On Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 7:52 PM, Jim Klimov <jimkli...@cos.ru> wrote:
> 2011-10-13 13:27, Darren J Moffat пишет:
>> On 10/13/11 09:27, Fajar A. Nugraha wrote:
>>> On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 5:26 PM, Darren J Moffat
>>> <darr...@opensolaris.org> wrote:
>>>> Have you looked at the time-slider functionality that is already in
>>>> Solaris
>>>> ?
>>> Hi Darren. Is it available for Solaris 10? I just installed Solaris 10
>>> u10 and couldn't find it.
>> No it is not.
>>> Is there a reference on how to get/install this functionality on Solaris
>>> 10?
>> No because it doesn't exist on Solaris 10.
> Well, just for the sake of completeness: most of our systems are using
> zfs-auto-snap service, including Solaris 10 systems datiing from Sol10u6.
> Installation of relevant packages from SXCE (ranging snv_117-snv_130)
> was trivial, but some script-patching was in order. I think, replacement
> of the ksh interpreter to ksh93.

Yes, I remembered reading about that.

> I haven't used the GUI part and I guess my experience relates to the
> script-based zfs-auto-snap (before it was remade into current binary
> form, or so I read). We kind of got stuck with SXCE systems which
> still "just work" finely ;)
> The point is, even if unsupported (may be a problem in OP's case)
> it is likely that one or another version of zfs-auto-snap or TimeSlider
> can be made to work in Sol10 with little effort.

To be honest, if it's just to get it work, I'd just make my own. Or
running SE with a solaris 10 zone inside it, with SE managing
time-slider/replication and S10 zone running the application.

But for this particular case support is essential. That's why I
mentioned earlier if I can't get a supported solution for this setup
(with a reasonable price), storage-based replication would have to do.

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