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DNS (Domain Name System) Configuration For Solaris 10 And Older Versions

February 28th, 2021, posted in Solaris

Step 1: Check /etc/resolv.conf file

/etc/resolv.conf file includes the primary and secondary DNS server IP address for Solaris system.

Step 2: Open & Edit /etc/resolv.conf

#vi /etc/resolv.conf

Add the following lines to it:

nameserver      10.xx.xx.223
nameserver      10.xx.xx.224
search domaindns.oracle.com

Step 3: Enable the name resolving using DNS

#cp /etc/nsswitch.dns /etc/nsswitch.conf

Step 4: Test new name server

#/usr/sfw/sbin/nslookup dns.oracle.com


Server: xx.oracle.com
Address:  10.xx.xx.223
Non-authoritative answer:
Name:    dns.oracle.com
Address:  10.xx.xx.224

Solaris 10 DNS (Domain Name Service) Server And Server Configuration

February 21st, 2021, posted in Solaris


All DNS (Domain Name Service) clients require the presence of the /etc/nsswitch.conf and /etc/resolv.conf files. Note that the DNS server must also be configured as a DNS Client if it intends to use its own DNS Services.

The /etc/nsswitch.conf file specifies the resolver library routines to be used for resolving hostnames and addresses. Modify the /etc/nsswitch.conf file by editing the hosts entry and adding the dns keyword.

To ensure proper network configuration during the boot process, make sure that the files keyword is listed first. The following example shows a hosts entry configured for DNS.

<snippet from /etc/nsswitch.conf>

hosts: files dns

The /etc/resolv.conf file specifies the Name Servers that the client must use for the Domain, and the search path used for queries.

<snippet from /etc/resolv.conf for DNS clients of the one.edu domain> 

search one.edu

nameserver xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

nameserver xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx


 Verify the status of DNS services. In the following example the DNS client service is running and the DNS server is disabled.

   svcs -a | grep dns

disabled       Sep_22   svc:/network/dns/server:default
online         Sep_22   svc:/network/dns/client:default
svcs -o state,nstate,fmri /network/dns/client:default
STATE          NSTATE        FMRI
online         -             svc:/network/dns/client:default
svcs -o state,nstate,fmri /network/dns/server:default
STATE          NSTATE        FMRI
disabled       -             svc:/network/dns/server:default
Disable the DNS Client from SMF
svcadm disable svc:/network/dns/client:default
Restart DNS Client from SMF
svcadm enable svc:/network/dns/client:default
Verify status and Dependency for DNS client
svcs -l svc:/network/dns/client:default
fmri         svc:/network/dns/client:default
name         DNS resolver
enabled      true
state        online
next_state   none
state_time    4 November 2009 10:41:01 GMT
logfile      /var/svc/log/network-dns-client:default.log
restarter    svc:/system/svc/restarter:default
dependency   require_all/none svc:/system/filesystem/minimal (online)
dependency   require_all/none svc:/network/service (online)
dependency   require_all/none file://localhost/etc/resolv.conf (online)
dependency   require_any/error svc:/network/loopback (online)
dependency   optional_all/error svc:/milestone/network (online)
Verify the status and Dependency for the DNS Server
svcs -l svc:/network/dns/server:default
fmri         svc:/network/dns/server:default
enabled      false
state        disabled
next_state   none
state_time    4 November 2009 10:40:33 GMT
restarter    svc:/system/svc/restarter:default
dependency   require_all/none svc:/system/filesystem/local (online)
dependency   require_any/error svc:/network/loopback (online)
dependency   optional_all/error svc:/milestone/network (online)


Solaris 10 DNS client & servers configuration files and log locations:

/etc/named.conf - BIND Configuration
/var/named/bind-log - DNS server log
/var/adm/messages - system messages
/var/svc/log/network-dns-client:default.log - SMF DNS client log (search for ERRORS and
/var/svc/log/network-dns-client:default.log - SMF DNS server log (search for ERRORS and
/var/svc/manifest/network/dns/client.xml - DNS Client Manifest Configuration
/var/svc/manifest/network/dns/server.xml - DNS Server Manifest Configuration


Solaris 10 DNS Client & servers Tools:

/usr/sbin/dig - DNS lookup utility, replaces nslookup future release of Solaris.
/usr/sbin/nslookup - DNS lookup utility, now marked obsolete and will be removed in a future release of Solaris
/usr/sbin/rndc - name server control utility
named-checkconf - named configuration file syntax checking tool
named-checkzone - zone file validity checking tool
/usr/sbin/svcs - Report SMF service status
/usr/sbin/svcadm - Manage SMF services.
/usr/sbin/svcprop - Verify SMF configuration properties


Hide Username And Password in URL for Oracle FORMS

February 1st, 2021, posted in Oracle EBS Application

Username & password which is presented in addressbar like this :

For example the address is like this :

http://test.domain.com:7778/forms/frmservlet?form=login_testform.fmx&userid=username/[email protected]

This shows that security is very low !!!

However, if all your users use the same username/password, you could specify this information in the FORMSWEB.CFG file; for example:

Go to you servers form configuration :


And go and do this :

# Forms runtime argument: database connection details
userlogin: userid=username/[email protected]%*

For now the address will be like this :


You can also set the value in this file instead of setting it in URL.

Here is what URL look like


and here is some setting you can set in the config file

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userid=user/[email protected]