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I have a trouble on SUN Ultra-60 workstation running software of my company. Here is the message on the screen. What is the possible reason for it? My Email: peak@sz.huawei.com.cn

 panic[cpu0]/thread=0x3002be80
 syncing file systems....[1] 5 1 done
 3113 static and sysmap kernel pages
 27 dynamic kernel data pages
 260 kernel pageable pages
 0 segkmap kernel pages
 0 segvn kernel pages
 0 current user process pages
 3400 total pages(3400 chunks)
 
 dumping to vp 601d47fc
 Panic[cpu0]/thread=0x3003bc80: panic dump timeout
 Dump Aborted
 Type 'go' to resume
 OK Externally Initiated reset
 OK
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The FIRST thing to check when a panic happens is your hardware.  Often you'll see a diagnostic message when the self-test happens on power up.

Most often the problem is a failing hard drive, failing RAM, or a failing system board, in that order.  A marginal power supply, however, can also cause this easily.

It could also be a software problem and this would be my #1 suspicion if you've recently made changes to the kernel or configuration, or installed any new hardware drivers.  

Remember, a USER MODE program cannot cause this problem on a Solaris box.  A panic is an unrecoverable fault in the kernel or it's protected subsystem.
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By the way:

Panic[cpu0]/thread=0x3003bc80: panic dump timeout

leads be to suspect you have a disk or SCSI controler problem that is causing the dump to fail.  Check out the disk, it's the #1 failure.

If you don't have a current backup, make one FAST!!
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Jhance is a genuine expert on Solaris, since he even give the exact reason for "Panic[cpu0]/thread=0x3003bc80". Thanks a lot!
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