Init levels in solaris 10
Shut down the system. # shutdown -iinit-state-ggrace-period-y-iinit-state. Brings the system to an init state that is different from the default of S. The choices are 0, 1, 2, 5, and 6. Run levels 0 and 5 are states reserved for shutting the system down. Example using DHCP When using the DHCP option to boot over network, the PROM broadcasts the MAC address and kernel architecture of the system and requests an IP address, boot parameters, and network configuration information. On receiving the information from DHCP server, PROM downloads inetboot, loads that file into memory, and executes it. inetboot invokes the kernel, which loads the. New to Oracle Community? Be sure to check out our FAQ and read through the Community comienzoweb.com, join our Getting Started group, Introduce yourself to community, and start exploring!. Want to offer feedback, or share your ideas?We'd love to hear from you! *Please don't post product-related questions in the feedback space; instead, navigate to or search for an appropriate product .