OpenSolaris nuggets

1. Solaris reboot with no message — Creek’s Scratch, 8/11
Jajang Kavita saw his Solaris server rebooting without any message left in /var/adm/messages. He gives clues of how to get these messages from ALOM, and finds that something has happened to the system board.
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2. Changing Solaris Run Levels And Clearing Up Some Common Misconceptions — The Linux and Unix Menagerie, 8/11
Mike Tremell has a detailed post on "run level 4" and how it has evolved over time.

3. Solaris, OpenSolaris, Nevada, Indiana, SXDE, SXCE – What? — Fukien, 8/10
The blogger writes on what different Solaris versions and distributions actually exist, and what the differences are amongst them.

4. OpenSolaris snv_94 — Andrnils’s Weblog, 8/10
After returning to using OpenSolaris, Andreas Nilsson noticed that compiz was running a lot smoother. He also liked the reboot option that was added in the list of options available while turning off.

5. A month of ZFS under Linux — tummy.com, 8/8
Sean Reifschneider set up a new Linux machine to migrate 3TB worth of ZFS snapshots from an OpenSolaris system that he had been having problems with. He found that the zfs-fuse daemon died during one of the sends, which was something that had never happened on OpenSolaris. Overall, Sean had mixed results.

6. Stunning OpenSolaris running on VirtualBox — James Selvakumar’s Blog, 8/7
James Selvakumar decided to try out OpenSolaris using VirtualBox. After installing and using the OS for a while, James commented, "Overall, I was very impressed with OpenSolaris and looking forward to use it for my Java development. The user interface is slick and easy to use."

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