If the package is stored on an NFS server, use one of the following syntaxes for the package keyword.
package package_name add nfs server_name:/path [retry n] package package_name add nfs://server_name:/path [retry n]
Specifies the package name in the form SUNWname. To view detailed information about packages and their names, on an installed system, use the pkginfo -l command.
Specifies the name of the server where you stored the package.
Specifies the location of the package directory on the specified server. If the path contains $HOST, $HOST is replaced with the name of the host system that you are installing.
Is an optional keyword. n is the maximum number of times the installation process attempts to mount the directory.
In this example, the package profile keyword adds the SUNWnew package from the NFS location nfs://golden/packages/Solaris_11/. If a mount fails, the NFS mount is tried five times.
package SUNWnew add nfs golden:/packages/Solaris_11 retry 5