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  Install the Solaris 10 operating system environment over the network to sparc
     
  Add Date : 2018-11-21      
         
         
         
  First, the environment Introduction

1. Purpose

Under no circumstances drive client server system reload solaris10 1/13

2. Basic Environment

Install server: SUN M8000, have installed Oracle Solaris 10 1/13,

ixgbe0 ip: 192.168.0.101

e1000g1 ip: 192.168.9.10

Client: SUN M8000, no optical drive,

ixgbe0 ip: 192.168.0.100

e1000g1 ip: 192.168.9.11

Networking: Gigabit port two hosts directly connected via Gigabit port switch (same network segment)

Gigabit ports: e1000g0 and e1000g1

Gigabit ports: ixgbe0 and ixgbe1

Installation media: a Solaris 10 DVD installation disc

Second, the experimental procedure

1. Determine whether the card is enabled own MAC address

On SPARC platforms, each SPARC-based systems have a system-wide MAC address By default, all interfaces are using that address, so by default, MAC address of each interface is the same, but use IPMP , each interface in the group must have a unique MAC addresses that must be factory-installed MAC address. You can use "? Eeprom local-mac-address" command to detect the current system all interfaces are using the system-wide MAC address:

# Eeprom local-mac-address?

local-mac-address? = flase

If the command corresponding to eeprpm value is false, then all of the interfaces using the system-wide MAC address, the need to change the value to true (server and client were the case)

# Eeprom local-mac-address? = True

# Eeprom local-mac-address?

local-mac-address? = true

2. The client checks the status of the card

1) xscf interface

Network Installation must be guided by the card, so we must first determine multiple network adapters in the host, the card guide assume this work, and the state is turned on:

a.a) inspection recognizes NIC


{20} ok show-nets

a) / pci @ 1,700000 / network @ 0,1

b) / pci @ 1,700000 / network @ 0

c) / pci @ 0,600000 / pci @ 0,1 / network @ 1,1

d) / pci @ 0,600000 / pci @ 0,1 / network @ 1

q) NO SELECTION

Enter Selection, q to quit: q

This command can be identified that a total of four NICs (all electrical interfaces, optical interface card is not recognized)

a.b) Check the setting of the net alias


{20} ok devalias net

net / pci @ 0,600000 / pci @ 0,1 / network @

This command can be learned "pci @ 0,600000 / pci @ 0,1 / network @" is available for network boot card

a.c) Check the network card status


{20} ok watch-net-all

/ Pci @ 1,700000 / network @ 0,1

Timed out waiting for Autonegotation to complete

Check cable and try again

1000 Mbps full duplex Link up (this network port status link up)
Looking for Ethernet Packets.
'.' Is a Good Packet. 'X' is a Bad Packet.
Type any key to stop.
...........................

/ Pci @ 1,700000 / network @ 0

Timed out waiting for Autonegotation to complete

Check cable and try again

1000 Mbps full duplex Link up (this network port status link up)
Looking for Ethernet Packets.
'.' Is a Good Packet. 'X' is a Bad Packet.
Type any key to stop.

...........................

/ Pci @ 0,600000 / pci @ 0,1 / network @ 1,1

Timed out waiting forAutonegotation to complete
Check cable and try again
Link Down

/ Pci @ 0,600000 / pci @ 0,1 / network @ 1

Timed out waiting forAutonegotation to complete
Check cable and try again
Link Down

This command shows that "pci @ 0,600000 / pci @ 0,1 / network @" and link state are not turned down, unable to receive and send data packets, and "/ pci @ 1,700000 / network @ 0" and "/ pci @ 1,700000 / network @ 0,1" is Link up status, you can send and receive data packets, so need to set the net NIC NIC link up state

a.d) Set the boot NIC


{20} ok nvalias net / pci @ 1,700000 / network @ 0,1 (the current link up the network port is set to net alias)

{20} ok devalias net

net / pci @ 1,700000 / network @ 0,1


a.e) View MAC address


{20} ok cd / pci @ 1,700000 / network @ 0,1

{20} ok .properties

........................

local-mac-address 00 15 17 f7 22 3d


........................

 Record this address

2) Solaris interface

This step is not necessary to do to enter the client system to view the card's MAC address, check again:

# Ifconfig -a (client)

e1000g1: flags = 1000843 < UP, BROADCAST, RUNNING, MULTICAST, IPv4> mtu1500 index 2

        inet192.168.9.11 netmask ffffff00 broadcast 192.168.9.255

        ether 0: 15: 17: f7: 22: 3d

3. Install the server configuration

1) copy of the CD solaris

#mkdir -p / export / home / dvdsparc # Create the installation directory

#cd / cdrom / sol_10_1106_sparc / Solaris_10 / Tools # CD into the path

#. / Setup_install_server / export / home / dvdsparc # CD copy data to dvdsparc directory

This process will be a long time, after the completion of the command execution, / export / home / dvdsparc directory will generate all the data in the Solaris Disk

2) determine the network status

  Clients turn e1000g1 (/ pci @ 1,700000 / network @ 0,1) card is available for boot card, so the need to ensure that the client and the network adapter card installed on the server side in the same subnet (if not in the same subnet, need to increase the boot server)

# Ifconfig -a (server-side)

e1000g1: flags = 1000843 < UP, BROADCAST, RUNNING, MULTICAST, IPv4> mtu 1500 index 2

        inet 192.168.9.10 netmask ffffff00 broadcast192.168.9.255

        ether 0: 15: 17: f2: 8c: 7f

E1000g1 client and server installation belong to the same network segment e1000g1

Or by "more / etc / path_to_inst | grep net" command to check the path names to determine the card.

# More / etc / path_to_inst | grep net

"/ Pci @ 0,600000 / pci @ 0,1 / network @ 1" 0 "bge"

"/ Pci @ 0,600000 / pci @ 0,1 / network @ 1,1" 1 "bge"

"/ Pci @ 1,700000 / network @ 0" 0 "e1000g"

"/ Pci @ 1,700000 / network @ 0,1" 1 "e1000g"

"/ Pci @ 3,700000 / ethernet @ 0" 0 "ixgbe"

"/ Pci @ 5,700000 / ethernet @ 0" 1 "ixgbe"

3) add the MAC address

In shutdown mode, the client and server to achieve data communications, in addition to the network is interconnected, but also need to recognize each other, to identify where it is necessary to pass a unique MAC address to be identified, it takes a client's MAC address added to the installation server configuration file

# Vi / etc / ethers

0: 15: 17: f7: 22: 3d client.e1000g1 # add a client NIC mac address and host name

If ethers file does not exist, you can build yourself

4) set the name recognition

On the server the client's host name and IP address:

# More / etc / hosts

#

# Internet host table

#

127.0.0.1 localhost loghostwangbobo

192.168.9.10 server.e1000g1

192.168.9.11 clinet.e1000g1

5) Set up the NFS share

 The installation directory shared by nfs registered, you need to add a line in / etc / dfs / dfstab in

Share -F nfs -o ro, anon = 0 -d "install server directory" / export / home / dvdsparc

# Cat / etc / dfs / dfstab

share -Fnfs -o ro, anon = 0 -d "install server directory" / export / home / dvdsparc

# Svcs -a | grep nfs # Check the NFS Service Status

disabled 14: 21: 41svc: / network / nfs / server: default # closed, need to open

online 11:43:55 svc: / network / nfs / cbd: default

online 11: 43: 55svc: / network / nfs / status: default

online 11: 43: 55svc: / network / nfs / mapid: default

online 11:43:55 svc: / network / nfs / nlockmgr: default

online 11: 43: 57svc: / network / nfs / client: default

online 11: 43: 58svc: / network / nfs / rquota: default

# Svcadmenable svc: / network / nfs / server # Open nfs service

bash-3.2 # svcs -a | grep nfs

online 11: 43: 55svc: / network / nfs / cbd: default

online 11: 43: 55svc: / network / nfs / status: default

online 11: 43: 55svc: / network / nfs / mapid: default

online 11: 43: 55svc: / network / nfs / nlockmgr: default

online 11: 43: 57svc: / network / nfs / client: default

online 11:43:58 svc: / network / nfs / rquota: default

online 15: 32: 22svc: / network / nfs / server: default

#shareall # shared installation directory

#share # view shared directory

- / Export / home / solaris10 ro, anon = 0 "install server directory"

6) Add a network boot image to install the client

bash-3.2 # cd / export / home / dvdsparc / Solaris_10 / Tools /

bash-3.2 #. / add_install_client clinet-e1000g1 sun4u

making / tftpboot

enabling tftp in /etc/inetd.conf

Converting /etc/inetd.conf

enabling network / tftp / udp6 service

enabling network / rarp service

enabling network / rpc / bootparams service

updating / etc / bootparams

copying boot file to / tftpboot / inetboot.SUN4U.Solaris_10-1

4. Client Installation System

1) Check the network card MAC address

MAC address and the server to verify the client card through the early mention of ".properties" command matches.

2) to start the installation system

Client enters ok state

ok boot net

SunFire Vxx0, Keyboard present
Copyright 2006 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All rights reserved.
OpenBoot 4.1x.xx, 1024 MB memory installed, Serial # 85583740.
Ethernet address 8: 0: 20: ab: cd: ef, Host ID: 80abcdef.

Rebooting with command: bootnet
Boot device: / pci @ 1,700000 / network @ 0,1 File and args:
2aa00
Use is subject to license terms.
whoami: no domain name
Configuring / dev and / devices
Using RPC Bootparams for network configuration information.
Configured interface ce0
Searching for configuration file (s) ...
Search complete.

Selecta Language # choose language

  0. English

  1. Brazilian Portuguese

  2. French

  3. German

  4. Italian

  5. Japanese

  6. Korean

  7. Simplified Chinese

  8. Spanish

  9. Swedish

  10. Traditional Chinese

? Pleasemake a choice (0 - 10), or press h or for help: 0 # 0 is selected

Whattype of terminal are you using? # Choose Terminal

 1) ANSI Standard CRT

 2) DEC VT52

 3) DEC VT100

 4) Heathkit 19

 5) Lear Siegler ADM31

 6) PC Console

 7) Sun Command Tool

 8) Sun Workstation

 9) Televideo 910

 10) Televideo 925

 11) Wyse Model 50

 12) X Terminal Emulator (xterms)

 13) CDE Terminal Emulator (dtterm)

 14) Other

Typethe number of your choice and press Return: 3

Completingsystem identification ...

- TheOracle Solaris Installation Program --------------------------------------

  The Solaris installation program is dividedinto a series of short sections

  where you'll be prompted to provideinformation for the installation. At

  the end of each section, you'll be able tochange the selections you've

  made before continuing.

  About navigation ...

        - The mouse can not be used

        - If your keyboard does not havefunction keys, or they do not

          respond, press ESC; the legend at thebottom of the screen

          will change to show the ESC keys touse for navigation.

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

F2_Continue F6_Help # some information prompted, select F2

-Identify This System ---------------------------------------------- -----------

On thenext screens, you must identify this system as networked or

non-networked, and set the default time zone and date / time.

 If this system is networked, the software willtry to find the information

  it needs to identify yoursystem; you will be prompted to supply any

  information you can not find.

  > To begin identifyingthis system, press F2.

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help # Start system configuration information, select F2

- Configure Multiple Network Interfaces ------------ # choose to configure the network interface

  Multiple network interfaceshave been detected on this system. Specify all

  of the network interfacesyou want to configure.

  Note: You must choose atleast one interface to configure.

      Network interfaces

      ------------------

      [] E1000g0

      [] E1000g1

      [] Bge0

      [] Bge1

      [X] ixgbe0 # select Enable two network cards

      [X] ixgbe1

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Primary Network Interface ---------------------- # setting primary network interface

  On this screen you mustspecify which of the following network adapters is

  the system's primary networkinterface. Usually the correct choice isthe

  . Lowest number However, do not guess; ask your systemadministrator if

  you're not sure.

  > To make a selection, use the arrow keys to highlight the option and

    press Return to mark it [X].

      Primary networkinterface

    -------------------------

      [X] ixgbe0 # ixgbe0 select the primary network interface

      [] Ixgbe1

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- DHCP for ixgbe0 ---------- # dhcp is enabled to ixgbe0

  Specify whether or not thisnetwork interface should use DHCP to configure

  itself. Choose Yes if DHCP is to be used, or No ifthe network interface is

  to be configured manually.

  NOTE: DHCP support will notbe enabled, if selected, until after the system

  reboots.

      Use DHCP for ixgbe0

      -------------------

      [] Yes

      [X] No # under the present environment choose not to enable DHCP

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Host Name for ixgbe0 ----------------- # hostname name set, a card a name

  Enter the host name whichidentifies this system on the network. The name

  must be unique within yourdomain; creating a duplicate host name will cause

  problems on the networkafter you install Solaris.

 

  A host name must have atleast one character; it can contain letters,

  digits, and minus signs (-).

                Host name forixgbe0 clinet-ixgbe0

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

 

- IP Address for ixgbe0 # Set the IP address for the network card ixgbe0

  Enter the Internet Protocol (IP) address for this network interface. It

  must be unique and followyour site's address conventions, or a

  system / network failure couldresult.

  IP addresses contain foursets of numbers separated by periods (for example

  129.200.9.1).

              IP address for ixgbe0 192.168.0.100

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Subnet for ixgbe0 ---------------------------- # select sub-network system

  On this screen you mustspecify whether this system is part of a subnet. If

  you specify incorrectly, thesystem will have problems communicating on the

  network after you reboot.

  > To make a selection, use the arrow keys to highlight the option and

    press Return to mark it [X].

      System part of a subnet

      -----------------------

      [X] Yes

      [] No

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Netmask for ixgbe0 ------------------------- # Set the subnet mask for the ixgbe0

  On this screen you mustspecify the netmask of your subnet. Adefault

  netmask is shown; do notaccept the default unless you are sure it is

  correct for yoursubnet. A netmask must contain four setsof numbers

  separated by periods (forexample 255.255.255.0).

                  Netmask for ixgbe0 255.255.255.0

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

 

- IPv6 for ixgbe0 --------------------------- # set IPV6

  Specify whether or not youwant to enable IPv6, the next generation Internet

  Protocol, on this networkinterface. Enabling IPv6 will have noeffect if

  this machine is not on anetwork that provides IPv6 service. IPv4service

  will not be affected if IPv6is enabled.

  > To make a selection, use the arrow keys to highlight the option and

    press Return to mark it [X].

      Enable IPv6 for ixgbe0

      ----------------------

      [] Yes

      [X] No

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Set the Default Route for ixgbe0 ---------------------- # routing information

  To specify the defaultroute, you can let the software try to detect one

  upon reboot, you can specifythe IP address of the router, or you can choose

  None. Choose None if you do not have a router onyour subnet.

  > To make a selection, use the arrow keys to select your choice and press

  Return to mark it [X].

      Default Route for ixgbe0

    --------------------------

      [] Detect one uponreboot

      [X] Specify one # of the specified test environment to choose their own route

      [] None

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Default Route IP Address for ixgbe0 -------------------- # set the routing address

  Enter the IP address of thedefault route. This entry will be placed in the

  / Etc / defaultrouter file andwill be the default route after you reboot

  (Example 129.146.89.225).

        Router IP Address for ixgbe0 192.168.0.1 # card address

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Confirm Information for ixgbe0 ---------- # select the primary network card configuration information

  .> Confirm the followinginformation If it is correct, press F2;

    to change any information, press F4.

          Primary networkinterface: ixgbe0

      Secondary networkinterfaces: ixgbe1

                          UseDHCP: No

                          Hostname: rdmsdb02a-ixgbe0

                        IPaddress: 10.78.56.24

            System part of asubnet: Yes

                          Netmask: 255.255.255.128

                        EnableIPv6: No

                      DefaultRoute: Specify one

                  Router IPAddress: 10.78.56.1

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F4_Change F6_Help # choose F4 to change, otherwise continue F2

(If there is a second network card, to be followed by a second network card configuration process is the same as the first one)

- Configure Security Policy: ------------------------- # select security mechanisms

  Specify Yes if the systemwill use the Kerberos security mechanism.

  Specify No if this system willuse standard UNIX security.

      Configure KerberosSecurity

    ---------------------------

      [] Yes

      [X] No

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Confirm information Confirm Information ---------------------------------------- #

  .> Confirm the followinginformation If it is correct, press F2;

    to change any information, press F4.

        Configure KerberosSecurity: No

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F4_Change F6_Help

Starting remote procedure call (RPC) services:

- Installation Name Service ---------------------------- # Name Services

  On this screen you mustprovide name service information. Selectthe name

  service that will be used bythis system, or None if your system will either

  not use a name service atall, or if it will use a name service not listed

  here.

  > To make a selection, use the arrow keys to highlight the option

    and press Return to markit [X].

      Name service

      ------------

      [] NIS +

      [] NIS

      [] DNS

      [] LDAP

      [X] None # choose not to install

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Confirm Information ------------------------------- # confirmation message

  .> Confirm the followinginformation If it is correct, press F2;

    to change any information, press F4.

                      Name service: None

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F4_Change F6_Help

- NFSv4 Domain Name ----------------------------- # NFSv4 names (using the system's domain name server)

  NFS version 4 uses a domainname that is automatically derived from the

  system's naming services.The derived domain name is sufficient for most

  configurations. In a fewcases, mounts that cross domain boundaries might

  cause files to appear to beowned by "nobody" due to the lack of a common

  domain name.

  The current NFSv4 defaultdomain is: ""

      NFSv4 DomainConfiguration

    ----------------------------------------------

      [X] Use the NFSv4 domain derived by the system # default choice

      [] Specify a differentNFSv4 domain

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Confirm Information for NFSv4 Domain --------------------- # confirmation of NFSv4 domain information

  .> Confirm the followinginformation If it is correct, press F2;

    to change any information, press F4.

                NFSv4 DomainName: < < Value to be deriveddynamically >>

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F4_Change F6_Help

- Time Zone ------------------------------------- # select the time zone

  On this screen you mustspecify your default time zone. You canspecify a

  time zone in threeways: select one of the continents oroceans from the

  list, select other - offsetfrom GMT, or other - specify time zone file.

  > To make a selection, use the arrow keys to highlight the option and

    press Return to mark it [X].

      Continents and Oceans

    ----------------------------------

  - [] Africa

  | [] Americas

  | [] Antarctica

  | [] Arctic Ocean

  | [X] Asia

  | [] Atlantic Ocean

  | [] Australia

  | [] Europe

  v [] Indian Ocean

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Country or Region ---------------------------------------------- --------------

  > To make a selection, use the arrow keys to highlight the option and

    press Return to mark it [X].

      Countries and Regions

      ------------------------

  - [] Afghanistan

  | [] Armenia

  | [] Azerbaijan

  | [] Bahrain

  | [] Bangladesh

  | [] Bhutan

  | [] Brunei

  | [] Cambodia

  | [X] China

  | [] Cyprus

  | [] East Timor

  | [] Georgia

  v [] Hong Kong

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Date and Time ----------------------------- # current date and time

  > Accept the default dateand time or enter

    new values.

  Date and time: 2014-12-1815: 34

 

                Year (4 digits): 2014

                Month (1-12): 12

                Day (1-31): 18

                Hour (0-23): 15

                Minute (0-59): 34

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Confirm Information -------------------------- # confirmation message

  .> Confirm the followinginformation If it is correct, press F2;

    to change any information, press F4.

                          Timezone: PRC

                      Date andtime: 2014-12-18 15:34:00

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F4_Change F6_Help

- Root Password -------------------------------------- # Set Password

  Please enter the rootpassword for this system.

  The root password maycontain alphanumeric and special characters. For

  security, the password willnot be displayed on the screen as you type it.

  > If you do not want aroot password, leave both entries blank.

                    Rootpassword:

                    Rootpassword:

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Enabling remote services -------------------------- # set whether remote

  Would you like to enablenetwork services for use by remote clients?

  Selecting "No" provides a more secure configuration in

  which Secure Shell is theonly network service provided to

  remote clients. Selecting "Yes" enables a largerset of

  services as in previousSolaris releases. If in doubt, it is

  safe to select "No" as any services can be individually enabled

  after installation.

  Note:. This choice onlyaffects initial installs It does not affect upgrades.

      Remote services enabled

      -----------------------

      [X] Yes

      [] No

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Provide Oracle Configuration Manager Registration Information -------- # register some information, the Department did not choose

  To improve products andservices, Oracle Solaris communicates configuration

  data to Oracle afterrebooting.

  You can register yourversion of Oracle Solaris to capture this data for

  your use, or the data issent anonymously.

  For information about whatconfiguration data is communicated and how to

  control this facility, seethe Release Notes or

  www.oracle.com/goto/solarisautoreg

  > Use the arrow keys toselect the option and press Return to

    mark it [X].

    -------------------------------------------------- ---------------

      [] I would like toregister using My Oracle Support information.

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Provide Oracle Configuration Manager Registration Information --------- # set the proxy infos

  To send the configurationdata anonymously, complete the following fields.

  If using a proxy server, provide the proxy settings.

  For information about whatconfiguration data is communicated and how to

  control this facility, seethe Release Notes or

  www.oracle.com/goto/solarisautoreg

            Proxy Server HostName:

          Proxy Server PortNumber:

              HTTP Proxy UserName:

                HTTP Proxy Password:

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Continue F6_Help

- Solaris Interactive Installation ------------------------ # to select the mode of installation

  On the following screens, you can accept the defaults or you can customize

  how Solaris software will beinstalled by:

 
        - Selecting the typeof Solaris software to install

        - Selecting disks tohold software you've selected

        - Selecting unbundledproducts to be installed with Solaris

        - Specifying how filesystems are laid out on the disks

  After completing thesetasks, a summary of your selections (called a

  profile) will be displayed.

  There are two ways toinstall your Solaris software:

  - "Standard" installs your system from a standard Solaris Distribution.

      Selecting "Standard" allows you to choose between initial install

      and upgrade, if yoursystem is upgradable.

  - "Flash" installs your system from one or more Flash Archives.

-------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------

    F2_Standard F4_Flash F5_Exit F6_Help

- ISCSI Installation ---------------------------- # iSCSI installation options

  Do you want to installOracle Solaris 10 on an iSCSI target?

  NOTE: You must have createdthe iSCSI target before beginning the OS

  installation and the targetsystem should be running Oracle Solaris 11 or

  Solaris 10 U5 or greater.

  If you choose to install theOS on a non-iSCSI target, you will be taken

  directly to the Oracle Solaris10 installation screens.

            [X] Install on non-iSCSI target

            [] Install on iSCSI target

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    F2_Continue F3_Go Back F5_Exit

 
-? Eject a CD / DVD Automatically --------------- # whether to automatically eject the CD / DVD

  During the installation ofSolaris software, you may be using one or more

  CDs / DVDs. You can choose tohave the system eject each CD / DVD automatically

  after it is installed or youcan choose to manually eject each CD / DVD.

            [X] Automatically eject CD / DVD

            [] Manually ejectCD / DVD

 
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    F2_Continue F3_GoBack F5_Exit

 
-? Reboot After Installation ------------------------- automatically reboot after the installation is complete #

  After Solaris software isinstalled, the system must be rebooted. You can

  choose to have the systemautomatically reboot, or you can choose to

  manually reboot the systemif you want to run scripts or do other

  customizations before thereboot. You can manually reboot a systemby using

  the reboot (1M) command.

 
            [X] Auto Reboot

            [] Manual Reboot

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    F2_Continue F3_Go Back F5_Exit

- Choose Media --------------- # select the installation media

  Please specify the mediafrom which you will install the Solaris Operating

  System.

  Media:

      [] CD / DVD # via CD / DVD installation

      [X] NetworkFile System # installation through the network

 
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    F2_Continue F3_Go Back F5_Exit

- Specify Network File System Path ----------------------- # choose the path of the network installation

  Please specify the path tothe network file system from which you will

  install the SolarisOperating System Example.:

    NFS Location: server: / path_to_Solaris_image

================================================== =======================

            NFS Location: 192.168.0.101:/export/home/dvd

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    F2_Continue F3_Go Back

- Solaris Interactive Installation ---------------- # choose to install the way

  This system is upgradable, so there are two ways to install the Solaris

  software.

  The Upgrade option updatesthe Solaris software to the new release, saving

  as many modifications to theprevious version of Solaris software as

  possible. Back up the system before using the Upgradeoption.

  The Initial optionoverwrites the system disks with the new version of

  Solaris software. This option allows you to preserve anyexisting file

  systems. Back up any modifications made to theprevious version of Solaris

  software before starting theInitial option.

  After you select an optionand complete the tasks that follow, a summary of

  your actions will bedisplayed.

                                    # F2 F4 System Upgrade System Installation

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    F2_Upgrade F3_Go Back F4_Initial F5_Exit F6_Help

 
- Initializing ------------------------------------------------ ---

  The system is beinginitialized.

  Loading install media, please wait ...

- License ------------------------------------------------ -

        You acknowledge thatyour use of this Oracle Solaris software product

        is subject to (i) thelicense terms that you accepted when you obtained

        the right to use Oracle Solaris software; or (ii) the license terms

        that you agreed towhen you placed your Oracle Solaris software order

        with Oracle; or (iii) the Oracle Solaris software license terms

        included with thehardware that you acquired from Oracle; or, if (i),

        (Ii) or (iii) are notapplicable, then, (iv) the OTN License Agreement

        for Oracle Solaris (which you acknowledge you have read and agree to)

        available at

              http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/licenses/

                    solaris-cluster-express-license-167852.html

        Note: Softwaredownloaded for trial use or downloaded as replacement

        media may not be usedto update any unsupported software.

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    F2_Accept License F5_Exit

- Select Geographic Regions ----------------------- # select the character set, all the Chinese character sets have chosen

 

  Select the geographicregions for which support should be installed.

    [] Malay, Malaysia (UTF-8)

    [] Marathi, India (UTF-8)

    [X] Simplified Chinese EUC

    [X] Simplified Chinese GB18030

    [X] Simplified Chinese GBK

    [X] Simplified Chinese UTF-8

    [] Tamil, India (UTF-8)

    [] Telugu, India (UTF-8)

    [] Thai TIS620

    [] Thai UTF-8

    [X] Traditional Chinese (Hong Kong) BIG5 + HKSCS

    [X] Traditional Chinese (Hong Kong) UTF-8

    [X] Traditional Chinese BIG5

    [X] Traditional Chinese EUC

    [X] Traditional Chinese UTF-8

  > [] Central Europe

  Locale is selected. Press Return to deselect

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    F2_Continue F3_Go Back F5_Exit F6_Help

- Select System Locale ----------------------------- # Select System Locale

  Select the initial locale tobe used after the system has been installed.

    [X] POSIX C (C)

        Asia

    [] Chinese, Singapore (UTF-8) (zh_SG.UTF-8)

    [] Simplified Chinese EUC (zh)

    [] Simplified Chinese GB18030 (zh_CN.GB18030)

    [] Simplified Chinese GBK (zh.GBK)

    [] Simplified Chinese UTF-8 (zh.UTF-8)

    [] Traditional Chinese (Hong Kong) BIG5 + HKSCS (zh_HK.BIG5HK)

    [] Traditional Chinese (Hong Kong) UTF-8 (zh_HK.UTF-8)

    [] Traditional Chinese BIG5 (zh_TW.BIG5)

    [] Traditional Chinese EUC (zh_TW)

    [] Traditional Chinese UTF-8 (zh_TW.UTF-8)

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    F2_Continue F3_Go Back F5_Exit F6_Help

- Additional Products -------------------------------- # Additional product selection

  To scan for additionalproducts, select the location you wish to scan.

  Products found at theselected location that are in a Web Start Ready

  install form will be addedto the Products list.

  Web Start Ready product scanlocation:

      [X] None

      [] CD / DVD

      [] Network File System

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    F2_Continue F3_Go Back F5_Exit

- Choose Filesystem Type ------------------------ # Select the file system

  Select the filesystem to usefor your Solaris installation

            [] UFS

            [X] ZFS # After solaris10 with partitions can use ZFS file system, so I chose to form ZFS root for easy expansion

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    F2_Continue F3_Go Back F5_Exit F6_Help

 
- Select Software -------------------------------------- # Select Packages

  Select the Solaris softwareto install on the system.


  NOTE: After selecting asoftware group, you can add or remove software by

  customizing it. However, this requires understanding of software

  dependencies and how Solarissoftware is packaged.


      [X] EntireDistribution plus OEM support ....... 11151.00 MB # select the maximum packet

      [] Entire Distribution ........................ 11105.00 MB

      [] Developer System Support ................... 10875.00 MB

      [] End User System Support .................... 9806.00 MB

      [] Core System Support ........................ 5300.00 MB

      [] Reduced Networking Core System Support ..... 5245.00 MB

 
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    F2_Continue F3_Go Back F4_Customize F5_Exit F6_Help

 
- Select Disks ------------------------------------------- # select the disk, Select the two disks mirror each other

  On this screen you mustselect the disks for installing Solaris software.

  Start by looking at theSuggested Minimum field; this value is the

  approximate space needed toinstall the software you've selected. For ZFS,

  multiple disks will beconfigured as mirrors, so the disk you choose, or the

  slice within the disk mustexceed the Suggested Minimum value.

  NOTE: ** denotes currentboot disk

  Disk Device Available Space

 ================================================== =======================

- [X] ** c0t0d0 286090 MB

| [X] c0t1d0 286090 MB (F4 to edit)

) | [-] C1t500507680B232B3Ed0 0 MB

 | [-] C1t500507680B232B3Ed1 0 MB

 | [-] C1t500507680B232B3Ed2 0 MB

 | [-] C1t500507680B232B3Ed3 0 MB

 | [-] C1t500507680B232B3Ed4 0 MB

 v [-] c1t500507680B232B3Fd0 0 MB

                                Maximum Root Size: 286090 MB

                                Suggested Minimum: 11151 MB

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    F2_Continue F3_Go Back F4_Edit F5_Exit F6_Help

 

-? Preserve Data -------- # If you do not keep the data disk, select F2, if you save the data on the disk, please choose F4

  Do you want to preserveexisting data? At least one of the disks you've

  selected for installingSolaris software has file systems or unnamed slices

  that you may want to save.


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    F2_Continue F3_Go Back F4_Preserve F5_Exit F6_Help

 

Configure ZFS Settings ---------------------------- # Set to ZFS disk

  Specify the name of the poolto be created from the disk (s) you have chosen.

  Also specify the name of thedataset to be created within the pool that is

  to be used as the rootdirectory for the filesystem.

              ZFS Pool Name: rpool

      ZFS Root Dataset Name: s10s_u11wos_24a

      ZFS Pool Size (in MB): 286091

  Size of Swap Area (in MB): 4096

  Size of Dump Area (in MB): 2560

        (Pool size must bebetween 7055 MB and 286091 MB)

                        [X] Keep / and / var combined

                        [] Put / var on a separate dataset

 

# Note that this setting is not the same, and UFS, UFS can be set for each disk slice (you can set all kinds of partition mounted as / home, / swap, / opt etc.) and ZFS no such option after the system is built to create and mount a ZFS pool

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    F2_Continue F3_Go Back F5_Exit F6_Help

-? Mount Remote File Systems -------------------------- # mount remote file systems

  Do you want to mountsoftware from a remote file server? This may be

  necessary if you had toremove software because of disk space problems.

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    F2_Continue F3_Go Back F4_Remote Mounts F5_Exit F6_Help

 

- Profile -------------------------- # Display installation configuration information, want to change press F4, otherwise F2 to begin the installation

  The information shown belowis your profile for installing Solaris software.

  It reflects the choicesyou've made on previous screens.

================================================== ==========================


 - Installation Option: Initial

 | Boot Device: c0t0d0

 | Root File System Type: ZFS

 | Client Services: None

 |

 | Locales: Chinese, Singapore (UTF-8)

 | SimplifiedChinese EUC

 | SimplifiedChinese GB18030

 | Simplified Chinese GBK

 | SimplifiedChinese UTF-8

 | TraditionalChinese (Hong Kong) BIG

 | TraditionalChinese (Hong Kong) UTF

 | Traditional ChineseBIG5

 v TraditionalChinese EUC

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    F2_Begin Installation F4_Change F5_Exit F6_Help

Preparing system for Solaris install # start installation

Configuring disk (c0t0d0)

        - Creating Solarisdisk label (VTOC)

Configuring disk (c0t1d0)

        - Creating Solarisdisk label (VTOC)

        - Creating pool rpool

        - Creating swap zvolfor pool rpool

        - Creating dump zvolfor pool rpool

. . . . . . . . .

  Pausing for 30 seconds at the "Summary" screen. The wizard will continue to

  the next step unless you select "Pause". Enter 'p' to pause. Enter 'c' to

  continue. [c] c Press C to continue

  Pausing for 90 seconds at the "Reboot" screen. The wizard will continue to

  the next step unless you select "Pause". Enter 'p' to pause. Enter 'c' to

  continue. [c] c Press C to continue

Creatingboot_archive for / a

updating / a / platform / sun4u / boot_archive

syncingfile systems ... done

rebooting ...

Resetting ... # reboot to complete installation
     
         
         
         
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