For upgrade installations, the system boots a 64-bit kernel, if the system is 64-bit capable. If no PXE or DHCP server is available, you can load GRUB from a diskette, a CD-ROM, or a local disk.
You may wish to install the latest Live Upgrade packages at this time, as well as check for any critical liveupgrade patches. p=69 September 14th, 2007 by Andre van Eyssen Following Boyd's presentation on Live Upgrade at MSOSUG, I used Live Upgrade to upgrade a scratch machine to Solaris 10, Update 4.Here's a walkthrough: Our machine, salsa, is running Solaris 10u2 on an x86 host with root disks mirrored with SVM. OK Verifying boot_archive checksum on boot device... I8aw9L/usb total 24 drwxrwxrwx 1 root root 4096 Jan 3 2011 boot drwxrwxrwx 1 root root 4096 Mar 13 old drwxrwxrwx 1 root root 4096 Mar 13 platform [[email protected] ~]# ls -l /tmp/tmp.