Contains the list of client entries that diskless clients use for booting.
The /etc/bootparams file for Network File System (NFS) contains a list of client entries that diskless clients use for booting. The first item of each entry is the name of the diskless client. Each entry should contain the following information:
Items are separated by tab characters.
The following is an example of a /etc/bootparams file:
myclient root=myserver:/nfsroot/myclient \ swap=myserver:/nfsswar/myclient \ dump=myserver:/nfsdump/myclient
|/etc/bootparams||Specifies the path of the bootparams file.|
This file is part of NFS in Network Support Facilities in Base Operating System (BOS) Runtime.
Network File System Overview in AIX Version 4.3 System Management Guide: Communications and Networks.