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Contents

Preface  Contents Access to Oracle Support Provision an OS About OS Provisioning OS Images OS Profiles

Preface

Access to Oracle Support

Provision an OS  Contents Preface Access to Oracle Support About OS Provisioning OS Images OS Profiles Importing OS

About OS ProvisioningContents Preface Access to Oracle Support Provision an OS OS Images OS Profiles Importing OS Images

OS Images OS Profiles
OS Images OS Profiles

OS Images OS Profiles

Importing OS Images and FLARs Before You BeginProvision an OS About OS Provisioning OS Images OS Profiles To Import an OS Image or

Importing OS Images and FLARs Before You Begin
OS Profiles Importing OS Images and FLARs Before You Begin To Import an OS Image or
To Import an OS Image or a FLAR To Monitor an OS Image Job Loading

To Import an OS Image or a FLAR To Monitor an OS Image Job

Loading OS Images From CD or DVDTo Import an OS Image or a FLAR To Monitor an OS Image Job

Monitor an OS Image Job Loading OS Images From CD or DVD To Load an OS
Monitor an OS Image Job Loading OS Images From CD or DVD To Load an OS

To Load an OS Image From CD or DVD To Monitor an OS Image Job

Downloading OS Images To Download an OS Image To Monitor an OS Image JobTo Load an OS Image From CD or DVD To Monitor an OS Image Job

Image From CD or DVD To Monitor an OS Image Job Downloading OS Images To Download
Image From CD or DVD To Monitor an OS Image Job Downloading OS Images To Download

Viewing the Available OS Images To View the Available OS ImagesOS Images To Download an OS Image To Monitor an OS Image Job Editing OS Image

Viewing the Available OS Images To View the Available OS Images

Editing OS Image Information To Edit OS Image Informationthe Available OS Images To View the Available OS Images Deleting OS Images To Delete an

Editing OS Image Information To Edit OS Image Information

Deleting OS Images To Delete an OS ImageEditing OS Image Information To Edit OS Image Information Creating OS Profiles for Solaris Systems Before

Deleting OS Images To Delete an OS Image

Creating OS Profiles for Solaris SystemsImage Information Deleting OS Images To Delete an OS Image Before You Begin To Create an

Delete an OS Image Creating OS Profiles for Solaris Systems Before You Begin To Create an
Before You Begin To Create an OS Profile for Solaris Systems Creating OS Profiles for

Before You Begin To Create an OS Profile for Solaris Systems

Creating OS Profiles for Linux SystemsBefore You Begin To Create an OS Profile for Solaris Systems

Solaris Systems Creating OS Profiles for Linux Systems Before You Begin To Create an OS Profile
Solaris Systems Creating OS Profiles for Linux Systems Before You Begin To Create an OS Profile

Before You Begin To Create an OS Profile for Linux Target Systems

Importing JET Templates Before You Begin To Import a JET TemplateBefore You Begin To Create an OS Profile for Linux Target Systems To View the Available

To View the Available OS ProfilesBegin To Create an OS Profile for Linux Target Systems Importing JET Templates Before You Begin

Linux Target Systems Importing JET Templates Before You Begin To Import a JET Template To View
Linux Target Systems Importing JET Templates Before You Begin To Import a JET Template To View

Editing an OS Profile Before You Begin To Edit an OS ProfileImport a JET Template To View the Available OS Profiles To Clone an OS Profile Deleting

Editing an OS Profile Before You Begin To Edit an OS Profile
Editing an OS Profile Before You Begin To Edit an OS Profile

To Clone an OS ProfileEditing an OS Profile Before You Begin To Edit an OS Profile Deleting an OS Profile

Deleting an OS Profile To Delete an OS ProfileYou Begin To Edit an OS Profile To Clone an OS Profile Installing JET Modules JET

Deleting an OS Profile To Delete an OS Profile

Installing JET Modules JET Resources and Documentation To Check for Installed JET Modules To Install a JET Module JET Module Parameters JET base_config Module Parameters base_config Module Parameters

To Check for Installed JET Modules To Install a JET Module JET Module Parameters JET base_config
To Check for Installed JET Modules To Install a JET Module JET Module Parameters JET base_config
To Check for Installed JET Modules To Install a JET Module JET Module Parameters JET base_config
To Check for Installed JET Modules To Install a JET Module JET Module Parameters JET base_config
To Check for Installed JET Modules To Install a JET Module JET Module Parameters JET base_config

Preparing to Provision an OS Discovering Target Systems Disabling System Monitoring Configuring DHCP ServicesJET Module Parameters JET base_config Module Parameters Identifying Available Ethernet Interfaces To Configure DHCP

Preparing to Provision an OS Discovering Target Systems Disabling System Monitoring Configuring DHCP Services
Preparing to Provision an OS Discovering Target Systems Disabling System Monitoring Configuring DHCP Services
Preparing to Provision an OS Discovering Target Systems Disabling System Monitoring Configuring DHCP Services
Identifying Available Ethernet Interfaces To Configure DHCP Services by Using the BUI

Identifying Available Ethernet Interfaces To Configure DHCP Services by Using the BUI

Interfaces To Configure DHCP Services by Using the BUI To Configure DHCP Services by Using the
Interfaces To Configure DHCP Services by Using the BUI To Configure DHCP Services by Using the
Interfaces To Configure DHCP Services by Using the BUI To Configure DHCP Services by Using the

To Configure DHCP Services by Using the proxyadm Command Troubleshooting Known Solaris DHCP Issues

OS Provisioning for a Single System Before You Begin To Provision an OS on a Single SystemTo Configure DHCP Services by Using the proxyadm Command Troubleshooting Known Solaris DHCP Issues

Known Solaris DHCP Issues OS Provisioning for a Single System Before You Begin To Provision an
Known Solaris DHCP Issues OS Provisioning for a Single System Before You Begin To Provision an

Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center

OS Provisioning for Multiple Systems Before You Begin To Provision an OS on Multiple Systems
OS Provisioning for Multiple Systems
Before You Begin
To Provision an OS on Multiple Systems
OS Provisioning a SPARC Enterprise M-Series Server Domain
Before You Begin
To Provision an OS on a SPARC Enterprise M-Series Server Domain
Provision Firmware
About Firmware Provisioning
Firmware Images
Creating a Firmware Image
Before You Begin
To Create a Firmware Image
Displaying Firmware Images
To Display Firmware Images
Editing a Firmware Image
To Edit a Firmware Image
Determining Metadata for a Firmware Image
Changing the Default Location of Firmware Images
To Change the Default Location of Firmware Images
Deleting a Firmware Image
To Delete a Firmware Image
Firmware Profiles
Creating a Firmware Profile
To Create a Firmware Profile
Displaying a Firmware Profile
To Display a Firmware Profile
Editing a Firmware Profile
To Edit a Firmware Profile
Deleting a Firmware Profile
Deleting a Firmware Profile
Firmware Updates
Updating Firmware
To Update Firmware
Updating Firmware for a SPARC Enterprise M-Series Server
Before You Begin
To Create a Firmware Image
To Create a Firmware Profile
To Update Firmware
Firmware Compliance Report
To Run a Firmware Compliance Report
Example - Using a Firmware Compliance Report to Validate an Update
Viewing the Updated Firmware Version
Update an OS
About Updating an OS
Managing Systems
Obtaining Patches
Local Content (Solaris and Linux OS only)
Reports
System Catalogs (Solaris and Linux OS only)
Update Job
Solaris OS Patching
Linux OS Patching
Windows OS Patching
Using Profiles and Policies to define and control the job (Solaris and Linux only)
OS Update Capability
OS Update Reports
Update Roles and Authorizations
Admin Authorization
OS Update Profiles
Predefined Profiles
Creating an OS Update Profile
To Create a New Profile
Editing an OS Update Profile
To Edit a Profile
Exporting an OS Update Profile

Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center

To Export an OS Update Profile Importing an OS Update Profile To Import an OS

To Export an OS Update Profile

Importing an OS Update ProfileTo Export an OS Update Profile To Import an OS Update Profile Deleting an OS Update

To Import an OS Update ProfileTo Export an OS Update Profile Importing an OS Update Profile Deleting an OS Update Profile

Deleting an OS Update Profile To Delete an OS Profilean OS Update Profile To Import an OS Update Profile OS Update Policies Creating an OS

OS Update PoliciesDeleting an OS Update Profile To Delete an OS Profile Creating an OS Update Policy Policy

Creating an OS Update Policy Policy Component and Action Settings To Create an OS Update PolicyOS Update Profile To Delete an OS Profile OS Update Policies Editing an OS Update Policy

Editing an OS Update Policy To Edit an OS Update PolicyComponent and Action Settings To Create an OS Update Policy Exporting an OS Update Policy To

Exporting an OS Update Policy To Export an OS Update PolicyEditing an OS Update Policy To Edit an OS Update Policy Importing an OS Update Policy

Importing an OS Update Policy To Import an OS Update PolicyExporting an OS Update Policy To Export an OS Update Policy Deleting an OS Update Policy

Deleting an OS Update Policy To Delete an OS Update PolicyImporting an OS Update Policy To Import an OS Update Policy System Catalogs Comparing System Catalogs

System CatalogsDeleting an OS Update Policy To Delete an OS Update Policy Comparing System Catalogs To Compare

Comparing System Catalogs To Compare System Catalogs and Copy a CatalogUpdate Policy To Delete an OS Update Policy System Catalogs Creating a Historical Catalog To Create

Creating a Historical Catalog To Create a Historical CatalogCatalogs To Compare System Catalogs and Copy a Catalog Creating a Profile From a System Catalog

Creating a Profile From a System Catalog To Create a Profile From a System CatalogCreating a Historical Catalog To Create a Historical Catalog Viewing and Modifying a Catalog To View

Viewing and Modifying a Catalog To View a Catalog To Modify a Cataloga System Catalog To Create a Profile From a System Catalog Updating a Solaris OS Methods

Updating a Solaris OSModifying a Catalog To View a Catalog To Modify a Catalog Methods of Updating a Solaris

Methods of Updating a Solaris OSTo View a Catalog To Modify a Catalog Updating a Solaris OS Creating a Solaris OS

Creating a Solaris OS Update Job To Create a New Update JobUpdating a Solaris OS Methods of Updating a Solaris OS Updating From a Solaris OS Profile

Updating From a Solaris OS Profile To Create a Job From a ProfileCreating a Solaris OS Update Job To Create a New Update Job Updating a Solaris OS

Updating a Solaris OS With Other Report ResultsFrom a Solaris OS Profile To Create a Job From a Profile Updating an OS With

Updating an OS With BAR Output To Use BAR Output to Update a Solaris OSa Profile Updating a Solaris OS With Other Report Results Updating a Solaris OS by Modifying

Updating a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System CatalogOS With BAR Output To Use BAR Output to Update a Solaris OS Updating With Solaris

Updating With Solaris Live Upgradea Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a

About Solaris Live UpgradeOS by Modifying a System Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog

Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade
Catalog To Update a Solaris OS by Modifying a System Catalog Updating With Solaris Live Upgrade

Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center

Supported Operating SystemsBoot Environments Disk Requirements File Systems Critical File Systems Shareable File Systems   Guidelines

Boot Environments Disk RequirementsSupported Operating Systems File Systems Critical File Systems Shareable File Systems   Guidelines for

Operating Systems Boot Environments Disk Requirements File Systems Critical File Systems Shareable File
File Systems Critical File Systems

File Systems Critical File Systems

File Systems Critical File Systems
File Systems Critical File Systems

Shareable File Systems

Shareable File Systems
 

Guidelines for Selecting Slices for Shareable File Systems

Guidelines for Selecting Slices for Shareable File Systems
 
  Reconfiguring a Disk

Reconfiguring a Disk

Swap
Swap
Swap

Swap

Swap

Displaying Boot Environment Details

To Display Boot Environments

Synchronizing Boot Environments ABE Reports and System Catalogs

About File Systems Critical File Systems Shareable File Systems Guidelines for Selecting Slices for Shareable File SystemsBoot Environments ABE Reports and System Catalogs Reconfiguring a Disk Swap Configuring Swap for the New

Guidelines for Selecting Slices for Shareable File Systems Reconfiguring a Disk Swap Configuring Swap for the
Guidelines for Selecting Slices for Shareable File Systems Reconfiguring a Disk Swap Configuring Swap for the
Guidelines for Selecting Slices for Shareable File Systems Reconfiguring a Disk Swap Configuring Swap for the

Reconfiguring a DiskGuidelines for Selecting Slices for Shareable File Systems Swap Configuring Swap for the New Boot Environment

Slices for Shareable File Systems Reconfiguring a Disk Swap Configuring Swap for the New Boot Environment

Swap

Slices for Shareable File Systems Reconfiguring a Disk Swap Configuring Swap for the New Boot Environment

Configuring Swap for the New Boot Environment

Live Upgrade Requirements Required Patches Required Packages To Check for Solaris Live Upgrade Packages To Get the Required Packagesa Disk Swap Configuring Swap for the New Boot Environment Support and Limitations With Live Upgrade

Support and Limitations With Live UpgradeSolaris Live Upgrade Packages To Get the Required Packages Limitations With Live Upgrade Limitations With Live

Limitations With Live Upgrade Limitations With Live Upgrade and Solaris ZonesRequired Packages Support and Limitations With Live Upgrade BE Reports and System Catalogs Reports Catalogs Creating

BE Reports and System Catalogs Reports CatalogsLive Upgrade Limitations With Live Upgrade and Solaris Zones Creating an ABE Script To Create an

Zones BE Reports and System Catalogs Reports Catalogs Creating an ABE Script To Create an ABE
Zones BE Reports and System Catalogs Reports Catalogs Creating an ABE Script To Create an ABE
Zones BE Reports and System Catalogs Reports Catalogs Creating an ABE Script To Create an ABE
Zones BE Reports and System Catalogs Reports Catalogs Creating an ABE Script To Create an ABE
Zones BE Reports and System Catalogs Reports Catalogs Creating an ABE Script To Create an ABE
Zones BE Reports and System Catalogs Reports Catalogs Creating an ABE Script To Create an ABE
Zones BE Reports and System Catalogs Reports Catalogs Creating an ABE Script To Create an ABE

Creating an ABE ScriptZones BE Reports and System Catalogs Reports Catalogs To Create an ABE Script Solaris Live Upgrade

To Create an ABE Scriptand System Catalogs Reports Catalogs Creating an ABE Script Solaris Live Upgrade Swap Space Configuring Swap

Solaris Live Upgrade Swap Space Configuring Swap for the New Boot Environment Example - No Swap Slice is Specified Example - Swap Slice is Specified Example - Add a Swap Slice and Share a Swap Slice Failed Boot Environment Creation if Swap is in UseCatalogs Creating an ABE Script To Create an ABE Script Creating an ABE Before You Begin

Slice Failed Boot Environment Creation if Swap is in Use Creating an ABE Before You Begin
Slice Failed Boot Environment Creation if Swap is in Use Creating an ABE Before You Begin
Slice Failed Boot Environment Creation if Swap is in Use Creating an ABE Before You Begin
Slice Failed Boot Environment Creation if Swap is in Use Creating an ABE Before You Begin
Slice Failed Boot Environment Creation if Swap is in Use Creating an ABE Before You Begin

Creating an ABESlice Failed Boot Environment Creation if Swap is in Use Before You Begin To Create an

Before You BeginBoot Environment Creation if Swap is in Use Creating an ABE To Create an ABE Updating

To Create an ABECreation if Swap is in Use Creating an ABE Before You Begin Updating an ABE Before

Updating an ABEis in Use Creating an ABE Before You Begin To Create an ABE Before You Begin

Before You Beginan ABE Before You Begin To Create an ABE Updating an ABE To Update an ABE

To Update an ABEYou Begin To Create an ABE Updating an ABE Before You Begin Updating Zones Installing Packages

Updating Zonesan ABE Updating an ABE Before You Begin To Update an ABE Installing Packages and Patches

Installing Packages and Patches on Zonesan ABE Before You Begin To Update an ABE Updating Zones Configuring patchadd and pkgadd Commands

Configuring patchadd and pkgadd Commands patchadd and pkgadd Commands

To Edit the uce.rc File uce.rc File

Updating a Global Zonepatchadd and pkgadd Commands To Edit the uce.rc File Updating Non-Global Zones Solaris OS Update Reports

Updating Non-Global ZonesCommands To Edit the uce.rc File Updating a Global Zone Solaris OS Update Reports Baseline Analysis

Solaris OS Update ReportsFile Updating a Global Zone Updating Non-Global Zones Baseline Analysis Report Solaris Baselines White List Black

Baseline Analysis ReportZone Updating Non-Global Zones Solaris OS Update Reports Solaris Baselines White List Black List Running a

Solaris BaselinesZones Solaris OS Update Reports Baseline Analysis Report White List Black List Running a Baseline Analysis

White ListOS Update Reports Baseline Analysis Report Solaris Baselines Black List Running a Baseline Analysis Report To

Black ListBaseline Analysis Report Solaris Baselines White List Running a Baseline Analysis Report To Run a Baseline

Running a Baseline Analysis ReportAnalysis Report Solaris Baselines White List Black List To Run a Baseline Analysis Report CVE Compliance

To Run a Baseline Analysis ReportWhite List Black List Running a Baseline Analysis Report CVE Compliance Report for a Solaris OS

CVE Compliance Report for a Solaris OSa Baseline Analysis Report To Run a Baseline Analysis Report To Run a CVE Compliance Report

To Run a CVE Compliance Report for a Solaris OSAnalysis Report CVE Compliance Report for a Solaris OS Distribution Update Report for a Solaris OS

Distribution Update Report for a Solaris OSa Solaris OS To Run a CVE Compliance Report for a Solaris OS To Run a

To Run a Distribution Update Report for a Solaris OSfor a Solaris OS Distribution Update Report for a Solaris OS Exporting Results of a Solaris

Exporting Results of a Solaris OS ReportOS To Run a Distribution Update Report for a Solaris OS To Export Results of a

To Export Results of a Solaris OS ReportUpdate Report for a Solaris OS Exporting Results of a Solaris OS Report Host Compliance Report

Host Compliance Report for a Solaris OSUpdate Report for a Solaris OS Exporting Results of a Solaris OS Report To Export Results

Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center

To Run a Host Compliance Report for a Solaris OS Incident Compliance Report for a

To Run a Host Compliance Report for a Solaris OS

Incident Compliance Report for a Solaris OSTo Run a Host Compliance Report for a Solaris OS To Run an Incident Compliance Report

To Run an Incident Compliance Report for a Solaris OSfor a Solaris OS Incident Compliance Report for a Solaris OS Job History Report for a

Job History Report for a Solaris OS To Run a Job History Report for a Solaris OSOS To Run an Incident Compliance Report for a Solaris OS Package Compliance Report for a

Package Compliance Report for a Solaris OS To Run the Package Compliance Report for a Solaris OSa Solaris OS To Run a Job History Report for a Solaris OS Solaris Update Compliance

Solaris Update Compliance Report To Run a Solaris Update Compliance ReportOS To Run the Package Compliance Report for a Solaris OS Updating a Linux OS Methods

Updating a Linux OSCompliance Report To Run a Solaris Update Compliance Report Methods of Updating a Linux OS Creating

Methods of Updating a Linux OSRun a Solaris Update Compliance Report Updating a Linux OS Creating a Linux OS Update Job

Creating a Linux OS Update Job To Create a New Update JobReport Updating a Linux OS Methods of Updating a Linux OS Updating from a Linux OS

Updating from a Linux OS Profile To Create a Job From a ProfileOS Creating a Linux OS Update Job To Create a New Update Job Updating With a

Updating With a Linux OS Reportfrom a Linux OS Profile To Create a Job From a Profile Updating a Linux OS

Updating a Linux OS by Modifying a System Catalog To Update a Linux OS by Modifying a System CatalogCreate a Job From a Profile Updating With a Linux OS Report CVE Compliance Report for

CVE Compliance Report for a Linux OS To Run a CVE Compliance Report for a Linux OSCatalog To Update a Linux OS by Modifying a System Catalog Distribution Update Report for a

Distribution Update Report for a Linux OS To Run a Distribution Update Report for a Linux OSfor a Linux OS To Run a CVE Compliance Report for a Linux OS Exporting Results

Exporting Results of a Linux OS Report To Export Results of a Linux OS ReportLinux OS To Run a Distribution Update Report for a Linux OS Host Compliance Report for

Host Compliance Report for a Linux OS To Run a Host Compliance Report for a Linux OSof a Linux OS Report To Export Results of a Linux OS Report Incident Compliance Report

Incident Compliance Report for a Linux OS To Run an Incident Compliance Report for a Linux OSa Linux OS To Run a Host Compliance Report for a Linux OS Job History Report

Job History Report for a Linux OS To Run a Job History Report for a Linux OSLinux OS To Run an Incident Compliance Report for a Linux OS Package Compliance Report for

Package Compliance Report for a Linux OS To Run the Package Compliance Report for a Linux OSfor a Linux OS To Run a Job History Report for a Linux OS Service Pack

Service Pack Compliance Report for a Linux OS To Run a Service Pack Compliance Report for a Linux OSLinux OS To Run the Package Compliance Report for a Linux OS Updating a Windows OS

Updating a Windows OSOS To Run a Service Pack Compliance Report for a Linux OS About Updating a Windows

About Updating a Windows OS Patching in Connected and Disconnected Mode Reports Update JobPack Compliance Report for a Linux OS Updating a Windows OS Method of Updating a Windows

Method of Updating a Windows OSin Connected and Disconnected Mode Reports Update Job Configuring Ops Center for Updating Windows OS Configuring

Configuring Ops Center for Updating Windows OSMode Reports Update Job Method of Updating a Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with

Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCMa Windows OS Configuring Ops Center for Updating Windows OS To configure Ops Center to interact

Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with
Windows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To configure Ops Center to interact with

To configure Ops Center to interact with the identified SCCMWindows OS Configuring Ops Center to Interact with SCCM To Unconfigure Ops Center's interaction with the

To Unconfigure Ops Center's interaction with the SCCMTo configure Ops Center to interact with the identified SCCM Windows Updates Reports Host Compliance Report

Windows Updates ReportsTo Unconfigure Ops Center's interaction with the SCCM Host Compliance Report for Windows Updates To Run

Host Compliance Report for Windows Updates To Run a Host Compliance Report for Windows Updatesinteraction with the SCCM Windows Updates Reports Incident Compliance Report for Windows Updates To Run an

Incident Compliance Report for Windows Updates To Run an Incident Compliance Report for Windows UpdatesUpdates To Run a Host Compliance Report for Windows Updates Creating a New Windows Update Job

Creating a New Windows Update Job To Create a New Windows Update JobTo Run an Incident Compliance Report for Windows Updates Managing Windows Update Reports Managing Windows Report

Managing Windows Update Reportsa New Windows Update Job To Create a New Windows Update Job Managing Windows Report Results

Managing Windows Report Resultsa New Windows Update Job Managing Windows Update Reports Viewing a Windows Report Result To View

Viewing a Windows Report Result To View a Windows Report ResultWindows Update Reports Managing Windows Report Results Deleting a Windows Report To Delete a Windows Report

Deleting a Windows Report To Delete a Windows Reporta Windows Report Result To View a Windows Report Result Rerunning a Windows Report To Rerun

Rerunning a Windows Report To Rerun a Windows ReportResult Deleting a Windows Report To Delete a Windows Report Managing Windows Report Templates Viewing a

Managing Windows Report TemplatesReport Rerunning a Windows Report To Rerun a Windows Report Viewing a Windows Report Template To

Viewing a Windows Report Template To View a Windows OS Report TemplateTo Rerun a Windows Report Managing Windows Report Templates Editing a Windows Report Template To Edit

Editing a Windows Report Template To Edit a Windows Report TemplateViewing a Windows Report Template To View a Windows OS Report Template Running a Report from

Running a Report from a Windows Report TemplateReport Template To View a Windows OS Report Template Editing a Windows Report Template To Edit

Editing a Windows Report Template To Edit a Windows Report Template Running a Report from a
Editing a Windows Report Template To Edit a Windows Report Template Running a Report from a
Editing a Windows Report Template To Edit a Windows Report Template Running a Report from a
Editing a Windows Report Template To Edit a Windows Report Template Running a Report from a
Editing a Windows Report Template To Edit a Windows Report Template Running a Report from a
Editing a Windows Report Template To Edit a Windows Report Template Running a Report from a
Editing a Windows Report Template To Edit a Windows Report Template Running a Report from a
Editing a Windows Report Template To Edit a Windows Report Template Running a Report from a

Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center

To Run a Report from a Windows Report Template Delete a Windows Report Template To

To Run a Report from a Windows Report Template

Delete a Windows Report TemplateTo Run a Report from a Windows Report Template To Delete a Windows Report Template Virtualization

To Delete a Windows Report Templatea Windows Report Template Delete a Windows Report Template Virtualization Logical Domains About Logical Domains Ops

VirtualizationWindows Report Template To Delete a Windows Report Template Logical Domains About Logical Domains Ops Center

Logical DomainsTemplate To Delete a Windows Report Template Virtualization About Logical Domains Ops Center With Logical Domains

About Logical Domains Ops Center With Logical Domains Requirements of Logical Domains Architecture of Logical Domains Roles of Logical Domains When to Use Logical Domainsa Windows Report Template Virtualization Logical Domains Requirements of Logical Domains Hardware Requirements OS

Requirements of Logical Domains Hardware Requirements OS Requirements OS Patch Requirements Firmware Requirements Proxy Controller RequirementsDomains Roles of Logical Domains When to Use Logical Domains Roles of Logical Domains Control Domain

Roles of Logical Domains Control Domain Guest Domain Service Domain I/O DomainFirmware Requirements Proxy Controller Requirements Virtualization Hosts Logical Domains Creating a

Virtualization Hosts Logical DomainsControl Domain Guest Domain Service Domain I/O Domain Creating a Virtualization Host Provisioning Control Domain

Creating a Virtualization HostDomain I/O Domain Virtualization Hosts Logical Domains Provisioning Control Domain Configurations of Control Domain

Provisioning Control DomainHosts Logical Domains Creating a Virtualization Host Configurations of Control Domain Recommended Minimum

Configurations of Control Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU ThreadsCreating a Virtualization Host Provisioning Control Domain Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual

Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual
Domain Recommended Minimum Configurations CPU Threads Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual

Crypto Units Example RAM Additional Configurations Virtual Network Switch Virtual Disk Server Virtual Console Concentrator

Switch Virtual Disk Server Virtual Console Concentrator Importing an OS Image Before You Begin To Import
Switch Virtual Disk Server Virtual Console Concentrator Importing an OS Image Before You Begin To Import
Switch Virtual Disk Server Virtual Console Concentrator Importing an OS Image Before You Begin To Import
Switch Virtual Disk Server Virtual Console Concentrator Importing an OS Image Before You Begin To Import
Switch Virtual Disk Server Virtual Console Concentrator Importing an OS Image Before You Begin To Import

Importing an OS Image Before You Begin To Import an OS ImageSwitch Virtual Disk Server Virtual Console Concentrator Creating a Logical Domain Profile To Create a LDom

Creating a Logical Domain Profile To Create a LDom Profile Provisioning the Control Domain Before You Begin Changing the Job Timeout Value for Provisioning Tasks Performed by the Provisioning JobImporting an OS Image Before You Begin To Import an OS Image Associating Libraries to a

Associating Libraries to a Logical Domain Host To Associate Libraries to a Logical Domain Hostfor Provisioning Tasks Performed by the Provisioning Job Editing the Attributes of Logical Domain Host To

Editing the Attributes of Logical Domain HostDomain Host To Associate Libraries to a Logical Domain Host To Edit the Attributes of an

To Edit the Attributes of an LDom HostDomain Host Editing the Attributes of Logical Domain Host Managing a Virtualization Host Monitoring a Logical

Managing a Virtualization HostLogical Domain Host To Edit the Attributes of an LDom Host Monitoring a Logical Domain Host

Monitoring a Logical Domain Host Summary Libraries Network Chart Jobs ConfigurationAttributes of an LDom Host Managing a Virtualization Host Rebooting a Logical Domain Host To Reboot

Rebooting a Logical Domain Host To Reboot a Logical Domain HostHost Summary Libraries Network Chart Jobs Configuration Creating a Guest Creating a Guest Domain Before You

Creating a Guesta Logical Domain Host To Reboot a Logical Domain Host Creating a Guest Domain Before You

Creating a Guest Domain Before You BeginDomain Host To Reboot a Logical Domain Host Creating a Guest To Create a Guest Domain

To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops CenterHost To Reboot a Logical Domain Host Creating a Guest Creating a Guest Domain Before You

Provisioning a Guest Domaina Guest Creating a Guest Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial

Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning
Domain Before You Begin To Create a Guest Domain Accessing Serial Console Outside Ops Center Provisioning

Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center

Before You Begin
Before You Begin

Before You Begin

To Provision a Guest Domain

Managing a GuestBefore You Begin To Provision a Guest Domain Monitoring a Guest Summary OS Details Console Network

Monitoring a Guest Summary OS Details Console Network Storage Chart JobsYou Begin To Provision a Guest Domain Managing a Guest Editing the Attributes of a Guest

Editing the Attributes of a Guest Domain To Edit the Attributes of a Guest DomainGuest Summary OS Details Console Network Storage Chart Jobs Starting a Guest Domain To Start a

Starting a Guest Domain To Start a Guest Domainof a Guest Domain To Edit the Attributes of a Guest Domain Rebooting a Guest Domain

Rebooting a Guest Domain To Reboot a Guest DomainGuest Domain Starting a Guest Domain To Start a Guest Domain Shutting Down a Guest Domain

Shutting Down a Guest Domain To Shut Down a Guest DomainDomain Rebooting a Guest Domain To Reboot a Guest Domain Deleting a Guest Domain To Delete

Deleting a Guest Domain To Delete a Guest DomainShutting Down a Guest Domain To Shut Down a Guest Domain Migrating a Guest Domain Before

Migrating a Guest Domain Before You Begin To Migrate a Guest Domain (Warm Migration)Domain Deleting a Guest Domain To Delete a Guest Domain Connecting a Guest to Networks To

Connecting a Guest to Networks To Connect a Guest to NetworksBefore You Begin To Migrate a Guest Domain (Warm Migration) Solaris Containers About Zones How Zones

Solaris Containersa Guest to Networks To Connect a Guest to Networks About Zones How Zones Work Understanding

About Zones How Zones Work Understanding Facts in Zone Management Types of Zones Zones Support in Ops CenterNetworks To Connect a Guest to Networks Solaris Containers Support and Limitation for Zones Limitations For

Support and Limitation for Zones Limitations For Zone Support in Ops CenterZone Management Types of Zones Zones Support in Ops Center Creating Zones Using Ops Center Create

Creating Zones Using Ops Centerfor Zones Limitations For Zone Support in Ops Center Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root

Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone RequirementZone Support in Ops Center Creating Zones Using Ops Center Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone

Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement
Create Zones Before You Begin Whole Root Zone Requirement Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement

Sparse Root Zone Requirement Branded Zone Requirement Setting Up an Anonymous FTP Server

Branded Zone Requirement Setting Up an Anonymous FTP Server To Create a Zone Editing Zone Configuration

To Create a Zone

Editing Zone Configuration Before You Begin To Edit Zone ConfigurationSetting Up an Anonymous FTP Server To Create a Zone Discovering and Managing Existing Zones Discovering

Discovering and Managing Existing ZonesConfiguration Before You Begin To Edit Zone Configuration Discovering Zones Overview Discovering Zones Discovering

Discovering Zones Overview Discovering Zones Discovering Zones in a Logical Domain GuestZone Configuration Discovering and Managing Existing Zones Managing Zones Unmanaging Zones Provisioning an OS With

Managing Zones Unmanaging ZonesZones Discovering Zones in a Logical Domain Guest Provisioning an OS With Zones Before You Begin

Provisioning an OS With Zones Before You Begin To Provision an OS With Zonesin a Logical Domain Guest Managing Zones Unmanaging Zones Managing and Monitoring Zones Managing and Monitoring

Managing and Monitoring ZonesZones Provisioning an OS With Zones Before You Begin To Provision an OS With Zones Managing

Managing and Monitoring the Global ZoneZones Provisioning an OS With Zones Before You Begin To Provision an OS With Zones Managing

Zones Before You Begin To Provision an OS With Zones Managing and Monitoring Zones Managing and
Zones Before You Begin To Provision an OS With Zones Managing and Monitoring Zones Managing and
Zones Before You Begin To Provision an OS With Zones Managing and Monitoring Zones Managing and
Zones Before You Begin To Provision an OS With Zones Managing and Monitoring Zones Managing and
Zones Before You Begin To Provision an OS With Zones Managing and Monitoring Zones Managing and
Zones Before You Begin To Provision an OS With Zones Managing and Monitoring Zones Managing and
Zones Before You Begin To Provision an OS With Zones Managing and Monitoring Zones Managing and

Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center

Summary

Summary

Utilization

Utilization

Utilization
Utilization
Utilization
Utilization
Utilization
Utilization
Utilization
Utilization

Libraries

OS Details

To Change Thresholds of OS Monitoring Variables

To Change File System Thresholds for an OS

Networks

Charts

Jobs Configuration

Managing and Monitoring Zones Created Using Ops Center Summary Console OS Details To Change Monitoring Variables Threshold To Change File System Thresholds for an OS Network Storage Charts Jobs Configurationfor an OS Networks Charts Jobs Configuration Managing and Monitoring Existing Zones Through Ops Center OS

Managing and Monitoring Existing Zones Through Ops Center OS Details To Change the Monitoring Variables Thresholdfor an OS Network Storage Charts Jobs Configuration Console Network Charts Jobs Configuration

OS Details To Change the Monitoring Variables Threshold Console Network Charts Jobs Configuration
OS Details To Change the Monitoring Variables Threshold Console Network Charts Jobs Configuration
OS Details To Change the Monitoring Variables Threshold Console Network Charts Jobs Configuration
OS Details To Change the Monitoring Variables Threshold Console Network Charts Jobs Configuration
OS Details To Change the Monitoring Variables Threshold Console Network Charts Jobs Configuration
OS Details To Change the Monitoring Variables Threshold Console Network Charts Jobs Configuration
OS Details To Change the Monitoring Variables Threshold Console Network Charts Jobs Configuration
OS Details To Change the Monitoring Variables Threshold Console Network Charts Jobs Configuration
OS Details To Change the Monitoring Variables Threshold Console Network Charts Jobs Configuration
OS Details To Change the Monitoring Variables Threshold Console Network Charts Jobs Configuration
OS Details To Change the Monitoring Variables Threshold Console Network Charts Jobs Configuration
OS Details To Change the Monitoring Variables Threshold Console Network Charts Jobs Configuration
Console

Console

Console
Console
Console
Console

Network

Charts

Jobs Configuration

Performing Zone TasksConsole Network Charts Jobs Configuration Booting a Zone To Boot a Zone Rebooting a Zone To

Booting a Zone To Boot a ZoneCharts Jobs Configuration Performing Zone Tasks Rebooting a Zone To Reboot a Zone Adding Libraries to

Rebooting a Zone To Reboot a ZonePerforming Zone Tasks Booting a Zone To Boot a Zone Adding Libraries to the Global Zone

Adding Libraries to the Global Zone To Associate a Library With the Global Zonea Zone To Boot a Zone Rebooting a Zone To Reboot a Zone Disassociating Libraries From

Disassociating Libraries From Global Zone To Disassociate Libraries From Global Zonethe Global Zone To Associate a Library With the Global Zone Adding File Systems to Zones

Adding File Systems to Zones To Add a File System to a ZoneFrom Global Zone To Disassociate Libraries From Global Zone Adding Storage to Zones To Add Storage

Adding Storage to Zones To Add Storage to ZonesAdding File Systems to Zones To Add a File System to a Zone Managing Zone Networks

Managing Zone Networksto a Zone Adding Storage to Zones To Add Storage to Zones Assigning Networks to a

Assigning Networks to a Global Zone To Assign a Network to a Global Zoneto Zones To Add Storage to Zones Managing Zone Networks Removing a Network From a Global

Removing a Network From a Global Zone To Unbind a Network From a Global Zoneto a Global Zone To Assign a Network to a Global Zone Connecting Networks to Zones

Connecting Networks to Zones To Connect a Network to a Zone Disconnecting a Network From a Zone To Disconnect a Network From a ZoneFrom a Global Zone To Unbind a Network From a Global Zone Cloning a Zone To

Cloning a Zone To Clone a Zonea Network From a Zone To Disconnect a Network From a Zone Attaching to Zone Console

Attaching to Zone Console To Attach to a Zone Consolea Network From a Zone Cloning a Zone To Clone a Zone Disabling the Zone Console

Disabling the Zone Console Connection To Disable a Zone Console Connectiona Zone Attaching to Zone Console To Attach to a Zone Console Accessing the Serial Console

Accessing the Serial Console Before You Begin Serial Console for Zones and Logical Domains To Access the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Consolethe Zone Console Connection To Disable a Zone Console Connection Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to

Migrating ZonesDomains To Access the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating a Zone to

Migrating a Zone to a Different Machinefor Zones and Logical Domains To Access the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console

the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a
the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Migrating Zones Migrating a Zone to a

Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center

Compatible Global Zones for MigrationBefore You Begin To Migrate a Zone Using Ops Center Backing Out Patches and Packages

Before You BeginCompatible Global Zones for Migration To Migrate a Zone Using Ops Center Backing Out Patches and

To Migrate a Zone Using Ops CenterCompatible Global Zones for Migration Before You Begin Backing Out Patches and Packages Migrating a Physical

Backing Out Patches and PackagesBefore You Begin To Migrate a Zone Using Ops Center Migrating a Physical Solaris System Into

Migrating a Physical Solaris System Into a Zonea Zone Using Ops Center Backing Out Patches and Packages Before You Begin To Migrate a

Before You Beginand Packages Migrating a Physical Solaris System Into a Zone To Migrate a Physical Solaris System

To Migrate a Physical Solaris System Into a Zonea Physical Solaris System Into a Zone Before You Begin Updating Zones Installing Packages and Patches

Updating ZonesYou Begin To Migrate a Physical Solaris System Into a Zone Installing Packages and Patches on

Installing Packages and Patches on ZonesMigrate a Physical Solaris System Into a Zone Updating Zones Configuring patchadd and pkgadd Commands To

Configuring patchadd and pkgadd Commands patchadd and pkgadd Commands

To Edit the uce.rc File uce.rc File

Updating a Global Zonepatchadd and pkgadd Commands To Edit the uce.rc File Updating Non-Global Zones Halting a Zone To

Updating Non-Global ZonesCommands To Edit the uce.rc File Updating a Global Zone Halting a Zone To Halt a

Halting a ZoneFile Updating a Global Zone Updating Non-Global Zones To Halt a Zone Shutting Down a Zone

To Halt a Zonea Global Zone Updating Non-Global Zones Halting a Zone Shutting Down a Zone To Shut Down

Shutting Down a ZoneZone Updating Non-Global Zones Halting a Zone To Halt a Zone To Shut Down a Zone

To Shut Down a ZoneZones Halting a Zone To Halt a Zone Shutting Down a Zone Deleting a Zone To

Deleting a ZoneZone To Halt a Zone Shutting Down a Zone To Shut Down a Zone To Delete

To Delete a ZoneShutting Down a Zone To Shut Down a Zone Deleting a Zone Monitor Assets OS Monitoring

Monitor Assetsa Zone To Shut Down a Zone Deleting a Zone To Delete a Zone OS Monitoring

OS MonitoringDown a Zone Deleting a Zone To Delete a Zone Monitor Assets Hardware Monitoring Monitor Assets

Hardware Monitoringa Zone To Delete a Zone Monitor Assets OS Monitoring Monitor Assets OS Monitoring Hardware Monitoring

Monitor Assetsa Zone Monitor Assets OS Monitoring Hardware Monitoring OS Monitoring Hardware Monitoring About Monitoring OS

OS MonitoringAssets OS Monitoring Hardware Monitoring Monitor Assets Hardware Monitoring About Monitoring OS Monitoring Hardware

Hardware MonitoringMonitoring Hardware Monitoring Monitor Assets OS Monitoring About Monitoring OS Monitoring Hardware Monitoring About

About MonitoringMonitoring Monitor Assets OS Monitoring Hardware Monitoring OS Monitoring Hardware Monitoring About Monitoring OS

OS MonitoringAssets OS Monitoring Hardware Monitoring About Monitoring Hardware Monitoring About Monitoring OS Monitoring Hardware

Hardware MonitoringHardware Monitoring About Monitoring OS Monitoring About Monitoring OS Monitoring Hardware Monitoring Managing

About MonitoringAbout Monitoring OS Monitoring Hardware Monitoring OS Monitoring Hardware Monitoring Managing and Monitoring an

OS MonitoringOS Monitoring Hardware Monitoring About Monitoring Hardware Monitoring Managing and Monitoring an OS Managing

Hardware MonitoringHardware Monitoring About Monitoring OS Monitoring Managing and Monitoring an OS Managing and Monitoring an OS

Managing and Monitoring an OSAbout Monitoring OS Monitoring Hardware Monitoring Managing and Monitoring an OS Monitoring an OS To Change

Managing and Monitoring an OSMonitoring Hardware Monitoring Managing and Monitoring an OS Monitoring an OS To Change Thresholds of OS

Monitoring an OSManaging and Monitoring an OS Managing and Monitoring an OS To Change Thresholds of OS Monitoring

To Change Thresholds of OS Monitoring Variablesan OS Managing and Monitoring an OS Monitoring an OS To Change Thresholds of Monitoring Variables

To Change Thresholds of Monitoring Variables for an OS Groupan OS To Change Thresholds of OS Monitoring Variables To Change File System Thresholds for an

To Change File System Thresholds for an OS GroupTo Change Thresholds of Monitoring Variables for an OS Group OS Health States Monitoring an OS

OS Health Statesan OS Group To Change File System Thresholds for an OS Group Monitoring an OS To

Monitoring an OSFile System Thresholds for an OS Group OS Health States To Change Thresholds of OS Monitoring

To Change Thresholds of OS Monitoring VariablesThresholds for an OS Group OS Health States Monitoring an OS To Change Thresholds of Monitoring

To Change Thresholds of Monitoring Variables for an OS Groupan OS To Change Thresholds of OS Monitoring Variables To Change File System Thresholds for an

To Change File System Thresholds for an OS GroupTo Change Thresholds of Monitoring Variables for an OS Group OS Health States Monitoring a Windows

OS Health Statesan OS Group To Change File System Thresholds for an OS Group Monitoring a Windows OS

Monitoring a Windows OSFile System Thresholds for an OS Group OS Health States Comprehensive Monitoring Monitoring a Windows OS

Comprehensive Monitoringfor an OS Group OS Health States Monitoring a Windows OS Monitoring a Windows OS Comprehensive

Monitoring a Windows OSStates Monitoring a Windows OS Comprehensive Monitoring Comprehensive Monitoring Monitoring a System With the

Comprehensive MonitoringWindows OS Comprehensive Monitoring Monitoring a Windows OS Monitoring a System With the Windows OS Windows

Monitoring a System With the Windows OS Windows OS AttributesMonitoring Monitoring a Windows OS Comprehensive Monitoring Windows OS Operations Server Attributes Server

a System With the Windows OS Windows OS Attributes Windows OS Operations Server Attributes Server
Windows OS Operations

Windows OS Operations

Windows OS Operations
Windows OS Operations

Server Attributes Server Operations

To Display Window OS Monitoring DataOS Operations Server Attributes Server Operations Editing Monitoring Thresholds To Change Thresholds of OS

Editing Monitoring ThresholdsServer Operations To Display Window OS Monitoring Data To Change Thresholds of OS Monitoring Variables To

To Change Thresholds of OS Monitoring VariablesWindow OS Monitoring Data Editing Monitoring Thresholds To Change Thresholds of Monitoring Variables for an OS

To Change Thresholds of Monitoring Variables for an OS GroupThresholds To Change Thresholds of OS Monitoring Variables To Change File System Thresholds for an OS

To Change File System Thresholds for an OS GroupTo Change Thresholds of Monitoring Variables for an OS Group Windows OS Health States OS Health

Windows OS Health States OS Health Statesan OS Group To Change File System Thresholds for an OS Group Charts To Display Charts

Chartsfor an OS Group Windows OS Health States OS Health States To Display Charts To Display

an OS Group Windows OS Health States OS Health States Charts To Display Charts To Display

To Display Chartsan OS Group Windows OS Health States OS Health States Charts To Display Charts for Solaris

To Display Charts for Solaris ContainersOS Health States OS Health States Charts To Display Charts To Display Charts for Groups Exporting

To Display Charts for GroupsOS Health States Charts To Display Charts To Display Charts for Solaris Containers Exporting Chart Data

Exporting Chart DataStates Charts To Display Charts To Display Charts for Solaris Containers To Display Charts for Groups

Rebooting an OSStates Charts To Display Charts To Display Charts for Solaris Containers To Display Charts for Groups

Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center

To Reboot an OS Managing Boot Environments Displaying BE and ABE Details To Display BE

To Reboot an OS

Managing Boot EnvironmentsTo Reboot an OS Displaying BE and ABE Details To Display BE and ABE Details Synchronize

Displaying BE and ABE DetailsTo Reboot an OS Managing Boot Environments To Display BE and ABE Details Synchronize Boot Environments

To Display BE and ABE DetailsOS Managing Boot Environments Displaying BE and ABE Details Synchronize Boot Environments To Synchronize Boot

Synchronize Boot Environments To Synchronize Boot EnvironmentsDisplaying BE and ABE Details To Display BE and ABE Details Activate a Boot Environment To

Activate a Boot Environment To Activate a Boot EnvironmentBoot Environments To Synchronize Boot Environments Managing and Monitoring Hardware Accessing the Serial

Managing and Monitoring HardwareActivate a Boot Environment To Activate a Boot Environment Accessing the Serial Console Before You Begin

Accessing the Serial Console Before You Begin Serial Console for Zones and Logical Domains To Access the Serial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial ConsoleActivate a Boot Environment Managing and Monitoring Hardware Monitoring Hardware Health States of Hardware Health

Monitoring Hardware Health States of Hardware HealthSerial Console Troubleshooting the Access to Serial Console Managing and Monitoring M-Series Servers Features Monitored

Managing and Monitoring M-Series Servers Features MonitoredConsole Monitoring Hardware Health States of Hardware Health Managing Locator Lights To Activate a Locator Light

Managing Locator Lights To Activate a Locator Light To Deactivate a Locator Light To Manage Locator Lights in a GroupManaging and Monitoring M-Series Servers Features Monitored Managing and Monitoring Server Power States To Power On

Managing and Monitoring Server Power States To Power On a Server or Chassis To Power Off a Server or Chassisa Locator Light To Manage Locator Lights in a Group Monitoring Power Utilization Checking Power Capability

Monitoring Power Utilization Checking Power Capability Power Utilization Graphs To View Power Utilization Charts To Export Power Utilization ChartsOn a Server or Chassis To Power Off a Server or Chassis Monitoring Hardware Variables Monitoring

Monitoring Hardware VariablesPower Utilization Charts To Export Power Utilization Charts Monitoring Connectivity Resetting a Server To Reset a

Monitoring ConnectivityPower Utilization Charts Monitoring Hardware Variables Resetting a Server To Reset a Server Monitoring Job

Resetting a Server To Reset a ServerCharts Monitoring Hardware Variables Monitoring Connectivity Monitoring Job Information To View Current or Historical

Monitoring Job Information To View Current or Historical JobsMonitoring Connectivity Resetting a Server To Reset a Server Libraries About Libraries OS Provisioning Library Firmware

LibrariesJob Information To View Current or Historical Jobs About Libraries OS Provisioning Library Firmware

About Libraries OS Provisioning Library Firmware Provisioning Library Updates Library Storage LibrariesJob Information To View Current or Historical Jobs Libraries Updates Library Managing Profiles Managing Policies Managing

Updates Library Managing Profiles Managing Policies Managing Components and Local ContentProvisioning Library Updates Library Storage Libraries Adding a Local Category To Add a Local Category Deleting

Adding a Local Category To Add a Local CategoryManaging Policies Managing Components and Local Content Deleting a Local Component To Delete a Local Component

Deleting a Local Component To Delete a Local Component FileContent Adding a Local Category To Add a Local Category Editing a Local Component File To

Editing a Local Component File To Edit Local Component FilesDeleting a Local Component To Delete a Local Component File Uploading a Local Action To Upload

Uploading a Local Action To Upload a Local ActionEditing a Local Component File To Edit Local Component Files Uploading a Local Configuration File To

Uploading a Local Configuration File To Upload a Local Configuration FileFiles Uploading a Local Action To Upload a Local Action Uploading a Local Software Package To

Uploading a Local Software Package To Upload a Local Software PackageConfiguration File To Upload a Local Configuration File Uploading Local Software in Bulk To Upload Local

Uploading Local Software in Bulk To Upload Local Software in Bulka Local Software Package To Upload a Local Software Package Uploading Software in Disconnected Mode To

Uploading Software in Disconnected Mode To Upload Software in Disconnected ModeLocal Software in Bulk To Upload Local Software in Bulk Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View

Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload ResultsSoftware in Bulk Uploading Software in Disconnected Mode To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Component

Viewing Component Detailsin Disconnected Mode To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk

To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing
To Upload Software in Disconnected Mode Viewing Bulk Upload Results To View Bulk Upload Results Viewing

Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center

To View Component Details Storage Libraries Fibre Channel Libraries LUN Terms in SAN Storage Managing

To View Component Details

Storage LibrariesTo View Component Details Fibre Channel Libraries LUN Terms in SAN Storage Managing Fibre Channel Libraries

Fibre Channel LibrariesTo View Component Details Storage Libraries LUN Terms in SAN Storage Managing Fibre Channel Libraries Configuring

LUN
LUN
LUN

LUN

Terms in SAN Storage Managing Fibre Channel Libraries

Configuring Fibre Channel Storage To Configure Storage for Fibre Channel LibrariesTerms in SAN Storage Managing Fibre Channel Libraries Creating a Fibre Channel Library Before You Begin

Creating a Fibre Channel Library Before You Begin To Create a Fibre Channel Library Adding LUNs to the Library Manually Selecting LUNs from the Available LUNsStorage To Configure Storage for Fibre Channel Libraries Adding LUNs to a Fibre Channel Library To

Adding LUNs to a Fibre Channel Library To Add LUNs to a Fibre Channel Library Viewing the Contents of a Fibre Channel Library To View the Contents of a Fibre Channel Librarythe Library Manually Selecting LUNs from the Available LUNs Editing a Fibre Channel Library To Edit

Editing a Fibre Channel Library To Edit a Fibre Channel LibraryLibrary To View the Contents of a Fibre Channel Library Deleting a Fibre Channel Library Before

Deleting a Fibre Channel Library Before You Begin To Delete a Fibre Channel Librarya Fibre Channel Library To Edit a Fibre Channel Library Troubleshooting Fibre Channel Libraries Check if

Troubleshooting Fibre Channel Libraries Check if Solaris Multipathing (MPxIO) Is Enabled for Fibre Channel Disks Check Whether the Fibre Channel Host Bus Adaptors (HBAs) Are Configured Check Whether the Fibre Channel HBAs Are Connected to the FabricLibrary Before You Begin To Delete a Fibre Channel Library Network Attached Storage Libraries About Network

Network Attached Storage LibrariesWhether the Fibre Channel HBAs Are Connected to the Fabric About Network Attached Storage (NAS) Storage

About Network Attached Storage (NAS) Storage LibrariesConnected to the Fabric Network Attached Storage Libraries Viewing the Contents of a NAS Storage Library

Viewing the Contents of a NAS Storage LibraryAbout Network Attached Storage (NAS) Storage Libraries Viewing Image Details To View Image Details Configuring NAS

Viewing Image Details To View Image DetailsLibraries Viewing the Contents of a NAS Storage Library Configuring NAS Storage Libraries Setting Up the

Configuring NAS Storage LibrariesStorage Library Viewing Image Details To View Image Details Setting Up the CIFS Server To Set

Setting Up the CIFS Server To Set Up a Shared Folder on the CIFS Server Defining the CIFS Mount PointTo View Image Details Configuring NAS Storage Libraries Setting Up the NFS Server To Set Up

Setting Up the NFS Server To Set Up a Share on the NFS Server To Set Up an NFS ClientFolder on the CIFS Server Defining the CIFS Mount Point To Create a NAS Storage Library

To Create a NAS Storage LibraryTo Set Up a Share on the NFS Server To Set Up an NFS Client Associating

Associating or Disassociating Libraries To Associate a Storage Library With a Virtual Pool To Disassociate a Library From a Virtual PoolTo Set Up an NFS Client To Create a NAS Storage Library Adding ISO and Appliance

Adding ISO and Appliance Imagesa Virtual Pool To Disassociate a Library From a Virtual Pool Upload ISO Images To Upload

Upload ISO Images To Upload ISO ImagesLibrary From a Virtual Pool Adding ISO and Appliance Images Upload Appliance Images To Upload Appliance

Upload Appliance Images To Upload Appliance Imagesand Appliance Images Upload ISO Images To Upload ISO Images Import Images To Import ISO or

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Moving an ImageImages Import Images To Import ISO or Appliance Images Editing Image Details To Edit Image Details

Editing Image Details To Edit Image DetailsImages To Import ISO or Appliance Images Moving an Image Deleting Images To Delete Images To

Deleting Images To Delete ImagesMoving an Image Editing Image Details To Edit Image Details To Change the Attributes of a

To Change the Attributes of a NAS Storage LibraryTo Edit Image Details Deleting Images To Delete Images To Remove a NAS Storage Library Troubleshooting

To Remove a NAS Storage LibraryImages To Change the Attributes of a NAS Storage Library Troubleshooting a NAS Storage Library Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting a NAS Storage Library Troubleshooting Library Creation NFS Mount Pointsof a NAS Storage Library To Remove a NAS Storage Library NFS Share Troubleshooting DNS and

Library Troubleshooting Library Creation NFS Mount Points NFS Share Troubleshooting DNS and NIS Configuration About
Library Troubleshooting Library Creation NFS Mount Points NFS Share Troubleshooting DNS and NIS Configuration About
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Library Troubleshooting Library Creation NFS Mount Points NFS Share Troubleshooting DNS and NIS Configuration About
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Library Troubleshooting Library Creation NFS Mount Points NFS Share Troubleshooting DNS and NIS Configuration About
Library Troubleshooting Library Creation NFS Mount Points NFS Share Troubleshooting DNS and NIS Configuration About

NFS Share Troubleshooting DNS and NIS ConfigurationLibrary Troubleshooting Library Creation NFS Mount Points About Networks Creating a Network Before You Begin To

About NetworksMount Points NFS Share Troubleshooting DNS and NIS Configuration Creating a Network Before You Begin To

Creating a Network Before You Begin To Create a NetworkTroubleshooting Library Creation NFS Mount Points NFS Share Troubleshooting DNS and NIS Configuration About Networks

NFS Share Troubleshooting DNS and NIS Configuration About Networks Creating a Network Before You Begin To
NFS Share Troubleshooting DNS and NIS Configuration About Networks Creating a Network Before You Begin To

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Routing Modes No Dynamic Routing ModeDynamic Routing On Mode Automatic Routing Mode Changing the Routing Mode Adding a Static Route

Routing Modes No Dynamic Routing Mode Dynamic Routing On Mode Automatic Routing Mode Changing the Routing
Dynamic Routing On Mode

Dynamic Routing On Mode

Dynamic Routing On Mode

Automatic Routing Mode

Changing the Routing ModeMode Dynamic Routing On Mode Automatic Routing Mode Adding a Static Route for the Network To

Adding a Static Route for the Network To Add a Static Route for the NetworkOn Mode Automatic Routing Mode Changing the Routing Mode Editing the Network Attributes To Edit the

Editing the Network Attributes To Edit the Network AttributesRoute for the Network To Add a Static Route for the Network Editing the Network Services

Editing the Network Services To Edit the Network Servicesthe Network Attributes To Edit the Network Attributes Deleting a Network Before You Begin To Delete

Deleting a Network Before You BeginEditing the Network Services To Edit the Network Services To Delete a Network Guests and Networks

the Network Services Deleting a Network Before You Begin To Delete a Network Guests and Networks
the Network Services Deleting a Network Before You Begin To Delete a Network Guests and Networks
the Network Services Deleting a Network Before You Begin To Delete a Network Guests and Networks
the Network Services Deleting a Network Before You Begin To Delete a Network Guests and Networks

To Delete a Networkthe Network Services Deleting a Network Before You Begin Guests and Networks Connecting Guests to a

Guests and NetworksDeleting a Network Before You Begin To Delete a Network Connecting Guests to a Network Before

Connecting Guests to a Network Before You BeginBefore You Begin To Delete a Network Guests and Networks To Connect Guests to a Network

and Networks Connecting Guests to a Network Before You Begin To Connect Guests to a Network

To Connect Guests to a Networkand Networks Connecting Guests to a Network Before You Begin Disconnecting a Guest From a Network

Disconnecting a Guest From a Network To Disconnect a Guest From a Networkto a Network Before You Begin To Connect Guests to a Network Viewing the Virtualization Hosts

Viewing the Virtualization Hosts and Guests Using the Networka Guest From a Network To Disconnect a Guest From a Network Virtual Pools and Networks

Virtual Pools and Networksthe Virtualization Hosts and Guests Using the Network Assigning a Network to Virtual Pools To Assign

Assigning a Network to Virtual Pools To Assign a Network to Virtual Poolsand Guests Using the Network Virtual Pools and Networks Dissociating a Network from a Virtual Pool

Dissociating a Network from a Virtual Poolto Virtual Pools To Assign a Network to Virtual Pools Viewing the Networks in a Virtual

Viewing the Networks in a Virtual Poolto Virtual Pools Dissociating a Network from a Virtual Pool Enterprise Controller Administration Configuring the Local

Enterprise Controller Administrationfrom a Virtual Pool Viewing the Networks in a Virtual Pool Configuring the Local Agent To

Configuring the Local Agent To Configure the Local Agentin a Virtual Pool Enterprise Controller Administration Unconfiguring an Enterprise Controller To Unconfigure an

Unconfiguring an Enterprise Controller To Unconfigure an Enterprise ControllerConfiguring the Local Agent To Configure the Local Agent Adding a Product Alias To Add a

Adding a Product Alias To Add a Product AliasController To Unconfigure an Enterprise Controller Changing the HTTP Proxy To Change the HTTP Proxy

Changing the HTTP Proxy To Change the HTTP ProxyController Adding a Product Alias To Add a Product Alias Authentications To Edit Authentications Configuring an

Authentications To Edit AuthenticationsAlias Changing the HTTP Proxy To Change the HTTP Proxy Configuring an Enterprise Controller for Updates

Configuring an Enterprise Controller for Updates Before You Begin Manually Enabling the Co-Located Proxy Controller Manually Enabling a Ops Center Agentthe HTTP Proxy Authentications To Edit Authentications Viewing Service Status To View Service Status Viewing Agent

Viewing Service Status To View Service StatusProxy Controller Manually Enabling a Ops Center Agent Viewing Agent Controllers To View Agent Controllers Updating

Viewing Agent Controllers To View Agent ControllersCenter Agent Viewing Service Status To View Service Status Updating Agent Controllers To Update Agent Controllers

Updating Agent Controllers To Update Agent ControllersStatus Viewing Agent Controllers To View Agent Controllers Viewing Logs To View Logs Proxy Controller Administration

Viewing Logs To View LogsUpdating Agent Controllers To Update Agent Controllers Proxy Controller Administration Unconfiguring and

Proxy Controller AdministrationTo Update Agent Controllers Viewing Logs To View Logs Unconfiguring and Uninstalling a Proxy Controller To

Unconfiguring and Uninstalling a Proxy Controller To Unconfigure and Uninstall a Proxy Controller To Unconfigure a Proxy Controller From the Command LineViewing Logs To View Logs Proxy Controller Administration Setting a Proxy Controller as Default To Set

Setting a Proxy Controller as Default To Set a Proxy Controller as DefaultTo Unconfigure a Proxy Controller From the Command Line Clearing a Proxy Controller's Default Status To

Clearing a Proxy Controller's Default Status To Clear a Proxy Controller's Default StatusController as Default To Set a Proxy Controller as Default DHCP Configuration To Configure DHCP Services

DHCP Configuration To Configure DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration JobStatus To Clear a Proxy Controller's Default Status Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a

SubnetsConfigure DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a

DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure a
Specifying IP Address Ranges

Specifying IP Address Ranges

Specifying IP Address Ranges

To Configure a Subnet

External DHCP ServersConfigure DHCP Services To Monitor a DHCP Configuration Job Subnets Specifying IP Address Ranges To Configure

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External DHCP Server Requirements

External DHCP Server Requirements

Before You Begin

Before You Begin

Before You Begin
Before You Begin

To Install the scninstall_ext_dhcp.pl Script on the External DHCP Server To Configure External DHCP Servers

Viewing a Proxy Controller's Configuration To View a Proxy Controller's Configurationthe External DHCP Server To Configure External DHCP Servers Backup and Recovery Backing Up an Enterprise

Backup and RecoveryConfiguration To View a Proxy Controller's Configuration Backing Up an Enterprise Controller To Back Up an

Backing Up an Enterprise Controller To Back Up an Enterprise Controllera Proxy Controller's Configuration Backup and Recovery Restoring an Enterprise Controller To Restore an Enterprise

Restoring an Enterprise Controller To Restore an Enterprise Controller Example - Restoring a Backup File for an Enterprise Controller Running on a Solaris OSan Enterprise Controller To Back Up an Enterprise Controller User and Role Management To View Users

User and Role Management To View Users and RolesFile for an Enterprise Controller Running on a Solaris OS Adding a User To Add a

Adding a User To Add a UserSolaris OS User and Role Management To View Users and Roles Deleting a User To Delete

Deleting a User To Delete a UserTo View Users and Roles Adding a User To Add a User Roles and Authorizations Enterprise

Roles and Authorizations Enterprise Controller Admin Role All Assets Admin Role Group Roles Group Admin Group Manage Group Provision Group Update Group Update SimulateAdding a User To Add a User Deleting a User To Delete a User Assigning a

Assigning a Role To Assign a Role to a UserManage Group Provision Group Update Group Update Simulate Configuring a Notification Profile To Configure a

Configuring a Notification Profile To Configure a Notification ProfileUpdate Simulate Assigning a Role To Assign a Role to a User Deleting a Notification Profile

Deleting a Notification Profile To Delete a Notification Profilea Notification Profile To Configure a Notification Profile Job Management To Display All Jobs Job Details

Job Management To Display All Jobsa Notification Profile To Delete a Notification Profile Job Details To Display Job Details Stopping a

Job Details To Display Job Detailsa Notification Profile Job Management To Display All Jobs Stopping a Job To Stop a Job

Stopping a Job To Stop a JobTo Display All Jobs Job Details To Display Job Details Deleting a Job To Delete a

Deleting a Job To Delete a JobDetails To Display Job Details Stopping a Job To Stop a Job Re-running a Job To

Re-running a Job To Re-Run a JobStopping a Job To Stop a Job Deleting a Job To Delete a Job Re-running a

Re-running a Job on Failed Targets To Re-Run a Job on Failed Targetsa Job To Delete a Job Re-running a Job To Re-Run a Job Copying a Job

Copying a Job To Copy a Joba Job on Failed Targets To Re-Run a Job on Failed Targets Answering Questions To Answer

Answering Questions To Answer QuestionsRe-Run a Job on Failed Targets Copying a Job To Copy a Job Monitoring Jobs for

Monitoring Jobs for an Asset To Monitor Jobs for an Asseta Job To Copy a Job Answering Questions To Answer Questions Notifications and Reports Messages To

Notifications and ReportsMonitoring Jobs for an Asset To Monitor Jobs for an Asset Messages To View Messages Viewing

Messages To View MessagesAsset To Monitor Jobs for an Asset Notifications and Reports Viewing Notifications To View Notifications Deleting

Viewing Notifications To View Notificationsan Asset Notifications and Reports Messages To View Messages Deleting Notifications To Delete Specific Notifications To

Deleting Notifications To Delete Specific Notifications To Delete All NotificationsTo View Messages Viewing Notifications To View Notifications Enabling Asset Notifications To Enable Notifications

Enabling Asset Notifications To Enable NotificationsTo Delete Specific Notifications To Delete All Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications

Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable NotificationsTo Delete All Notifications Enabling Asset Notifications To Enable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software

Uninstalling Ops Center SoftwareNotifications Enabling Asset Notifications To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications

To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software
To Enable Notifications Disabling Asset Notifications To Disable Notifications Uninstalling Ops Center Software

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To Uninstall Ops Center Agent SoftwareTo Uninstall Ops Center Proxy Controller Software To Uninstall Ops Center Enterprise Controller Software

To Uninstall Ops Center Proxy Controller SoftwareTo Uninstall Ops Center Agent Software To Uninstall Ops Center Enterprise Controller Software

To Uninstall Ops Center Enterprise Controller SoftwareTo Uninstall Ops Center Agent Software To Uninstall Ops Center Proxy Controller Software

Preface

This document is intended for all levels of Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center administrators, as well as operating system, virtualization, hardware, and storage administrators using Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center to monitor and maintain their IT infrastructure.

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Provision an OS

Operating system (OS) provisioning enables you to use Ops Center to automatically install operating systems onto systems that are attached to your network. In most circumstances, OS provisioning requires no manual interaction with the system that you want to install. You initiate these OS installations from a centralized location, using the Ops Center BUI, rather than from the systems that you want to install.

Check Supported Operating Systems for the list of operating systems that you can provision with Ops Center.

OS provisioning involves three main tasks:

Creating and Managing OS Imageswith Ops Center. OS provisioning involves three main tasks: Creating and Managing OS Profiles Provisioning Operating

Creating and Managing OS Profilesinvolves three main tasks: Creating and Managing OS Images Provisioning Operating Systems Creating OS images and

Provisioning Operating Systemsand Managing OS Images Creating and Managing OS Profiles Creating OS images and creating OS profiles

Creating OS images and creating OS profiles are one-time tasks for each OS configuration that you want to provision. After an OS image and associated OS profile exist in Ops Center, you can provision the OS onto systems that are attached to your network.

Ops Center enables OS provisioning on single systems, groups of systems, or a combination of the two. OS provisioning for groups of systems requires using homogeneous groups, as described in Creating a Group and Adding Assets to a Group.

About OS Provisioning

Operating system (OS) provisioning enables you to use Ops Center to automatically install operating systems onto systems that are attached to your network. In most circumstances, OS provisioning requires no manual interaction with the system that you want to install. You initiate these OS installations from a centralized location, using the Ops Center BUI, rather than from the systems that you want to install.

Check Supported Operating Systems for the list of operating systems that you can provision with Ops Center.

Before you can provision an OS, you must have the following in Ops Center:

OS Imagesprovision an OS, you must have the following in Ops Center: OS Profiles Creating OS images

OS Profilesan OS, you must have the following in Ops Center: OS Images Creating OS images and

Creating OS images and creating OS profiles are one-time tasks for each OS configuration that you want to provision. After an OS image and associated OS profile exist in Ops Center, you can provision the OS onto systems that are attached to your network.

Ops Center enables OS provisioning on single systems, groups of systems, or a combination of the two. OS provisioning for groups of systems requires using homogeneous groups, as described in Creating a Group and Adding Assets to a Group.

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OS Images

You use OS images as the source of data used to install operating systems onto systems on your network. OS provisioning requires that you import an OS image into Ops Center, and then associate the OS image with a customized OS profile.

To use OS images in Ops Center, you can:

Import an OS image from an existing ISO fileOS profile. To use OS images in Ops Center, you can: Import a Solaris Flash archive

Import a Solaris Flash archive (FLAR) and associate it with an OS imageyou can: Import an OS image from an existing ISO file Load (copy) an image from

Load (copy) an image from physical CD or DVD installation mediaFlash archive (FLAR) and associate it with an OS image Download an OS image from Sun

Download an OS image from Sun Microsystems(copy) an image from physical CD or DVD installation media You can obtain an OS image

You can obtain an OS image from the following sources:

CDs (Linux only)You can obtain an OS image from the following sources: DVDs (Solaris, Linux) ISO files made

DVDs (Solaris, Linux)an OS image from the following sources: CDs (Linux only) ISO files made from CDs (Linux

ISO files made from CDs (Linux only)following sources: CDs (Linux only) DVDs (Solaris, Linux) ISO files made from DVDs (Solaris, Linux) Sun

ISO files made from DVDs (Solaris, Linux)DVDs (Solaris, Linux) ISO files made from CDs (Linux only) Sun public server (Solaris only) Check

Sun public server (Solaris only)CDs (Linux only) ISO files made from DVDs (Solaris, Linux) Check Supported Operating Systems for the

Check Supported Operating Systems for the list of operating systems that you can provision with Ops Center.

OS Profiles

An OS profile specifies how to configure an OS as it installs onto a set of target systems. An OS profile specifies configuration options, including what OS to install, what software groups to install, and what disk partitions and network settings to use. Each OS profile is associated with a specific OS image. Each OS profile describes how to install and configure one OS image, or one FLAR associated with one OS image.

OS profiles used for the Solaris OS are similar to Sun JumpStart Enterprise Toolkit (JET) templates. Solaris OS profiles use JET technology to provision the operating system. A Ops Center Proxy Controller installation includes the SUNWjet and JetFLASH packages, which provide the base_config, custom, and flash JET modules. These JET modules provide the core JET functions required by Ops Center. If you want to use additional JET modules, you must manually install them on the Proxy Controllers where they will be needed. Refer to Installing JET Modules for more information about installing JET modules.

You can create a Solaris OS profile in one of the following ways:

Create an OS profile without providing any specific JET information.create a Solaris OS profile in one of the following ways: Create an OS profile exclusively

Create an OS profile exclusively from a JET template.OS profile without providing any specific JET information. Create an OS profile that includes parameters associated

Create an OS profile that includes parameters associated with additional JET modules.Create an OS profile exclusively from a JET template. OS profiles for RHEL and SLES do

OS profiles for RHEL and SLES do not use JET parameters, but they do require parameters that are specific to those operating systems.

For Linux and Solaris software, you can use System Catalogs to create profiles.

Importing OS Images and FLARs

You can import OS images from existing ISO files, or you can import Solaris Flash archive (FLAR) files and associate them with OS images that you have already imported into Ops Center. After you import an OS image or a FLAR, you can then create an OS profile that you use to provision the OS onto systems on your network.

When you import an OS image or a FLAR, an OS profile is created by default. The OS profile is named using the image name that you enter in the Import OS Image wizard. This default OS profile is intended for use as a template. You can modify the default OS profile for your specific systems.you use to provision the OS onto systems on your network. OS image names that you

OS image names that you specify must be unique, can consist of up to 100 characters, and may include numbers, letters, and some special symbols. The following special symbols are prohibited: comma, asterisk, single quote, double quote, parenthesis, question mark, equal sign, and newline.can modify the default OS profile for your specific systems. FLAR files that you intend to

FLAR files that you intend to import require a .flar file name extension to be recognized by the Import OS Image .flar file name extension to be recognized by the Import OS Image

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wizard. For example: S10_flash_sun4u.flar

FLAR files are only used for Solaris installations.Ops Center wizard. For example: S10_flash_sun4u.flar FLAR files must represent complete OS archives. Differential

FLAR files must represent complete OS archives. Differential Solaris Flash archives are not compatible with OS provisioning in Ops Center.FLAR files are only used for Solaris installations. OS images for virtualization hosts are provided as

OS images for virtualization hosts are provided as ISO files that you import in the same manner as Solaris or Linux OS images.are not compatible with OS provisioning in Ops Center. Before You Begin The Enterprise Controller must

Before You Begin

The Enterprise Controller must be able to access the files that you want to import. These files may be stored on the Enterprise Controller's local file system, or a file system that the Enterprise Controller mounts using NFS.same manner as Solaris or Linux OS images. Before You Begin Solaris OS images cannot be

Solaris OS images cannot be imported from ISO files made from Solaris installation CDs.file system that the Enterprise Controller mounts using NFS. When importing a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

When importing a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 9 SP3 OS distribution from ISO files, you must perform the import procedure twice, and specify the same OS image name each time. Use the Import OS Image wizard the first time to import the SLES 9 distribution, and then use the same wizard again to import the SLES 9 Update 3 distribution.imported from ISO files made from Solaris installation CDs. To use a FLAR to provision an

To use a FLAR to provision an OS, you must separately import an OS image and the FLAR that you want to use. You must import the OS image first, to make it available for selection as the Parent ISO in the Import OS Image wizard. Each FLAR that you import requires a Parent ISO. The Parent ISO provides a network boot environment for the systems that you intend to install. The FLAR provides the data that installs the OS. To use a FLAR to provision an OS, be sure to import an OS image that represents an OS revision level at least equal to the OS revision level represented by the FLAR.wizard again to import the SLES 9 Update 3 distribution. To Import an OS Image or

To Import an OS Image or a FLAR

1. Click Libraries in the Navigation panel.

2. Click OS Images.

A list of OS images is displayed in the center panel.

3. Click Import OS Image in the Actions panel. The Import OS Image screen is displayed.

the Actions panel. The Import OS Image screen is displayed. 4. the Image Name field, enter

4. the Image Name field, enter the name that you want to assign to the ISO image or FLAR that you will import.

5. the Description field, enter a description of the file that you will import.

6. Select either the ISO or FLAR image type, depending on the type of file that you will import. If you select the FLAR file type, the Parent ISO field is displayed. Select the OS image that you want to use as the parent ISO for the FLAR that you will import.

7. Click Browse to display the Browse Server panel.

In

In

7. Click Browse to display the Browse Server panel. In In 8. Use the Browse Server

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9.

Select the ISO or FLAR that you want to import, then click Add Files. The file that you selected is displayed in the Files list in the Import OS Image panel.

10.

When the list of files that you want to import is complete, click Import.

To Monitor an OS Image Job

You can monitor the progress of the job that imports an OS image or FLAR by listing the job in the Jobs panel.

1. Select the Jobs panel.

2. Select All Jobs or In Progress from the Jobs panel, and identify the OS image import job from the list that is displayed. Jobs to import OS images are identified as OSImage_SatelliteTask jobs.

3. Double-click the OS import job to display the Job Details panel that describes the job. The Event Log tab displays messages that describe the job's progress.

4. Click Close to dismiss the Job Details panel.

Loading OS Images From CD or DVD

You can load OS images from physical CDs or DVDs for use in Ops Center. After you load an OS image, you can then create an OS profile to provision the OS onto systems on your network.

When you import an OS image, an OS profile of the same name is created by default. This default OS profile is intended for use as a template. The default OS profile is optimized for Sun Fire x4200 systems, so you might need to modify the profile for your specific systems.OS profile to provision the OS onto systems on your network. Loading an OS image from

Loading an OS image from CDs is only supported for Linux media.might need to modify the profile for your specific systems. Image names that you specify must

Image names that you specify must be unique, can consist of up to 100 characters, and may include numbers, letters, and some special symbols. The following special symbols are prohibited: comma, asterisk, single quote, double quote, parenthesis, question mark, equal sign, and newline.an OS image from CDs is only supported for Linux media. To Load an OS Image

To Load an OS Image From CD or DVD

1.

Click Libraries in the Navigation panel.

2.

Click OS Images.

 

A

list of OS images is displayed in the center panel.

3.

Click Load OS Image from CD or DVD in the Actions panel.

4.

In

the Load OS Image from CD or DVD dialog box, enter the required information:

 

Image Name - Enter the name that you want to assign to the OS image that you will load from the 

CD

or DVD.

Description - Enter a description that will help identify the OS image that this process creates.to the OS image that you will load from the CD or DVD. Device - Enter

Device - Enter the device name of the CDROM or DVD drive where the source CD or DVD is located. For example, use device names like /cdrom/cdrom0 or /vol/dev/dsk/c0t6d0 . You /cdrom/cdrom0 or /vol/dev/dsk/c0t6d0. You

can

use the command ls -l /dev/sr* to show the CDROM or DVD device name.

5.

Click Load to submit the job to load the OS image.

To Monitor an OS Image Job

You can monitor the progress of the job that loads an OS image by listing the job in the Jobs panel.

1. Select the Jobs panel.

2. Select All Jobs or In Progress from the Jobs panel, and identify the load OS image job from the list that is displayed. Jobs to load OS images are identified as OSImage_SatelliteTask jobs.

3. Double-click the load OS image job to display the Job Details panel that describes the job. The Event Log tab displays messages that describe the job's progress.

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Downloading OS Images

You can download OS images and Solaris Flash archives (FLARs) from Sun Microsystems for use in Ops Center. After you download an OS image, you can then create an OS profile to provision the OS onto systems on your network.

OS images and FLARs that you download are automatically associated with the OS Provisioning library. If an OS image is appropriate for use with a profile, a default profile is generated.

Note – You must download OS images in connected mode. There is no support for image download in disconnected mode. If update is configured in disconnected mode, there is no connectivity to the Sun knowledge base (KB). You cannot download ISO images from the local KB because they are not included in the harvester bundle.

To Download an OS Image

1. Click Libraries in the Navigation panel. 2. Click OS Images. A list of OS
1.
Click Libraries in the Navigation panel.
2.
Click OS Images.
A
list of OS images is displayed in the center panel.
3.
Click Download OS Image in the Actions panel.
The Download OS Image wizard is displayed.
4.
In
the Select OS Image list, select the OS image or FLAR that you want to download. OS images that have associated
FLARs display a plus ( + )icon.
To select an OS Image, click the radio button for the OS image that you want to download.
To select a FLAR, click the plus icon for the associated OS image, then click the radio button for the FLAR that
you want to download.
5.
If
a license is associated with the OS image or FLAR that you selected, complete the following actions:
Click View License to display the associated license.
Click Accept License and Download to start the download process.
6.
If
a license is not associated with the OS image or FLAR that you selected, click Download to start the download process.

To Monitor an OS Image Job

You can monitor the progress of the job that downloads an OS image by listing the job in the Jobs panel.

1. Select the Jobs panel.

2. Select All Jobs or In Progress from the Jobs panel, and identify the download OS image job from the list that is displayed.

3. Double-click the download OS image job to display the Job Details panel that describes the job. The Event Log tab displays messages that describe the job's progress.

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Viewing the Available OS Images

You can view the OS images and Solaris Flash archives (FLARs) that are available for use in Ops Center.

To View the Available OS Images

1. Click Libraries in the Navigation panel.

2. Click OS Images. A list of OS images is displayed in the center panel. The OS Images list displays information for OS images and FLARs.

OS Images list displays information for OS images and FLARs. 3. Select an OS image or

3. Select an OS image or FLAR to display the OS Image Details and Files panels for that image or FLAR.

The OS Image Details panel lists the following information about the OS Image or FLAR that you selected:

Field

Description

Image

Displays the user-defined name assigned to the OS image or FLAR.

Name

Image

Indicates if this item is an OS image (ISO) or a Solaris Flash archive (FLAR).

Type

Description

Displays the user-defined description of the OS image or FLAR.

OS Type

Identifies the operating system that the OS image or FLAR represents, for example, Solaris or Red Hat.

Version

Indicates the OS version and architecture of the OS image.

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HVM

Indicates whether the OS image is capable of hardware virtual machine.

Capable

PV Capable

Indicates whether the OS image is capable of paravirtualization.

Parent ISO

FLARs must be associated with a parent OS image to be used for OS provisioning. This field identifies the image name of the parent ISO OS image that is associated with the FLAR.

The Files panel lists the path name of the OS image or FLAR on the Enterprise Controller.

Editing OS Image Information

You can edit the name and description that you assign to an OS image or Solaris Flash archive (FLAR). After you change the name and description of an OS image or FLAR, the OS profiles that use that OS image or FLAR reflect the new information.

To Edit OS Image Information

1. Click Libraries in the Navigation panel.

2. Click OS Images.

A list of OS images is displayed in the center panel.

3. Select the OS image or FLAR for which you want to change the name or description.

4. Click the Edit OS Image icon in the OS Images panel.

In the Edit OS Image panel, change the name and description as desired.

5. Click Save to save your changes.

Deleting OS Images

You can delete an OS image or Solaris Flash archive (FLAR) from its library in Ops Center.

You cannot delete an OS image or FLAR that is currently part of an OS profile. If you attempt to do so, a message is displayed that indicates that the OS Image or FLAR is currently in use.Solaris Flash archive (FLAR) from its library in Ops Center. To Delete an OS Image 1.

To Delete an OS Image

1. Click Libraries in the Navigation panel.

2. Click OS Images.

A list of OS images is displayed in the center panel.

3. Select an OS image or FLAR that you want to delete.

4. Click the Delete OS Image icon.

5. Click Delete in the confirmation message to delete the OS Image or FLAR.

Creating OS Profiles for Solaris Systems

OS profiles describe how Ops Center provisions operating systems onto target systems on your network. You can create different OS profiles to describe the different OS provisioning configurations that you need. You can configure Solaris OS profiles with or without specifying additional JumpStart Enterprise Toolkit (JET) parameters, and to run custom scripts on target systems. JET parameters apply only to Solaris target systems.

Before You Begin

You must load or import an OS image into Ops Center before you can create a profile for a particular OS.and to run custom scripts on target systems. JET parameters apply only to Solaris target systems.

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OS profile names can consist of up to 100 characters and may include numbers, letters, and some special symbols. The following special symbols are prohibited: comma, asterisk, single quote, double quote, parenthesis, question mark, equal sign, and newline.Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center For Solaris target systems, if you want to use JET modules

For Solaris target systems, if you want to use JET modules other than the base_config , custom , and flash modules that are installed in Ops Center by default, base_config, custom, and flash modules that are installed in Ops Center by default, you must install those additional modules on the Proxy Controllers that will use them. Refer to Installing JET Modules for more information about installing JET modules.

You must install any additional JET modules before you use them within an OS profile for Solaris target systems.Modules for more information about installing JET modules. Scripts must exist in a directory that the

Scripts must exist in a directory that the Ops Center Enterprise Controller can access. Scripts may be located in a local directory of the Enterprise Controller, or in a directory that the Enterprise Controller mounts using NFS.use them within an OS profile for Solaris target systems. When you create a password, the

When you create a password, the password must contain at least one character. You cannot create an OS profile that uses a space as a password.a directory that the Enterprise Controller mounts using NFS. The Create OS Profile wizard presents different

The Create OS Profile wizard presents different panels depending on the operating system contained in the OS image that you select. Ops Center provides OS provisioning services for Solaris and Linux. Use the following procedures to create OS profiles for the Solaris operating system.

To Create an OS Profile for Solaris Systems

1. Click Libraries in the Navigation panel. 2. Click OS Profiles. A list of OS
1.
Click Libraries in the Navigation panel.
2.
Click OS Profiles.
A
list of OS profiles is displayed in the center panel.
3.
Click Create OS Profile in the Actions panel.
The Create OS Profile wizard is displayed.
4.
In
the Define Profile panel, provide the following information:

OS Image Select the OS image that you want to associate with this profile. For this procedure, select a Solaris OS image that you have imported into Ops Center.the Define Profile panel, provide the following information: Profile Type Select the Bare Metal option. The

Profile Type Select the Bare Metal option. The Guest option is used to provision guest OS instances on virtualization hosts. The Guest option is only available for x86-based OS images.a Solaris OS image that you have imported into Ops Center. Profile Name Enter a name

Profile Name Enter a name for the new OS profile.The Guest option is only available for x86-based OS images. Description Enter a description for the

Description Enter a description for the new OS profile.OS images. Profile Name Enter a name for the new OS profile. Specify JET Parameters If

Specify JET Parameters If you want to use JET parameters to customize how this profile provisions an OS, select Specify Jet Parameters.OS images. Profile Name Enter a name for the new OS profile. Description Enter a description

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This selection adds the JET Parameters panel to the list of configuration panels in the
This selection adds the JET Parameters panel to the list of configuration panels in the

This selection adds the JET Parameters panel to the list of configuration panels in the Create OS Profile wizard. This selection only applies to OS profiles that are used to provision the Solaris OS. Click Next. If you selected Specify JET Parameters in the Define Profile panel, the JET Parameters panel is displayed. Continue to the next step.

If you did not select Specify JET Parameters in the Define Profile panel, and you did not select a FLAR from the OS Image list, the Specify Distribution panel is displayed. Skip the next step.

5. If the JET Parameters panel is displayed, provide the following information:

JET Modules

JET Modules

JET Modules

Enter a comma-separated list of JET module names. Enter the names of any additional JET modules that you have installed on the Proxy Controller that will perform the OS provisioning operations described by this OS profile. The base_config, custom, and flash JET modules are always installed, and you do not need to specify them here. Refer to Installing JET Modules for more information about JET module names. Jet Parameters Use the Add icon in the Jet Parameters list to add JET name-value pairs. In the Name field, enter the name of the JET parameter that you want to add. In the Value field, enter the value that you want to assign to the JET parameter. Refer to Installing JET Modules for more information about JET parameters. Click Next. The Specify Distribution panel is displayed if you did not select a FLAR from the OS Image list.

6. In the Specify Distribution panel, select the distribution types that you want to use from the Available list, and add them to the Selected list. For Solaris OS profiles, select only one distribution type. Click Next.

Caution – The Core distribution in Solaris 10 and Solaris 8 OS does not contain

Caution – The Core distribution in Solaris 10 and Solaris 8 OS does not contain the SSH package by default. Hence, Ops Center cannot provision the agent after OS Provisioning. The workaround is to manually provision the agent on the system. See Installing Agents Manually.

The Specify Parameters panel is displayed.

7. In the Specify Parameters panel, provide the following information:

Language

Language

Language
Language
Language
Language
Language
Language

Select a language from the list.

Time Zone Select a time zone from the list.

Root Password Enter a password for the root user on systems provisioned using this OS profile. The password must contain at least one character. You cannot use a space as a password.

Confirm Password Re-enter the password that you specified in the previous field.

Specify NIS Settings Select this option if you want systems that are provisioned using this profile to be configured as NIS clients. This selection adds the NIS Settings panel to the list of configuration panels in the Create OS Profile wizard. You cannot use this option with the Specify LDAP Settings option.

Specify LDAP Settings Select this option if you want systems that are provisioned using this profile to be configured as LDAP clients. This selection adds the LDAP Settings panel to the list of configuration panels in the Create OS Profile wizard. You cannot use this option with the Specify NIS Settings option. Add Scripts Select this option if you want to run specific scripts on the target system. This selection adds the Add Scripts panel to the list of configuration panels in the Create OS Profile wizard. Click Next. The panel that is displayed next depends on the options that you selected in this panel.

8. If you selected Specify NIS Settings in the Specify Parameters panel, the NIS Settings panel is displayed. Provide the following information to configure the target system as an NIS client:

Enable NIS

Enable NIS

Enable NIS
Enable NIS

Select this option if you want the target system to run as an NIS client after OS provisioning is complete.

Domain Name Enter the name of the NIS domain to which the target system will bind. NIS Server IP If this field is active, enter the IP address of the NIS server to which the target system will bind. Click Next. The panel that is displayed next depends on the options that you selected in the Specify Parameters panel.

9. If you selected Specify LDAP Settings in the Specify Parameters panel, the LDAP Settings panel is displayed. Provide the following information to configure the target system as an LDAP client:

panel is displayed. Provide the following information to configure the target system as an LDAP client:

Enable LDAP

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Select this option if you want the target system to run as an LDAP client after OS provisioning is complete.

LDAP Server IP Enter the IP address of the LDAP server for the domain that you enter in the Domain Name field.to run as an LDAP client after OS provisioning is complete. Domain Name Enter the name

Domain Name Enter the name of the LDAP domain that the target system will use. Click Next. The panel that is displayed next depends on the options that you selected in the Specify Parameters panel.for the domain that you enter in the Domain Name field. 10. If you selected Add

10. If you selected Add Scripts in the Specify Parameters panel, the Add Scripts panel is displayed after either the Specify Parameters, NIS Settings, or LDAP Settings panels. Click the Add icon to add scripts to run on the target system. The Browse Server icon enables you to locate scripts by browsing the file systems that are available to the Enterprise Controller. For each script that you add, choose one of the following three script types:

post Indicates that the script will run after the OS installation completes on the target system.you add, choose one of the following three script types: pre Indicates that the script will

pre Indicates that the script will run before the OS installation begins on the target system.after the OS installation completes on the target system. postnochroot Indicates that the script will run

postnochroot Indicates that the script will run after the OS installation completes on the target system, and that chroot (1M) functions are disallowed. The postnochroot type is only applicable to Red Hat target chroot (1M) functions are disallowed. The postnochroot type is only applicable to Red Hat target systems. Click Next. The Define Partitions panel is displayed.

Click Next. The Define Partitions panel is displayed. 11. In the Define Partitions panel, define the

11. In the Define Partitions panel, define the disk partitions and file systems that you want to create on the target system. Click the Add icon to define a new partition. The root (/) and a swap file system are defined by default. For each partition that you define, provide the following information:

Mount Point Enter a directory to use as a mount point for partitions that use the ufs or unnamed file system type. Swap file systems disable this field. ufs or unnamed file system type. Swap file systems disable this field.

Device Enter the rootdisk keyword and a slice value to describe a partition on the target system's boot rootdisk keyword and a slice value to describe a partition on the target system's boot disk, for example, rootdisk.s0, or enter the logical device name, for example, c1t0d0s0, of the partition that you want to create.

File System Select a file system type: ufs , unnamed , swap , or zfs . ufs, unnamed, swap, or zfs.

Specify Size Select this option to specify a specific size for a partition. If you want a single partition to use all of the remaining space on the disk, deselect this option.a file system type: ufs , unnamed , swap , or zfs . Size (MB) With

Size (MB) With the Specify Size option selected for a partition, enter the size that you want to assign to the partition, expressed in MBytes.size for a partition. If you want a single partition to use all of the remaining

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Click Next. The Summary panel is displayed.

12. The Summary page displays the information that you specified in all of the preceding panels in the Create OS Profile wizard. If the summary information is correct, click Save OS Profile.

Creating OS Profiles for Linux Systems

OS profiles describe how Ops Center provisions operating systems onto target systems on your network. You can create different OS profiles to describe the different OS provisioning configurations that you need.

Before You Begin

You must load or import an OS image into Ops Center before you can create
You must load or import an OS image into Ops Center before you can create

You must load or import an OS image into Ops Center before you can create a profile for a particular OS.

OS profile names can consist of up to 100 characters and may include numbers, letters,

OS profile names can consist of up to 100 characters and may include numbers, letters, and some special symbols. The following special symbols are prohibited: comma, asterisk, single quote, double quote, parenthesis, question mark, equal sign, and newline.

When you create a password, the password must contain at least one character. You cannot

When you create a password, the password must contain at least one character. You cannot create an OS profile that uses a space as a password.

If

you have custom scripts that you want to run on target systems, those scripts must exist in a directory that the Ops

Center Enterprise Controller can access. Scripts may be located in a local directory of the Enterprise Controller, or in a

directory that the Enterprise Controller mounts using NFS.

The Create OS Profile wizard presents different panels depending on the operating system contained in the OS image that you select. Ops Center provides OS provisioning services for Solaris, RHEL, and SLES Linux. Use the following procedures to create OS profiles for Red Hat Linux and SUSE Linux operating systems.

To Create an OS Profile for Linux Target Systems

1.

Click Libraries in the Navigation panel.

2.

Click OS Profiles.

A

list of OS profiles is displayed in the center panel.

3.

Click Create OS Profile in the Actions panel.

The Create OS Profile wizard is displayed.

4.

In

the Define Profile panel, provide the following information:

 

OS Image Select an OS Image to associate with this profile. For this procedure, select a Red Hat Linux or SUSE Linux OS image that you have imported into Ops Center. 

Profile Type Select the Bare Metal option.SUSE Linux OS image that you have imported into Ops Center. Profile Name Enter a name

Profile Name Enter a name for the new OS profile.into Ops Center. Profile Type Select the Bare Metal option. Description Enter a description for the

Description Enter a description for the new OS profile. Click Next. The Specify Distribution panel is displayed.option. Profile Name Enter a name for the new OS profile. 5. In the Specify Distribution

5.

In

the Specify Distribution panel, select the distribution types that you want to use from the Available list, and add them

to

the Selected list. For Linux OS profiles, you may select more than one distribution type.

For RHEL profiles, the Specify Linux Packages check box appears. Select the Specify Linux Packages check box. The Additional/Excluded Linux Packages text box appears. Type the names of Linux packages that you want to include or exclude in the text box. Click Next. The Specify Parameters panel is displayed.

6.

In

the Specify Parameters panel, provide the following information:

Language Select a language from the list.Specify Parameters panel, provide the following information: Time Zone Select a time zone from the list.

Time Zone Select a time zone from the list.information: Language Select a language from the list. Root Password Enter a password for the root

Root Password Enter a password for the root user on systems that are provisioned using this OS profile. root user on systems that are provisioned using this OS profile.

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Confirm Password Re-enter the password that you specified in the previous field.Oracle® Enterprise Manager Ops Center Specify NIS Settings Select this option if you want systems that

Specify NIS Settings Select this option if you want systems that are provisioned using this profile to be configured as NIS clients. This selection adds the NIS Settings panel to the list of configuration panels in the Create OS Profile wizard. You cannot use this option with the Specify LDAP Settings option.the password that you specified in the previous field. Specify LDAP Settings Select this option if

Specify LDAP Settings Select this option if you want the systems that are provisioned using this profile to be configured as LDAP clients. This selection adds the LDAP Settings panel to the list of configuration panels in the Create OS Profile wizard. You cannot use this option with the Specify NIS Settings option.use this option with the Specify LDAP Settings option. Add Scripts Select this option if you

Add Scripts Select this option if you want to run specific scripts on the target system. This selection adds the Add Scripts panel to the list of configuration panels in the Create OS Profile wizard. Click Next. The panel that is displayed next depends on the options that you selected in this panel.cannot use this option with the Specify NIS Settings option. 7. If you selected Specify NIS

7.

If you selected Specify NIS Settings in the Specify Parameters panel, the NIS Settings panel is displayed. Provide the following information to configure the target system as an NIS client:

Enable NIS Select this option if you want the target system to run as an NIS client after OS provisioning is complete.information to configure the target system as an NIS client: Domain Name Enter the name of

Domain Name Enter the name of the NIS domain to which the target system will bind.to run as an NIS client after OS provisioning is complete. NIS Server IP If this

NIS Server IP If this field is active, enter the IP address of the NIS server to which the target system will bind. Click Next. The panel that is displayed next depends on the options that you selected in the Specify Parameters panel.name of the NIS domain to which the target system will bind. 8. If you selected

8.

If you selected Specify LDAP Settings in the Specify Parameters panel, the LDAP Settings panel is displayed. Provide the following information to configure the target system as an LDAP client:

Enable LDAP Select this option if you want the target system to run as an LDAP client after OS provisioning is complete.to configure the target system as an LDAP client: LDAP Server IP Enter the IP address

LDAP Server IP Enter the IP address of the LDAP server for the domain that you enter in the Domain Name field.to run as an LDAP client after OS provisioning is complete. Domain Name Enter the name

Domain Name Enter the name of the LDAP domain that the target system will use. Click Next. The panel that is displayed next depends on the options that you selected in the Specify Parameters panel.for the domain that you enter in the Domain Name field. 9. If you selected Add

9.

If you selected Add Scripts in the Specify Parameters panel, the Add Scripts panel is displayed after either the Specify Parameters, NIS Settings, or LDAP Settings panels. Click the Add icon to add scripts to run on the target system. The Browse Server icon enables you to locate scripts by browsing the file systems that are available to the Enterprise Controller. For each script that you add, choose one of the following script types:

post Indicates that the script will run after the OS installation completes on the target system.that you add, choose one of the following script types: pre Indicates that the script will

pre Indicates that the script will run before the OS installation begins on the target system.after the OS installation completes on the target system. postnochroot (Red Hat target systems) Indicates that

postnochroot (Red Hat target systems) Indicates that the script will run after the OS installation completes on the target system, and that chroot (1M) functions are disallowed. Click Next. The panel that is displayed next depends on chroot (1M) functions are disallowed. Click Next. The panel that is displayed next depends on the Linux OS image that you selected at the beginning of this procedure.

10.

If you selected a Red Hat OS image, the Specify Red Hat Preferences panel is displayed. Provide the following information:

Installation Number (Optional) Enter the installation number used to allow installation of all of the Red Hat software that is included in your subscription.panel is displayed. Provide the following information: Partition Action Choose how you want to affect the

Partition Action Choose how you want to affect the disk partitions on the target system:the Red Hat software that is included in your subscription. Remove all Linux Partitions Select this

Remove all Linux Partitions Select this option to remove any existing Linux partitions, establish new partitions according to your specifications, and retain non-Linux partitions.you want to affect the disk partitions on the target system: Preserve all existing partitions Select

Preserve all existing partitions Select this option to preserve all existing partitions. You will need to define partitions, outside of the partitions that exist, in which to install the OS.to your specifications, and retain non-Linux partitions. Remove all partitions Select this option to remove all

Remove all partitions Select this option to remove all existing partitions and establish new partitions according to yourexisting partitions. You will need to define partitions, outside of the partitions that exist, in which

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specifications. MD5 Checksum Select this option to use MD5 encryption for user passwords.

specifications. MD5 Checksum Select this option to use MD5 encryption for user passwords.

Initialize Disk Label

Initialize Disk Label

Initialize Disk Label
Initialize Disk Label
Initialize Disk Label

Select this option to initialize labels on new disks. This option creates labels that are appropriate for the target system architecture.

Clear Master Boot Record Select this option to clear all invalid partition tables.

Reboot System After Installation Select this option to reboot the target system after the OS installation completes. Use Shadow Passwords Select this option to use an /etc/shadow file to store passwords on the target system. Click Next. The Define Partitions panel is displayed.

11. If you selected a SUSE Linux OS image, the Specify SUSE Preferences panel is displayed. Provide the following information:

FTP Proxy Server

FTP Proxy Server

FTP Proxy Server
FTP Proxy Server
FTP Proxy Server

Enter the name of the FTP proxy server if one is needed to support FTP services.

HTTP Proxy Server Enter the name of the HTTP proxy server if one is needed to support HTTP services.

Enable Proxy Servers Select this option if you want to enable the FTP and HTTP proxy servers that you specified in the FTP Proxy Server and HTTP Proxy Server fields. Reboot System After Installation Select this option if you want the target system to reboot after the OS installation completes. Click Next. The Define Partitions panel is displayed.

12. In the Define Partitions panel, define the disk partitions and file systems that you want to create on the target system. Click the Add icon to define a new partition. The root (/) and swap file systems are defined by default. For each partition that you define, provide the following information:

Mount Point

Mount Point

Mount Point
Mount Point
Mount Point
Mount Point

Enter a directory to use as a mount point for partitions that use any file system type except swap. Swap file systems disable this field.

Device Enter the logical device name, for example, sda or /dev/sda, of the partition that you want to create.

File System Select a file system type. Red Hat Linux profiles list vfat, ext2, ext3, or swap file system types. SUSE Linux profiles list jfs, xfs, reiser, ext2, ext3, and swap file system types.

Specify Size Select this option to specify a specific size for a partition. If you want a single partition to use all of the remaining space on the disk, deselect this option. Size (MB) When you select the Specify Size option, enter the size that you want to assign to the partition, expressed in MBytes. Click Next. The Summary panel is displayed.

13. The Summary page displays the information that you specified in the preceding panels in the Create OS Profile wizard. If the summary information is correct, click Save OS Profile.

Importing JET Templates

You can import a JumpStart Enterprise Toolkit (JET) template to create a Solaris OS profile. You can then use the OS profile to provision the Solaris OS on one or more target systems. You can use a JET template only to create a Solaris OS profile.

Before You Begin

JET templates must exist in a directory that the Ops Center Enterprise Controller can access. JET templates can be located in a local directory of the Enterprise Controller, or in a directory that the Enterprise Controller mounts using NFS.only to create a Solaris OS profile. Before You Begin OS profile names can consist of

OS profile names can consist of up to 100 characters and may include numbers, letters, and some special symbols. The following special symbols are prohibited: comma, asterisk, single quote, double quote, parenthesis, question mark, equalin a local directory of the Enterprise Controller, or in a directory that the Enterprise Controller

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sign, and newline.

To Import a JET Template

1.

Click Libraries in the Navigation panel.

2.

Click OS Profiles.

A

list of OS profiles is displayed in the center panel.

3.

Click Import JET Template in the Actions panel.

The Import JET Template wizard is displayed.

4.

In

the General Information panel, provide the following information:

 

Profile Name Enter a name for the new OS profile. 

Description Enter a description for the new OS profile.  Profile Name Enter a name for the new OS profile. OS Image Choose the OS

OS Image Choose the OS Image that you want to associate with this profile. Only Solaris OS images display in the OS Image list.Description Enter a description for the new OS profile. JET Template Enter the path name of

JET Template Enter the path name of the JET template that you want to use to create the OS profile. The Browse button enables you to locate JET templates by browsing the file systems that are available to the Enterprise Controller.Only Solaris OS images display in the OS Image list.   Click Next. The Summary page

 

Click Next. The Summary page is displayed.

5.

Review the information in the Summary page, and click Import if it is correct.

You can verify that the new OS profile exists by selecting the OS Profiles tab in the OS Provisioning library.

To View the Available OS Profiles

You can view the OS profiles that exist in Ops Center.

1. Click Libraries in the Navigation panel.

2. Click OS Profiles.

A list of OS profiles is displayed in the center panel.

3. Select an OS profile from the OS Profiles list. OS Profile Details for the OS profile are displayed.

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Editing an OS Profile

You can edit existing OS profiles. When you import an OS image into Ops Center, a default OS profile is created automatically. In many cases, you must edit this default profile to match your specific system and configuration requirements. In addition, your OS provisioning requirements might change, which might cause you to change information within your OS profiles.

The following procedure describes all of the panels that the Edit OS Profile wizard might present, including the panels that are specific to Solaris and to Red Hat and SUSE Linux profiles. When editing an OS profile, you only need to edit the specific fields that contain information that you want to change. Leave alone any field that you do not want to change.

Before You Begin

You can change nearly all of the information that is specified in an OS profile, but some exceptions exist.any field that you do not want to change. Before You Begin For Solaris target systems,

For Solaris target systems, if you want to use JET modules other than the base_config , custom and flash modules that are installed in Ops Center by default, you base_config, custom and flash modules that are installed in Ops Center by default, you must install those additional modules on the Proxy Controllers that will use them. Refer to Installing JET Modules for more information about installing JET modules.

To Edit an OS Profile

1. Click Libraries in the Navigation panel.

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A list of OS profiles is displayed in the center panel.

3.

Select an OS profile from the OS Profiles list. The OS Profile Details for the OS profile that you selected are displayed.

 

4.

Click the Edit OS Profile icon. The Define Profile panel of the Edit OS Profile wizard is displayed. The Edit OS Profile wizard presents the same panels as the Create OS Profile wizard. Refer to Creating OS Profiles for Solaris Systems for more information about the

information required to create OS profiles.

 

5.

In

the Define Profile panel, you cannot change the OS Image or Profile Type selections. You can change the following

information in the Define Profile panel:

   

Profile Name Enter a name for the OS profile.   

Description Enter a description for the OS profile.    Profile Name Enter a name for the OS profile. Specify JET Parameters (Solaris OS

Specify JET Parameters (Solaris OS profiles only) If the profile that you are editing has additional JET parameters that you want to change, select Specify JET Parameters. The JET Parameters panel is displayed, where you can make your desired changes. If you do not select this option, the JET Parameters panel is not displayed, and no change is made to any additional JET parameters that are associated with this OS profile.profile. Description Enter a description for the OS profile.   Click Next.     If you

 

Click Next.

Click Next.
 
 
  If you selected Specify JET Parameters in the Define Profile panel, the JET Parameters panel

If you selected Specify JET Parameters in the Define Profile panel, the JET Parameters panel is displayed.

 

If you did not select Specify JET Parameters in the Define Profile panel, the Specify Distribution panel is displayed.

6.

If

the JET Parameters panel is displayed, you can change the following information:

 
   

JET Modules Enter a comma-separated list of JET module names. Enter the names of any additional JET modules that you have installed on the Proxy Controller that will perform the OS provisioning operations described by this OS profile. The base_config , custom , and flash JET modules are always installed, and you do not base_config, custom, and flash JET modules are always installed, and you do not need to specify them here. Refer to Installing JET Modules for more information about JET module names.

Jet Parameters Use this list to add or remove JET name-value pairs.JET Modules for more information about JET module names. To add a name-value pair, click the

To add a name-value pair, click the Add icon. In the Name field, enter the name of the JET parameter that you want to add. In the Value field, enter the value that you want to assign to the JET parameter.Use this list to add or remove JET name-value pairs. To remove a name-value pair, select

To remove a name-value pair, select the row for the name-value pair, then click the Remove icon. Refer to Installing JET Modules for more information about JET parameters. Installing JET Modules for more information about JET parameters.

 

Click Next. The Specify Distribution panel is displayed.

7.

In

the Specify Distribution panel, you can use the Add, Add All, Remove, or Remove All buttons to select the distribution

types that you want to use from the Available list, and add them to the Selected list. (Solaris OS profiles) Select only one distribution type.

use from the Available list, and add them to the Selected list. (Solaris OS profiles) Select
use from the Available list, and add them to the Selected list. (Solaris OS profiles) Select
 
 

(Red Hat and SUSE Linux OS profiles) Select all distribution types that are appropriate for the desired installation.

8.

Click Next. The Specify Parameters panel is displayed.

 

9.

In

the Specify Parameters panel, you can change the following information:

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Language Select a language from the list.Time Zone Select a time zone from the list. Root Password Enter a password for

Time Zone Select a time zone from the list.Language Select a language from the list. Root Password Enter a password for the root user

Root Password Enter a password for the root user on systems provisioned using this OS profile. root user on systems provisioned using this OS profile.

Confirm Password Re-enter the password that you specified in the previous field.root user on systems provisioned using this OS profile. Specify NIS Settings Select this option if

Specify NIS Settings Select this option if you want the systems that are provisioned using this profile to be configured as NIS clients, or if you want to change the NIS settings that are specified in this OS profile. This selection adds the NIS Settings panel to the list of configuration panels in the Create OS Profile wizard. You cannot use this option with the Specify LDAP Settings option.the password that you specified in the previous field. Specify LDAP Settings Select this option if

Specify LDAP Settings Select this option if you want the systems that are provisioned using this profile to be configured as LDAP clients, or if you want to change the LDAP settings that are specified in this OS profile. This selection adds the LDAP Settings panel to the list of configuration panels in the Create OS Profile wizard. You cannot use this option with the Specify NIS Settings option.use this option with the Specify LDAP Settings option. Add Scripts Select this option if you

Add Scripts Select this option if you want to run specific scripts on the target system, or if you want to change the script details that are specified in this OS profile. This selection adds the Add Scripts panel to the list of configuration panels in the Create OS Profile wizard.of configuration panels in the Create OS Profile wizard. You cannot use this option with the

If you deselect any of the options in this panel, the values that were previously specified for those options remain unchanged. Click Next. The panel that is displayed depends on the options that you selected in this panel.

10. If you selected Specify NIS Settings in the Specify Parameters panel, the NIS Settings panel is displayed. In the NIS Settings panel, you can change the following information to configure the target system as an NIS client:

Enable NIS Select this option if you want the target system to run as an NIS client after OS provisioning is complete.Domain Name Enter the name of the NIS domain to which the target system will

Domain Name Enter the name of the NIS domain to which the target system will bind.to run as an NIS client after OS provisioning is complete. Find a NIS Server Select

Find a NIS Server Select this option to cause the target system to identify an NIS server in the domain that you specified in the Domain Name field.name of the NIS domain to which the target system will bind. Specify a NIS Server

Specify a NIS Server Select this option to activate the NIS Server IP field.in the domain that you specified in the Domain Name field. NIS Server IP If this

NIS Server IP If this field is active, enter the IP address of the NIS server to which the target system will bind.that you specified in the Domain Name field. Specify a NIS Server Select this option to

Click Next. The panel that is displayed depends on the options that you selected in the Specify Parameters panel.

11. If you selected Specify LDAP Settings in the Specify Parameters panel, the LDAP Settings panel is displayed. In the LDAP Settings panel, you can change the following information to configure the target system as an LDAP client:

Enable LDAP Select this option if you want the target system to run as an LDAP client after OS provisioning is complete.Server IP Enter the IP address of the LDAP server for the domain that you

Server IP Enter the IP address of the LDAP server for the domain that you enter in the Domain Name field.to run as an LDAP client after OS provisioning is complete. Domain Name Enter the name

Domain Name Enter the name of the LDAP domain that the target system will use.is complete. Server IP Enter the IP address of the LDAP server for the domain that

Click Next. The panel that is displayed depends on the options that you selected in the Specify Parameters panel.

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To add a script to run on the target system, click the Add icon. The Browse Server icon enables you to locate scripts by browsing the file systems that are available to the Enterprise Controller. For each script that you add, choose one of the following script types:

post Indicates that the script will run after the OS installation completes on the target system.pre Indicates that the script will run before the OS installation begins on the target

pre Indicates that the script will run before the OS installation begins on the target system.after the OS installation completes on the target system. postnochroot (Red Hat target systems) Indicates that

postnochroot (Red Hat target systems) Indicates that the script will run after the OS installation completes on the target system, and that chroot (1M) functions are disallowed. chroot (1M) functions are disallowed.

To remove a script, select the row for the script, then click the Remove icon. Click Next.

For Solaris OS profiles, the Define Partitions panel is displayed.row for the script, then click the Remove icon. Click Next. For Red Hat and SUSE

For Red Hat and SUSE Linux OS profiles, the panel that is displayed depends on the Linux OS image that is associated with the OS profile.OS profiles, the Define Partitions panel is displayed. 13. If the OS profile is associated with

13. If the OS profile is associated with a Red Hat OS image, the Specify Red Hat Preferences panel is displayed. In this panel, you can change the following preferences:

Installation Number (Optional) Enter the installation number used to allow installation of all of the Red Hat software that is included in your subscription.Partition Action Choose how you want to affect the disk partitions on the target system:

Partition Action Choose how you want to affect the disk partitions on the target system:the Red Hat software that is included in your subscription. Remove all Linux Partitions Select this

Remove all Linux Partitions Select this option to remove any existing Linux partitions, establish new

Remove all Linux Partitions Select this option to remove any existing Linux partitions, establish new partitions according to your specifications, and retain non-Linux partitions.

Preserve all existing partitions

Preserve all existing partitions

Preserve all existing partitions

Select this option to preserve all existing partitions. You will need to define new partitions in which to install the OS. Remove all partitions Select this option to remove all existing partitions and establish new partitions according to your specifications.

MD5 Checksum Select this option to use MD5 encryption for user passwords.establish new partitions according to your specifications. Initialize Disk Label Select this option to initialize

Initialize Disk Label Select this option to initialize labels on new disks. This option creates labels that are appropriate for the target system architecture.Select this option to use MD5 encryption for user passwords. Clear Master Boot Record Select this

Clear Master Boot Record Select this option to clear all invalid partition tables.that are appropriate for the target system architecture. Reboot System After Installation Select this option to

Reboot System After Installation Select this option to reboot the target system after the OS installation completes.Select this option to clear all invalid partition tables. Use Shadow Passwords Select this option to

Use Shadow Passwords Select this option to use an /etc/shadow file to store passwords on the target system. /etc/shadow file to store passwords on the target system.

Click Next. The Define Partitions panel is displayed.

14. If the OS profile is associated with a SUSE Linux OS image, the Specify SUSE Preferences panel is displayed. In the Specify SUSE Preferences panel, you can change the following preferences:

FTP Proxy Server Enter the name of the FTP proxy server if one is needed to support FTP services.HTTP Proxy Server Enter the name of the HTTP proxy server if one is needed

HTTP Proxy Server Enter the name of the HTTP proxy server if one is needed to support HTTP services.FTP proxy server if one is needed to support FTP services. Enable Proxy Servers Select this

Enable Proxy Servers Select this option if you want to enable the FTP and HTTP proxy servers that you specified in the FTP Proxy Server and HTTP Proxy Server fields.HTTP proxy server if one is needed to support HTTP services. Reboot System After Installation Select

Reboot System After Installation Select this option if you want the target system to reboot after the OS installation completes.you want to enable the FTP and HTTP proxy servers that you specified in the FTP

Click Next. The Define Partitions panel is displayed.

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system. Click the Add icon to define a new partition. The root (/) and a swap file system are defined by default. For each partition that you define, provide the following information:

Mount Point Enter a directory to use as a mount point for partitions that use any file system type except swap . Swap file systems disable this field. swap. Swap file systems disable this field.

Device (Solaris OS profiles) Enter the rootdisk keyword and a slice value to describe a partition on the target system's boot rootdisk keyword and a slice value to describe a partition on the target system's boot disk, for example, rootdisk.s0, or enter the logical device name, for example, c1t0d0s0 of the partition that you want to create. (Red Hat or SUSE Linux OS profiles) Enter the logical device name, for example, sda or /dev/sda, of the partition that you want to create.

File System Select a file system type:or /dev/sda , of the partition that you want to create. (Solaris OS profiles) ufs ,

(Solaris OS profiles) ufs , unnamed , or swap

(Solaris OS profiles) ufs, unnamed, or swap

(Red Hat Linux profiles) vfat , ext2 , ext3 , or swap

(Red Hat Linux profiles) vfat, ext2, ext3, or swap

(Red Hat Linux profiles) vfat , ext2 , ext3 , or swap

(SUSE Linux profiles) jfs, xfs, reiser, ext2, ext3, and swap

Specify Size If you want to enter a specific size for a partition, select this option. If you want a partition to use all of the remaining space on the disk, you can deselect this option for only one partition.profiles) jfs , xfs , reiser , ext2 , ext3 , and swap Size (MB) When

Size (MB) When you select the Specify Size option, enter the size that you want to assign to the partition, expressed in MBytes.you want a partition to use all of the remaining space on the disk, you can

When you select the Specify Size option, enter the size that you want to assign to
When you select the Specify Size option, enter the size that you want to assign to

Click Next. The Summary panel is displayed.

16. The Summary page displays the information that you specified in the preceding panels in the Edit OS Profile wizard. The Summary page also displays existing OS profile information from panels that you chose not to view. If the summary information is correct, click Save OS Profile.

To Clone an OS Profile

You can create a copy of an existing OS profile, and use it as a basis for further customization. Copying an OS profile is referred to as cloning an OS profile.

1.

Click Libraries in the Navigation panel.

2.

Click OS Profiles.

A

list of OS profiles is displayed in the center panel.

3.

Select an OS profile from the OS Profiles list.

The OS Profile Details for the OS profile that you selected are displayed.

4.

Select the Clone OS Profile icon. The Clone OS Profile dialog box is displayed.

5.

Enter a name for the clone in the New Profile Name field, and click Clone. The new OS profile displays in the OS Profiles list.

6.

If

you want to customize the new OS profile, follow the procedure described in Editing an OS Profile.

Deleting an OS Profile

You can delete an existing OS profile. However, you cannot delete an OS profile that is currently being used to provision an operating system.

To Delete an OS Profile

1. Click Libraries in the Navigation panel.

2. Click OS Profiles.

A list of OS profiles is displayed in the center panel.

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3. Select an OS profile from the OS Profiles list. The OS Profile Details for the OS profile that you selected are displayed.

4. Click the Delete OS Profile icon. A confirmation dialog box is displayed.

5. Click Delete in the confirmation dialog box. The OS profile is removed from the OS Profiles list.

Installing JET Modules

You must manually install any JumpStart Enterprise Toolkit (JET) modules, beyond the base_config, custom, and flash JET modules that are installed by default, onto the Ops Center Proxy Controllers where they will be used for OS provisioning. A Ops Center Proxy Controller installation includes the SUNWjet and JetFLASH packages, which provide the base_config, custom, and flash JET modules. Additional modules that you might install require that the SUNWjet package already be installed.

JET modules are only used on Solaris OS-based Ops Center Proxy Controllers. Do not install JET modules on RHEL-based Proxy Controllers.

To install additional JET modules, you must download the JET datastream package, jet.pkg, and use it to install the packages that deliver the modules that you want to use. The JET datastream package contains the complete set of JET packages.

Working with JET modules and parameters in Ops Center requires the following tasks and resources:

JET Resources and Documentationin Ops Center requires the following tasks and resources: To Check for Installed JET Modules To

To Check for Installed JET Modulestasks and resources: JET Resources and Documentation To Install a JET Module JET Module Parameters The

To Install a JET Moduleand Documentation To Check for Installed JET Modules JET Module Parameters The following table lists the

JET Module ParametersTo Check for Installed JET Modules To Install a JET Module The following table lists the

The following table lists the JET modules that jet.pkg contains, their associated package names, and if the package is installed by default.

JET Module

JET Package

Installed

Description

Name

by

Default

base_config

SUNWjet

Yes

Provides the standard installation configuration for the client, including the information required to set up the JumpStart server to allow the client to boot and build

custom

SUNWjet

Yes

Adds functionality to the JumpStart framework to handle packages, patches, scripts, and files

explo

JetEXPLO

No

Adds explorer support to the JET JumpStart framework

flash

JetFLASH

Yes

Adds the ability for the JumpStart server to deliver Solaris images in Solaris Flash format

n/a

JetISO

No

Adds JET utilities to manage lofi mounting and sharing of ISO images

jass

JetJASS

Yes

Adds the ability for the JumpStart server to install, configure, and execute JASS

ldom

JetLDOM

Yes

Adds capability to install and configure Logical Domains

N/A

JetRBAC

No

Enables non-root users to run JET using the Role Based Access Control (RBAC) facility

san

JetSAN

No

Installs and patches the SAN Foundation kit and SNIA packages, and configures STMS

sbd

JetSBD

No

Adds capability to configure the Secure by Default feature in Solaris 10

sds

JetSDS

No

Adds Solstice DiskSuite (Solaris Volume Manager) support to the JumpStart framework

vts

JetVTS

No

Adds support for installation of the Sun VTS software under the JumpStart framework

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N/A

JetWanBoot

No

Adds the WAN Boot allocation methods to the JET framework

zfs

JetZFS

No

Adds capability to configure ZFS file systems on JumpStart clients

zones

JetZONES

No

Allows creation of simple zones on Solaris 10 systems

N/A

SUNWjetd

No

Installs the JET User Guide, /opt/SUNWjet/doc/jet_userguide.pdf

JET Resources and Documentation

The following table lists sources of information about JET, and the location where you can download the JET datastream package.

Content

Description

This page presents the JET disclaimer, and links to blogs and JET downloads.

on

Sun

This link gets you to the Sun Downloads listing, indexed for the alphabetic group that includes the datastream package, jet.pkg for the JumpStart Enterprise Toolkit. The latest version available at this time (November, 2008) is 4.4.7.