1) How do we know "uptime" of the service (not server)?
2) Now.. here is how we have installed ODSEE .. (might be wrong but this is what we have)
installed the zip package as root to open port 389
all files in dsee7 are chmod to user1 (so that he can run commands as we don't have direct root access)
the startup script on /etc/init.d just does
/dsee7/bin/dsadm start /dsee7/ldapserver
Now when we do "ps -ef | grep slapd", we get
user1 10977 1 2 Nov13 ? 01:54:23 /dsee7/lib/64/ns-slapd -D /dsee7/ldapserver -i /dsee7/ldapserver/logs/pid
So does that mean the service is running as user1 ?? or as root??
Simply asking because we have setup "ulimit -c unlimited" in .bash_profile of "user1" to get core dumps
but server crashed a day ago and we didn't see any core dump in home directory of "user1"
Do we need to set "ulimit -c unlimited" for root ? if so where? we don't want to set it in "/etc/profile" as that will globally ON for all users which our server team does not want..
totally confused with the setup :(
if you're installing ODSEE on Solaris 10, and you would like to run it as a normal user on port 389, you should simply allow the 'normal user' to open the so called 'privileged ports':
# usermod -K defaultpriv=basic,net_privaddr user1
then you can start the server as user1 on port 389...