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Maintenance Commands                                sysidtool(1M)


sysidtool, sysidnet, sysidns, sysidsys, sysidroot, sysidpm - system configuration


/usr/sbin/sysidnet /usr/sbin/sysidns /usr/sbin/sysidsys /usr/sbin/sysidroot /usr/sbin/sysidpm


sysidtool is a suite of five programs that configure a new system, or one that has been unconfigured with sysunconfig(1M) . The sysidtool programs run automatically at system installation, or during the first boot after a machine has been successfully unconfigured. These programs have no effect except at such times, and should never be run manually. The sysidtool programs set up the appropriate information in the machine's configuration files, in the kernel, and on the machine's network interface. The following list shows the available commands and the information for which each of the commands lists. sysidnet: network configuration Machine's default locale. Machine's console type. Machine's host name. Machine's IP address. sysidns: Name Service configuration Name service choice: NIS, NIS+, DNS, LDAP, or none. Machine's IP subnet mask (if no NIS/NIS+ server can automatically be located on the machine's sub-network. Domain name for chosen name service. Hostname and IP address of name server(s). DNS search list (DNS name service only) sysidsys: miscellaneous system configuration Machine's IP subnet mask (if an NIS/NIS+ server was automatically located on the machine's sub-network). Machine's time zone. Date and time. sysidroot: control superuser information Machine's root password. sysidpm: Power Management configuration SunOS 5.8 Last change: 18 Jun 2000 1 Maintenance Commands sysidtool(1M) Auto-shutdown confirmation if the system is Energystar-V2 compliant, that is, a new system model shipped after October 1, 1995. sysidconfig: host or platform-specific configuration This command controls specification and execution of custom configuration applications that may be speci- fied for a particular host or a particular platform. Seesysidconfig(1M). The sysidtool programs attempt to obtain system configura- tion information from various name service databases (for example, NIS) or from the sysidcfg(4) file, and you are prompted to provide the information if it cannot be found. However, you can avoid one or more of the prompts by precon- figuring the appropriate configuration information in the name service databases or in the sysidcfg(4) file. To preconfigure the information in the name service data- bases, you must use the name service commands or the Sol- stice AdminSuite tools. See Solaris 8 Advanced Installation Guide for more details about how to preconfigure the system configuration information. The machine's configuration information is set up in its /etc and /var files.


/etc/.UNCONFIGURED /etc/nodename /etc/hostname.??[0-9] /etc/default/init /etc/defaultdomain /etc/passwd password file. See passwd(4). /etc/shadow shadow password file. See shadow(4). /etc/inet/hosts /etc/inet/netmasks /etc/net/*/hosts /var/nis/NIS_COLD_START SunOS 5.8 Last change: 18 Jun 2000 2 Maintenance Commands sysidtool(1M) /var/yp/aliases /var/yp/binding/*/ypservers /etc/.sysIDtool.state /etc/power.conf Power Management configuration file. See power.conf(4). /etc/.PM_RECONFIGURE If this file is present during system reboot, the sysidpm program will be run. This file will be removed by sysidpm.


See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attri- butes: ____________________________________________________________ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | |_____________________________|_____________________________| | Availability | SUNWadmap | |_____________________________|_____________________________| | | SUNWpmu | |_____________________________|_____________________________|


powerd(1M), sys-unconfig(1M), sysidconfig(1M), passwd(4), power.conf(4), shadow (4), sysidcfg(4), attributes(5) Solaris 8 Advanced Installation Guide


If a system has more than one network interface, you can use sysidtool to configure only the primary interface on the system. All other interfaces on the system must be config- ured manually. You cannot use the name service databases or the sysidcfg(4) file to suppress the Power Management configuration prompt; however, you can suppress it by creating either the /autoshutdown or /noautoshutdown file before installation reboot. Accordingly, the auto-shutdown feature is silently configured. The /autoshutdown or /noautoshutdown files are removed by sysidpm before it exits. SunOS 5.8 Last change: 18 Jun 2000 3