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I did configure my solaris system. I disabled some unnecessary services in /etc/rc2.d , /etc/rc3.d and /etc/inetd.conf

after that, a windows appears with message in the title bar : Sdtperfmeter : Warning. Thus, the I can't open the performance window anymore. Instead dispalying the performance window, the warning windows is displayed.

Maybe I accidentally did some changes to the system that causing this problem. So, what should I do to clear this warning.

Thank you very much
warm regards
brandon
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by:Otetelisanu
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Look /var/adm/messages
It is warning no panic
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by:Otetelisanu
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Make:

look man stdperfmeter

1.  /usr/openwin/bin/xhost
2.  DISPLAY=server:0.0
3.  export DISPLAY
4.  /usr/dt/bin/sdtperfmeter
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by:brandonngst
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hi Otetelisahu

I'm sorry to say that I can't understand what actually should I do to fix this problem.

Could you please make a more clear explanation on the procedure to fix this problem.

Thanks
brandon
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Only suggest...
Look /var/adm/messages
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If rstad is disabled in /etc/inetd.conf, sdtperfmeter will not work anymore. Be sure that you didn't disabled rstad.

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filiep

thanks a lot for helping me solve this problem.. short advice which is work perfectly.

thank you very much.. 300 points is for u

best regards
brandon
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