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Booting and Shutting Down Oracle® Solaris 11.4 Systems

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Updated: August 2018
 
 

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A

adding
GRUB menu entriesindex iconHow to Add a Boot Entry to the GRUB Menu
administering GRUB
bootadm commandindex iconAdministering the GRUB Menu
overviewindex iconAdministering the GRand Unified Bootloader
advanced GRUB administrationindex iconInstalling GRUB 2
alternate boot environment
initiating Fast Rebootindex iconSpecifying Command Arguments
auto_boot EEPROM parameter
settingindex iconSetting EEPROM Parameters

B

boot attributes (x86 platforms)
changing at boot timeindex iconAdding Kernel Arguments at Boot Time
boot behavior
how to modify in GRUB menuindex iconHow to Boot From an Alternate Boot Environment
boot device order
settingindex iconSetting EEPROM Parameters
boot environment
initiating Fast Rebootindex iconMethods to Reboot a System
initiating Fast Reboot of alternateindex iconSpecifying Command Arguments
boot-args EEPROM parameter
settingindex iconSetting EEPROM Parameters
bootadm generate-menu
grub.cfg file regenerationindex iconGenerating the GRUB Menu
bootadm set-menu
exampleindex iconAdministering Contents of the GRUB Menu
bootadm command
adding GRUB menu entriesindex iconHow to Add a Boot Entry to the GRUB Menu
administering GRUBindex iconAdministering the GRUB Menu
removing GRUB menu entriesindex iconHow to Remove a Boot Entry From the GRUB Menu
setting GRUB menu entriesindex iconUsing the change-entry Command
subcommandsindex iconAdministering the GRUB Menu
booting
to run level 3 (multiuser)index iconBooting Systems to Specific Run Levels
to run level Sindex iconBooting Systems to Specific Run Levels
x86 system from the networkindex iconx86: Booting a System From the Network
BootOrder EEPROM parameter
settingindex iconSetting EEPROM Parameters

C

changing
UEFI parametersindex iconEEPROM Parameters on UEFI Systems
clean shutdownindex iconAbout the System Shutdown Processes
command for administering GRUB
bootadmindex iconAdministering the GRUB Menu
conditions that prevent Fast Reboot from working
troubleshootingindex iconConditions Under Which Fast Reboot Might Not Work
crash dump and reboot of a system
forcingindex iconForcing a Crash Dump and Reboot of the System
custom.cfg
GRUB configuration
customizingindex iconCustomizing the GRUB Configuration
customizing GRUB configuration
custom.cfgindex iconCustomizing the GRUB Configuration

D

debugging
early panics with Fast Rebootindex iconDebugging Early Panics That Might Occur
issues with Fast Rebootindex iconTroubleshooting Issues With Fast Reboot
default run levelindex iconHow Run Levels Work
deleting
UEFI parametersindex iconSetting EEPROM Parameters
determining
run level (how to)index iconDetermining a System's Current Run Level
device drivers
quiesce functionindex iconAbout the quiesce Function

E

early panics
debugging
Fast Rebootindex iconDebugging Early Panics That Might Occur
editing
GRUB menu at boot timeindex iconAdding Kernel Arguments at Boot Time
EEPROM parameters
setting kernel boot argumentsindex iconSetting EEPROM Parameters
setting oneindex iconSetting EEPROM Parameters
viewing allindex iconViewing EEPROM Parameters
viewing all UEFIindex iconViewing EEPROM Parameters
eeprom command
deleting UEFI parametersindex iconSetting EEPROM Parameters
overviewindex iconWorking With EEPROM Parameters
setting parametersindex iconSetting EEPROM Parameters
–u optionindex iconEEPROM Parameters on UEFI Systems
viewing parametersindex iconViewing EEPROM Parameters
enabling kmdb
troubleshootingindex iconHow to Boot a System With the Kernel Debugger (kmdb) Enabled

F

Fast Reboot
conditions that might prevent a fast rebootindex iconConditions Under Which Fast Reboot Might Not Work
describedindex iconAccelerating the Reboot Process
initiating to an activated boot environmentindex iconMethods to Reboot a System
quiesce functionindex iconAbout the quiesce Function
troubleshooting issues withindex iconTroubleshooting Issues With Fast Reboot
forcing a crash dump and reboot
halt –dindex iconForcing a Crash Dump and Reboot of the System by Using the halt d Command
troubleshootingindex iconForcing a Crash Dump and Reboot of the System

G

GRand Unified Bootloader  Seeindex iconGRUB
GRUB
administration overviewindex iconAdministering the GRand Unified Bootloader
advanced administrationindex iconInstalling GRUB 2
customizing configurationindex iconCustomizing the GRUB Configuration
GRUB menu
editing at boot timeindex iconAdding Kernel Arguments at Boot Time
maintainingindex iconAdministering Contents of the GRUB Menu
regenerating manuallyindex iconGenerating the GRUB Menu
GRUB menu entries
addingindex iconHow to Add a Boot Entry to the GRUB Menu
removingindex iconHow to Remove a Boot Entry From the GRUB Menu
setting attributesindex iconUsing the change-entry Command
GRUB-based booting
modifying the GRUB kernel usage at boot timeindex iconHow to Boot From an Alternate Boot Environment
grub.cfg file
regeneratingindex iconGenerating the GRUB Menu
GRUBClient
x86 based network bootindex iconx86: Booting a System From the Network

H

halt –d
forcing a crash dump and rebootindex iconForcing a Crash Dump and Reboot of the System by Using the halt d Command
halt commandindex iconAbout the System Shutdown Processes

I

init states  Seeindex iconrun levels
init command
descriptionindex iconAbout the System Shutdown Processes
installing GRUB
advanced GRUB administrationindex iconInstalling GRUB 2

K

kernel selection
initiating with fast bootindex iconRebooting to a New Kernel
kernel boot arguments
settingindex iconSetting EEPROM Parameters
kernel debugger (kmdb)
initiating with fast bootindex iconUsing Combined Options
kernel debugger (kmdb)
booting a systemindex iconHow to Boot a System With the Kernel Debugger (kmdb) Enabled
kmdb commandindex iconHow to Boot a System With the Kernel Debugger (kmdb) Enabled

M

maintaining
GRUB menuindex iconAdministering Contents of the GRUB Menu
manually regenerating GRUB menuindex iconGenerating the GRUB Menu
milestones
when to useindex iconWhen to Use Run Levels or Milestones
modifying kernel usage in the GRUB menuindex iconHow to Boot From an Alternate Boot Environment
multiuser bootindex iconBooting Systems to Specific Run Levels
multiuser level  Seeindex iconrun level 3

N

network booting on x86 platformsindex iconx86: Booting a System From the Network

P

panics
debugging Fast Rebootindex iconDebugging Early Panics That Might Occur
parameters
changing on UEFI enabled systemsindex iconEEPROM Parameters on UEFI Systems
poweroff commandindex iconAbout the System Shutdown Processes
PXEClient
x86 based network bootindex iconx86: Booting a System From the Network

Q

quiesce function
Fast Reboot implementationindex iconAbout the quiesce Function

R

reboot commandindex iconAbout the System Shutdown Processes
rebooting
Fast Reboot featureindex iconAccelerating the Reboot Process
rebooting a systemindex iconRebooting a System
forcing a crash dumpindex iconForcing a Crash Dump and Reboot of the System
removing
GRUB menu entriesindex iconHow to Remove a Boot Entry From the GRUB Menu
run level
0 (power-down level)index iconOracle Solaris Run Levels
1 (single-user level)index iconOracle Solaris Run Levels
2 (multiuser level)index iconOracle Solaris Run Levels
3 (multiuser with NFS)index iconOracle Solaris Run Levels
booting a system to a multiuser stateindex iconBooting Systems to Specific Run Levels
default run levelindex iconHow Run Levels Work
definitionindex iconHow Run Levels Work
determining (how to)index iconDetermining a System's Current Run Level
s or S (single-user level)index iconOracle Solaris Run Levels
when to useindex iconWhen to Use Run Levels or Milestones

S

set attributes of GRUB menu entries (how to)index iconUsing the change-entry Command
setting
a kernel boot argumentindex iconSetting EEPROM Parameters
an EEPROM parameterindex iconSetting EEPROM Parameters
boot attributes at boot timeindex iconAdding Kernel Arguments at Boot Time
boot device orderindex iconSetting EEPROM Parameters
shutdown command
descriptionindex iconAbout the System Shutdown Processes
shutting down a system (how to)index iconHow to Shut Down a System
shutting down a system
cleanly with the shutdown and init commandsindex iconAbout the System Shutdown Processes
single-user level  Seeindex iconrun level s or S
single-user state
booting a system
run level Sindex iconBooting Systems to Specific Run Levels
initiating with fast bootindex iconDebugging While Booting to a Run Level
sync commandindex iconHow to Force a Crash Dump and Reboot of the System
synchronizing file systems with sync commandindex iconHow to Force a Crash Dump and Reboot of the System
system shutdown commandsindex iconAbout the System Shutdown Processes

T

troubleshooting
Fast Rebootindex iconTroubleshooting Issues With Fast Reboot
forcing a crash dumpindex iconForcing a Crash Dump and Reboot of the System
kmdb command and bootingindex iconHow to Boot a System With the Kernel Debugger (kmdb) Enabled

U

UEFI EEPROM parameters
viewing allindex iconViewing EEPROM Parameters
UEFI enabled systems
changing parametersindex iconEEPROM Parameters on UEFI Systems

V

viewing
EEPROM parametersindex iconViewing EEPROM Parameters
UEFI EEPROM parametersindex iconViewing EEPROM Parameters

W

when to use run levels or milestonesindex iconWhen to Use Run Levels or Milestones
who commandindex iconDetermining a System's Current Run Level

X

x86 platforms
editing the GRUB menu at boot timeindex iconAdding Kernel Arguments at Boot Time