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System Administration Guide: Advanced Administration
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Managing System Resources (Road Map)




Displaying and changing system information

Use various commands to display and change system information, such as general system information, the language environment, the date and time, and the system's host name.

Chapter 5, Displaying and Changing System Information (Tasks)

Managing disk use

Identify how disk space is used and take steps to remove old and unused files.

Chapter 6, Managing Disk Use (Tasks)

Managing quotas

Use UFS file system quotas to manage how much disk space is used by users.

Chapter 7, Managing Quotas (Tasks)

Scheduling system events

Use cron and at jobs to help schedule system routines that can include clean up of old and unused files.

Chapter 8, Scheduling System Tasks (Tasks)

Managing system accounting

Use system accounting to identify how users and applications are using system resources.

Chapter 9, Managing System Accounting (Tasks)

Managing system resources with Solaris Resource Management

Use resource manager to control how applications use available system resources and to track and charge resource usage.

Chapter 1, Introduction to Solaris Resource Management, in System Administration Guide: Virtualization Using the Solaris Operating System

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