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Auditing Sun Servers

Auditing Sun Servers

Auditing Sun Servers

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Hi All,

I am new joinee to this forum and recently promoted as sun administrator from dba. I still dont know whether i can handle it fully :-) . My first task is to audit set of sun servers and findout what it is doing and whether it can be upgraded or decommissioned and if upgraded whether it can be brought into virtulisation farm. From my limited experience, I jotted down the below things which needs to be done. Just wanted experts thoughts on it.

1) serial number,model, patches,memory size,os version, application running,ports listening, any san connected.

is those list all or is there anything apart from that needs to be audited ?

Thanks for your time. Much appreciated.

Regards,
SD

RE: Auditing Sun Servers

(OP)
Any Suggestions or Input on this Please ?

Thanks
SD

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