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If a printer is temporarily unavailable due to maintenance, you can use the reject command to prevent new jobs being sent to a local printer. In the following example, the hp2 printer is temporarily removed from access:
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The disable command is used to stop all print jobs from proceeding. Thus, to disable all print jobs on the printer hp2, use the following command:
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To add a more meaningful description to a printer entry, you can include an optional description string. For example, to add the description HP printer on montana to the hp2 printer, you would use the following command:
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By default, a banner page is printed when using the lp print commands. To disable the banner page from printing, perhaps to conserve paper, you can set the nobanner option. For example, to set the nobanner option on hp2, you would use this command:
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Alternatively, to make banner printing optional on hp2, use the following command:
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If you want to refer to a remote printer as if it were a locally attached printer, you can do so by using lpadmin. In the following example, the server montana has the printer wyoming attached, so you can add it using this command:
# lpadmin -p wyoming -s montana
lpstat
The lpstat command can be used to verify that a printer is available for printing. The following example verifies whether the printer wyoming is available for printing:
$ lpstat D -p wyoming printer wyoming is idle. enabled since Dec 07 17:23 2001. available.
The lpstat command returns a description of any error conditions that exist for the printer. For example, if there is a paper misfeed in the printer, the following error message will be displayed:
# lpstat -D -p wyoming printer wyoming faulted. enabled since Dec 07 17:23 2001. available. unable to print: paper misfeed jam
Part IV:
Managing Devices
Summary
In this chapter, you have examined how to configure print services for a Solaris system. The Solaris Print Manager provides a convenient alternative to traditional command-line printer setup.
Pseudo File Systems and Virtual Memory
hile file systems are designed to store files, they can also be used for a number of related purposes, such as storing the process tree or allowing virtual memory to be created from disk blocks; or they can be used in a process file system. This chapter examines these two novel applications of file systems.
Key Concepts
The following concepts are required knowledge for installing pseudo file systems and virtual memory.
Pseudo File Systems
A pseudo file system is a file system that is literally a file system but has a different purpose than just storing files. One of the core pseudo file systems used in Solaris is the process file system (PROCFS), which is mounted on /proc. Most modern operating systems have a process model. However, Solaris implements some of its own special features of processes, as described in this section. The PROCFS is one of the most innovative characteristics of processes in Solaris. The state of all normal threads and processes is stored on the PROCFS. Each entry in the top-level file system corresponds to a specific process ID (PID), under which a number of subdirectories contain all state details. Applications and system services can communicate with the PROCFS as if it were a normal file system. Thus, state persistence can be provided by using the same mechanism as normal file storage. Images of all currently active processes are stored in the /proc file system by their PID. The internals of the PROCFS can seem a little complicated; fortunately, Solaris provides a number of tools to work with the /proc file system. Here s an example of how process state is persisted on the PROCFS. First, a process is identified, which in
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Part IV:
Managing Devices
this example is the current Korn shell (ksh) for the user pwatters through a normal process list display:
# ps -eaf pwatters pwatters pwatters | grep pwatters 310 291 0 Mar 20 11959 11934 0 09:21:42 pts/1 11934 11932 1 09:20:50 pts/1
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