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If you want to unconfigure a previously configured Solaris instance and leave it in an unconfigured state, use the unconfigure command. All the functional groupings will be unconfigured.
Use the sysconfig unconfigure command as in the following example.
# sysconfig unconfigure -g system
This example unconfigures the instance.
Note - If the -g option is not specified, confirmation will be requested before the system is unconfigured.
Alternately, you can unconfigure the system and shutdown the system as follows.
# sysconfig unconfigure -s
For further information, see the sysconfig(1M) man page.