Slice 0 (s0) contains the Solaris 9 miniroot.
Slice 2 (s2) contains the Copyright and Solaris_9 directories. The Solaris_9 directory contains all the tools, software, and configuration necessary to install, at a minimum, the Solaris 9 software product, including the Core System Support and End User System Support software groups. The Solaris_9 directory contains the following directories:
Docs – Empty directory.
Misc – The jumpstart_sample directory, which includes a rules file, a check script, profiles, begin scripts, finish scripts, and other JumpStart software and files.
Patches – All the Solaris 9 patches available at the time the Solaris 9 Software 1 of 2 x86 Platform Edition CD was created.
Product – The Solaris 9 packages and control files.
Tools – The Solaris 9 installation tools, which include boot miniroot, add_install_client, dial, rm_install_client, and setup_install_server.
The following figure shows the directories on the Solaris 9 Software 2 of 2 x86 Platform Edition CD.
The sol_9_x86_2 directory contains Copyright, Solaris Web Start installer, and Solaris_9 directories. The Solaris_9 directory contains the following:
ExtraValue – Two subdirectories:
CoBundled – Fully supported Solaris products not directly part of the Solaris operating environment
EarlyAccess – Preliminary evaluation software
Product – A limited number of packages, Developer System Support, Entire Distribution, and Entire Distribution Plus OEM Support software groups.
Tools – This directory includes the following:
The add_to_install_server script.
An Installer subdirectory that contains an installer and supporting Java class files to install Solaris Live Upgrade and the Solaris 9 Software 2 of 2 x86 Platform Edition CD. Solaris Live Upgrade is automatically installed when you install the Solaris software. However, in order to use Live Upgrade to upgrade from a previous Solaris release, you need to install these packages first on your current release. For instructions on installing Solaris Live Upgrade, see To Install Solaris Live Upgrade.
A d1_image subdirectory that contains the Solaris 9 Device Configuration Assistant software that can be copied to a diskette.