Trying to make a Solaris 10 router out of Netra AC200 T1.
In a nutshell:
Solaris 10 3/05 Reduced Networking Software Group installed
Right out of the box. No patch clusters yet applied.
Installed the SVM missing pkg SUNWmdu not part of the Group install.
Got the boot disk mirrored/attached/sync'd up. All ok.
To test the the failover I shutdown the system, pull disk number 2 out
and power up.
On boot, the kernel loads, and then I get:
WARNING: md: d102 (Unavailable)
Error writing ufs log state
ufs log for / changed state to error
Please unmount(1M) and run fsck (1M)
panic[cpu0]/thread=180e000: could not install the isa driver
syncing files systems ...done
I googled on the "ufs log" error but all I could find where references
to Disksuite for Solaris 7/8, maybe 9 and possibly a patch for it.
Nothing about Solaris 10.
What really irks me is that I practiced SVM for Solaris 10 on an extra
E450 where I could give a rats ass whether it worked or not (of course
it all worked and no problems, recoveries and all!). Now that it is for
real,I get problems. Been pissing away 7+ days on this beast and I need
The AC200 has the latest OBP prom (4.0.17 IIRC) and the latest lom lite
firmware in it.
inetd and svcs looks ok to me. All enabled and not any problems.
I cannot give listsings as it is a work and isolated to a Wyse 60 for a
Quick searching on sunsolve didn't reveal anything specific.
Anyone have some experience on this?