sysidcfg (sun)

mercredi 17 septembre 2008
par  Jerome ROBERT
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Syntax Rules for the sysidcfg File

You can use two types of keywords in the sysidcfg file: independent and dependent. Dependent keywords are guaranteed to be unique only within independent keywords. A dependent keyword exists only when it is identified with its associated independent keyword.

In this example, name_service is the independent keyword, while domain_name and name_server are the dependent keywords:

name_service=NIS {domain_name=marquee.central.sun.com
name_server=connor(129.152.112.3)}

Syntax Rule

Example

Independent keywords can be listed in any order.

pointer=MS-S
display=ati {size=15-inch}

Keywords are not case sensitive.

TIMEZONE=US/Central
terminal=PC Console

Enclose all dependent keywords in curly braces ({}) to tie them to their associated independent keyword.

name_service=NIS 
       {domain_name=marquee.central.sun.com
        name_server=connor(129.152.112.3)}

You can optionally enclosed values in single (`) or double quotes (").

network_interface='none'

Only one instance of a keyword is valid. However, if you specify the keyword more than once, only the first instance of the keyword is used.

network_interface=none
network_interface=le0

sysidcfg File Keywords

The following table describes the keywords you can use in the sysidcfg file .


Table 12 - Keywords You Can Use in sysidcfg

Configuration Information

Platform

Keywords

Values or Examples

Name service, domain name, name server

All

name_service=NIS, NIS+, DNS, LDAP, NONE

 

  

  

Options for NIS and NIS+: {domain_name= domain_namename_server=hostname(ip_address )}

name_service=NIS {domain_name=west.arp.com name_server=timber(129.221.2.1)}

name_service=NIS+ {domain_name=west.arp.com. name_server=timber(129.221.2.1)}

 

  

Options for DNS: {domain_name= domain_name name_server=ip_address,ip_address , ip_address (three maximum) search=domain_name ,domain_name,domain_name,domain_name, domain_namedomain_name (six maximum, total length less than or equal to 250 characters)},

name_service=DNS {domain_name=west.arp.com name_server=10.0.1.10,10.0.1.20 search=arp.com,east.arp.com}


Note:  

Choose only one value for name_service. Include either, both, or neither the domain_name and name_server keywords, as needed. If neither keyword is used, omit the curly braces {}.


 

 

Options for LDAP: {domain_name= domain_name profile=profile_nameprofile_server= ip_address}

name_service=LDAP {domain_name=west.arp.com profile=default profile_server=129.221.2.1}

Network interface, host name, Internet Protocol (IP) address, netmask, DHCP, IPv6

All

network_interface=NONE, PRIMARY, or value

where:

  • NONE turns networking off

  • PRIMARY is the first up, non-loopback interface found on the system. The order is the same as with "ifconfig." If no interfaces are up, then the first non-loopback interface is used. If no non-loopback interfaces are found, then the system is set to NON-NETWORKED.

  • value specifies an interface such as le0 or hme0

  

  

  

If DHCP is to be used, specify: {dhcp protocol_ipv6=yes_or_no }

network_interface=primary {dhcp protocol_ipv6=yes}

  

  

If DHCP is not to be used, specify: {hostname=host_name default_route=ip_address ip_address=ip_address netmask= netmask protocol_ipv6=yes_or_no}

network_interface=le0 {hostname=feron default_route=129.146.88.1 ip_address=129.146.88.210 netmask=255.255.0.0 protocol_ipv6=no}


Note:  

Choose only one value for network_interface. Include any combination or none of the hostname, ip_address, and netmask keywords, as needed. If you do not use any of these keywords, omit the curly braces ({}).



Note:  

If you do not use DHCP, you do not need to specify protocol_ipv6 and default_route. But, a JumpStart installation requires protocol_ipv6 to be specified now or you will be prompted interactively later.


Root password

All

root_password=root_password

Encrypted from /etc/shadow.

Security policy

All

security_policy=kerberos, NONE

Options for Kerberos: {default_realm=FQDN admin_server=FQDN kdc=FQDN1, FQDN2, FQDN3}

where FQDN is a fully qualified domain name.

security_policy=kerberos 
{default_realm=Yoursite.COM 
admin_server=krbadmin.Yoursite.COM 
kdc=kdc1.Yoursite.COM, 
kdc2.Yoursite.COM}

Note:  

You can list a maximum of three key distribution centers (KDCs), but at least one is required.


Language in which to display the install program and desktop

All

system_locale=locale

The /usr/lib/locale directory

Terminal type

All

terminal=terminal_type

The subdirectories in the /usr/share/lib/terminfo directory provide the valid terminal values.

Time zone

All

timezone=timezone

The directories and files in the /usr/share/lib/zoneinfo directory provide the valid time zone values. The time zone value is the name of the path relative to the /usr/share/lib/zoneinfo directory. For example, the time zone value for mountain standard time in the United States is US/Mountain. The time zone value for Japan is Japan . You can also specify any valid Olson time zone.

Date and time

All

timeserver=localhost, hostname , ip_addr

If you specify localhost as the time server, the system's time is assumed to be correct. If you are not running a name service and you specify the hostname or ip_addr of a system, that system's time is used to set the time.

Monitor type

IA

monitor=monitor_type

On the system you want to install, run kdmconfig -d filename. Append output to sysidcfg file.

Keyboard language, keyboard layout

IA

keyboard=keyboard_language {layout=value}

On the system you want to install, run kdmconfig -d filename. Append output to sysidcfg file.

Graphics card, screen size, color depth, display resolution

IA

display=graphics_card {size= screen_size depth=color_depth resolution=screen_resolution }

On the system you want to install, run kdmconfig -d filename. Append output to sysidcfg file.

Pointing device, number of buttons, IRQ level

IA

pointer=pointing_device {nbuttons= number_buttons irq=value}

On the system you want to install, run kdmconfig -d filename. Append output to sysidcfg file.

SPARC: Example sysidcfg File

The following is an example of a sysidcfg file for a group of SPARC based systems. The host names, IP addresses, and netmask of these systems have been preconfigured by editing the name service. Because all of the system configuration information is preconfigured in this file, you can use a custom JumpStart profile to perform a custom JumpStart installation.

system_locale=en_US
timezone=US/Central
terminal=sun-cmd
timeserver=localhost
name_service=NIS {domain_name=marquee.central.sun.com
                  name_server=connor(129.152.112.3)}
root_password=m4QPOWNY

IA: Example sysidcfg File

The following is an example of a sysidcfg file for a group of IA based systems that all use the same type of keyboard, graphics cards, and pointing devices. The device information (keyboard, display, and pointer ) was obtained by running the kdmconfig(1M) command with the -d option. If the following example sysidcfg file is used, a prompt that asks you to select a language (system_locale) is displayed before installation can proceed.

keyboard=ATKBD {layout=US-English}
display=ati {size=15-inch}
pointer=MS-S
timezone=US/Central
timeserver=connor
terminal=ibm-pc
name_service=NIS {domain_name=marquee.central.sun.com
                  name_server=connor(129.152.112.3)}
root_password=URFUni9






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