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# write pwatters Dear pwatters, Please logout immediately as the system server is going down. If you do not logout now, your unsaved work may be lost. Yours Sincerely, System Administrator (root@system) CTRL+d
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If all these strategies fail to convince the user pwatters to log out, you have no choice but to proceed with the shutdown.
Command Reference
The following commands can be used within the OpenBoot PROM monitor to manage the SPARC firmware and the commands that are commonly used to manage init states.
STOP Commands
The STOP commands are executed on the SPARC platform by holding down the special STOP key, located on the left side of the keyboard, and any one of several other keys, each of which specifies the operation to be performed. The following functions are available:
STOP STOP-A STOP-D STOP-F STOP-N
Enters the POST environment Enters the OpenBoot PROM monitor environment Performs diagnostic tests Enters a program in the Forth language Initializes the NVRAM settings to their factory defaults
Boot Commands
You can use the boot command with any one of the following options:
net cdrom disk tape
Boots from a network interface Boots from a local CD-ROM drive Boots from a local hard disk Boots from a local tape drive
In addition, you can specify the name of the kernel to boot by including its relative path after the device specifier. You can also pass the a option on the command line to force the operator to enter the path to the kernel on the boot device.
Using eeprom
Solaris provides an easy way to modify the values of variables stored in the PROM, through the eeprom command. The eeprom command can be used by the root user when the system is running in either single- or multiuser mode. The following variables can be set, shown here with their default values:
4:
Initialization, OpenBoot PROM, and Run Levels
# /usr/sbin/eeprom tpe-link-test =true scsi-initiator-id=7 keyboard-click =false keymap: data not available. ttyb-rts-dtr-off=false ttyb-ignore-cd=true ttya-rts-dtr-off=false ttya-ignore-cd=true ttyb-mode=9600,8,n,1,ttya-mode=9600,8,n,1,pcia-probe-list=1,2,3,4 pcib-probe-list=1,2,3 mfg-mode=off diag-level=max #power-cycles=50 system-board-serial#: data not available. system-board-date: data not available. fcode-debug =false output-device=screen input-device=keyboard load-base=16384 boot-command=boot auto-boot =true watchdog-reboot =false diag-file: data not available. diag-device=net boot-file: data not available. boot-device=disk net local-mac-address =false ansi-terminal =true screen-#columns=80 screen-#rows=34 silent-mode =false use-nvramrc =false nvramrc: data not available. security-mode=none security-password: data not available. security-#badlogins=0 oem-logo: data not available. oem-logo =false oem-banner: data not available. oem-banner =false hardware-revision: data not available. last-hardware-update: data not available. diag-switch =false
You can also change the values of the boot device and boot command from within Solaris by using the eeprom command, rather than having to reboot, jump into the OpenBoot PROM monitor, and set the values directly.
Part I:
Installation
/sbin/init
In addition to being the process spawner, init can be used to switch run levels at any time. The following are some examples of what you can do with init:
Task Perform hardware maintenance Enter the administrative state Enter the first multiuser state Enter the second multiuser state Enter a user-defined state Power down the system Halt the operating system Enter the administrative state, with all the file systems available Command # init 0 # init 1 # init 2 # init 3 # init 4 # init 5 # init 6 # init S
Before using init in this way, preceding its execution with a call to sync is often advisable. The sync command renews the disk superblock, which ensures that all outstanding data operations are flushed and that the file system is stable before shutting down.
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