If the SPARCstorage Array is connected to the system through an onboard FC port, it is not necessary to check the FCode revision level; these systems come configured from the factory with the minimum FCode revision level to allow booting.
Install the Solaris software environment with the no reboot option.
Refer to Chapter 1, Installing Software From the Solaris CD" and the SPARC: Installing Solaris Software manual for more information.
Keep track of which disk you select as your boot device as you will need this information to set your boot path.
Do not select the system to reboot at the end of the Solaris installation setup.
# ssaadm display controller
Firmware Rev: 3.12
# ssaadm download -f /usr/lib/firmware/ssa/ssafirmware controller
# ssaadm set_boot_dev <boot device pathname>
Where <boot device pathname> is the path to the device you selected as your boot device in Step 1. This command is interactive and requires user confirmation before setting the boot path. This command sets the OBP environmental variable boot device to the path of the device you selected as the boot device. You should create an OBP devalias to keep track of the boot path in case of accidental loss.
# ssaadm fc_download
# /usr/sbin/init 0
If you downloaded new firmware, press the SYS OK button on the back of the SPARCstorage Array(s) to reset.
Before booting your system, wait for the SPARCstorage Array to complete POST.
ok reset ok boot
You have completed the new installation of Solaris 7. If you would like to install disk management software, refer to your disk management software documentation.