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Solaris Express Installation Guide: Planning for Installation and Upgrade
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Platform Names and Groups

When you are adding clients for a network installation, you must know your system architecture (platform group). If you are writing a custom JumpStart installation rules file, you need to know the platform name.

Some examples of platform names and groups follow. For a full list of SPARC based systems, see Solaris Sun Hardware Platform Guide at https://docs.sun.com/.

Table 4-7 Example of Platform Names and Groups

System

Platform Name

Platform Group

Sun Fire

T2000

sun4v

Sun BladeTM

SUNW,Sun-Blade-100

sun4u

x86 based

i86pc

i86pc


Note - On a running system, you can also use the uname -i command to determine a system's platform name or the uname -m command to determine a system's platform group.


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