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'''Solaris''' is a highly scalable enterprise grade [[UNIX]] Operating System from [[Sun Microsystems]]. Solaris is known to run on [[SPARC]] and x86/x86-64 architectures, although it has also been ported to [[PowerPC]] and IBM [[zSeries]] [[mainframes]] in a joint effort with [[IBM]].
 
'''Solaris''' is a highly scalable enterprise grade [[UNIX]] Operating System from [[Sun Microsystems]]. Solaris is known to run on [[SPARC]] and x86/x86-64 architectures, although it has also been ported to [[PowerPC]] and IBM [[zSeries]] [[mainframes]] in a joint effort with [[IBM]].
  
Commonly used filesystems and / or volume managers on the Solaris Operating System are [[UFS]], [[ZFS]], [[SAMFS]], [[QFS]], Veritas [VxFS] and Veritas [VxVM], [[AVS]] as well as the Solaris Volume Manager ([[Solstice]]).
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Commonly used filesystems and / or volume managers on the Solaris Operating System are [[UFS]], [[ZFS]], [[SAMFS]], [[QFS]], Veritas [[VxFS]] and Veritas [[VxVM]], [[AVS]] as well as the Solaris Volume Manager ([[Solstice]]).
  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:07, 28 August 2008

Solaris is a highly scalable enterprise grade UNIX Operating System from Sun Microsystems. Solaris is known to run on SPARC and x86/x86-64 architectures, although it has also been ported to PowerPC and IBM zSeries mainframes in a joint effort with IBM.

Commonly used filesystems and / or volume managers on the Solaris Operating System are UFS, ZFS, SAMFS, QFS, Veritas VxFS and Veritas VxVM, AVS as well as the Solaris Volume Manager (Solstice).

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