Specifies the location of the custom JumpStart files or prompts you
for the location.
url – Specifies the path
to the files. You can specify a URL for files that are located in an HTTP
or HTTPS server:
If you placed a sysidcfg file in the
compressed configuration file, you must specify the IP address of the server
that contains the file, as in the following example:
If you saved the compressed configuration file on an HTTP
server that is behind a firewall, you must use a proxy specifier during boot.
You do not need to specify an IP address for the server that contains the
file. You must specify an IP address for the proxy server, as in the following
ask – Specifies that the installation
program prompt you to type the location of the compressed configuration file.
The prompt happens after the system boots and connects to the network. If
you use this option, you are not able to do a completely hands off JumpStart
If you bypass the prompt by pressing Return, the
Solaris installation program interactively configures the network parameters.
The installation program then prompts you for the location of the compressed