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Old 12-25-2005
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HI, are you supposed to run flarcreate in multi user mode? or should you do it in single user?
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Old 12-25-2005
From Solaris man:
You can run flarcreate in multi- or single-user mode. You can also use the command when the master system is booted from the first Solaris software CD or from a Solaris net image.
 
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