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In cutting-edge heterogeneous laptop environments, specially UNIX servers and workstations, it truly is crucial that the approach administrator have simple wisdom of alternative working platforms. This redbook is written for sunlight Solaris directors who desires to move their wisdom of Solaris UNIX abilities to the AIX 5L working procedure. This redbook will primarily evaluate method management initiatives in Solaris eight to AIX 5L model 5.1. This redbook indicates the reader similarities and ameliorations among every one working method. This redbook also will introduce Solaris directors to IBM pSeries structure. it really is assumed that the reader of this redbook already has Solaris eight process management talents, and are well-known with sunlight undefined. within the first part on each one bankruptcy, we are going to in short point out how the Solaris initiatives are performed. within the final part on each one bankruptcy, we'll offer a short reference that might be in convenient to exploit. This redbook is a worthwhile device for procedure directors and different technical help group of workers who take care of AIX 5L and Solaris working structures.
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The system is completing a power on self test (POST). Once the POST completed, the system will search the boot list for a bootable image. When it finds the bootable image, you will see the installation menu. Note: The system will attempt to boot from the first entry in the boot list. Pressing the F5 key (or the 5 key on newer models) during boot will invoke the service boot list, which includes the CD-ROM. It may take some time before the system reaches the installation menu. Step 2: Console and language definition Each native display and all the ASCII terminals attached to the built-in serial ports will display the console message.
The system will have enough of the BOS loaded to be usable. Install Trusted Computing Base (TCB) When you install the Trusted Computing Base (TCB), the trusted path, the trusted shell, and system integrity checking are installed. The trusted path protects your system in case a program is masquerading as the program you want to use. The trusted path tries to ensure that the programs you run are trusted programs. If you want to install the TCB, you must indicate "Yes" now. The TCB cannot be installed later.
Power on the peripheral SCSI devices. Power on the system. Insert the installation media into the drive. If it is an external device, you must power it on before powering on the system; otherwise, the system will not recognize it. It is best to power on all peripheral devices anyway, because during the installation, all recognized devices will be configured. 34 AIX Reference for Sun Solaris Administrators Power on the system to start the boot sequence. The LEDs will display numbers, indicating that the system components are being tested.