Service failed because a configured resource limit was exceeded

This error happens when the service was executed manually and failed to create a pid file. The process was already running and it was not possible to spawn a new one. Kill the running process and start the service again. # ps -elf | grep [service] | grep -v grep | awk ‘{print $4}’ |… Continue reading “Service failed because a configured resource limit was exceeded”

Updating Solaris 11

Check if there are any updates available: pkg list -u -u will show only the packages for which updates are available. Check the latest package version in the repository: pkg info -r system/zones (Optional) Perform a dry run: pkg update -nv Update: pkg update

Install or update the Certificate and Key for Solaris Support Repository

If it’s the first time using the Support Repository, you need to configure the solaris publisher with the new certificate and key found on the certificate page: pkg set-publisher -g https://pkg.oracle.com/solaris/support/ -c pkg.oracle.com.certificate.pem -k pkg.oracle.com.key.pem solaris To verify that the configuration has succeeded: To update expired certificate and key, simply run the command above omitting… Continue reading “Install or update the Certificate and Key for Solaris Support Repository”