Referring to a previous Solaris post at -ucs-c-220m4-solaris-10, and reviewing the interop matrix, it appears that Solaris support for platforms with processors higher than SandyBridge(V1) are not included on the Cisco UCS support matrix in general.
The R-hub solarischeck repository1, provides a full set of instructions by Gábor Csárdi for setting up R on a Solaris system. However, due to the ever-evolving software landscape, the instructions as they stand are not likely to produce a working system.
The movement capacity of the crown-of-thorns starfishes (Acanthaster spp.) is a primary determinant of both their distribution and impact on coral assemblages. We quantified individual movement rates for the Pacific crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster solaris) ranging in size from 75-480 mm total diameter, across three different substrates (sand, flat consolidated pavement, and coral rubble) on the northern Great Barrier Reef. The mean (+/- SE) rate of movement for smaller (350 mm total diameter. Mean (+/- SE) rates of movement varied with substrate type, being much higher on sand (36.53 +/- 1.31 cm/min) compared to consolidated pavement (28.04 +/- 1.15 cm/min) and slowest across coral rubble (17.25 +/- 0.63 cm/min). If average rates of movement measured here can be sustained, in combination with strong directionality, displacement distances of adult A. solaris could range from 250-520 m/day, depending on the prevailing substrate. Sustained movement of A. solaris is, however, likely to be highly constrained by habitat heterogeneity, energetic constraints, resource availability, and diurnal patterns of activity, thereby limiting their capacity to move between reefs or habitats. 59ce067264