Okay. I’ve deployed Solaris 10 on workstations lots of times. The defaults for filesystems are always just fine. So I took the defaults when I installed Solaris on my new Enterprise 420R. Except this time, the defaults were completely screwed up.
I ended up with the following filesystem layouts:
/ – 62MB
/usr – 420MB
/opt – 600MB
/var – 300MB
/export/home – 17GB
WTF? I can’t even install updates! I tried to install the Sun Management Center and it filled up /usr before it even finished installing the “workstation” component.
So now I want to reinstall the OS and write my own damn filesystem layout. Except that I already returned my RS-232C cables to Radio Shack. I know it’s dishonest but it saved me $40.
So can I borrow an RS-232 cable from someone? I have enough adaptors that it doesn’t matter if it’s DE9 or DB25 or male or female. Thanks!