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System Administration Guide: Basic Administration
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What's New in Administering the Java Web Console?

This section includes features that are new in this Solaris release.

Java Web Console Server Management

Solaris 10 11/06: The Java Web Console server is managed as a service by the Service Management Facility (SMF). For more information about SMF, see Chapter 16, Managing Services (Overview).

Applications That Are Available to the Java Web Console

The ZFSTM web-based management tool is available in the Java Web Console. This tool enables you to perform much of the administration tasks that you can perform with the command-line interface (CLI). These capabilities include setting parameters, viewing the various pools and file systems, and making updates to them.

The following are examples of typical procedures that you might perform with the tool:

  • Create a new storage pool.

  • Add capacity to an existing pool.

  • Move (export) a storage pool to another system.

  • Import a previously exported storage pool, to make it available on another system.

  • View tables of information about storage pools.

  • Create a file system.

  • Create a zvol (virtual volume).

  • Take a snapshot of a file system or a zvol volume.

  • Roll back a file system to a previous snapshot.

For more information about using the Solaris ZFS web-based management tool, see Solaris ZFS Administration Guide.

Note - The Sun Java Enterprise System software includes several management applications that run in the Java Web Console.

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