By rickramsey on May 10, 2012
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Flopping in the NBA:
Flopping in soccer:
Flopping in the the NFL:
Flopping in the Data Center:
Next time your boss brushes aside the Chitos wrappers strewn among the coaxial cables with a dismissive swipe of his Wingtips so he can make his way into your office and demand that you install the latest version of Oracle Solaris 11 on 3,000 clients by Monday, you won't have to resort to flopping.
Just tell him that it'll take you all weekend, and then read Isaac Rozenfeld's explanation of:
The Automated Installer in Oracle Solaris 11 is kinda sorta the replacement for JumpStart and a very cool tool. You should learn how to use it. Steps are:
- Use the command-line to set up a an Oracle Solaris 11 system to act as an Automated Installer server.
- Create an installation service that will be automatically installed on clients.
- Test the installation service on the client, using default settings.
- Run the installation service again, but with custom settings.
Isaac strolls through them in grand style:
For more information about the Automated Installer and other installation tools in Oracle Solaris 11, see the Oracle Solaris 11 Installation Resources Page on OTN.