Updating platform sun4u bootarchive

You may need that after you get your MMU problem straightened out.=A0Stephan Hi, not sure what you have done on those servers exactly - but the error you got (boot_archive and GRUB) is related to x86 architecture. now, if I were in your shoes I would boot off OS CD or net into single- user mode and: * restore bootblk on the internal disks * mount your root FS from the internal disks and look into the following: /etc/system /etc/vfstab if you get the same error (MMU Miss) when booting off CD or net - open the call in Sun support.

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Then | follow the prompts to update the boot archive.

Alternately, to continue | booting at your own risk, you may clear the service by running: | "svcadm clear system/boot-archive" So I booted the machine into failsafe mode and used the instructions from During this procedure I was confused that my first disk was listed as c0t0d0s0 and not c1t0d0s0.

Cheers, Nikolai Nikolai ops, sorry - I was wrong - as I see it must be Solaris10 U6 - so, the warnings to boot_archive can be met on this particular configuration after patching - due to the boot_archive file is not updated after patch has been applied.

anyway, before booting off CD or net - try to reset the server from OBP setenv auto-boot? Error during Boot of Solaris 9Hi All, A Solaris Server has some booting issue.

false reset-all and then try to boot off the local disk with -F failsafe option (I would try from both disks), if it doesn't work - boot off cdrom or net (if you have JS server) if you still have MMU Miss - log the call to Sun Cheers, Nikolai Boot archive corruption Solaris 10 u7: I had booted off DVD, mounted my root drive as /a, and wanted to update my boot_archive: bash-3.00# /a/sbin/bootadm update-archive -R /a Creating boot_archive for /a Could not seek to offset -1 in /tmp/create_ramdisk.164.tmp/32: Invalid argument updating /a/platform/sun4v/boot_archive mount: I/O error mount: Cannot mount /dev/lofi/1 umount: warning: /tmp/create_ramdisk.164.tmp/rd.mount.32 not in mnttab umount: /tmp/create_ramdisk.164.tmp/rd.mount.32 not mounted write: No such device or address 1 0 records in 1 0 records out update of /a/platform/sun4v/boot_archive faile... The error message shown during boot is as follows: ******************************************************************** Enter filename [kernel/sparcv9/unix]: Enter default directory for modules [/platform/SUNW, Sun-ULTRA_5-10/kernel /platform /sun4u/kernel ] /kerbel /usr/kernel] boot: cannot find misc/sparcv9/krtld boot: error loading interpreter [misc/sparcv9/krtld] Elf64 read error.

Solaris Boot Error I am having a problem when booting my Sun V445 machine with Solaris 10 installed on it. boot failed Enter filename [/platform/sun4u/kernel/sparcv9/unix]: Alloc of 0x400000 bytes at 0x100000 refused. boot failed Enter filename [/platf...error booting solaris 10Hello experts, I have installed solaris 10 on x86. Any guidance advice will be highly appreciated Thanks, Dave On Tue, , [email protected]: nicely before what did I do wrong?

From what I've seen on the web, the recommended way to reset network configuration is by using sys-unconfig and rebooting.

Unfortunately, on reboot Solaris unhelpfully gives the error: kernel /platform/i86pc/multiboot [Multiboot-...error message during boot [Solaris 8 10/00]Hello, this is a Sparcstation 20 with one additional le device (501-2015).

Type Ctrl-d to proceed with normal startup, (or give root password for system maintenance): The system was shutdown properly using init 5.

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