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Next, you use the add_install_client command on the boot server (server-2). This command sets up the marketing systems to boot from the boot server and install the Oracle Solaris software from the install server (server-1):
server-2# cd /marketing/boot-dir/Solaris_10/Tools server-2# ./add_install_client -s server-1:/export/install/x86_10 \ -c server-1:/jumpstart host-mkt1 i86pc server-2# ./add_install_client -s server-1:/export/install/x86_10 \ -c server-1:/jumpstart host-mkt2 i86pc server-2# ./add_install_client -d -s server-1:/export/install/x86_10 \ -c server-1:/jumpstart SUNW.i86pc i86pc server-2# ./add_install_client -c server-1:/jumpstart host-mkt1 sun4u server-2# ./add_install_client -c server-1:/jumpstart host-mkt2 sun4u
In the add_install_client command, the options that are used have the following meanings:
Specifies that the client is to use DHCP to obtain the network install parameters. This option is required for clients to use PXE network boot to boot from the network. -d is optional for network boot clients that do not use PXE network boot.
Specifies the server (server-1) and path (/jumpstart) to the JumpStart directory. Use this option if you are using NFS.
Note - If you are not using NFS, you specify the path to the JumpStart directory by using the following commands:
For SPARC based systems, specify the path in the boot command
For x86 based systems, specify the path by editing the GRUB menu entry
The name of a system in the marketing group.
The name of another system in the marketing group.
Specifies the platform group of the systems that use server-1 as an install server. The platform group is for Ultra 5 systems.
The DHCP class name for all Oracle Solaris x86 clients. If you want to configure all Oracle Solaris x86 DHCP clients with a single command, use this class name.
Specifies the platform group of the systems that use this boot server. The platform name represents x86 based systems.