Anyone know if Solaris 2.6 supports receive and send low-water marks?
I can't get this working, and wondering if it was due to my error (entirely
possible) or to Solaris not supporting this capability.
I was going to use this hard drive to move large files from my
Ultra to my Pentium PC for CD-R backup, but upon "boot -r" on
the Ultra I saw an error about "invalid geometry" on sd3, the
drive I had formatted on my PC to be ufs. And now of course
I can't even "prtvtoc" this disk ("Unable to read Disk geometry"),
so mounting it is seemingly out of the question.
What's the problem? Was I naive to assume the a ufs on a Solaris
system would be the same regardless of CPU type? I really don't
want to use Ethernet to transmit potentially gigabytes of data
on a regular basis :-(...
Please reply via email (and post here, of course), as I don't
get a chance to keep up with the newsgroup as regularly as I
would wish. Thanks.
Mark J. Kaufman Sun Microsystems, San Diego