[OpenIndiana-discuss] reboot completely
michael.stapleton at techsologic.com
Sat Sep 8 02:20:41 UTC 2012
How about reboot -p
Reboot to prom. This flag can be used to reboot the sys-
tem through firmware without changing the default reboot
behavior as denoted by the config/fastreboot_default
property setting in system/boot-config service.
This option is currently available only on x86 systems.
The -p and -f options are mutually exclusive.
On Fri, 2012-09-07 at 18:37 -0700, Marion Hakanson wrote:
> openindiana at nedharvey.com said:
> > So, things like init 6 just reboot from the kernel upward. But sometimes you
> > want or need to reset the computer, make it go through BIOS and grub and
> > everything.
> > If you login on the physical console, you can go to System / Shutdown, and
> > there's a checkbox, "Skip boot menu on restart" which controls this behavior.
> > But if you're connected into gnome via VNC, that menu isn't present.
> > How do you fully reboot the computer, without the physical console?
> You could turn off "fastreboot" temporarily:
> svccfg -s "system/boot-config:default" setprop config/fastreboot_default=fals
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