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ranganayaki (IS/IT--Management) (OP)
5 Dec 06 9:53
Steps to install top utility in solaris 10?

Thanks in advance
Helpful Member!  spamly (MIS)
5 Dec 06 9:59
Go to  Select your OS and platform.  Then find the top package.  It will be in a gzip format.  Download this and get it on your server.  Then use gunzip to unzip the file (gunzip filename.gz).  Finally, used pkgadd to add the top package (pkgadd -d filename).

Good luck.
KenCunningham (TechnicalUser)
5 Dec 06 10:07
I might (ie probably will be) be wrong, but isn't top included on the install CDs these days?

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5 Dec 06 10:15

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