Say you need to md5sum 46 files, all ending in “.foo” in a single directory. You might use your standard md5sum *.
I don’t do a lot of Solaris anymore, and though I’m interested in several of the new features in the upcoming Solaris 11, I wasn’t aware until today that it wouldn’t run on most legacy UltraSPARC systems:
I just learned about pbzip2, which lets your multicore computer use more than one core when using the bzip2 compression algorithm.
Despite what you might read at docs.sun.com, Solaris 10 update 6 doesn’t have a “-u” option for zfs receive.
Today I wanted to move a Solaris 9 zone running on a Solaris 10 test server to a new ZFS dataset within the same ZFS pool with compression enabled.