I upgraded E4000 from 2.5.1 to 2.6. Applied all the patches.
Everything seems to be fine except the command iostat -n started
giving segmentation fault. Any help ?
Thanks in Advance
I would suggest making sure you have all necessary storage patches (use
the storage patch configurator on sunsolve.sun.com), and if that doesn't
work, bug your Sun rep.
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> Do you have A1000s/A3500s with Raid Manager? I used to get segfaults on
> some machines because of raid manager.
> I would suggest making sure you have all necessary storage patches (use
> the storage patch configurator on sunsolve.sun.com), and if that doesn't
> work, bug your Sun rep.
I installed patch 106655-04 and it corrected this problem for me, on
2.6, E4500. Internal disk boards and SAN attached T3s.
I am observing this on a Solaris 2.6 box:
$ iostat -c -n -D 5
c0t0d0 c0t6d0 c0t8d0 c0t9d0 cpu
rps wps util rps wps util rps wps util rps wps util us sy wt id
1 5 3.4 0 0 0.0 1 5 3.5 3 10 6.3 8 6 12 74
The machine is a Sun E250 with 18 SCSI disks (6 internal and 12 in an
external D1000 JBOD) running Solaris 2.6 and Veritas volume manager.
I searched groups.google.com for similar problems and found many
suggestions to install the iostat patch, 106655-04 which is not in the
recommended patch cluster. However, I couldn't find it on sunsolve
(even with contract customer support login). Any ideas how to fix
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