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Installing Oracle® Solaris 11.3 Systems

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Updated: April 2019
 
 

Testing the First-Boot Service

To test the service before you test an AI installation, you can simply install the package on a test system and reboot that test system.

# pkg install first-boot-script
           Packages to install:  1
       Create boot environment: No
Create backup boot environment: No

DOWNLOAD                                  PKGS       FILES    XFER (MB)   SPEED
Completed                                  1/1         2/2      0.0/0.0    0B/s

PHASE                                          ITEMS
Installing new actions                           7/7
Updating package state database                 Done
Updating image state                            Done
Creating fast lookup database                   Done
Reading search index                            Done
# pkg list first-boot-script
NAME (PUBLISHER)                                VERSION      IFO
first-boot-script (firstboot)                   1.0-0        i--
# pkg info first-boot-script
          Name: first-boot-script
       Summary: AI first-boot script
   Description: Script that runs at first boot after AI installation
      Category: System/Administration and Configuration
         State: Installed
     Publisher: firstboot
       Version: 1.0
 Build Release: 5.11
        Branch: 0
Packaging Date: Dec 23, 2013 02:50:31 PM
          Size: 3.89 kB
          FMRI: pkg://firstboot/first-boot-script@1.0,5.11-0:20131223T145031Z

Reboot the test system. If the script created a new boot environment as shown above, be sure to boot into that new boot environment.

Check that the script is in the /opt/site directory and the effects of the script are correct.

Check the state of the service. If the script finished and exited correctly, the service should be in the disabled state.

# svcs first-boot-script-svc
STATE          STIME    FMRI
disabled        8:24:16 svc:/site/first-boot-script-svc:default

Use one of the following commands to check the value of the completed property:

# svcprop first-boot-script-svc:default
config/completed boolean true
# svcprop -p config/completed first-boot-script-svc:default
true

If you want to review the service log file, use the following command to find the location of the log file:

# svcs -x first-boot-script-svc
svc:/site/first-boot-script-svc:default (?)
 State: disabled since Dec 23, 2013 08:24:16 AM PDT
Reason: Temporarily disabled by service method: "Configuration completed."
   See: http://support.oracle.com/msg/SMF-8000-1S
   See: /var/svc/log/site-first-boot-script-svc:default.log
Impact: This service is not running.

The log file contains the following information:

[ Jul 23 08:22:57 Enabled. ]
[ Jul 23 08:24:14 Executing start method ("/opt/site/first-boot-script.sh"). ]
[ Jul 23 08:24:16 Method "start" exited with status 101. ]
[ Jul 23 08:24:16 "start" method requested temporary disable: "Configuration completed"
 ]
[ Jul 23 08:24:16 Rereading configuration. ]

How to Update the Script or Service

If you change the script or the service manifest, use this procedure to install the update.

  1. Copy the updated files to your prototype directory.
    $ cp first-boot-script-svc-manifest.xml proto/lib/svc/manifest/site
    $ cp first-boot-script.sh proto/opt/site
  2. Increment the package version.

    In the package manifest, change the value of the pkg.fmri attribute to the following, for example:

    first-boot-script@1.0,5.11-0.1
  3. Publish the new version.

    Publish the new version of the package to the repository.

    $ pkgsend publish -d ./proto -s ./firstbootrepo first-boot-script.p5m
    pkg://firstboot/first-boot-script@1.0,5.11-0.1:2013123T231948Z 
    PUBLISHED
  4. Update the package.

    Use the pkg list -af command to make sure you can access the new version. You might need to use the pkg refresh firstboot command to update the package list. Use the pkg update command to update the package.

  5. Reboot the test system.