In particular the Open Indiana installer will destroy the partitions beyond the ninth, and if you need more than nine partitions, you will have to recreate them.A convenient tool for saving/restoring the partition layout is sfdisk. You can do that from a live-CD/DVD/USB : The /dev/sda notation is what you'd encounter if using a Linux Live CD/DVD/USB.
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Here’s an image that shows the design brief/constraints that were important to me (click it to view it full size) : So this choice of components gave a very quiet fileserver, about 1.4 TB of redundant data storage: 2 disks of ~692GB = ~1.4TB for data, plus 1 disk of ~692GB for parity data.
It’s incredible that this marketing swindle is allowed to continue, where you always lose a substantial amount of space compared to the amount quoted on the case and in the advertised specs — where is the European Commission on this one, I wonder?
I did tests with 2GB of RAM and it worked well, but as RAM is so cheap, I splashed out on 4GB of RAM to ensure I created a 100% kickass fileserver, where I can throw around vast amounts of data, especially video, without the machine sweating too much Let’s just run through the component list: I used a mouse & keyboard from my spare parts box to save money.
Also, I used an old spare IDE disk (Parallel ATA) as the Solaris boot disk and root filesystem/swap etc, again to save money and make use of otherwise redundant old hardware I had lying around.After deciding that I would use Sun Solaris and its ZFS file system as the foundation for a home fileserver, the next part was to select compatible hardware, as Solaris has fairly limited driver support for hardware.After hunting around on the internet and the Sun Solaris Hardware Compatibility List, I decided on some hardware to make a Solaris/ZFS-based fileserver.This configuration may be useful for a laptop with no easy access to an external disk.It is based on using the Open Indiana bootloader, which is the only one able to boot the three systems.Find a couple of consecutive lines from beginning with "linux" and "initrd".