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S11.4CS: General Administration - System Configuration
Oracle Solaris 11.4 General Administration
Common system configuration tasks have changed in Oracle Solaris 11 with the Service Mana gement Facility (SMF) configuration repository being used to store configuration data. With the addition of configuration layers, administrators now have better control and assurance that their configuration changes will be preserved across system updates.
|Configure nameserver via SMF
|Configure nameserver via SMF when you can’t remember the correct properties to edit.
|Configure nameserver (alternate approach by editing /etc/resolv.conf and /etc/nsswitch.conf and then importing these modifications into SMF.)
|nscfg is a transition tool and not meant for daily use, not matter how useful it is. Please learn the regular way with the methods described above.
|Unconfigure a system and start an interactive configuration tool on reboot
|Create a system configuration profile
|Configure a system according to a system configuration profile
Did You Know?
You can find out more information about Oracle Solaris 11 including full product documentation, how to guides, and other cheat sheets on Oracle Technology Network: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/solaris11/overview/index.html
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