[OpenIndiana-discuss] Some questions about OpenIndiana
Andrey N. Oktyabrski
ano at bestmx.ru
Fri Dec 31 10:59:56 UTC 2010
On 12/31/10 03:32, Jean-Yves Avenard wrote:
> Ultimately, what I'm after right now is something stable and
> performant, that can read my zpool v28 and supports kernel cifs and
> that I will easily be able to integrate with our LDAP / Kerberos
Why not to use this:
On 12/17/10 01:06, Alexander Sergeev wrote:
> *** OpenIndiana 134+ Stable X86, rev. 11 ***
> This is OpenIndiana 134+ Stable build, the build based on Nexenta NCP3
> patchset, ON stability fixes, bunch of storage related features and
> patches from OpenIndiana code base. The aim of this release is to aid
> needs of everybody who has been waiting for OpenSolaris 2010.X and has
> been left with you-can't-use-it-in-production Solaris Express 11,
> especially those who plans to use OpenSolaris as storage server.
> This release includes the following new features and fixes:
> - ZFS zpool version 28 including 'zfs diff' and ZFS read-only pools;
> - Bug fixes and new functionality for CIFS/SMB, COMSTAR/iSCSI and NFS;
> - Several IP, TCP and FC fixes;
> - Driver updates and fixes for mptsas, bge, e1000g, elxl and rge;
> - ON build script enhancements including automatic IPS repository
> creation (for developers).
> Release contents:
> - oi-134-11-x86-readme.txt - this file;
> - oi-134-11-x86.iso - Live CD;
> - oi-134-11-x86.usb - Live USB;
> - oi-134-11-x86-repo.tgz - gzipped ON repository.
> Download links are as follows:
> - http://narod.ru/disk/1494854001/oi-134-11-x86.iso.html
> - http://narod.ru/disk/1496206001/oi-134-11-x86.usb.html
> - http://narod.ru/disk/1500811001/oi-134-11-x86-repo.tgz.html
> - http://narod.ru/disk/1557156001/oi-134-11-x86-readme.txt.html
> - http://narod.ru/disk/1557439001/MD5SUMS.html
> - http://narod.ru/disk/1557441001/SHA256SUMS.html
> Alternatively, you can download them from RoyK @ #openindiana:
> - http://karlsbakk.net/OpenIndiana/134+/b11/oi-134-11-x86.iso
> - http://karlsbakk.net/OpenIndiana/134+/b11/oi-134-11-x86.usb
> - http://karlsbakk.net/OpenIndiana/134+/b11/oi-134-11-x86-repo.tgz
> - http://karlsbakk.net/OpenIndiana/134+/b11/oi-134-11-x86-readme.txt
> - http://karlsbakk.net/OpenIndiana/134+/b11/MD5SUMS
> - http://karlsbakk.net/OpenIndiana/134+/b11/SHA256SUMS
> There are two ways to get oi_134_11 installed on your system. You can
> either do clean installation using Live CD or Live USB above, or you
> can upgrade existing snv_134 system (snv_134b is NOT supported).
> If you wish to do latter or you want to install additional ON packages,
> like COMSTAR, you should use ON repository bundled with this release:
> - extract oi-134-11-x86-repo.tgz to your preferred location;
> - start repository: /usr/lib/pkg.depotd -d<repo location> -p<port>
> - add local publisher as openindiana.org:
> pfexec pkg set-publisher -P -O http://localhost:<port>/ \
> - make opensolaris.org non-sticky:
> pfexec pkg set-publisher --non-sticky opensolaris.org
> - upgrade your snv_134 deployment using:
> pfexec pkg image-update
> - (OR) install new ON packages.
> How to decide whether what you want to install is ON package or not?
> Easy. If you're using oi_134_11, you haven't done what's described
> above and you get something like this when you try to install package
> 2T070706Z: This version is excluded by installed incorporation pkg://o
> penindiana.org/consolidation/osnet/osnet-incorporation at 0.5.11,5.11-0.1
> then you want to install ON package and you should use bundled repo.
> In future there's a chance that OpenIndiana 134+ Stable repository
> will be hosted on openindiana.org if there's sufficient demand, so
> stay tuned.
> Now, couple of words about updates. This release is intended to bring
> stability, and if any critical bugs will be found in it, I'd be happy
> to backport fixes once they're available and do additional release.
> Also, oi_134_11 is upgradeable to both Solaris 11 Express and fresh
> OpenIndiana builds, so installing this release doesn't lock you down
> either way. In order to upgrade to S11X you should first upgrade to
> OpenSolaris b134b and then follow regular Oracle upgrade instructions.
> For OpenIndiana upgrade instructions please visit OpenIndiana site,
> they are the same as for OpenSolaris b134.
> Release is largely based on Bryan Leaman's patchset, described on
> (Google: OpenIndiana Stable Build 134, if that's expired), so most of
> the credits goes to him, really.
> Patchset used to build this release is downloadable from
> Best regards,
> Alexander Sergeev<as.beta at gmail.com>
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