Once you make any change for sshd_config file which is located under /etc/ssh/ or any kind of need to restart SSH server on Solaris, you can use this: cd /etc/init.d/ ./sshd restart This will restart SSH server without corrupting your session.
Category Archive: Solaris Administration
Yesterday, I had to do some Raid-1 configuration for Sun V490s. One problem was harddisks were already formatted and partitioned but in order to make Raid-1 configuration work on all servers (x4) , I had to repartition them first then make mirror configuration. What I found out at the end is that solaris disk repartitioning …