When you unconfigure or reconfigure an Oracle Solaris instance, you can change the configuration data for the whole system or for specific subsystems. These subsystems are referred to as functional groupings. The system functional grouping to changes all of the functional groups on the system. Alternately you can specify one or more functional grouping to change only specific configuration components.
The following table lists the configurable functional groupings that exist in an Oracle Solaris instance.
The following example creates a profile for the network and naming_services functional groups. Then the profile is used to reconfigure the functional groupings.
# sysconfig create-profile -g network,naming_services -o /tmp/myprofile.xml # sysconfig configure -g network,naming_services -c /tmp/myprofile.xml