This causes some normally-configured mail servers (e.g. Sendmail, Exchange) to respond that the sender e-mail address is invalid, and refuse to accept the e-mail for delivery, meaning that notifications do not get through and the feature is unusable.
MAIL FROM: email@example.com
The hostname is set correctly in /etc/nodename, /etc/hosts, etc. and is displayed correctly at all times in Solaris itself - it just seems to be unavailable to the ALOM, and perhaps because of this it is generating an invalid 'from' address for notifications. That's my theory anyway - can anyone back this up or offer any suggestions?
sc> showsc sys_hostname sc> setsc sys_hostname test Error: Invalid configuration parameter sc>