#6 10-21-2010 For more information about NFS, see System Administration Guide: IP Services.
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Warning Cannot Mount /etc/svc/volatile
Report Inappropriate Content Message 10 of 11 (138 Views) Reply 0 Kudos « Previous 1 2 Next » « Message Listing « Previous Topic Next Topic » OSDir.com os.solaris.opensolaris.xen I don't think this kind of implementation is good when security and race condition come to mind. false. Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Redirect mail server from IP to IP 2 55 58d AWS Advice on using WHM/cPanel 1 50 52d Using gawk to read and manipulate navigate here
done skipping system dump - no dump device configured rebooting... Started domain opensolaris v3.1.3 chgset 'unavailable' SunOS Release 5.11 Version snv_86 32-bit Copyright 1983-2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc. This practice is not recommended under normal circumstances because the unmounting of a file system with open files could cause a loss of data. the system hangs while booting with "WARNING: cannot find /etc/svc/volatile" ..
Please type your message and try again. Solved How to remove the solaris 10 (sparc) patch ? fsck [-F ufs] -o b=# [special ...] where # is the alternate super block. You can not post a blank message.
Since zfs doesn't use bootenv.rc to find it's boot device you should be able to boot this usb device easily. The file system is shared. I mean when I checked the pre-configuration backup of the server for vfstab file. Using web ui, I've created some branches/workarea/files.
How to Mount a UFS File System (mount Command) Become superuser or assume an equivalent role. A file system must be available for unmounting. Find all posts by brusell
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« Previous You may have to delete the boot-archive and create it again, try this before calling in the problem. Note – You should not stop a user's processes
without first warning the user.
If the nolargefiles option is specified, the file system cannot be mounted on a system that is running an older Solaris version. SC Alert: Host System has Reset Probing system devices Probing memory Probing I/O buses Probing system devices Probing memory Probing I/O buses Sun Fire V210, No Keyboard Copyright 1998-2004 Sun Microsystems, server:/directory Specifies the server's host name that contains the shared resource, and the path to the file or directory to mount. /mount-point Specifies the directory on which to mount the file Ensure that you do the following: Separate each field with white space (a space or a tab).
The hard option indicates that the retry request is continued until the server responds. http://dirsubmit.net/warning-cannot/warning-cannot-load-sbd.html Become superuser or assume an equivalent role. autofs, which automatically mounts the file system when you access it or unmounts the file system when you change to another directory. Verify that no processes are accessing the file system. # fuser -c /mount-point Example18–9 Stopping All Processes Accessing a File SystemThe following example shows how to stop process 4006c that is
The directory should containing data. Does that need to be removed ? #device device mount FS fsck mount mount You cannot unmount a file system that is busy. his comment is here BIG NOTE: ---o--- It may be obvious, or not but; you need to know where the boot archive is when updating it.
Note – You must have an entry in each field in the /etc/vfstab file. done rebooting... Report Inappropriate Content Message 9 of 11 (138 Views) Reply 0 Kudos Iysh N/A Posts: 5 Registered: 12-01-2005 Re: Can't view mounted directories Options Mark as New Bookmark Subscribe Subscribe to
drw------- 3 root root 512 Oct 3 11:10 EDITION drw------- 2 root root 512 Oct 3 11:10 STAGING dr-------- 2 root root 512 Oct 3 11:10 WORKAREA Report Inappropriate Content Message
The largefiles option means that a file system mounted with this option might contain files larger than 2 GB. retry=n NFS Retries the mount operation when it fails. n is the number of times to retry. Ethernet address 0:3:ba:e6:a5:75, Host ID: 83e6a575.
with it ? If you do not specify this option, the default is rw. Note – The root (/), /usr, and /var file systems can be unmounted only during a shutdown. weblink You cannot remount from read-write access to read-only access.
I have set the auto-boot? But still same error. Would you be able to revise back to meta-devices, so far we only changed vfstab and /etc/system files. 0 Message Author Comment by:rajsolaris2011-10-19 Comment Utility Permalink(# a36997049) you mean uncomment Background: System: Sun 1405 O/S: Solaris 10 TSM : 5.5.2 All disks are local attached, no SAN device.
Anyway, try one more thing, run ok> boot cdrom -s # installboot /usr/platform/`uname -i`/lib/fs/ufs/bootblk /dev/rdsk/c1t0d0s0 # init 0 ok> boot rootmirror -s 0 Message Author Comment by:rajsolaris2011-10-19 Comment Utility Permalink(# Directory dev gets rebuild but devices does not. Use a dash (-) to indicate no options. Remember this, it might save you hours of updating archives and modifying files only to find that none of this worked for you. ---o--- Because I was asked, Here's the (simple)
OpenBoot 4.16.2, 4096 MB memory installed, Serial #65447285. It is displayed with the "swap -s" command. Remove advertisements Sponsored Links jlliagre View Public Profile Find all posts by jlliagre