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Contents of Solaris 2.5.1 Hardware: 4/97 on Sun Hardware
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General Manuals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Platform Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Manuals Organized by Primary Audience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Manuals for End Users . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Manuals for Administrators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Manuals for Developers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Additional Information Sources. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Installation Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Ultra Enterprise 10000 AnswerBook Sets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Contents of Solaris 2.5.1 Hardware: 4/97 on Sun Hardware Documentation Set
This documentation roadmap describes the manuals that are part of the
Solaris™ 2.5.1 Hardware: 4/97 on Sun Hardware AnswerBook set.
The software for this AnswerBook™ set is provided on the SMCC Updates CD
included in the media kit that contains other Solaris 2.5.1 Hardware: 4/97
software. This SMCC-specific AnswerBook set is titled Solaris 2.5.1 Hardware:
4/97 on Sun Hardware AnswerBook, and is provided in a software package
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installing the Solaris 2.5.1 Hardware: 4/97 on Sun Hardware AnswerBook set.
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the Solaris User’s Guide in the Solaris 2.5 User AnswerBook set. For information
about administration of AnswerBook sets, see the System Administration Guide,
Volume I in the Solaris 2.5 System Administrator AnswerBook set.
General Manuals
The following manuals may be of interest to users of any SMCC systems.
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Solaris Reference Manual for SMCC-Specific Software
Read this to find a compilation of manual pages (man pages) provided in
packages on the SMCC Updates CD. (The SMCC SPARC Hardware Platform
Guide provides instructions for installing these additional man pages on
your system.) This manual also includes texts of some recent man pages that
are provided on the Solaris 2.5.1 Hardware: 4/97 CD, but are otherwise not
available in other Solaris Reference Manual volumes (either printed or in
AnswerBook form).
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Solaris Handbook for SMCC Peripherals
Read this if you are installing SMCC drives that are used with this release of
the Solaris operating environment. This manual covers issues such as
configuring SCSI addresses for each drive on your system.
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Using Power Management
Read this for information about using Power Management™ features to
reduce power usage with your sun4m and sun4u desktop hardware. This
manual also includes material specifically about Power Management on the
SPARCstation™ Voyager™.
This manual is also available in the Solaris 2.5.1 Hardware: 4/97 on Sun
Hardware AnswerBook online set in translations that match the following
localized versions of the graphical user interface for Power Management:
• French: Utilisation de Power Management
• German: Arbeiten mit Power Management
• Italian: Uso di Power Management
• Spanish: Utilización de Power Management
• Swedish: Använda strömförsörjningsprogrammet
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SunVTS 2.0 User’s Guide
Read this for general instructions on using the SunVTS™ diagnostic
software.
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SunVTS 2.0 Test Reference Manual
Read this for detailed information about each test that is provided with the
SunVTS diagnostic software.
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SunVTS 2.0.1 Test Supplement
Read this for detailed information about tests that have been added since
the SunVTS 2.0 release. This also includes explanations of error messages
that are generated by these tests.
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SunVTS 2.0 Quick Reference Card
Read this as a reminder of the commands used to start the SunVTS software
and the options available through the graphical user interface or command
line.
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Solstice SyMON 1.3 User’s Guide
Read this to install and operate the Solstice™ SyMON™ administrative tool
(supplied on the SMCC Updates CD), which monitors the performance of a
server and runs SunVTS tests.
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SMCC NFS Server Performance and Tuning Guide
Read this if you are the system administrator of SMCC hardware that is
used as an NFS™ server.
Platform Notes
The following manuals apply to specific SMCC hardware systems and devices.
Examine this list to determine which manuals provide supplemental
information relevant to the hardware you use.
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Platform Notes: SMCC Frame Buffers
Read this for information on using features of the TurboGXplus™, ZX, SX,
Creator, and m64 Graphics Accelerator frame buffers. This manual also
explains how to configure multiple monitors on a system.
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Platform Notes: Ultra Enterprise 3000, 4000, 5000 and 6000 Systems
Read this for information specific to these Ultra™ Enterprise™ servers, such
as new OpenBoot™ commands that can be used with the firmware in those
machines.
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Platform Notes: The hme FastEthernet Device Driver
Read this to configure the hme FastEthernet device driver for use with
hardware such as the Ultra 1 Series systems, Ultra 2 Series systems, Ultra
Enterprise 3000, 4000, 5000, and 6000 systems, SunSwift™ SBus Adapter,
and SunFastEthernet™ Adapter 2.0.
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Platform Notes: Using the Standard SPARCstorage Array Software
Read this to use the SPARCstorage™ Array with the software provided in
this Solaris release.
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RAID Manager Installation Guide
Read this to install and start up the RAID Manager software that is used
with an RSM Array™ 2000 storage system.
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RAID Manager User’s Guide
Read this to use the RAID Manager software for configuring, status
checking, recovery, maintenance, and tuning of an RSM Array™ 2000
storage system.
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Platform Notes: SPARCstation 10SX and SPARCstation 20 System Configuration
Guide
Read this if you are a developer who wants to take advantage of the
graphics memory features of these systems.
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Platform Notes: SPARCstation Voyager Software Guide
Read this for information about using software provided on the SMCC
Updates CD for use with this nomadic computer. Also refer to this if you are
a system administrator supporting users with SPARCstation Voyager
systems.
Manuals Organized by Primary Audience
Solaris manuals are aimed at three main categories of readers:
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End Users
Administrators (who also refer to manuals for End Users)
Developers (who also refer to manuals for End Users and Administrators)
Each of the manuals in this documentation set is listed under its primary
audience.
Manuals for End Users
• Using Power Management
• Solaris Handbook for SMCC Peripherals
• Platform Notes: SMCC Frame Buffers
• Platform Notes: The hme FastEthernet Device Driver
• Platform Notes: SPARCstation Voyager Software Guide
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Manuals for Administrators
• Solaris Reference Manual for SMCC-Specific Software
• SunVTS 2.0 User’s Guide
• SunVTS 2.0 Test Reference Manual
• SunVTS 2.0.1 Test Supplement
• SunVTS 2.0 Quick Reference Card
• Solstice SyMON 1.3 User’s Guide
• SMCC NFS Server Performance and Tuning Guide
• Platform Notes: Ultra Enterprise 3000, 4000, 5000 and 6000 Systems
• Platform Notes: Using the Standard SPARCstorage Array Software
• RAID Manager Installation Guide
• RAID Manager User’s Guide
Manuals for Developers
• Platform Notes: SPARCstation 10SX and SPARCstation 20 System Configuration
Guide
Additional Information Sources
The following documents, not included in the Solaris on Sun Hardware
AnswerBook set, are also relevant to users of SMCC hardware.
Installation Information
For information about installing the Solaris operating environment on
SMCC hardware, see the SMCC SPARC Hardware Platform Guide and other
documentation provided with your Solaris media. Be sure to check these
documents to determine if there are special instructions for installing or using
your SMCC hardware with this Solaris release.
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Ultra Enterprise 10000 AnswerBook Sets
The Ultra Enterprise 10000 server is supplied with additional software, which
is covered in manuals contained in the following AnswerBook sets:
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Ultra Enterprise 10000 SSP 3.0 AnswerBook
Alternate Pathing 2.0 AnswerBook
Dynamic Reconfiguration AnswerBook
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