[rescue] Changing rootdrive SCSI host adaptors on Solaris.

Patrick Giagnocavo patrick at zill.net
Mon Nov 5 22:11:43 CST 2007

On Nov 5, 2007, at 8:48 PM, Scott Quinn wrote:
> Solaris 10 boots through the mount filesystems part - no problem, I
> think, just remount R/W and change the /etc/fstab to whatever the disk
> is now, since evidently the c1 bus is still the ISP1040B controller.
> Problem- no c2 devices, "format" indicates "No disks found!", but
> cfgadm still says
> (Ap_Id) glm2:scsi     (Type) scsi-bus   (Receptacle)  connected
> (Occupant) configured  (Condition) unknown
> It does not come up with bus c1 or c2, though (c0 is the in-use IDE  
> for
> the DVD drive). Tried cfgadm on the PCI slots, no go. Probe-scsi-all
> shows the new disks (and OBP boots from them).

Isn't there a devfsadm command that is supposed to be run in there  
somewhere?  I think it updates the links to all the devices.


Patrick Giagnocavo
patrick at zill.net

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