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ldom reboot command

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What is the command to reboot the guest ldom domain in solaris m/c?

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reboot? shouldn't it be the same command , init 6 or shutdown command to reboot ldoms?
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Hi,

What is the command to reboot the guest ldom domain in solaris m/c?

Regards,
Vinodh' Kumar
Hi ,

On primary domain u can use following for stop/start etc..

Code:
erb aliases:
        Alias          Verb
        -----          -------
        rm             remove
        ls             list

Command aliases:
        Alias          Command
        -----          -------
        cancel-op      cancel-operation
        create         add-domain
        modify         set-domain
        destroy        remove-domain
        remove-reconf  cancel-reconf
        start          start-domain
        stop           stop-domain
        bind           bind-domain
        unbind         unbind-domain
        panic          panic-domain
        migrate        migrate-domain

But for reboot u can run #init 6 or #reboot on guest domain ...

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From the primary domain you could:

ldm panic ldom1
telnet 0 5001
ok> boot
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