA Clubsters community group. He is lead author of Professional C++.

Gerald Jelinek is an engineer on the Zones team at Sun and a core contributor to the OpenSolaris Zones community group.

David Miner is an engineer at Sun, a co-lead for the OpenSolaris distribution, and architect of the Caiman installer.

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