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If you consent to using fdisk, you will see a screen similar to the following:
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Total disk size is 2048 cylinders Cylinder size is 4032 (512 byte) blocks Cylinders Partition Status Type Start End Length % ========= ====== ==== ===== ==== ====== === 1 UNIX 0 1023 1024 50 2 DOS 1024 2047 1024 50 SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: 1. Create a partition 2. Specify the active partition 3. Delete a partition 4. Exit (update disk configuration and exit) 5. Cancel (exit without updating disk configuration) Enter Selection:
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In this example, you can see that two existing partitions occupy 1,204 cylinders each. Partition 1 is a UNIX partition (perhaps from SCO UNIX, from the Santa Cruz Operation), while partition 2 is an MS-DOS partition. If you want to use the entire disk for Solaris, you need to select option 3 on this menu, twice, to delete each existing partition in turn. Alternatively, if you wished to retain the UNIX partition but delete the MS-DOS partition, you would select option 3 only once, and then select partition 2 for deletion. After you have freed up space (if necessary), you will be required to select option 1 to create a partition. You will then be required to select option A from the following menu to create a Solaris partition:
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Select the partition type to create: 1=SOLARIS 2=UNIX 3=PCIXOS 4=Other 5=DOS12 6=DOS16 7=DOSEXT 8=DOSBIG A=x86 Boot B=Diagnostic 0=Exit
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NOTE It is not possible to run Solaris from a non-UFS partition; however, it is possible to
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mount non-Solaris file systems after the system has been installed. Next, you need to specify the size of the partition, in either the number of cylinders or the percentage of the disk to be used. In this example, you enter either 100 percent or 2,048 cylinders:
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Specify the percentage of disk to use for this partition (or type "c" to specify the size in cylinders).
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Next, you need to indicate whether the target partition is going to be activated. This means that the system will attempt to boot the default operating system loader from this partition. If you are going to use the Solaris boot manager, you may activate this partition. However, if you are using Boot Magic or LILO to manage existing Microsoft Windows or Linux partitions, and you wish to continue using either of these systems, you should answer no. After you have created the partition, the fdisk menu will be updated and displayed as follows:
2 Active x86 Boot 8 16 9 1 Total disk size is 2048 cylinders Cylinder size is 4032 (512 byte) blocks Cylinders Partition Status Type Start End Length % ========= ====== ========= ===== ==== ====== === 2 Active x86 Boot 0 2047 2048 100 SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING: 1. Create a partition 2. Specify the active partition 3. Delete a partition 4. Exit (update disk configuration and exit) 5. Cancel (exit without updating disk configuration) Enter Selection:
At this point, you should select option 4. You will then be prompted with the following message:
No suitable Solaris fdisk partition was found. Solaris Installer needs to create a Solaris fdisk partition on your root disk, c0d0, that is at least 395MB. WARNING: All information on the disk will be lost. May the Solaris Installer create a Solaris fdisk [y,n, ]
Since you ve just created the appropriate partition using fdisk, you should type n here. You will then see this message:
Part I:
Installation
To restart the installation, run /sbin/cd0_install.
After restarting the installer, you will see the formatting display shown in the next section.
Disk Formatting and Virtual Memory
If your system already has a UFS partition, or if you have just created one, you will see a screen containing text similar to the following:
<<< Current Boot Parameters >>> Boot path: /pci@1,0/pci-ide@6,1/ide@2/sd@1,0:a Boot args: kernel/unix <<< Starting Installation >>> SunOS Release 5.10 Version Generic 32-bit Copyright 1983-2001 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved. Configuring /dev and /devices Using RPC Bootparams for network configuration information. Solaris Web Start installer English has been selected as the language in which to perform the install. Starting the Web Start Solaris installer Solaris installer is searching the system s hard disks for a location to place the Solaris installer software. The default root disk is /dev/dsk/c0d0. The Solaris installer needs to format /dev/dsk/c0d0 to install Solaris. WARNING: ALL INFORMATION ON THE DISK WILL BE ERASED! Do you want to format /dev/dsk/c0d0 [y,n, ,q]
At this point, you simply type y and the disk will be formatted so that you can create new partitions. You will then be prompted to enter the size of the swap partition:
NOTE: The swap size cannot be changed during filesystem layout. Enter a swap partition size between 384MB and 1865MB, default = 512MB [ ]
You are then asked to confirm that the swap slice can be installed at the beginning of the partition:
The Installer prefers that the swap slice is at the beginning of the disk. This will allow the most flexible filesystem partitioning later in the installation. Can the swap slice start at the beginning of the disk [y,n, ,q]
After you create the swap partition, the other slices can be created on the target disk, because the installation program requires a UFS to install correctly. However, the system must first be rebooted to perform the disk layout:
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