sys-unconfig is legacy
sys-unconfig is legacy, its use doesn't clear down newer config in SMF/ipadm/dladm. The screens it puts you into are the Solaris 10 style blue/green/red ones that predate the newer screens seen in OSOL b131 and onwards. It is unknown what damage applying sys-unconfig to a current OI-151 system could occur.
Updated by Ken Mays almost 8 years ago
- Due date set to 2013-12-11
- Status changed from New to Closed
- Target version deleted (
- Estimated time set to 1.00 h
- Tags changed from needs-triage to caiman
sys-unconfig is now an unsupported legacy feature. Future support in OI is optional.
"A new utility, sysconfig(1M), for unconfiguring and reconfiguring an existing Oracle
Solaris 11 system has been added to replace the legacy sys-unconfig and sysidtool
utilities. This tool can be used within the global zone and non-global zones to configure a set
of pre-defined groupings such as system identity, network, users, naming services and
location/time zones. The tool can be run interactively, using the System Configuration
Interactive Tool, or in a hands-off manner using a system configuration profile."