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System Administration Guide: Virtualization Using the Solaris Operating System
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Administering Projects and Tasks (Task Map)



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View examples of commands and options used with projects and tasks.

Display task and project IDs, display various statistics for processes and projects that are currently running on your system.

Example Commands and Command Options

Define a project.

Add a project entry to the /etc/project file and alter values for that entry.

How to Define a Project and View the Current Project

Delete a project.

Remove a project entry from the /etc/project file.

How to Delete a Project From the /etc/project File

Validate the project file or project database.

Check the syntax of the /etc/project file or verify the uniqueness of the project name and project ID against the external naming service.

How to Validate the Contents of the /etc/project File

Obtain project membership information.

Display the current project membership of the invoking process.

How to Obtain Project Membership Information

Create a new task.

Create a new task in a particular project by using the newtask command.

How to Create a New Task

Associate a running process with a different task and project.

Associate a process number with a new task ID in a specified project.

How to Move a Running Process Into a New Task

Add and work with project attributes.

Use the project database administration commands to add, edit, validate, and remove project attributes.

Editing and Validating Project Attributes

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