- Paperback: 1008 pages
- Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (February 12, 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0470385480
- ISBN-13: 978-0470385487
- Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 2.1 x 9.3 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 13 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,652,844 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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From the Back Cover
Master one of the most innovative new open source operating systems
The latest version of OpenSolaris is hereand this comprehensive guide is your one-stop gateway to it all. You'll start with a basic crash course in OpenSolaris, including command lines and shells, the GNOME Desktop, systems administration, and other essential topics. Later chapters focus on application development, networking, virtualization, DTrace, and other topics that will transform you into a power user. Find practical tips, step-by-step tutorials, and exact command lines and screenshots you can use right away.
Explore the OpenSolaris operating environmentfrom GNOME® to the bash shell, vim text editor, and more
Connect printers, USB devices, and other peripherals to your desktop
Master systems administration, including ZFS and NFS file systems, networking, directory services, and security
Observe and debug the system with the innovative Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) facility and other monitoring tools
Share a single physical machine among multiple users and processes with xVM, VirtualBox, and other virtualization tools
Deploy web services using Apache, Apache Tomcat, MySQL®, and other open source web stack applications
Write and debug applications in C, C++, Java®, Ruby, Python®, and other languages
About the Author
Nicholas A. Solter is an engineer at Sun Microsystems and core contributor to the OpenSolaris HA Clubsters community group. He is lead author of Professional C++.
Gerald Jelinek is an engineer on the Zones team at Sun and a core contributor to the OpenSolaris Zones community group.
David Miner is an engineer at Sun, a co-lead for the OpenSolaris distribution, and architect of the Caiman installer.
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A pity, because of all the Unix-like OSs out there, Solaris has much going for it that the others just don't. ZFS works properly (though that isn't a problem for other unUnixes now) and DTRACE is available in all its shiny glory.
But when it was alive and well, this book was an very good reference to have to hand.
With the demise of the Open Solaris Operating System, most people would think that a book about Open Solaris is nothing but a door-stop.
Even though Open Solaris itself is gone, it lives on in the Illumnos Project as Open Indiana!
So, this book has a high relevance to those investigating and using the Open Indiana Operating System.
Give it a try, you will be most surprised and excited that you have found such a great Operating System, that hasn't been put to mainstream use.
I'm not new to Unix-type operating systems, I've been working on Unix systems for over 13 years. I am an expert with Linux, proficient with *BSD systems, and have varied experience with Irix and HPUX, but have rarely had the chance to work on Solaris. With all of the wonderful features introduced with OpenSolaris in the past couple years, I've taken another look at this great operating system and have used the OpenSolaris Bible as my guide.
I would recommend this book to anyone looking to run or administrate OpenSolaris, and I would certainly recommend OpenSolaris itself.
My only complaint might be that this book will probably become outdated very quickly, due to the impressive rate at which OpenSolaris is being developed. In fact, just yesterday, a new version of OpenSolaris was released, introducing features not present or discussed in this book. However, this is currently the most updated printed material available today, so you really can't go wrong.
I must say that I was impressed. The coverage is very extensive, and to a good depth. All of the major topics get covered: ZFS, DTrace, zones, xVM, SMF.
Most recent customer reviews
This book covers everything and more than that course! And it gets better..Read more