solaris 11.1 ipmp configuration

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dladm create-part -l net4 -P FFFF backup1 dladm create-part -l net8 -P FFFF backup2 ipadm create-ip backup1 ipadm create-ip backup2 ipadm create-addr -T static -a 192.168.12.101/23 backup1/v4 ipadm create-addr -T static -a 192.168.12.102/23 backup2/v4 ipadm create-addr -T static -a 192.168.12.103/23 backup0/v4 ipadm create-ipmp backup0 ipadm add-ipmp -i backup1 -i backup2 backup0 http://exablurb.blogspot.com/2013/05/10gbe-connections-with-exalogic-running.html ipadm remove-ipmp -i […]

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How to add a p5p pkg to a Solaris 11 repo

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First you add the IDR/p5p file to the repo Note: To see how-to create a Solaris pkg click here

Then you refresh the repo

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How To Install an IDR Pkg Using a p5p in Solaris 11

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Installing / applying an IDR Pkg(patch) Using a .p5p in Solaris 11.x First we need to get the list of packages included in the p5p

Then install the patch / package

If the above steps is not working, then you might need to unset the soalris publisher and set the p5p s as […]

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How To Change The Priority In Solaris For The Oracle DB Process

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Modify the Oracle Database Cluster process to use the FX scheduler.

Update to include the LMS process as well

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Solaris and Jumbo Frames

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There are indeed two different layers where you are able to control the MTU size. The underlying interface needs to be capanle to support larger packets called jumbo frames. If the hardware is able to deal with larger packets then the next step is to configure the network driver to actually utilize these larger packet […]

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Solaris IPFilter optimization

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The default settings are quite conservative, and should be increased.

The default settings are quite conservative.

You need to shutdown IPFilter and apply larger table size limits.

To make this persistent across reboots edit ipf.conf

Check again to see if the change took effect.

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Using IPFilter Rules

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IPfilter is disabled by default. You need to use svcadm to enable, disable, start or stop the service. For initial setup of the service: svccfg -s network/ipfilter:defaultsetprop firewall_config_default/policy = astring: custom svccfg -s network/ipfilter:defaultsetprop firewall_config_default/custom_policy_file = astring: “/etc/ipf/ipf.conf” svcadm refresh ipfilter svcadm enable ipfilter Starting and Stopping IPfilter svcadm enable ipfilter svcs -a | grep ipfilter online         […]

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