If you use the install-ldm installation script, you have several choices to specify how you want the script to run. Each choice is described in the procedures that follow.
Using the install-ldm script with no options does the following automatically:
Checks that the Solaris OS release is Solaris 10 10/09 OS at a minimum
Verifies that the package subdirectories SUNWldm/ and SUNWldmp2v/ are present
Verifies that the prerequisite Solaris Logical Domains driver packages, SUNWldomr and SUNWldomu, are present
Verifies that the SUNWldm and SUNWldmp2v packages have not been installed
Installs the Logical Domains Manager 1.3 software
Verifies that all packages are installed
If the Solaris Security Toolkit (SUNWjass) is already installed, you are prompted to harden the Solaris OS on the control domain.
Determine whether to use the Logical Domains Configuration Assistant (ldmconfig) to perform the installation.
Using the install-ldm script with the -c option automatically runs the Logical Domains Configuration Assistant after the software is installed.
Using the install-ldm script with the -s option skips the running of the Logical Domains Configuration Assistant.
Using the install-ldm script and the following options with the Solaris Security Toolkit software enables you to do the following:
install-ldm -d. Allows you to specify a Solaris Security Toolkit driver other than a driver ending with -secure.driver. This option automatically performs all the functions listed in the preceding choice and hardens the Solaris OS on the control domain with the Solaris Security Toolkit customized driver that you specify; for example, the server-secure-myname.driver.
install-ldm -d none. Specifies that you do not want to harden the Solaris OS running on your control domain by using the Solaris Security Toolkit. This option automatically performs all the functions except hardening listed in the preceding choices. Bypassing the use of the Solaris Security Toolkit is not suggested and should only be done when you intend to harden your control domain using an alternate process.
install-ldm -p. Specifies that you only want to perform the post-installation actions of enabling the Logical Domains Manager daemon (ldmd) and running the Solaris Security Toolkit. For example, you would use this option if the SUNWldm and SUNWjass packages are preinstalled on your server.