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Here, you can see that the standard layout allocated 512MB to /, 2048MB to /usr, 256MB to /var, 1024MB to swap, and all free space to /export. In addition, the cluster SUNWCall is to be installed. Once the rules file has been customized, its contents must be verified by using the check command. Once the check command parses the rules file and validates its contents, a rules.ok file is created.
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To set up a boot client, you must shut down the target system to init level 0, by using the init 0 command or equivalent. Next, you need to boot the system by using the following command from the ok prompt:
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At this point, a broadcast is made on the local subnet to locate an install server. Once an install server is located, a mini-root system is downloaded to the target system. Once the kernel is loaded from the mini-root system, the operating system in then downloaded from the boot server:
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Resetting ... Sun Ultra 5/10, Keyboard present OpenBoot 3.25, 256 MB memory (50 ns) installed, Serial #12345353 Ethernet address 5:2:12:c:ee:5a HostID 456543 Initializing Memory | Boot device: /iommu/sbus/ledma@f,400010/le@f,c00000 File and args: hostname: paul.cassowary.net domainname: cassowary.net root server: installserv root directory: /Solaris_2.10/export/exec/kvm/sparc.sun Copyright (c) 1983-2004, Sun Microsystems, Inc. The system is coming up. Please wait.
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Once the system has started, you ll see individual clusters being installed:
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Selecting cluster: SUNWCXall Total software size: 324.55 MB Preparing system to install Solaris. Please wait. Setting up disk c1t2d0: Creating Solaris disk label (VTOC)
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Creating and checking UFS file systems: - Creating / (c1t2d0) - Creating /var (c1t2d0) - Creating /scratch (c1t2d0) - Creating /opt (c1t2d0) - Creating /usr (c1t2d0) - Creating /staff (c1t2d0) Beginning Solaris package installation... SUNWcsu.....done. 321.23 MB remaining. SUNWcsr.....done. 277.34 MB remaining. SUNWcsd.....done. 312.23 MB remaining.
sysidcfg
When installing JumpStart on a large number of clients, you can expedite installation by using a sysidcfg file, which defines a number of standard parameters for installation. The sysidcfg file can contain configuration entries for the properties shown in Table 3-1. The following is a sample sysidcfg file:
system_locale=en_US timezone=US/Eastern timeserver=localhost network_interface=le0 {netmask=255.255.255.0 protocol_ipv6=yes} security_policy=NONE terminal=dtterm name_service=NONE root_password=f7438:;H2ef
Property Date and time DHCP DNS domains to search DNS, LDAP, or NIS/NIS+ name server Domain name Graphics card Hostname IP address IPv6 Kerberos administration server Kerberos KDC TABLE 3-1
sysidcfg Parameter timeserver dhcp search name_server domain_name display hostname ip_address protocol_ipv6 admin_server kdc
DNS, LDAP, or NIS/NIS+ name service name_service
Configurable sysidcfg Properties
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Property Kerberos realm Keyboard language LDAP profile Monitor type Netmask Network interface Pointing device Root password Security policy Terminal type Time zone TABLE 3-2
sysidcfg Parameter default_realm keyboard profile monitor netmask network_interface pointer root_password security_policy terminal timezone
Configurable sysidcfg Properties (continued)
Summary
This chapter has shown you how to perform preinstallation planning and how to estimate the amount of disk space required for installation. In addition, you have walked through how to perform a Web Start Wizard installation, and how to configure a Solaris system for first-time operation. These techniques must be employed whenever a Solaris system is installed.
Initialization, OpenBoot PROM, and Run Levels
ne of the main hardware differences between SPARC systems that run Solaris and PC systems that run Linux or Microsoft Windows is that SPARC systems have an OpenBoot PROM monitor program, which can be used to modify firmware settings prior to booting. In this chapter, we examine how to use the OpenBoot PROM monitor to manage SPARC system firmware. Solaris 10 uses a flexible boot process that is based on the System V Release 4.0 specification for UNIX systems. The System V approach makes it easier to create and customize startup and shutdown procedures that are consistent across sites and systems. The aim of this chapter is to introduce you to the basic terminology and initialization elements that play an important role in bringing a Solaris system to single- and multiuser run levels or init states. Each run level is a mutually exclusive mode of operation. Transitions between run levels are managed by the init process. After reading this chapter, you should feel confident in tailoring the startup and shutdown of your own system.
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