Originally Posted by manalisharmabe
I need to check why FTP service on Solaris 10 machine did not work in between. What does Jun-29 means here? Does it mean that it has been RUNNING/UP since Jun 29th ?
-bash-3.2$ sudo /usr/bin/svcs |grep -i ftp
legacy_run Jun_29 lrc:/etc/rc3_d/S90proftpd
online Jun_29 svc:/network/ftp:default
Again, as with several of your other threads, did you try to read the documentation, man pages, or look up the command??? There are MANY examples of what the svcs command outputs, with explanations. These would include Oracles own pages on it
Originally Posted by Solaris Documentation
If the service instance entered the current state within the last 24 hours, this column indicates the time that it did so. Otherwise, this column indicates the date on which it did so, printed with underscores (_) in place of blanks.
How to check if it was not working during specific period? Please advise.
You check the log files, as you would for ANY service, on ANY version of *nix. Did you?