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A clone of oi_151a6x exists and has been updated and activated.On the next boot the Boot Environment oi_151a7 will be mounted on '/'. # beadm list BE Active Mountpoint Space Policy Created oi_151a6 R - 6.01G static 2012-09-13 oi_151a6x N / 101K static 2013-06-06 oi_151a7 R - 5.31G static 2013-06-06 openindiana - - 13.5M static 2012-09-13 $ beadm list BE Active Mountpoint Space Policy Created oi_151a6 R - 6.01G static 2012-09-13 oi_151a6x - - 16.8M static 2013-06-06 oi_151a7 NR / 5.33G static 2013-06-06 openindiana - - 13.5M static 2012-09-13 $ zfs get all rpool/dump | egrep 'SOURCE|local' NAME PROPERTY VALUE SOURCE rpool/dump volsize 895M local rpool/dump checksum off local rpool/dump compression off local rpool/dump refreservation none local rpool/dump dedup off local # dumpadm -d /dev/zvol/dsk/rpool1/dump dumpadm: dump device /dev/zvol/dsk/rpool1/dump is too small to hold a system dump dump size 1812297728 bytes, device size 938475520 bytes # dumpadm Dump content: kernel pages Dump device: /dev/zvol/dsk/rpool/dump (dedicated) Savecore directory: /var/crash/ati Savecore enabled: no Save compressed: on # dumpadm Dump content: kernel pages Dump device: /dev/zvol/dsk/rpool1/dump (dedicated) Savecore directory: /var/crash/ati Savecore enabled: no Save compressed: on # swap -l swapfile dev swaplo blocks free /dev/zvol/dsk/rpool1/swap 96,2 8 1832952 1832952 # beadm list BE Active Mountpoint Space Policy Created oi_151a6 R - 6.01G static 2012-09-13 oi_151a6x - - 16.8M static 2013-06-06 oi_151a7 NR / 5.34G static 2013-06-06 openindiana - - 13.5M static 2012-09-13 # zpool list NAME SIZE ALLOC FREE EXPANDSZ CAP DEDUP HEALTH ALTROOT dpool 928G 85.6G 842G 2.50M 9% 1.00x ONLINE - rpool 74G 6.19G 67.8G - 8% 1.00x ONLINE - rpool1 59.5G 7.17G 52.3G - 12% 1.00x ONLINE - # zpool export rpool # zpool list NAME SIZE ALLOC FREE EXPANDSZ CAP DEDUP HEALTH ALTROOT dpool 928G 85.6G 842G 2.50M 9% 1.00x ONLINE - rpool1 59.5G 7.18G 52.3G - 12% 1.00x ONLINE - # zfs list NAME USED AVAIL REFER MOUNTPOINT dpool 85.6G 828G 24K /dpool dpool/export 83.8G 828G 22K /dpool/export dpool/export/home 83.8G 828G 83.8G /dpool/export/home dpool/opt 1.82G 828G 1.82G /dpool/opt dpool/opt/local 21K 828G 21K /dpool/opt/local rpool1 8.10G 50.5G 36.5K /rpool1 rpool1/ROOT 5.17G 50.5G 31K legacy rpool1/ROOT/oi_151a6x 16.8M 50.5G 4.33G / rpool1/ROOT/oi_151a7 5.16G 50.5G 4.27G / rpool1/dump 2.00G 50.5G 2.00G - rpool1/swap 952M 51.4G 16K - # getent passwd mills mills:x:1: Gary Mills:/dpool/export/home/mills:/bin/ksh # beadm list BE Active Mountpoint Space Policy Created oi_151a6x - - 16.8M static 2013-06-06 oi_151a7 NR / 5.34G static 2013-06-06 # pkg image-update --be-name oi_151a8 Packages to remove: 16 Packages to install: 6 Packages to update: 879 Create boot environment: Yes Create backup boot environment: No DOWNLOAD PKGS FILES XFER (MB) Completed 901/901 22745/22745 566.2/566.2 PHASE ACTIONS Removal Phase 13844/13844 Install Phase 12382/12382 Update Phase 23637/23637 PHASE ITEMS Package State Update Phase 1780/1780 Package Cache Update Phase 895/895 Image State Update Phase 2/2 ...Before we get into the guts, lets just recap for those new to netbooting.When you boil it all down, remove bootp and all those other protocols you won't notice, at its core, when you boot your server and tell it to PXE/Network boot, it will send a DHCP request which the server will answer and it will include two special things a "next-server" and file name.If you already have a DHCP/TFTP environment in place for netbooting, you can simply download the latest platform release and unpack it into your TFTP directory.There are 2 files of importance, the kernel ("unix") and the boot archive ("boot_archive").

On a SPARC-based system, the diagnostic monitor for a machine is a good example of a standalone program other than the operating system that can be booted.

Once the kernel is loaded, it starts the UNIX system, mounts the necessary file systems (see vfstab(4)), and runs /sbin/init to bring the system to the "initdefault" state specified in /etc/inittab. On SPARC based systems, the bootstrap procedure on most machines consists of the following basic phases.

After the machine is turned on, the system firmware (in PROM) executes power-on self-test (POST).

The form and scope of these tests depends on the version of the firmware in your system.

After the tests have been completed successfully, the firmware attempts to autoboot if the appropriate flag has been set in the non-volatile storage area used by the firmware.The paths to these files are significant and should not be omitted.

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