In this chapter, you have learned how a Solaris system utilizes the swapfs file system as virtual memory storage when the system does not have enough physical memory to handle the needs of the currently running processes. You have learned how to add, monitor, and delete swap files and partitions. You have also learned how to manage core files and crash dumps.
This chapter also described what NFS is and how to share resources on an NFS server. Accessing resources on the NFS client from a server was discussed, as was configuring NFS to record all activity via the NFS logging daemon, nfslogd.
Finally, this chapter described AutoFS and the many options that are available when you're mounting NFS resources so that user downtime is minimized by unplanned system outages and unavailable resources.