Installing Oracle® Solaris 11.2 Systems

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Updated: July 2014

Reconfiguring a System

You can use the sysconfig configure command to configure or reconfigure an Oracle Solaris instance in a global or non-global zone. This configuration can occur either non-interactively or interactively. You can use the –c option with the sysconfig configure command to specify an existing system configuration profile. If the command is run with that option, then the utility reads the configuration specifications in the existing profile and uses those specifications to configure the system non-interactively. If you run the command without the –c, the SCI Tool is automatically activated.

Note -  The sysconfig reconfigure command is an alias for sysconfig configure.
Example 6-5  Reconfiguring a System Using a System Configuration Profile

The following command specifies that the system be configured using the existing system configuration profile named myprofile.xml.

# sysconfig configure -c myprofile.xml