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Table of Contents

  1. Document Information

  2. Preface

  3. Who Should Use This Book

  4. Related Books

  5. Documentation, Support, and Training

  6. Typographic Conventions

  7. Shell Prompts in Command Examples

  8. Planning to Install Over the Network

  9. Where to Find Solaris Installation Planning Information

  10. Where to Find Planning and System Requirement Information

  11. Preconfiguring System Configuration Information (Tasks)

  12. Advantages of Preconfiguring System Configuration Information

  13. Preconfiguring With the sysidcfg File

  14. SPARC: Preconfiguring Power Management Information

  15. Preconfiguring With a Naming Service or DHCP

  16. Choosing a Naming Service

  17. Preconfiguring With the Naming Service

  18. Preconfiguring System Configuration Information With the DHCP Service (Tasks)

  19. Installing Over a Local Area Network

  20. Installing From the Network (Overview)

  21. Network Installation Introduction

  22. x86: Overview of Booting and Installing Over the Network With PXE

  23. Installing From the Network With DVD Media (Tasks)

  24. Task Map: Installing From the Network With DVD Media

  25. Creating an Install Server With DVD Media

  26. Creating a Boot Server on a Subnet With a DVD Image

  27. Adding Systems to Be Installed From the Network With a DVD Image

  28. Installing the System From the Network With a DVD Image

  29. Installing From the Network With CD Media (Tasks)

  30. Task Map: Installing From the Network With CD Media

  31. SPARC: Creating a SPARC Install Server With CD Media

  32. x86: Creating an x86 Install Server With CD Media

  33. Creating a Cross-Platform Install Server for CD Media

  34. Creating a Boot Server on a Subnet With a CD Image

  35. Adding Systems to Be Installed From the Network With a CD Image

  36. Installing the System From the Network With a CD Image

  37. Installing Over the Network (Examples)

  38. Network Installation Over the Same Subnet (Examples)

  39. Installing From the Network (Command Reference)

  40. Network Installation Commands

  41. x86: GRUB Menu Commands for Installation

  42. Installing Over a Wide Area Network

  43. WAN Boot (Overview)

  44. What Is WAN Boot?

  45. When to Use WAN Boot

  46. How WAN Boot Works (Overview)

  47. Security Configurations Supported by WAN Boot (Overview)

  48. Preparing to Install With WAN Boot (Planning)

  49. WAN Boot Requirements and Guidelines

  50. WAN Boot Security Limitations

  51. Gathering Information for WAN Boot Installations

  52. Installing With WAN Boot (Tasks)

  53. Installing Over a Wide Area Network (Task Maps)

  54. Configuring the WAN Boot Server

  55. (Optional) Protecting Data by Using HTTPS

  56. Creating the Custom JumpStart Installation Files

  57. Creating the Configuration Files

  58. (Optional) Providing Configuration Information With a DHCP Server

  59. SPARC: Installing With WAN Boot (Tasks)

  60. Task Map: Installing a Client With WAN Boot

  61. Preparing the Client for a WAN Boot Installation

  62. Installing the Client

  63. SPARC: Installing With WAN Boot (Examples)

  64. Sample Site Setup

  65. Create the Document Root Directory

  66. Create the WAN Boot Miniroot

  67. Install the wanboot Program on the WAN Boot Server

  68. Create the /etc/netboot Hierarchy

  69. Copy the wanboot-cgi Program to the WAN Boot Server

  70. (Optional) Configure the WAN Boot Server as a Logging Server

  71. Configure the WAN Boot Server to Use HTTPS

  72. Provide the Trusted Certificate to the Client

  73. (Optional) Use Private Key and Certificate for Client Authentication

  74. Create the Keys for the Server and the Client

  75. Create the Solaris Flash Archive

  76. Create the sysidcfg File

  77. Create the Client's Profile

  78. Create and Validate the rules File

  79. Create the System Configuration File

  80. Create the wanboot.conf File

  81. Check the net Device Alias in OBP

  82. Install Keys on the Client

  83. Install the Client

  84. WAN Boot (Reference)

  85. WAN Boot Installation Commands

  86. OBP Commands

  87. System Configuration File Settings and Syntax

  88. wanboot.conf File Parameters and Syntax

  89. Appendixes

  90. Troubleshooting (Tasks)

  91. Problems With Setting Up Network Installations

  92. Problems With Booting a System

  93. Initial Installation of the Solaris OS

  94. Upgrading the Solaris OS

  95. Installing or Upgrading Remotely (Tasks)

  96. SPARC: Using the Solaris Installation Program to Install or Upgrade From a Remote DVD-ROM or CD-ROM

  97. Glossary

  98. Index

  99. Index

  100. Index

  101. Index

  102. Index


 
 
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