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Before you can use a profile, rules, and custom_probes file, you must run the check script to validate that the files are set up correctly. If all profiles, rules, and probe and comparison functions are correctly set up, the rules.ok and custom_probes.ok files are created. Table 5-1 describes what the check script does.
Table 5-1 What Happens When You Use the check Script
$ ./check -p path -r file_name
Validates the custom_probes file by using the check script from the Solaris software image for your platform instead of the check script from the system you are using. path is the image on a local disk or a mounted Solaris Operating System DVD or Solaris Software - 1 CD.
Specifies a file name other than the one that is named custom_probes. By using the -r option, you can test the validity of a set of functions before integrating the functions into the custom_probes file.
As the check script runs, the script reports the validity of the rules and custom_probes files and each profile. If no errors are encountered, the script reports: “The custom JumpStart configuration is ok” and creates the rules.ok and custom_probes.ok files in the JumpStart directory.
If yes, go to Step 5.
If no, type the following command.
# chmod +x custom_probes