Thank you again for the quick reply.
Unfortunately, I had mistakenly anticipated a somewhat quicker
integration than Solaris 10u8.
Approaching this from another angle, would it be possible for me to
build a jumpstart server using a current Solaris Nevada b107/SXCE, and
to ultimately jumpstart Solaris 10u6 clients with a ZFS root using a
flash archive as a source?
On 02/18/09 10:40, Lori Alt wrote:
> Latest is that this will go into an early build of Update 8
> and be available as a patch shortly thereafter (shortly
> after it's putback, that is. The patch doesn't have to wait for U8
> to be released.)
> I will update the CR with this information.
> On 02/18/09 09:12, Jerry K wrote:
>> Hello Lori,
>> Any update to this issue, and can you speculate as to if it will be
a patch to Solaris 10u6, or part of 10u7?
>> Thanks again,
>> Lori Alt wrote:
>>> This is in the process of being resolved right now. Stay tuned
>>> for when it will be available. It might be a patch to Update 6.
>>> In the meantime, you might try this:
>>> - Lori
>>> On 01/09/09 12:28, Jerry K wrote:
>>>> I understand that currently, at least under Solaris 10u6, it is
not possible to jumpstart a new system with a zfs root using a flash
archive as a source.
>>>> Can anyone comment as to whether this restriction will pass in the
near term, or if this is a while out (6+ months) before this will be
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