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dalek
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File systems

Postby dalek » 19 May 2009, 15:52

THis is a dumb question, but which native Solaris file systems does it support? UFS? ZFS?

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Postby admin » 19 May 2009, 22:12

Linux is able to mount UFS read-only, and there is a zfs module based on Fuse (Filesystem in User Space) which is not yet in sysresccd, but you can add it yourself.

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Postby dalek » 19 May 2009, 23:34

Right now, having UFS is all I need; my SS20 running Solaris 9 took a dump (reports memory errors and other funkyness) so I want to pull any data I did not already backup out.

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Postby admin » 20 May 2009, 18:46

Yes sysresccd is the good tool for that, since you can read UFS and have a network access with rsync / ssh to copy your data.


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