I was trying to upgrade a SparcServer20 from Solaris 2.3 to 2.4 using and install
server which I have successfully used for a full install. Everything came up fine,
I selected Upgrade and the watch came up indicating that it was doing something. Or so
I thought. I patiently waited 1 1/2 hours then remembered I could bring up a window,
vmstat showd 100% idle time, OOH OOH! . A ps -ef showed that it was trying to
fsck /dev/dsk/c0t2d0s0 not c0t3d0s0
At this point I decided to try to abort it, I tried to select exit and a window
popped up saying the there were no upgradable disks on this machine.
Apparently it was just sitting there waiting to display this error message.
At this point I decided to try this from a local cdrom, only this time I did not
wait 1 1/2 hours -- I guess I can still learn. Again it was trying to fsck
/dev/dsk/c0t2d0s0 and within 5 minutes I got the same error about there being
no upgradable disks on this machine. Of course I had to coax it into giving me
Why is it messing with target 2??
Has anyone run into this??
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Pat Sort de Sanz
Anaheim, Ca. 92803 MS: FB18