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Solaris Memory & Storage Management

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Hi,

Can any one advise from where I can get technical articles regarding Memory and Storage Management in Solaris OS.

Thanks,

Riz Abbasi
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There is an excellent book called Solaris Internals by Mauro & McDougall published by Prentice Hall (ISBN : 0-13-022496-0) which covers everything you ever wanted to know about Solaris - and more!

Cheers - Gavin
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