In most cases, the bootparams map is created from the /etc/bootparams file. A typical line looks like this:

client_name key=value:[key=value:...]

For example:

client root=sr04:/export/client/root domain=nyc.test
engr1 root=smoketest:/export/engr1/root rootopts=:vers=2

If you create a bootparams map in Active Directory, the value must consist of key and value pairs. For example:

  • Key: client
  • Value: root=sr04:/export/client/root domain=nyc.test
  • Comment: The value consists of key=value pairs separated by colons (:).

This map is only applicable for Solaris.