Solaris 10 init 0 and boot disk1 on same command line

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Old 07-17-2011
Solaris 10 init 0 and boot disk1 on same command line

Hello all,

Fairly simple question here. I know that in Solaris 10 there is a way to tell a system running solaris 10 to init 0 and then boot disk1 all in the same command line from a SSH window. That way once you hit enter it then performs the init 0 and then does the boot disk1. You have to seperate the commands with a special character or something but I don't remember how. Anybody help me out with this? Thanks in advance.
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Old 07-18-2011
i know that:
reboot -- -s

reboots in single usermode! and this is the same as "boot -s"
try this one, should work:
reboot -- disk1

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Old 07-18-2011
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