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Check OBP variables without rebooting Solaris or going to the ok prompt

To check the OBP variables in your Solaris SPARC server and leaving Solaris up and running, you’ll need to use the eeprom command

root@solaris:/ # eeprom
asr-policy=normal
test-args: data not available.
diag-passes=1
local-mac-address?=true
fcode-debug?=false
scsi-initiator-id=7
oem-logo: data not available.
oem-logo?=false
oem-banner: data not available.
oem-banner?=false
ansi-terminal?=true
screen-#columns=80
screen-#rows=34
ttyb-rts-dtr-off=false
ttyb-ignore-cd=true
ttya-rts-dtr-off=false
ttya-ignore-cd=true
ttyb-mode=9600,8,n,1,-
ttya-mode=9600,8,n,1,-
output-device=ttya
input-device=ttya
auto-boot-on-error?=true
error-reset-recovery=sync
load-base=16384
auto-boot?=true
network-boot-arguments: data not available.
boot-command=boot
diag-file: data not available.
diag-device=disk0:a
boot-file: data not available.
boot-device=vx-rootdisk vx-rootmirr
use-nvramrc?=false
nvramrc=devalias vx-rootdisk /pci@1c,600000/scsi@2/disk@0,0:a
devalias vx-rootmirr /pci@1c,600000/scsi@2/disk@3,0:a
security-mode=none
security-password: data not available.
security-#badlogins=0
verbosity=normal
diag-trigger=error-reset power-on-reset
service-mode?=false
diag-script=normal
diag-level=max
diag-switch?=false

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