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System Administration Guide: Basic Administration
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secondary groups
UNIX Groups
UNIX Groups
security, user ID number reuse and, User ID Numbers
security considerations, Java Web Console, Java Web Console Security Considerations
selecting a logging level, changing Java Web Console properties, Configuring the Java Web Console
servers, OS server, Adding OS Services
service (SMF), description, SMF Service
service configuration repository, See repository
service management facility
See SMF
service states, description, Service States
session timeout period, changing Java Web Console properties, How to Change Java Web Console Properties
set command, Shell Environment
setenv command
Shell Environment
Shell Environment
Setting boot behavior by using eeprom command, GRUB based booting, x86: How to Modify Boot Behavior by Using the eeprom Command
shadow file
description, Where User Account and Group Information Is Stored
fields in, Fields in the shadow File
sharing, user home directories (how to), How to Share a User's Home Directory
SHELL environment variable, Shell Environment
shell variables, Shell Environment
shells
basic features
Shell Features
Shell Features
environment of, Shell Environment
environment variables and
Shell Environment
Shell Environment
Locale Variables
local variables
Shell Environment
Shell Environment
user initialization files and, User and Site Initialization Files Examples
shutdown command
description, System Shutdown Commands
notifying users, User Notification of System Down Time
shutting down a server, Guidelines for Shutting Down a System
shutting down a server (how to), How to Shut Down a Server
shutting down
a system, guidelines, Guidelines for Shutting Down a System
a system cleanly with shutdown and init commands, System Shutdown Commands
signed patches, Signed and Unsigned Patches
See also patches
when to use, Determining Whether to Apply Signed or Unsigned Patches to Your System
single sign-on, secure https port, Java Web Console, What Is the Java Web Console?
single-user level, See run level s or S
site initialization files, Using Site Initialization Files
/skel directory, Customizing a User's Work Environment
skeleton directories (/etc/skel), Customizing a User's Work Environment
smcwebserver command, Java Web Console, Java Web Console Management Commands
SMF
commands, SMF Command-Line Administrative Utilities
delegated restarters, SMF Delegated Restarters
library interfaces, Service Management Configuration Library Interfaces
overview, Managing Services (Overview)
smreg command
Java Web Console
Java Web Console Management Commands
How to Unregister a Legacy Application From the Java Web Console
SMV mirrored root (/) metadevice, updating the boot archive, How to Manually Update the Boot Archive on a RAID-1 (Mirror) Volume
snapshots (SMF), description, SMF Snapshots
software management
naming conventions for packages, Key Points for Adding Software Packages (pkgadd)
packages and, Overview of Software Packages
tools for, Tools for Managing Software Packages
software packages
installing, How to Add Software Packages to a Spool Directory (pkgadd)
installing from a spool directory (example of), How to Add Software Packages to a Spool Directory (pkgadd)
Solaris boot archives
failsafe and normal
reference, Implementation of the Boot Archives on Solaris SPARC
Solaris boot behavior, how to manage, Modifying Solaris Boot Behavior (Tasks)
Solaris Management Console
description, What Is the Solaris Management Console?
description of tools, Solaris Management Console Tools
reasons for using, Why Use the Solaris Management Console?
starting (how to), How to Start the Console as Superuser or as a Role
using with RBAC, Using the Solaris Management Tools With RBAC (Task Map)
SPARC boot options, booting from a ZFS root file system, SPARC: Boot Options That Support Booting From a ZFS Root File System
spool directories
installing software packages to (example of)
How to Add Software Packages to a Spool Directory (pkgadd)
How to Check the Integrity of Installed Software Packages (pkgchk)
installing software packages to (how to), How to Add Software Packages to a Spool Directory (pkgadd)
staff group, UNIX Groups
stage2, GRUB component, x86: Functional Components of GRUB
stand-alone systems, definition, Stand-Alone Systems
starting and stopping services, How to Use a Run Control Script to Stop or Start a Legacy Service
starting applications, Java Web Console launch page, Getting Started With the Java Web Console
Stop-A keys, SPARC: How to Stop the System for Recovery Purposes
stopping
a system for recovery purposes
SPARC, SPARC: How to Stop the System for Recovery Purposes
a system for recovery purposes (how to)
x86, x86: How to Stop a System for Recovery Purposes
strategies, for using Solaris patches, Managing Solaris Patches by Using the patchadd Command (Tasks)
stty command, Locale Variables
Sun Java Web Console, Working With the Sun Java Web Console (Tasks)
Sun software packages
adding (example of), How to Add Software Packages (pkgadd)
installing, How to Add Software Packages (pkgadd)
SUNW prefix, Key Points for Adding Software Packages (pkgadd)
superuser (root) password, forget, SPARC, SPARC: How to Boot a System for Recovery Purposes
svc.startddaemon, description, SMF Master Restarter Daemon
svcadm command, description, SMF Command-Line Administrative Utilities
svccfg command, description, SMF Command-Line Administrative Utilities
svcprop command, description, SMF Command-Line Administrative Utilities
svcs command, description, SMF Command-Line Administrative Utilities
sync command, SPARC: How to Force a Crash Dump and Reboot of the System
synchronize file systems with sync command, SPARC: How to Force a Crash Dump and Reboot of the System
system accounts, User ID Numbers
system BIOS in GRUB boot environment, x86: System BIOS
system initialization files, User's Work Environment
system shutdown commands, System Shutdown Commands
system types
appliance, Description of an Appliance
diskless client, Diskless Clients
guidelines for choosing, Guidelines for Choosing System Types
overview, Overview of System Types
stand-alone system, Stand-Alone Systems
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