- TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol)
The protocol suite originally developed for the Internet. It is also called the Internet protocol suite. Solaris networks run on TCP/IP by default.
- Terminfo database
Describes the capabilities of devices such as printers and terminals.
A measure of sequential I/O performance, quoted as Mbytes/second.
- TMPFS (Temporary File System)
A file system that uses local memory for file system reads and writes and is typically much faster than a UFS.
A series of sectors positioned end-to-end in a circular path. The number of sectors per track varies with the radius of a track on the platter. The outer tracks are larger and can hold more sectors than the inner tracks.
- Trusted host
A host from which a user can log in without being required to type in a password.