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Oracle® X5 Series Servers Administration Guide

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Updated: September 2017

Mount Oracle System Assistant Flash Drive on Oracle Solaris Host

If the server is running the Oracle Solaris operating system, you must mount the Oracle System Assistant USB flash drive before you use the file system to display or access its contents.

  1. In the Oracle Solaris command line, use the following command to turn off the volfs service:

    # svcadm disable volfs

  2. To identify the USB flash drive, use the following command:

    # rmformat -l

    The system displays a list of devices:

    Looking for devices...
    1. Logical Node: /dev/rdsk/c1t0d0p0
    Physical Node:
    Connected Device: ORACLE    SSM    PMAP
    Device Type: Removable
  3. To manually mount the USB flash drive in read-only mode, use the following command:

    # mount -F pcfs -o ro /dev/dsk/c1t0d0p1 /mnt

  4. To retrieve the Oracle Solaris content, use the following commands:

    # cd /mnt/Solaris

    # ls

    The system displays:

    10U10 11
  5. To unmount the Oracle System Assistant device, use the following commands:

    # cd /

    # umount /mnt

  6. To restart the volfs service, use the following command:

    # svcadm enable volfs

    The Oracle System Assistant USB flash drive is now mounted.