Starting with the Solaris 10 1/06 release the GRUB is displayed when the system is booted. For more information about GRUB based booting, see Booting an x86 Based System by Using GRUB (Task Map).
During this phase, you can determine the way in which the system is booted.
The following menus are displayed during the boot phase:
Boot Solaris menu
Current Boot Parameters menu
The Boot Solaris menu allows you to select the device from which to boot the Oracle Solaris release. You can also perform optional tasks, such as viewing and editing autoboot and property settings. Once you select a boot device and you choose Continue, the Solaris kernel begins to boot.
Boot Solaris Select one of the identified devices to boot the Solaris kernel and choose Continue. To perform optional features, such as modifying the autoboot and property settings, choose Boot Tasks. An asterisk (*) indicates the current default boot device. > To make a selection use the arrow keys, and press Enter to mark it [X]. [X] DISK: (*) Target 0:QUANTUM FIREBALL1280A on Bus Mastering IDE controller on Board PCI at Dev 7, Func 1 [ ] DISK: Target 1:ST5660A on Bus Mastering IDE controller on Board PCI at Dev 7, Func 1 [ ] DISK: Target 0:Maxtor 9 0680D4 on Bus Mastering IDE controller on Board PCI at Dev 7, Func 1 [ ] CD : Target 1:TOSHIBA CD-ROM XM-5602B 1546 on Bus Mastering IDE controller on Board PCI at Dev 7, Func 1 F2_Continue F3_Back F4_Boot Tasks F6_Help
This menu appears each time you boot the Oracle Solaris release from the local disk. Let the five-second timeout elapse if you want to boot the default kernel. If you want to boot with different options, select an appropriate option before the timeout period elapses.
<<< Current Boot Parameters >>> Boot path: /pci@0,0/pci-ide@7,1/ide@0/cmdk@0,0:a Boot args: Type b [file-name] [boot-flags] <ENTER> to boot with options or i <ENTER> to enter boot interpreter or <ENTER> to boot with defaults <<< timeout in 5 seconds >>> Select (b)oot or (i)nterpreter: