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    you might also be better off using "pgrep"...

    you might also be better off using "pgrep" instead of "ps -efZ" or suchlike:

    pgrep -u XYZ -z ZEE JavaServer1

    however writing the PID to a logfile, as RealNC suggested, or at least logging to a...
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    good to know you fixed it ... been several years...

    good to know you fixed it ... been several years since I last did it
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    have you tried: # ./setup_install_server...

    have you tried:

    # ./setup_install_server /export/install/solaris10

    It might well want a subdirectory to create the file into.
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    okay, do a database export on the database,...

    okay, do a database export on the database, de-install and remove everything from all the directories on the computer, install the database again, import your database and install designer and...
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    Damn! they're getting cleverer. Seemed so like...

    Damn! they're getting cleverer.

    Seemed so like a badly informed question, I didn't even bother to tell them that this isn't a section for Oracle, but for Solaris :)
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    6i and 8i (~ year 2000)? wow, I've not seen...

    6i and 8i (~ year 2000)?

    wow, I've not seen them in a while.

    you need to install the designer and developer in their own Oracle_Home, you cannot install into the same Oracle_Home as the...
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    This is the first update in the a series since...

    This is the first update in the a series since a7, however a lot of work has been going on in Illumos kernel itself and in the "hipster" repository where the "bleeding-edge" stuff is happening.

    My...
  8. Umm ... actually I do ... on a laptop. Mostly...

    Umm ... actually I do ... on a laptop.

    Mostly it's because it's an environment that I know very well, partly it's down to the network stack on Solaris being, for me, more configurable, and partly...
  9. ZFS support is not quite on a parity ... although...

    ZFS support is not quite on a parity ... although the code base is pretty much the same.

    ZFS pools can be created on Solaris "slices" (sub-partitions as it were) in Solaris/Illumos, and ZFS on...
  10. RE: What is ZFS

    http://www.lmgtfy.com/?q=zfs&l=1
  11. Java isn't the issue, in fact you can pretty much...

    Java isn't the issue, in fact you can pretty much run the system without it (Don't get confused by the "Java Desktop" which is just a rebranded Gnome, nothing to do with Java, just made by "Sun") ......
  12. While in general I don't agree with kraftman, in...

    While in general I don't agree with kraftman, in this case I do, strongly.

    BTRFS is not stable enough for general application, and most importantly is not the default on Linux, whereas ZFS is the...
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    but they won't ... they have the ability, but...

    but they won't ... they have the ability, but they won't own the copyright, which means that they cannot close the source again.

    pretty much all ZFS coders, and many other important new technology...
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    I do just that with Illumos ... but then again my...

    I do just that with Illumos ... but then again my name is *Napoleon*!

    Seriously though, I look at my colleagues who run Ubuntu on their Laptops and I glow with pride when I get to show off the...
  15. Yeah ... there is a SFW repository which contains...

    Yeah ... there is a SFW repository which contains "FreeWare" ... and a "SFW encumbered" repository for Freeware that might not be legal/licensed in your country ;)
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    what problem are you trying to fix? Which...

    what problem are you trying to fix?

    Which version of Solaris are you having trouble with?

    Is it related to the current thread?
  17. Nope, I'd be wary of it because some of that...

    Nope, I'd be wary of it because some of that looks at least slightly dodgy ...

    But WOW, that is one CD that might just have to be downloaded :)
  18. Windows ...

    http://pogostick.net/~pnh/ntpasswd/

    it's even easier than you thought :)

    PS. if you have this disk, never show it to any of your users ... it's almost as dangerous as http://www.dban.org/...
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    did you ever get this sorted?
  20. boot to CD

    boot to an openindiana/opensolaris live cd mount the zfs root slice, modify the passwords in /etc to be blank and then log in as the old system user ...

    you should then be able to log in as that...
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