The ldmconfig utility, the Oracle VM Server for SPARC Configuration Assistant, is a terminal-based application that streamlines the setup of systems that can run Oracle VM Server for SPARC. Only chip multithreaded-based (CMT) systems can be used to run Oracle VM Server for SPARC software.
Note that the ldmconfig command is supported only on Oracle Solaris 10 systems.
ldmconfig inspects the system to provide the user with a default set of choices to generate a valid configuration. After gathering the setup property values, ldmconfig creates a configuration that is suitable for setting up a logical domain.
You can run the ldmconfig utility by means of a console connection, remote terminal emulator, or ssh session.
The Configuration Assistant uses the following options:
Checks Oracle Solaris OS media for valid packages
Specifies debug mode, which retains run and error logs after completion
Displays usage message
The following exit values are returned:
An error occurred.
See the attributes(5) man page for a description of the following attributes.