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After command setenv auto-boot false machine's console not displaying

hi Alll,

I want to install solaris 10 on exixting solaris mahcine.
I tried for OK boot cdrom-install

but it gave me fatal error - disk not bootable , boot command disable


so i tried with
ok setenv auto-boot? false
Ok reset-all


after this server rebooted automatically and console not coming


kindly suggest for how shall I get console of the machine??
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you manually poweroff .and power on ... it taking 15mis for ok prompt..
then you
ok boot cdrom . hit enter...
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Originally Posted by coolboys
you manually poweroff .and power on ... it taking 15mis for ok prompt..
I notice that that you said the same thing in another post recently. It may or may not take 15 minutes to get to an OK prompt. In most cases it only takes a couple of minutes.

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