1. Log in as root
2. cd /etc
3. Edit /etc/hostname.hme0
4. Set up your /etc/hosts file.
5. Create or edit /etc/nodename
7. Edit /etc/nsswitch.conf
8. Create or edit /etc/resolv.conf
9. Reboot or re-initialize networking
10. Go to www.sunfreeware.com and download some stuff.
That's about it. If you have any comments or corrections, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Author: Nick Grossman
Blog dedicated to Oracle Applications (E-Business Suite) Technology; covers Apps Architecture, Administration and third party bolt-ons to Apps
Saturday, December 27, 2008
Solaris refuses to boot
Recently one of the Solaris servers which was down for maintenance by unix team, refused to boot.
While searching for a solution to this problem I came across the Nick Grossman's article How to get Solaris Box Online which is something anyone working with Solaris as the OS should know. I am pasting it below:
How to get a Solaris Box Online