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Solaris Commands

Published January 01, 2009

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Display RAM in Solaris

/usr/sbin/prtconf | grep Memory

Display hard disk space

 df -k /home/

Display hard disk I/O statistics

/usr/bin/iostat -E

Show list of users

listusers

Display Solaris information

uname -X

Display Solaris OS version

uname -a

Show process IDs corresponding to sshd You can either do this:

pgrep sshd

Or the old fashioned way:

ps -ef | grep sshd | awk '{print $2}'
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Last Updated: January 01, 2009. Β Β Β  This post was originally written on January 03, 2009.

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