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Solaris(r) Troubleshooting Handbook: Troubleshooting and Performance Tuning Hints for Solaris(r) 10 and Opensolaris(r)
Paperback - English

A manual of troubleshooting and performance analysis tips for administrators of Solaris(R) 10 and OpenSolaris(R) systems.Discussion of common tools available to Solaris administrators to resolve problems, including usage examples.*DTrace(R)*mdb and crash dumps*storage management and ZFS(R)*common error messages*performance management*troubleshooting methodsSince 1997, the top-rated Solaris(R) Troubleshooting web site has helped administrators fix problems and improve system design. This book extends and supplements the information that has helped the community for more than a decade.

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
1463512414
EAN
9781463512415
Publisher
Publication Date
11/10/2008
Pages
362
Dimension
25.40cm x 20.29cm x 1.91cm
Age Group
NA to NA
Grades
Not Applicable to Not Applicable
Lexile Level
0
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About Author

Cromar, Scott
Scott Cromar is Senior Manager, Information Systems and Technology at Convergys. He was formerly a Vice President of Technology at the Bank of America/Merrill Lynch. He has been a Unix system administrator for two decades, and a project manager, technical team lead, and system architect for more than a decade, periodically building multifunctional operational teams from scratch. He earned his BS in mathematics from Brigham Young University and took an MSCIS in IT Project Management from Boston University. Formerly administrator of the Solaris environment at Princeton University, Cromar is the




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