A few people have noticed a trend in the Oracle Solaris 11 update releases
of delivering more and more Solaris commands as 64-bit binaries, so I figured
it was time to write a detailed explanation to answer some of the questions
and help prepare users & developers for further change, as it now becomes
more critical to deliver shared objects in both 32-bit (ILP32) and
64-bit (LP64) versions.
I’d like to thank Ali, Gary, Margot, (more...)
OpenWorld looms! If you're in town by now, you probably already know what you're doing on Sunday as our newly-minted CTO takes the stage at 5 PM, so let's jump ahead to Monday.
Here are some sessions to consider (and yes, there is some overlap here and there...):
- 8:30 AM - Mark Hurd's Keynote (Moscone North, Hall D)
- 9:30 AM - 10:15 AM Breakfast
- Your first chance to join us at Systems/Solaris -land, at (more...)
As simple as that! ZONE CONFIGURATION Steps: 1.Create the zone configuration; 2.Specify datasets and devices; 3.Configure network; 4.Configure resources and limits; 5.Verify and commit; 1.Create the zone configuration: Zone configuration is created and maintained through zonecfg utility. To create a new zone we shall use the following syntax: This will open an interactive interface for […]
So one more successful annual conference of All India Oracle Users Group (AIOUG) happened on November 9th and 10th at Hyderabad, India.
Earlier I used to attend Oracle database sessions at AIOUG but this time AIOUG board had done a remarkable job by extending the coverage to Solaris topics. Obviously as (more...)
Earlier this month I was able to bought the book “Sun Performance and Tuning: Java and the Internet (2nd Edition)” for only 190pesos at some bookstore
Amazon sells it for 2400pesos..
It’s a pretty old book and was published around 1995-1996 but the content is still interesting. This led me to research more on the author and all of his work. Well hey! This guy is a recipient of the Michelson Award by Computer Measurement Group (CMG) I strongly suggest you subscribe to the monthly MeasureIT publication.. lots of good stuff on performance. The name of the mystery guy is (more...)