You can create a JET image server from the N1 SPS browser interface or command-line interface. To create the server from the command line, type the following command:
# cr_cli -cmd pe.p.run -u admin -p admin -PID NM:/com/sun/n1osp/untyped/Jet-create \ -tar H:NM:biss1 -comp + -vs + -pto 30 -nto 10
To create the server from the browser interface, follow these steps.
Log into the system that is to be the Solaris boot and install server.
If you currently use the JumpStart enterprise toolkit, remove those files.
In the Common Tasks section of the N1 SPS browser interface, select OS Provisioning.
On the OS Provisioning Common Tasks page, click Create in the JET Solaris Image Servers section.
On the Plans Details page, click Run.
Choose variables to use for this plan.
To use an existing variables set, select a name from the drop-down menu in the JET component row of the Plan Parameters table.
To create a new variables set, click Select from List in the JET component row of the Plan Parameters table.
Click Create Set.
Type a name for the variables set.
Verify variables and change them, if needed.
The image server component has only a few variables, most of which you are unlikely to change. See Solaris Image Server Component Variables for a list of those variables and their default values.
Save the variables set.
Select the variables set that you just saved from the drop-down menu in the JET component row of the Plan Parameters table.
Select the host on which to create the JET image server.
Click Run Plan (includes preflight).
To verify that the JET image server is created successfully, click the Hosts link in the left side of the provisioning server window.
You should see the name of the virtual host appended with -jet. For example, if you installed on host masterserver, the virtual host is masterserver-jet.