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This space contains documentation for TrueSight Server Automation 8.9.03 and the later service packs for 8.9. For earlier releases, see BMC Server Automation 8.9.

Defining settings for Solaris servers

In the system package, you define settings for the provisioning process to use for unattended installations of the Oracle Solaris operating system.

In addition to providing installation settings, a system package can also define a Batch Job that installs software and performs other configurations on the target server.

The process of defining settings for a Solaris system package differs, depending on the version of the Oracle Solaris operating system.

This topic consists of the following:

To define settings for Solaris servers version 10 and earlier

  1. In the Depot folder, navigate to the system package you want to define. Right-click the system package and select Open.
    A tab for the system package appears in the content editor view.
  2. Define standard system package settings by clicking the tabs at the bottom of the system package's tab. Each tab represents a category of settings, as described in the following sections:
  3. When you finish defining settings for the system package, click the system package tab and select File > Save.

To define settings for Solaris servers version 11 and later

  1. In the Depot folder, navigate to the system package you want to define. Right-click the system package and select Open.
    A tab for the system package appears in the content editor view.
  2. Define standard system package settings by clicking the tabs at the bottom of the system package's tab. Each tab represents a category of settings, as described in the following sections:
  3. When you finish defining settings for the system package, click the system package tab and select File > Save.

Where to go from here

Provision Job panels

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