Solaris System System checks for Applications and Databases

Posted on 2011-05-04
Last Modified: 2013-12-27
Hi Experts. What are the assessments/checks to do from the Solaris side for a Databases and Applications GOLIVE. We want to make sure the settinsg stay the same if the server reboots. There are a few clusters as well.
Question by:Rhiaanon44
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    make sure that the services (svcadm) are configured to start at boot.
    Check that the mount points are configured for mounting /etc/vfstab etc.
    Make sure that your networking components are configured versus you had to manually bring them up using ifconfig.
    Presumably during the setup/configuration the systems were rebooted and came back.

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