Tuesday, July 3, 2012

how to set up SSH and NFS on an upgraded server

Hi, 
I upgraded my server from Solaris 9 to Solaris 10. I know only a little about how Solaris 10 changed the management of services. 

How do I turn on SSH and NFS and verify they are on. I am thinking this is like chkconfig/service in Redhat, but cannot find much beyond 


# svcadm enable -r nfs/server 
# svcadm enable -r ssh/server 

and there the documentation is zero for what I am supposed to see. 

I cannot remount my nfs mount. When I reboot SSH does not work. 
I would recommend going to http://docs.sun.com and read the info in 
the Solaris admin manual. 
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/817-1985/faauf?l=en&a=view/app/docs/doc/817-1985/faauf?l=en&a=view
Hi, 

so services are enabled (svcadm enable below). Test: 
a) ssh: 'telnet localhost 22' should give to you some prompt 
b) nfs: 'dfshares' will show to you if your server is running 

In any case, is there anything in /var/adm/messages? 

Regards.
Hi, 

forgot: what is output from 'svcs -xv' ? 

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