Note the removal of the. If the machine is running Solaris 2. If the machine is running Solaris 2. The script generally uses an argument to the find command to define which file systems to search. Getting Started on Solaris Systems.
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In later sections you verify that the script correctly initializes all AFS components, then create the links that incorporate AFS into the Solaris startup and shutdown sequence.
Repeat the command for each partition. This soalris enables PAM authentication only for console login. See the instructions of whatever PAM module you use for how to configure it.
The sloaris command is probably appropriate, but consult the Solaris documentation for more information. Another alternative is to exclude any directories whose names begin with the lowercase letter a or a non-alphabetic character.
The following alterations are possibilities, but you must verify that they are appropriate for your cell.
If the machine is running the bit version of Solaris 7, its kernel supports NFS server functionality, and the nfsd process is running:. It should work with any of the Kerberos v5 Solariis modules.
How to Use Solaris command – modload
If the machine is running the bit version of Solaris 7, and its kernel does not support NFS server functionality or the nfsd process is not running:. It is assumed that you understand the syntax and meanings of settings in the PAM configuration file for example, how the other entry works, the effect of marking an entry as requiredoptionalor sufficientand so on. Solaris does not support incorporation of AFS modifications during a kernel build.
To add it to the PAM configuration, you often only need to add configuration to the modlpad group in pam. If the machine is running Solaris 2. Some Solaris distributions include a script that locates and removes unneeded files from various file systems. Once you have unpacked the distribution, change directory as indicated.
Loading and unloading the file system module
Otherwise, the command traverses the AFS filespace of every cell that is accessible from the machine, which can take many hours. In modliad section you copy the appropriate AFS library mdload to the location where the modload program accesses it and then run the script. Explaining PAM is beyond the scope of this document. Configuring Server Partitions on Solaris Systems. Once you have unpacked the distribution, change directory as indicated.
In this section you load AFS into the Solaris kernel. Another alternative is to exclude any directories whose names begin with the lowercase letter a or a non-alphabetic character. The first possible alteration is to solrais the -local flag to the existing command, so that it looks like the following: If this happens, log in again as the superuser root after the reboot and run the initialization script again.
modload – man pages section 1M: System Administration Commands
In a later section you verify that the script correctly initializes the Cache Manager, then create the links that incorporate AFS into the Solaris startup and shutdown sequence. If you plan to remove client functionality from this machine after completing the installation, skip this section and proceed to Starting the BOS Server.
The first possible alteration is to add the -local flag to the existing command, so that modliad looks like the following:. Begin by running the AFS initialization script to call the modload program distributed by Sun Microsystems, which dynamically loads AFS modifications into the kernel. For additional information, see Performing Platform-Specific Procedures. In this section, you make modifications to guarantee that the appropriate fsck program runs on AFS server partitions.
The modload program is the dynamic kernel loader provided by Sun Microsystems for Solaris systems. In modern AFS installations, you should be using Kerberos v5 for user login, and obtaining AFS tokens subsequent to this authentication step. Because it does not recognize the structures that the File Server uses to organize volume data, it removes all of the data.
PAM integrates all authentication mechanisms on the machine, including login, to provide the security infrastructure for authenticated access to and from the machine. If you pick a diferent location, substitute this in all of the following exmaples. Solaris does not support incorporation of AFS modifications during a kernel build.