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parmodify command from a vpar : question.

RAJD1
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parmodify command from a vpar : question.

Hi Experts,

 

I am having 3 vpar  in npar#0 , I would liek to change the boot disk  right now it is pointing to  vpar1,  I want to chagne boot disk of npar to vpar2.

 

Is it possible to use parmodify command and to change the boot disk from sitting in the  vpar.

 

Thanks in advance.

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RAJD1
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Re: parmodify command from a vpar : question.

Question :  from vpar1:>  can I run :  # parmodify -p 0 -b 2/1/1/0/2/0.6.0   

And then reconfiguration reboot. Is it going to store in the npar configuration,

Thanks.

RAJD1
Valued Contributor

Re: parmodify command from a vpar : question.

Experts,

 

seems I got a solution,  the server is PA-RISC , and seems for PA-RISC  parmodify is supported withing /from a vpar.

(below in : 2nd bullet having the answer)

 

http://docstore.mik.ua/manuals/hp-ux/en/T1335-90098/ch05s18.html

 

To modify stable storage, you must either:

  • go into standalone/nPars mode and use setboot or parmodify

  • use parmodify for PA-RISC nPartitionable servers (parmodify is not supported from within the vPars environment on Integrity servers)

  • go to the BCH for PA-RISC or EFI Shell for Integrity systems

 

Thanks...