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Collapse details buttonGetting Started With Oracle Solaris

Oracle Solaris 11.1 Release Notes   The Oracle Solaris 11.1 Release Notes describes the important installation issues, update issues, and runtime issues that you might need to consider before installing or running the Oracle Solaris 11.1 operating system (OS).Download PDF
What's New in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Identifies important changes in this release.
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Oracle Solaris 11.1 End-of-Feature (EOF) List  Links to a page that identifies features that are being removed in this release.
Transitioning From Oracle Solaris 10 to Oracle Solaris 11.1   This book is for anyone who is responsible for administering one or more systems that run the Oracle Solaris operating system (OS). This document covers multiple topics for transitioning from Oracle Solaris 10 to an Oracle Solaris 11 release.Download PDF

Collapse details buttonInstalling, Booting, and Updating Oracle Solaris

Quick Start Guide to Installing Oracle Solaris 11.1  Flow-chart style quick guide to performing Oracle Solaris installation.Download PDF
Installing Oracle Solaris 11.1 Systems  This guide provides instructions for installing the Oracle Solaris 11.1 operating system. This guide describes how to install from live media, how to use the text installer, and how to perform client installations over the network.Download PDF
Upgrading to Oracle Solaris 11.1  Describes how to upgrade a system to Oracle Solaris 11.1Download PDF
Booting and Shutting Down Oracle Solaris 11.1 Systems  Describes tasks for booting and shutting down an Oracle Solaris system. Includes booting topics that apply to SPARC and x86 platforms.Download PDF
Adding and Updating Oracle Solaris 11.1 Software Packages  This document describes the Oracle Solaris Image Packaging System (IPS) feature. IPS tools enable you to install, upgrade, and remove software packages for the Oracle Solaris operating system. IPS also enables you to create your own software packages, create and manage package repositories, and mirror existing package repositories.Download PDF
Creating and Administering Oracle Solaris 11.1 Boot Environments  Creating and Administering Oracle Solaris 11.1 Boot Environments provides instructions about using the beadm1M utility to create and administer multiple boot environments on your Oracle Solaris system.Download PDF
Creating a Custom Oracle Solaris 11.1 Installation Image  This guide provides instructions for using the distribution constructor tool to build custom Oracle Solaris installation images.Download PDF
Copying and Creating Oracle Solaris 11.1 Package Repositories  This document describes how to copy, update, make accessible, and maintain an Oracle Solaris Image Packaging System (IPS) software package repository.Download PDF
Transitioning From Oracle Solaris 10 JumpStart to Oracle Solaris 11 Automated Installer  This book provides information to help you migrate from Oracle Solaris 10 JumpStart to Oracle Solaris 11 Automated Installer (AI), both of which are automated installation features of Oracle Solaris.Download PDF
Oracle Solaris 11.1 Package List  Lists and briefly describes packages that are installed by default by the different Oracle Solaris 11.1 installers.Download PDF
Using Image Packaging System (IPS) to Install and Update Software in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Links to animation that describes how to use IPS.

Collapse details buttonEstablishing an Oracle Solaris Network

Introduction to Oracle Solaris 11 Networking  This book introduces networking concepts as implemented in Oracle Solaris 11. It describes profile-managed networking configuration, where the manner of network configuration depends on the type of profile that is activated on the system. The book also describes the network stack as it is implemented in Oracle Solaris 11, where the hardware and network layers are decoupled. Consequently, new features, such as use of customized names for datalinks and IP interfaces are supported, and configuration of link and interface properties are performed uniformly by using new administrative tools.Download PDF
Connecting Systems Using Fixed Network Configuration in Oracle Solaris 11.1  This book describes network configuration using the system-generated DefaultFixed profile. By using this profile, you configure the systems with static IP addresses. You manually configure the systems with the dladm and ipadm commands.Download PDF
Connecting Systems Using Reactive Network Configuration in Oracle Solaris 11.1  This book describes network configuration by using reactive profiles. In a reactive network configuration, the system adjusts to the network setup automatically without requiring manual reconfiguration. You can configure and manage profiles by using the netcfg and netadm commands.Download PDF
Configuring and Administering Oracle Solaris 11.1 Networks   This book is for anyone responsible for administering networked systems that run the Oracle Solaris. The book assumes that basic configurations have already been completed that connect the systems to the network. The procedures cover configuration of systems that perform specific functions within your network, such as routers, network configuration servers, tunnels, and so on.Download PDF
Securing the Network in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Explains how to secure the link layer and IP layer on an Oracle Solaris network.Download PDF
Working with DHCP in Oracle Solaris 11.1   Describes how to administer the DHCP service to automatically configure the network for a host while it boots.Download PDF
Using Virtual Networks in Oracle Solaris 11.1  This book explains how to configure virtual NICs to create virtual networks on a single system. It also discusses ways to manage the use of network resources by different processes for greater efficiency.Download PDF
Managing Oracle Solaris 11.1 Network Performance  This book explains how to further configure datalinks and IP interfaces to improve network performance, such as combining links into aggregations, using IP multipathing groups, using integrated load balancing, and other methods.Download PDF

Collapse details buttonAdministering Essential Oracle Solaris Features

Managing User Accounts and User Environments in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Describes managing user accounts and user environments.Download PDF
Managing Services and Faults in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Describes how to manage SMF and fault management services.Download PDF
Managing System Information, Processes, and Performance in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Describes tasks for managing system information, processes, and monitoring performance.Download PDF
Configuring and Managing Printing in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Describes tasks for configuring and managing printing.Download PDF
Troubleshooting Typical Issues in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Describes troubleshooting issues on both SPARC and x86 platforms.Download PDF
International Language Environments Guide for Oracle Solaris 11.1  This book describes internationalization features in the Oracle Solaris 11.1 operating environment. The book contains important information on how to use Oracle Solaris 11.1 software to build software products that support various languages and cultural conventions. This book also contains guidelines for developers on how to use Oracle Solaris 11 software to write applications for international markets.The Euro is introduced, along with such concepts as Codeset Independence (CSI, keyboard support, and how to localize the multilingual Solaris product. Other topics include printing support for European and Asian printing, and Unicode local support features.

Collapse details buttonAdministering Network Services in Oracle Solaris

Introduction to Oracle Solaris 11 Network Services  Provides a overview of the network services supported by the Oracle Solaris operating system.Download PDF
Managing Network File Systems in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Describes how to use the NFS service to provide access to file systems over the network.Download PDF
Managing IP Quality of Service in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Describes how to use the IPQOS service to support differentiated services.Download PDF
Managing Services Location Protocol Services in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Describes how to use the SLP service to enable dynamic service discovery.Download PDF
Managing sendmail Services in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Describes how to configure the sendmail service to manage email.Download PDF
Managing Serial Networks Using UUCP and PPP in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Describes how to enable the PPP and UUCP services to provide serial networking.Download PDF
Managing Remote Systems in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Describes how to administer and use the FTP service to transfer files.Download PDF
Working With Naming and Directory Services in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Describes the setup and administration of the DNS, NIS, and LDAP naming services.Download PDF
Managing SMB and Windows Interoperability in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Describes how to integrate an Oracle Solaris Server Message Block (SMB) server and SMB clients into a Windows environment. The SMB server can be used to serve SMB shares to any SMB client and the SMB client on the Oracle Solaris system can access shares from any SMB server.Download PDF

Collapse details buttonManaging Data Storage in Oracle Solaris

Oracle Solaris 11.1 Administration: Devices and File Systems  This book is for anyone responsible for administering one or more systems that run the Oracle Solaris release. The book covers a range of Oracle Solaris system administration topics related to managing removable media, disks and devices and file systems.Topics are described for both SPARC and x86 based systems, where appropriate.Download PDF
Oracle Solaris 11.1 Administration: ZFS File Systems  This book is intended for anyone responsible for setting up and administering Oracle ZFS file systems. Topics are described for both SPARC and x86 based systems, where appropriate.Download PDF
Oracle Solaris 11.1 Administration: SAN Configuration and Multipathing  This guide provides an overview of Solaris I/O multipathing features for the Oracle Solaris OS. It includes instructions on how to install and configure software and hardware devices.Download PDF
ZFS Storage 7x20 Storage Appliance Information Library  Links to information library for ZFS Storage Appliance.
SAM-QFS Information Library  Links to information library for the Sun QFS and Sun Storage Archive Manager product.

Collapse details buttonSecuring the Oracle Solaris 11 Operating System

Oracle Solaris 11 Security Guidelines  Provides an overview of Oracle Solaris security features and the guidelines for using those features to harden and protect an installed system and its applications.Download PDF
Securing the Network in Oracle Solaris 11.1  Explains how to secure the link layer and IP layer on an Oracle Solaris network.Download PDF
Oracle Solaris 11.1 Administration: Security Services  Explains how to administer security features on one or more Oracle Solaris systems.Download PDF
Developer's Guide to Oracle Solaris 11 Security  This book is for developers of applications that consume security services as well as developers of applications that provide security services for the Oracle Solaris operating system. Programming interfaces are documented for the following services: PAM, SASL, GSS-API, the Oracle Solaris cryptographic framework, the Oracle Solaris Key Management Framework, and process privileges.Download PDF
Trusted Extensions Configuration and Administration  Explains how to enable, configure, and maintain the Trusted Extensions feature of Oracle Solaris on one or more systems.Download PDF
Trusted Extensions User's Guide  Explains how to use the Trusted Extensions feature of Oracle Solaris on a desktop system.Download PDF
Trusted Extensions Label Administration  Explains how labels are used and are displayed in the Trusted Extensions feature of Oracle Solaris and how to plan labels in your organization. Also describes which parts of the Compartmented Mode Workstation Labeling: Encodings Format guide do not apply to the Trusted Extensions implementation.Download PDF
Trusted Extensions Developer's Guide  Explains how to use the programming interfaces to write new trusted applications for systems that run the Trusted Extensions feature of the Oracle Solaris OS.Download PDF
Compartmented Mode Workstation Labeling: Encodings Format  Describes label features that are outside the scope of Trusted Extensions Label Administration.Download PDF

Collapse details buttonMonitoring and Tuning Oracle Solaris

Oracle Solaris 11.1 Tunable Parameters Reference Manual  This book provides reference information on Oracle Solaris tunable parameters. The book is intended for experienced Oracle Solaris system administrators who might need to change Oracle Solaris tunable parameters in certain situations.Download PDF
Oracle Solaris 11.1 Dynamic Tracing Guide  The Oracle Solaris Dynamic Tracing Guide describes how to use DTrace. It also describes the DTrace providers in detail. Most of the information present in this document is generic to all releases of the Oracle Solaris operating system.Download PDF
How to Perform System Archival and Recovery Procedures With Oracle Solaris 11  Links to article that explains how to perform detailed system archive and recovery.
Oracle VTS (Validation Test Suite) Information Library  Links to information about Oracle Validation Test Suite, diagnostic software for SPARC and x86 systems.

Collapse details buttonCreating and Using Oracle Solaris Virtual Environments

Introduction to Oracle Solaris 11 Virtual Environments  Includes information about the software virtualization technologies that are available with the Oracle Solaris 11.1 OS.Download PDF
Oracle Solaris 11.1 Administration: Oracle Solaris Zones, Oracle Solaris 10 Zones, and Resource Management  System Administration Guide: Oracle Solaris Zones, Oracle Solaris 10 Zones, and Resource Management is for anyone responsible for administering one or more systems that run an Oracle Solaris release. The book covers the topics resource management, Oracle Solaris Zones, and Oracle Solaris 10 Zones (solaris10 branded zones).Download PDF
Using Oracle Solaris Zones to Develop and Deploy Applications  Links to animation that describes how to use Oracle Solaris Zones.
Oracle Solaris Zones, Oracle Solaris 10 Zones, and Resource Management Developer's Guide  Resource Management, Oracle Solaris Zones, and Oracle Solaris 10 Zones Developer's Guide describes how to write applications that partition and manage system resources such as processor sets and scheduling class. This book references the programming APIs provided to partition, schedule, and set bounds on the consumption of system resources and to make the configuration of resources persistent. This book provides programming examples and a discussion of programming issues to consider when writing an application.Download PDF
Oracle VM Server for SPARC Information Library   Links to Oracle VM for SPARC 2.2 library.

Collapse details buttonWorking With the Oracle Solaris Desktop

Oracle Solaris 11 Desktop Accessibility Guide  The Oracle Solaris 11 Accessibility Guide for the GNOME Desktop describes the accessibility features available in the Oracle Solaris 11 operating system.Download PDF
Oracle Solaris 11.1 Desktop User's Guide  This guide explains how to use the Oracle Solaris Desktop and its components.Download PDF
Oracle Solaris 11.1 Desktop Administrator's Guide  Describes how to administer the Oracle Solaris Desktop and its components.Download PDF
Optimizing the Oracle Solaris 11 Desktop for a Multi-User Environment  Explains how to best enable the desktop for multi-user environments.Download PDF

Collapse details buttonDeveloping Applications for Use With Oracle Solaris 11

Introduction to the Oracle Solaris 11 Developer Environment   The Oracle Solaris 11 Operating System provides developers with numerous interfaces, frameworks, and tools to take advantage of the technologies in the operating system. This book provides an introduction to setting up an Oracle Solaris 11 development environment and also provides links to sources of detailed information that would be useful to developers.Download PDF
Developer's Guide to Oracle Solaris 11 Security  This book is for developers of applications that consume security services as well as developers of applications that provide security services for the Oracle Solaris operating system. Programming interfaces are documented for the following services: PAM, SASL, GSS-API, the Oracle Solaris cryptographic framework, the Oracle Solaris Key Management Framework, and process privileges.Download PDF
Packaging and Delivering Software With the Oracle Solaris 11.1 Image Packaging System  This document describes how to use the Oracle Solaris Image Packaging System (IPS) feature to package software to be installed and updated on Oracle Solaris 11 systems.Download PDF
Copying and Creating Oracle Solaris 11 Package Repositories   This document describes how to copy, update, make accessible, and maintain an Oracle Solaris Image Packaging System (IPS) software package repository.Download PDF
Developing Applications for Solaris 11.1 in C, C++, and Fortran Using Oracle Solaris Studio  Links to an introduction to the Oracle Solaris Studio product and explains how to use it in the Oracle Solaris environment. Note: This link takes you to the Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 library.Download PDF
Oracle Solaris 11.1 Dynamic Tracing Guide  The Oracle Solaris Dynamic Tracing Guide describes how to use DTrace. It also describes the DTrace providers in detail. Most of the information present in this document is generic to all releases of the Oracle Solaris operating system.Download PDF
Oracle Solaris 11.1 Linker and Libraries Guide  This book describes the operations of the Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS) link-editor and runtime linker, and the objects on which these link-editors operate. The book covers the Link-Editor: ld(1), the Runtime Linker: ld.so.1(1), Shared Objects (sometimes referred to as Shared Libraries), and the ELF object file format.Download PDF
Oracle Solaris Zones, Oracle Solaris 10 Zones, and Resource Management Developer's Guide  Resource Management, Oracle Solaris Zones, and Oracle Solaris 10 Zones Developer's Guide describes how to write applications that partition and manage system resources such as processor sets and scheduling class. This book references the programming APIs provided to partition, schedule, and set bounds on the consumption of system resources and to make the configuration of resources persistent. This book provides programming examples and a discussion of programming issues to consider when writing an application.Download PDF
Using Oracle Solaris Zones to Develop and Deploy Applications  Links to animation that describes how to use Oracle Solaris Zones.
Remote Administration Daemon Developer Guide  This book provides information about the remote administration daemon for Oracle Solaris. This book is intended for developers who want to use rad to create administrative interfaces and for developers looking to consume interfaces published using rad by others.Download PDF
Memory and Thread Placement Optimization Developer's Guide  This book has information on memory thread placement and optimization techniques for developers. Topics covered include the locality groups API and associated command-line tools.Download PDF
Oracle Solaris Modular Debugger Guide  This book describes the Oracle Solaris Modular Debugger (MDB), which is a general purpose debugging tool for the Oracle Solaris operating system. The primary feature of MDB is its extensibility. This book describes how to use MDB to debug complex software systems, with a particular emphasis on the facilities available for debugging the Oracle Solaris kernel and associated device drivers and modules. The book also includes a complete reference for and discussion of the MDB language syntax, debugger features, and MDB module programming API.Download PDF
Multithreaded Programming Guide  This book covers the POSIX and Oracle Solaris threads APIs, programming with synchronization objects, and compiling multithreaded programs.This guide is for developers who want to use multithreading to separate a process into independent execution threads, improving application performance and structure.Download PDF
ONC+ Developer's Guide  This book describes the ONC+ distributed services that were developed at Oracle Corporation. ONC+ technologies consist of a family of technologies, services, and tools. The technologies include Transport-independent remote procedure call (TI-RPC) was developed to make RPC applications transport independent. External data representation (XDR.) is an architecture-independent specification for representing data.Download PDF
Programming Interfaces Guide  Programming Interfaces Guide describes network and system interfaces used by application developers. This book describes interfaces in areas such as shared memory, transport selection, and real-time administration. This book also describes applications that relate to API/ABI compliance, such as appcert. The ONC+ Developer's Guide describes higher-level networking interfaces.Download PDF
SIP API Developer's Guide  This book is a reference to the interfaces of the Session Initiation Protocols (SIP) in the Oracle Solaris 11 operating system.Download PDF
STREAMS Programming Guide  This book describes the STREAMS facilities for UNIX system communications services in the Oracle Solaris environment. For application developers, this book includes information about constructing, using, and dismantling a stream, messaging, administration, and using STREAMS-based pipes and named pipes. For module and driver developers, this book describes the STREAMS framework, messaging, driver design, module design, configuration, multithreading, and multiplexing.Download PDF
Writing Device Drivers  Writing Device Drivers provides information on developing drivers for character-oriented devices, block-oriented devices, network devices, SCSI target and HBA devices, USB devices, and SR-IOV devices for the Oracle Solaris operating system. This book discusses how to develop multithreaded reentrant device drivers for all architectures that conform to the Oracle Solaris OS DDI/DKI (Device Driver Interface, Driver-Kernel Interface). A common driver programming approach is described that enables drivers to be written without concern for platform-specific issues such as endianness and data ordering.Additional topics include hardening Solaris drivers; power management; driver autoconfiguration; programmed I/O; Direct Memory Access (DMA); device context management; compilation, installation, and testing drivers; debugging drivers; and porting Solaris drivers to a 64-bit environment.Download PDF
Device Driver Tutorial  This tutorial provides hands-on information about how to develop device drivers for the Oracle Solaris Operating System. This book includes step-by-step descriptions of writing, building, installing, loading, and testing real device drivers. These instructions help you understand how drivers control devices. This book also gives an overview of the driver development environment, tools available to you to develop drivers, and techniques for avoiding some driver development problems.Download PDF
SPARC Assembly Language Reference Manual  This book describes the assembler that runs on the SPARC architecture and translates source files that are in assembly language format into object files in linking format. The text in this book is current to Solaris 7 software.Download PDF
x86 Assembly Language Reference Manual  The x86 Assembly Language Reference Manual documents the Oracle Solaris x86 assembler, as(1). This manual is provided to help experienced assembly language programmers understand disassembled output of Solaris compilers. This manual is neither an introductory book about assembly language programming nor a reference manual for the x86 architecture.Download PDF

Collapse details buttonOracle Solaris 11.1 Reference Manuals

man pages section 1: User Commands  Reference information (man pages) for Oracle Solaris user commands.Download PDF
man pages section 1M: System Administration Commands  Reference information (man pages) for Oracle Solaris administration commands.Download PDF
man pages section 2: System Calls  Reference information (man pages) for Oracle Solaris system calls.Download PDF
man pages section 3: Library Interfaces and Headers  Reference information (man pages) for Oracle Solaris library interfaces and headers.Download PDF
man pages section 3: Basic Library Functions  Reference information (man pages) for Oracle Solaris basic library functions.Download PDF
man pages section 3: Networking Library Functions  Reference information (man pages) for Oracle Solaris network-specific library functions.Download PDF
man pages section 3: Extended Library Functions, Volume 1  Reference information (man pages) for asynchronous I/O (libaio), security and auditing (libbsm), configuration administration (libcgfadm), contract management (libcontract), CPU performance counters (libcpc), direct access transport (libdat), device ID (libdevid), device information (libdevinfo), executable and linking format (libelf), extended accounting file access (libexacct), and file system type identification (libfstyp).Download PDF
man pages section 3: Extended Library Functions, Volume 2  Reference information (man pages) for string-pattern matching (libgen), common fibre channel HBA (libhbaapi), kernel statistics (libkstat), kernel VM (libkvm), layout services (liblayout), locality group (liblgrp), mathematical functions (libm), user mailbox (libmail), multiple precision (libmp), common mulitpath management (libmpapi), and vector math (libmvec).Download PDF
man pages section 3: Extended Library Functions, Volume 3  Reference information (man pages) for name-value pair (libnvpair), pluggable authentication module (libpam), open printing API (libpapi), perl (libperl), PICL (libpicl), PICL plug-in (libpciltree), pool configuration manipuliation (libpool), process control (libproc), project database access (libproject), remove shared memory (libsrm), and realtime (librt).Download PDF
man pages section 3: Extended Library Functions, Volume 4  Reference information (man pages) for service configuration facility (libscf), file access control (libsec), security attributes database (libsecdb), smartcard (libsmartcard), SNMP (libsnmp), system event (libsysevent), interactive comman-line input (libtecla), TNF probe control (libtnfctl), universally unique identifier (libuuid), volume management (libvolmgt), and product install registry (libswreg).Download PDF
man pages section 3: Curses Library Functions  Reference information (man pages) for libraries that provide graphics and character screen updating capabilities.Download PDF
man pages section 3: Multimedia Library Functions  Reference information (man pages) for the multimedia processing library (libmlib).Download PDF
man pages section 4: File Formats  Reference information (man pages) for various file formats.Download PDF
man pages section 5: Standards, Environments, and Macros  Reference information (man pages) for various miscellaneous subjects, including headers, environments, macro packages, character sets, and standards.Download PDF
man pages section 7: Device and Network Interfaces  Reference information (man pages) for device and network interfaces.Download PDF
man pages section 9: DDI and DKI Driver Entry Points  Reference information (man pages) for entry-point routines for calling and return syntax from the kernel to the device driver.Download PDF
man pages section 9: DDI and DKI Kernel Functions  Reference information (man pages) for calling and return syntax from the a device driver to the kernel.Download PDF
man pages section 9: DDI and DKI Properties and Data Structures  Reference information (man pages) for kernel properties used by device drivers and data structures used to share information between the kernel and device drivers.Download PDF

Collapse details buttonImportant Information From Previous Releases

Oracle Solaris WBEM Developer's Guide  Oracle Solaris 11 Express WBEM developer information that applies unchanged for Oracle Solaris 11. Note: This link takes you to the Oracle Solaris 11 Express library.Download PDF
Oracle Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide  Provides instructions on using Oracle Solaris Volume Manager to manage disk storage. Note: This link takes you to the Oracle Solaris 10 10/12 library.Download PDF
Oracle Solaris Administration: IP Services   Provides information about TCP/IP network services. Note: This link takes you to the Oracle Solaris 11 library.Download PDF

Collapse details buttonRelated Information

Oracle Solaris 11 Product Center  Links to product technical marketing information for Oracle Solaris 11.
Oracle Solaris HCL and HCTS  Links to the Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) and Hardware Certification Test Suite (HCTS) pages for Oracle Solaris 10 and later releases.
Oracle Solaris 11 How-To Articles  Links to product technical marketing articles and white papers for Oracle Solaris 11.
Oracle Solaris 11 Technologies  Links to product technology spotlights for Oracle Solaris 11.
Oracle Solaris 11 Animations and Videos  Links to animations and videos that illustrate features of Oracle Solaris 11.1 software.
Oracle Solaris 11 Training  Links to Oracle University training for Oracle Solaris 11.

Collapse details buttonLegal Information for this Release

Accessing Third-Party Notice and License Information for Oracle Solaris 11.1  Provides important legal information and access to right-to-use statements. Download PDF
Accessing Open Source Code  Links to information about open source code.




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