Do You Know Where to Turn for Computer Repairs?


8When you start to notice that your computer is starting to have more and more issues, it can be quite frustrating. After all, who really has extra money for buying a new computer? Most people don’t have a special fund set aside for when their computers start showing signs of failing health. The blue screen of death is a doomsday type message that most people just plain aren’t prepared for.

While that ugly blue screen with confusing messages about your computer’s malfunction can be intimidating, sometimes things aren’t quite as bad as you think. [Read the rest of this entry...]

Questions to Ask Your Plumber

Houses-Tips-to-Prevent-Plumbing-ProblemsWhen it comes to hiring a great Plumber in Fort Worth, you’ll want to be sure you’re hiring the right one for the job. There are many things that can go wrong with a plumbing repair, and you’ll want to be sure you’ve hired the right plumber to do the repair in order to avoid these extra problems. You’ll also want to be sure you avoid any plumbing scams by hiring the right plumber. So, how do you go about hiring the right plumber? There are tons of different plumbers out there, and many of them appear to be really great. However, sometimes the plumbers with the best appearance are the worst ones, so how can you differentiate? If you ask these questions to the plumber before you hire one, you’ll be sure to find the right one for you. [Read the rest of this entry...]

Options for Replacing Kitchen Countertops

5-6As a homeowner, you have a great deal of options when it comes to kitchen countertops in St. Louis. There are choices that range from modestly priced to indulgently expensive, surfaces that are completely natural or artificially made, materials that blend with your kitchen or stand out on their own. The principal options, in order from least to most expensive, are listed below.

Laminate Surface

This is by far the most popular category in today’s kitchens. You can choose from a variety of colors and patterns, with a price that is affordable for virtually every budget. Most laminate countertops are made by applying a surface veneer to a core material. The primary disadvantage of this option is that the surface is susceptible to scratches or burns, and it cannot be easily repaired. [Read the rest of this entry...]

Where Would We Be Without Electric Motors?

7You have to admit that when it comes to technology, mankind has come a long way since the caveman days. You’ve seen The Flintstones right? Maybe people weren’t really running around in self-propelled cars with holes for their feet in the bottom, but getting from here to there or getting just about any job done was a lot more challenging back in the good old days than it is now. [Read the rest of this entry...]

Finding Source Code Escrow Services

Do you have a large piece of code that you need done and want to find source code escrow services that you can work with to help ensure the delivery of the code? Have you done a search on the internet to find one or talked to other local companies in the tech space to see who they would recommend for this job? It should not be hard to find a company to do this, though it is not asĀ  easy as driving down the street to find one. [Read the rest of this entry...]

Creating a soft partition mirror

Adakalahnya we need more than 8 slice on solaris for the purposes of the application that will be running on SUN and Solaris machines, and therefore we can make use of soft partition for that purpose.

This is how I feel when going to install Solaris on Sun Fire V240 machine that later on it will run SAP, what is SAP?

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there are 4 disks that are in use are: c1t0d0, c1t1d0, c1t2d0 & c1t3d0
the steps that I did was:
1. mirroring os, whose use is disk c1t0d0 & c1t1d0
2. create a soft partition, disk is c1t2d0 & c1t3d0

The following brief steps that I use:
Mirroring disk0 and disk1 BWDEV
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# Format for creating slice
# Fmthard-s / tmp/c1t0d0s2.vtoc / dev/rdsk/c1t1d0s2

# Metadb-a-f-c 3 c1t0d0s7 c1t1d0s7

for /
# Metainit-f 1 1 c1t0d0s0 D10
# Metainit-f 1 1 c1t1d0s0 D20
# Metainit d0-m D10
# Metaroot d0

for swap
# Metainit-f 1 1 c1t0d0s1 D11
# Metainit-f 1 1 c1t1d0s1 D21
# Metainit d1-m D11

for / usr
# Metainit-f 1 1 c1t0d0s3 D13
# Metainit-f 1 1 c1t1d0s3 D23
# Metainit d3-m D13

for / var
# D14 metaini-f 1 1 c1t0d0s4
# D24 metaini-f 1 1 c1t1d0s4
# Metaini d4-m D14

for / sources
# Metaini-f d15 1 1 c1t0d0s5
# D25 metaini-f 1 1 c1t1d0s5
# Metaini d5-m d15

for unassigned
# D16 metaini-f 1 1 c1t0d0s6
# D26 metaini-f 1 1 c1t1d0s6
# Metaini d6-m D16

- According to edit vfstab mirror
- Reboot the system
# Lockfs-fa
# Sync; sync; sync; init 6

- Attach the metadevice
# Metattach d0 D20
# Metattach d1 D21
# Metattach d3 D23
# Metattach d4 D24
# Metattach d5 D25
# Metattach d6 D26

coredump setting device:
# Dumpadm-d / dev/md/dsk/d1

creating soft partitions mirrored bwdev
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# Format for creating slice
# Fmthard-s / tmp/c1t2d0s2.vtoc / dev/rdsk/c1t3d0s2

# Metadb-a-f-c 3 c1t2d0s7 c1t3d0s7
# Metainit-f 1 1 c1t2d0s0 D70
# Metainit-f 1 1 c1t3d0s0 D80
# Metainit d90-m D70
# Metattach D90 D80

creating a soft partition:
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Disk Size: 146GB
Total soft part size: 129Gb
Total soft part: soft part 18

/ Sapmnt / BWDEV: 5 GB (external disk)
# Metainit d90-p D31 5g

/ Usr / sap / BWDEV: 5 GB (external disk)
# Metainit d90-p D32 5g

/ Usr / sap / trans: 5 GB (external Disk) (sharing to nfs)
# Metainit d90-p D33 5g

/ Oracle: 1 GB (external disk)
# Metainit d90-p D34 1g

/ Oracle / client: 1 GB (external disk)
# Metainit d90-p D35 1g

/ Oracle/stage/102_64: 8 GB (external disk)
# Metainit d90-p D36 8g

/ Oracle / BWDEV: 4GB (external disk)
# Metainit d37-p d90 4g

/ Oracle/BWDEV/102_64: 8 GB (external disk)
# Metainit d90-p D38 8g

/ Oracle / BWDEV / oraarch: 5 GB (external disk)
# Metainit d90-p D39 5g

/ Oracle / BWDEV / sapreorg: 2 GB (external disk)
# Metainit d90-p D40 2g

/ Oracle/BWDEV/sapdata1: 20 GB (external disk)
# Metainit d90-p D41 20g

/ Oracle/BWDEV/sapdata2: 20 GB (external disk)
# Metainit d90-p D42 20g

/ Oracle/BWDEV/sapdata3: 20 GB (external disk)
# Metainit d90-p D43 20g

/ Oracle/BWDEV/sapdata4: 20 GB (external disk)
# Metainit d90-p D44 20g

/ Oracle / BWDEV / mirrlogA: 500 MB (external disk)
# Metainit d45-p d90 500m

/ Oracle / BWDEV / origlogB: 500 MB (external disk)
# Metainit d90-p D46 500m

/ Oracle / BWDEV / mirrlogB: 500 MB (external disk)
# Metainit d47-p d90 500m

/ Oracle / BWDEV / origlogA: 500 MB (external disk)
# Metainit d90-p D48 500m

Creating newfs.
# Newfs / dev/md/dsk/d31
# Newfs / dev/md/dsk/d32
# Newfs / dev/md/dsk/d33
….
# Newfs / dev/md/dsk/d48

Edit vfstab According to it’s mount point.