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Charles_151
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Daemon differences

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Can you please help me to find out what are the differences between HP-UX and Solaris daemons.

The differences can be in the function or availability or non-availability and equivalent on the target platform. I am considering HP as Source and Solaris as a target platform.

It would be appreciate if you can refer some url also.
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harry d brown jr
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Re: Daemon differences


Some daemons are the same, yet others are different.

The big question I would have is why does it matter and how does comparing HP daemons to Solaris Daemons help anyone?

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Charles_151
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Re: Daemon differences

Hi Harry

Thanks for reply.

I am making some document where I need this information. The document is Application porting issues. So this document will help for the people who is doing their application migration.

I categorized te question, on that there is a category called Daemon issues which I am currently working on.

I am not finding any relevent information though. So it would be appreciate if somebody can help.
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harry d brown jr
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Re: Daemon differences

You probably won't find much on daemon differences because they are irrelevant.

As far as the behavior of a daemon between HP-ux and Solaris, there aren't any that I know of. The same can be said of AIX.


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Re: Daemon differences

If you can come across some answer please let me know.
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