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     Thankx in advance. I need a reference for a website which is having details regarding tips and tricks of solving the day-to-day  problems and solutions for Solaris. OR refer a book which is having tips and tricks to solve the daily problems in Sun Administration.
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Hi,

My web site is a modest start but it does contain over one hundred scripts that are useful.  There is also a list of books if you wish to learn more.

Over time, I shall be adding more technical documents.  If you have any specific questions I'll have a look at what I have for you.

Regards, Nisus.

http://www.omnimodo.com

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Thankx nisus,
                      In this site itself i asked 2 questions. If u have answer please reply to it.
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Hi,

I have not received any questions via my site.  I did have a problem with my email provider yesterday and have changed to another provider.

Please try again, my apologies, Nisus.
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The best site I've ever ran across is of course sunsolve.sun.com.  Typically speaking, if it's a problem, bug, or general configuation question, it's there.  Well worth the $$$/year that the support contract costs, to get access to it.
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For emergency issues you should subscribe to the Sun Managers email list, there is a summary of the problems solved in:

http://www.LaTech.edu/sunman.html


Refer to the messages in that archive to subscribe to the list (pleas don't email individuals!).
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