I follow the steps from here to install coolstack:
I thought system would be faster if I disable some services. Hence
according to that blog I issued these commands,
svcadm disable ftp
svcadm disable telnet
svcadm disable sendmail
svcadm disable finger
svcadm disable rlogin
svcadm disable nfs/client
svcadm disable nfs/status
svcadm disable nfs/nlockmgr
svcadm disable rpc/bind
svcadm disable rpc/gss
svcadm disable rpc/rstat
svcadm disable rpc/rusers
svcadm disable rpc/smserver
svcadm disable shell:default
svcadm disable svc:/network/cde-spc:default
svcadm disable svc:/application/graphical-login/cde-login:default
svcadm disable inetdsvcadm disable rpc-100235_1/
rpc_ticotsord:defaultsvcadm disable rpc-100068_2-5/rpc_udp:default
svcadm disable rpc-100083_1/rpc_tcp:default
svcadm disable x11/xfs
svcadm disable font/fc-cache
My system crashed. I cannot boot into the system because it shows
panic and then dumps filesystem.
How can I enable those services again from failsafe?
Solaris BD wrote at 30.01.2009 10:09
> Forgot to mention system specs. I'm using Solaris 10 update 6 on intel
Boot into Milestone 'none'. For that, you have to edit the grub boot
menu and append to the kernel line '-m milestone = none'
After logging in, remount the root-FS read/write. Then you can enable
the services again.
And for the future: I'm not sure why the system panics, but before
permanently disabling services you should check the dependents
(svcadm -D <FMRI>)
I don't know why but second time kernel isn't showing the panic!
# svcadm -D font/fc-cache
svcadm: illegal option -- D
Usage: svcadm [-v] [cmd [args ... ]]
Tell me more about the syntax.
In <firstname.lastname@example.org> Solaris BD <Unix9N@gmail.com> writes:
>I follow the steps from here to install coolstack:
Coolstack is obsolete, replaced by Webstack. See:
-Gary Mills- -Unix Support- -U of M Academic Computing and Networking-