[SunHELP] strange boot issue
peter at ashlyn.co.uk
Wed Feb 8 02:05:11 CST 2017
I suspect you are falling foul of the relationship between the fibre drives
which have unique WWN number sand the standard cxdxtxsx. Unlike SCSI, each
drive is ref'd separately. From memory delete the /dev/dsk and rdsk ref to the
drive you are having issues with and run devfsadm. There is probably a switch
to do this without having to do the delete the delete, just forget what it is
for now (see man page).......
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On 8 Feb 2017, at 02:06, Connolly, Michael - ITT Interconnect Solutions
<Michael.Connolly at itt.com> wrote:
> Hello again,
> Solaris 9
> I recently restored the OS from a tape backup of one E280R to another
> This box has 3 T3 arrays, I restored to c1t1d0s#.
> I have a running OS on c2t1d1s# that I can easily boot on the same box
> (original OS).
> When I boot c1t1d0s# array, it fails with "/dev/dsk/c1t1d0s6" no such
> (I made this slice /usr so boot will not continue)
> BUT when I boot from c2t1d0s# array, it boots fine (original OS on the box)
> and I can mount /dev/dsk/c1t1d0s6 to a temp mount point and see all of the
> /usr files are there.
> I tried boot -r but no go. Really mystified why this is happening.
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