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Oracle Solaris 10 1/13 Installation Guide: Planning for Installation and Upgrade     Oracle Solaris 10 1/13 Information Library
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Part I Overall Planning of an Oracle Solaris Installation or Upgrade

1.  Where to Find Oracle Solaris Installation Planning Information

2.  Oracle Solaris Installation and Upgrade Roadmap

3.  System Requirements, Guidelines, and Upgrade Information

System Requirements and Recommendations

Allocating Disk and Swap Space

General Disk Space Planning and Recommendations

Disk Space Recommendations for Software Groups

Upgrade Planning

Upgrade Programs

Upgrading and Patching Limitations

Installing a Flash Archive Instead of Upgrading

Creating an Archive That Contains Large Files

Upgrading With Disk Space Reallocation

Using the Patch Analyzer When Upgrading

Backing Up And Restarting Systems For an Upgrade

Planning Network Security

Restricted Security Specifics

Revising Security Settings After Installation

Locale Values

Platform Names and Groups

x86: Partitioning Recommendations

Default Boot-Disk Partition Layout Preserves the Service Partition

How to Find the Version of the Oracle Solaris OS That Your System Is Running

4.  Gathering Information Before an Installation or Upgrade

Part II Understanding Installations Related to ZFS, Booting, Oracle Solaris Zones, and RAID-1 Volumes

5.  ZFS Root File System Installation Planning

6.  SPARC and x86 Based Booting (Overview and Planning)

7.  Upgrading When Oracle Solaris Zones Are Installed on a System

8.  Creating RAID-1 Volumes (Mirrors) During Installation (Overview)

9.  Creating RAID-1 Volumes (Mirrors) During Installation (Planning)



How to Find the Version of the Oracle Solaris OS That Your System Is Running

To see the version of Oracle Solaris software that is running on your system, type either of the following commands.

$ uname -a

The cat command provides more detailed information.

$ cat /etc/release