Check the Memory and Pages detail

Friday, September 30, 2011 at 12:14 AM
#kstat -c pages | egrep "(mem|pages)"
name: system_pages class: pages
availrmem 4162512
freemem 3722148
pagesfree 3722148
pageslocked 4035816
pagestotal 8213592
physmem 8235220

Find the block error in system messages

Tuesday, September 27, 2011 at 7:25 AM
#cd /var/adm; less messages/messages.1grep 'Error Block'cut -d ' ' -f 12sort uniq -c

Solaris Container Vs LDOM

Saturday, September 10, 2011 at 11:27 AM
Solaris Containers
No special hardware required
Single OS image
Sub-CPU resource granularity
Shared kernel, memory, file systems (configuration, resources and
Solaris only (excluding Linux branded zone on x86)
CPUs can be shared
Works on all systems
Virtually unlimited partitioning (max is 8191 non-global zones)
Single system patch level
Most admin operations can be applied to all containers in a single operation
Very little performance overhead for zone infrastructure

Sun4v systems only
Multiple OS images
Multiples of CPU granularity
Dedicated kernel, memory, file systems
Can support other OSes
CPUs can not be shared (CPUs here refers to a strand/thread)
Currently available on Tx000, T5xy0 only
Partitioning limited to number of CPUs
Multiple and different patch and release levels possible
Each LDom must be fully managed separately

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