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To boot with the suninstall program, you don t use the Solaris 10 Installation CD-ROM; rather, you use the Solaris 10 Software 1 CD-ROM, which is bootable. suninstall has the advantage of not requiring high-resolution graphics to complete installation, so you can use a low-resolution monitor or terminal. It requires a minimal amount of RAM and allows you flexibility in configuring your system prior to installation (including internationalization). The order of questions and procedures followed are generally the same as those used in the Web Start Wizard. However, suninstall does not allow you to install third-party software as part of the installation process. Using the suninstall method is more reliable than the Web Start Wizard when installing Solaris Intel, because suninstall relies less on graphic cards and displays, which may not be compatible with the Solaris X11 server.
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JumpStart is an installation technology that allows a group of systems to be installed concurrently, using a standard file system layout and software package selection. For sites with hundreds of systems that are maintained by a small staff, JumpStart is the ideal tool for upgrading or reinstalling systems. For example, when a staff member leaves the organization, her workstation can be simply reinstalled using JumpStart. By enforcing an SOE, there is no need to configure individually every system that needs to be installed, greatly reducing the administrative burden on system administrators. When using JumpStart on a large number of clients, installation can be expedited by using a sysidcfg file, which defines a number of standard parameters for installation. The sysidcfg file can contain configuration entries for the following properties:
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Current date and time Graphics card IPv6 support Monitor type LDAP server Pointing device Security policy DHCP server IP address Local hostname Locale DNS server Netmask Power management Terminal type Local domain name Local IP address Security policy NIS/NIS+ server Network interface Root password Time zone
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The following is a sample sysidcfg file:
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system_locale=en_US timezone=US/Eastern timeserver=192.168.34.3 network_interface=le0 {netmask=255.255.255.0 protocol_ipv6=yes} security_policy=NONE terminal=dtterm name_service=NONE root_password=5fg48;r3f name_service=NIS {domain_name=cassowary.net name_server= nis(192.168.44.53)}
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Here, you can see that the system locale has been set to standard U.S. English, the time zone to the U.S. East Coast, the timeserver to 192.168.34.3, and the network interface running IPv6 to /dev/le0. While the default terminal and root password are also set, the name service and security policy have not been set because these might change from system to system. In addition, the name service selected is NIS, with the NIS server set to nis.cassowary.net (192.168.44.53).
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Solaris 10 Installation
JumpStart has three roles, which are filled by different systems on the network: An install server, which provides all the data and services required to install the system A boot server, where the RARP daemon is used to boot client systems that have not been installed An install client, which is the target system for installation
Boot Servers
A boot server provides a copy of the operating system to be installed on a target host. Once the target host has been booted using the network and install options, a kernel is downloaded to the target host from an install server, and booted locally. Once the system has been loaded, the operating system is then downloaded from the boot server. The rules for downloading and installing specific files are located in the rules.ok file. Individual systems can have their own entries in the rules file, or generic rules can be inserted. After loading the system from the boot server, the install client executes a post-installation script, and then is ready for use.
Installing Servers
The install server uses RARP to listen for requests to install the system from target hosts. Once such a request is received, a mini-root system is downloaded from the install server to the target host. To set up an install server, you need to enter the following commands:
# mkdir -p /export/install /export/config # cp -r /cdrom/Sol_10_sparc/s0/Solaris_2.10/Misc/jumpstart_sample/ * /export/config # /cdrom/Sol_10_sparc/s0/Solaris_2.10/Tools ./setup_install_server /export/install
This assumes that /export/install has sufficient space to store the installation files, and that the JumpStart configuration data, such as the rules file, will be stored in /export/ config. Here is a sample host_class file, which is referred to in rules, that specifies the UFS disk layout for all boot clients:
install_type initial_install system_type standalone partitioning explicit filesys c1t2d0s0 512 / filesys c1t2d0s3 2048 /usr filesys c1t2d0s4 256 /var filesys c0t3d1s0 1024 swap filesys c0t3d1s1 free /export cluster SUNWCall
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