The following documentation has been reorganized in the Solaris 10 product.
The resource management chapters are in the new volume, System Administration Guide: Solaris Containers-Resource Management and Solaris Zones. The Solaris 9 book, System Administration Guide: Resource Management and Network Services, is now System Administration Guide: Network Services in the Solaris 10 OS.
The Solaris 10 system administration guides have been reorganized.
The content in the System Administration Guide: Basic Administration has been reduced to include only the following topics:
Using Solaris Management Console Tools
Managing Users Accounts and Groups
Managing Server and Client Support
Shutting Down and Booting a System
Managing Solaris Patches
Complex device and file system topics were moved to the System Administration Guide: Devices and File Systems. This new guide includes device and file system administration topics including the following:
Managing Removable Media
Managing File Systems
Backing Up and Restoring File Systems
The System Administration Guide: Advanced Administration contains the same topics from the previous Solaris releases.
The contents of the Solaris Installation Guide have been broken into five books that cover specific topics. For information about the content of each new book, see the following descriptions.
This book describes a basic OS installation with a graphical user interface (GUI).
This book describes how to perform a remote Solaris installation over a local area network or a wide area network.
This book provides planning information for using CD or DVD media to upgrade a system to the Solaris Operating System. This book also describes how to use Solaris Live Upgrade to create and upgrade new boot environments.
This book provides instructions for creating Solaris Flash archives and for using Solaris Flash archives to install the Solaris OS on multiple systems.
This book describes how to create the files and directories necessary to perform an unattended custom JumpStart installation. How to create RAID-1 volumes during a JumpStart installation is also described.