I just used a Solaris 10 U11 DVD to boot from, then installed a flash archive off of a NFS share on several T4-1 servers. I was kind of surprised when I found that the DVD was ejected from every server. Anyone know if there is a way to keep this from happening? I don't recall seeing any options for automatically or manually ejecting the DVD like you get when you do a DVD-based install. I have more servers to build and want to avoid having to send my datacenter guy to the servers yet again if I can if it is possible.
If you are wondering, I want to keep the DVD in the server in case we need to recover the root password or fsck the root filesystem at some point. I know booting from net would be easier. It just isn't allowed in this environment.
If I remember correctly, the last two questions we are asked before it starts doing the install are "should the DVD be ejected" and "should the system automatically restart." I might be wrong, but I thought that was the case. I've been doing lots of installs from flars lately.