This command creates a new OS profile.
In addition to the create osprofile command, you must use the add osprofile command to add distribution groups, partition information, resources, and scripts to the OS profile to make it usable.
You can also use this command to clone (copy) an existing profile. This command must be used if you want to modify or copy a profile that has been used to install a provisionable server.
Create a new OS profile:
create osprofile osprofile os os rootpassword rootpassword [description description] [flar flar] [language language] [timezone timezone]
Copy an existing OS profile:
create osprofile osprofile clone oldprofile
os – The name of the OS distribution to install.
description – A description for the new OS profile.
flar – (Solaris only) The name of a Flash archive file. A fully qualified path must be specified.
language – The default language for the installation. Default value is en_US (English).
Valid values for a Linux profile are cs_CZ, da_DK, de_DE, en_US, es_ES, fr_FR, is_IS, it_IT, ja_JP.eucJP, ko_KR.eucKR, nl_NL, no_NO, pt_PT, ru_RU.k0I8r, sl_SI, sv_SE, uk_UA, zh_CN.GB2312, and zh_TW.Big5.
Valid values for a Solaris profile are C, en_US.ISO8859-15, en_US.ISO8859-1, and en_US.
rootpassword – The root password for the server after installation.
osprofile – A name for the new OS profile.
oldprofile – The name of the OS profile to be copied.
timezone – The time zone for the installation. Default value is gmt.
Valid values for a Linux profile are any of the time zones listed by the timeconfig command.
Valid values for a Solaris profile are provided by the directories and files in the /usr/share/lib/zoneinfo directory on a Solaris system. The timezone value is the name of the path relative to the /usr/share/lib/zoneinfo directory. For example, the timezone value for Mountain Standard Time in the United States is US/Mountain. The timezone value for Japan is Japan.