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Solaris™ Operating Environment Boot Camp by Dominic Butler, David Rhodes

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Remove Existing Port Monitors

Now that we've seen the hierarchy and the type of data that is stored there, we can add the devices we require. The first task to perform is to clear out any existing configuration details and start with a clean sheet, so let's do that now.

When the system is installed, at least one port monitor will usually be created, and will probably be a service on the “zsmon” tag. Completely removing this tag will allow us to reuse it later and will hopefully make things clearer when we create the services on the system:

hydrogen# sacadm –r –p zsmon
hydrogen# sacadm –l
No port monitors defined
hydrogen#

Good. Everything has gone. Running pmadm to list the current port monitor details will also confirm that they've been removed: ...

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