[SunHELP] Setting for autoboot after power is restored?

Brian Richman bjrichus at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 11 19:05:43 CST 2014

I noticed you wanted it from Solaris... Look up "eeprom" as this is how you do
the OBP stuff from the running system.

There are limitations - like it does
not exist or even work properly on some really old systems!
> From: Brian Richman <bjrichus at yahoo.com>
>To: The SunHELP List <sunhelp at sunhelp.org> 
>Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
6:54 PM
>Subject: Re: [SunHELP] Setting for autoboot after power is restored?
>Do you mean:
>It'll boot all the way up with that
set, assuming
>it passes POST that is and you won't have to type in "boot" at
the "ok>"
>Or is there something else?
>From: David Strom
<dstrom at ciesin.columbia.edu>
>>To: sunhelp at sunhelp.org
>>Sent: Tuesday,
February 11, 2014 2:43 PM
>>Subject: [SunHELP] Setting for
>autoboot after
power is restored?
>>I recall some Solaris command years
>ago, that we
ran which set some kind 
>>of parameter on our UltraSparc servers
>so that if
we lost power, then 
>>got power back, the system would
>automatically start
up, as though we 
>>plugged it in & pressed the ON (Start)
anyone assist, please? TIA.
>>David Strom
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