Category Archives: Solaris

Don’t Panic

This famous sentence from H2G2 can apply to the previous issue posted about Solaris filesystem’s been mounted without first fscked. Indeed, there is a nopanic mount option to “fix” this issue. It tells the system not to panic when it … Continue reading

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Solaris: Unexpected Kernel panic…

Last week at work, we found a machine that got some file-systems unmounted and a colleague decided -as almost anyone would have done- to mount them and check if there is data inside… Suddenly, the machine had a kernel panic … Continue reading

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