And the answer to my question was......>
>Are you actually doing "boot net - install" or just boot net?
>Darren Dunham firstname.lastname@example.org
>Unix System Administrator Taos - The SysAdmin Company
>Got some Dr Pepper? Santa Clara, CA
As I suspected...it was something glaringly obvious. Force of habit ("boot
net") got the best of me.
> Hi all. I have a problem getting my Jumpstart installations to run the way
> they're supposed to. As near as I can determine, the rules file has
> to do with the problem. I have two profiles set up, "dt_profile", and
> "svr_profile". The rules file is simple. For each hostname, there is a
> hostname sun4U-2-6-1 - dt_profile -
> hostname sun4U-2-6-2 - dt_profile -
> hostname sun4U-2-6-8 - svr_profile -
> hostname sun4U-2-6-9 - srv_profile -
> and roughly the same for 4U machines with 2.7, and 4M machines with 2.6 and
> 2.7. the last line in the file is:
> any - - dt_profile -
> The profiles are simple too:
> install_type initial_install
> system_type standalone
> partitioning default
> cluster SUNWCuser
> svr_profile is identical, except that the cluster is "SUNWCXall".
> The jumpstart directory is shared properly, and the profiles and rules have
> permissions set to rwxrwxrwx, so that shouldn't be the problem. I've changed
> my install clients via add_install_client to set the jumpstart directory, and
> I've triple checked my spelling and capitalization of the hostnames in the
> rules file.
> Every machine that I install, however, proceeds to the interactive install
> instead of using the jumpstart settings. Ime fairly sure I'm missing
> glaringly obvious, but I sure don't know what.
> I beg you :)
Adrian Stovall Adrians@solarsystems.com
Solar Systems & Peripherals, Inc. http://www.solarsystems.com
1 (800) 253-5764
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