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Solaris Express Installation Guide: Solaris Live Upgrade and Upgrade Planning
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Solaris Live Upgrade Command-Line Options

Task

Command

Activate an inactive boot environment.

luactivate(1M)

Cancel a scheduled copy or create job.

lucancel(1M)

Compare an active boot environment with an inactive boot environment.

lucompare(1M)

Recopy file systems to update an inactive boot environment.

lumake(1M)

Create a boot environment.

lucreate(1M)

Name the active boot environment.

lucurr(1M)

Delete a boot environment.

ludelete(1M)

Add a description to a boot environment name.

ludesc(1M)

List critical file systems for each boot environment.

lufslist(1M)

Enable a mount of all of the file systems in a boot environment. This command enables you to modify the files in a boot environment while that boot environment is inactive.

lumount(1M)

Rename a boot environment.

lurename(1M)

List status of all boot environments.

lustatus(1M)

Enable an unmount of all the file systems in a boot environment. This command enables you to modify the files in a boot environment while that boot environment is inactive.

luumount(1M)

Upgrade an OS or install a flash archive on an inactive boot environment.

luupgrade(1M)

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