System Administration Commands                         sysdef(1M)


NAME

     sysdef - output system definition


SYNOPSIS

     /usr/sbin/sysdef [-i] [-n namelist]

     /usr/sbin/sysdef [-h] [-d] [-i] [-D]


DESCRIPTION

     The sysdef utility outputs the current system definition  in
     tabular  form.  It  lists  all  hardware devices, as well as
     pseudo devices, system devices, loadable  modules,  and  the
     values of selected kernel tunable parameters.

     It generates the output  by  analyzing  the  named  bootable
     operating  system  file (namelist) and extracting the confi-
     guration information from it.

     The default system namelist is /dev/kmem.


OPTIONS

     -i             Prints  the  configuration  information  from
                    /dev/kmem.   This  is  the  default  and only
                    needs to be specified  if  the  configuration
                    information  from both /dev/kmem and the sys-
                    tem file specified  with  the  "-n  namelist"
                    option is needed.

     -n namelist    Specifies a namelist other than  the  default
                    (/dev/kmem).   The namelist specified must be
                    a valid bootable operating system.

     -h             Prints the identifier of the current host  in
                    hexadecimal. If sysdef -h is executed  within
                    a non-global zone and  the  zone  emulates  a
                    host  identifier,  then the zone's host iden-
                    tifier is printed. This numeric value is  not
                    guaranteed to be unique.

     -d             The output includes the configuration of sys-
                    tem peripherals formatted as a device tree.

     -D             For each  system  peripheral  in  the  device
                    tree,  display  the name of the device driver

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                    used to manage the peripheral.


EXAMPLES

     Example 1 Sample output format

     The following example displays the format of the  sysdef  -d
     output:

       example% sysdef -d
       Node 'SUNW,Ultra-5_10', unit #-1
           Node 'packages', unit #-1 (no driver)
               Node 'terminal-emulator', unit #-1 (no driver)
               Node 'deblocker', unit #-1 (no driver)
               Node 'obp-tftp', unit #-1 (no driver)
               Node 'disk-label', unit #-1 (no driver)
               Node 'SUNW,builtin-drivers', unit #-1 (no driver)
               Node 'sun-keyboard', unit #-1 (no driver)
               Node 'ufs-file-system', unit #-1 (no driver)
           Node 'chosen', unit #-1 (no driver)
           Node 'openprom', unit #-1 (no driver)
               Node 'client-services', unit #-1 (no driver)
           Node 'options', unit #0
           Node 'aliases', unit #-1 (no driver)
           Node 'memory', unit #-1 (no driver)
           Node 'virtual-memory', unit #-1 (no driver)
           Node 'pci', unit #0
               Node 'pci', unit #0
                   Node 'ebus', unit #0
                       Node 'auxio', unit #-1 (no driver)
                       Node 'power', unit #0
                       Node 'SUNW,pll', unit #-1 (no driver)
                       Node 'se', unit #0 (no driver)
                       Node 'su', unit #0
                       Node 'su', unit #1
                       Node 'ecpp', unit #-1 (no driver)
                       Node 'fdthree', unit #0
                       Node 'eeprom', unit #-1 (no driver)
                       Node 'flashprom', unit #-1 (no driver)
                       Node 'SUNW,CS4231', unit #0 (no driver)
                   Node 'network', unit #0
                   Node 'SUNW,m64B', unit #0
                   Node 'ide', unit #0
                       Node 'disk', unit #-1 (no driver)
                       Node 'cdrom', unit #-1 (no driver)
                       Node 'sd', unit #1
                       Node 'dad', unit #1
               Node 'pci', unit #-1 (no driver)
           Node 'SUNW,UltraSPARC-IIi', unit #-1 (no driver)
           Node 'pseudo', unit #0

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       [output truncated]


FILES

     /dev/kmem    default operating system image


ATTRIBUTES

     See attributes(5) for descriptions of the  following  attri-
     butes:

     ____________________________________________________________
    |       ATTRIBUTE TYPE        |       ATTRIBUTE VALUE       |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|
    | Availability                | SUNWcsu                     |
    |_____________________________|_____________________________|


SEE ALSO

     hostid(1), prtconf(1M), nlist(3ELF), attributes(5), zones(5)

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