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Yes, you can create a Solaris 10 zone within Solaris 11, and use Jumpstart within that.
Sorry, meant to include this link on how to do it w/ S11E. Process s/b the same:
I looked at the link and I could run the same process within a zone for jumpstart?
So I could create a zone and inside the zone run jumpstart inside the zone?
The services needed for Jumpstart can be run either in a zone or in the global zone with Solaris 11.
Can I migrate my jumpstart flar to Solaris 11 zone?
I'm not sure I understand your question exactly, but you can create Solaris 10 branded zones in Solaris 11 using flash archives. See http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E26502_01/html/E29024/gjfbq.html#scrolltoc
Yes, you can run JumpStart inside an S11 zone, I use JET this way now.
You need to add the DHCP services (for PXE boots). Also thre is no flar command, so if you use JET or have any scripts that reference it just grab some flar info output and have a script (called flar) echo it out :-)
I gave up on running it from a zone but I am trying to run it as a service I followed the steps up to add_install_client now I get this problem:
./add_install_client -e 0:14:4f:3c:4a:de -s 52WWYK-AS-1416:/aipool/jumpstart/s10u11_sparc/Solaris_10/Tools/ -c 52WWYK-AS-1416:/aipool/jumpstart/oradb04/AI_profile -p 52WWYK-AS-1416:/aipool/jumpstart/oradb04 oradb04 sun4u
" /aipool/jumpstart is already shared.
However, the zfs file system /aipool/jumpstart must be shared
read-only with root access. Use the "zfs set" command to
set the sharenfs property for file system /aipool/jumpstart as follows:
Use ro and either anon=0 or root=oradb04 for /aipool/jumpstart.
This must be fixed and /aipool/jumpstart shared
before oradb04 can boot.
cleaning up preexisting install client "oradb04"
removing oradb04 from bootparams
removing /etc/bootparams, since it is empty
updating /etc/bootparams "
Edited by: 987670 on Mar 12, 2013 6:08 AM