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Hey everyone, well... i got a Netra x1 server, solaris 8.0, i can just accesing to my server vía hyperterminal, the problem is that can't  boot, this is the messages:

  INIT: /etc/inittab truncated or corrupted
  INIT: cannot create /var/adm/utmpx
  INIT: failed write of utmpx entry:"  "

What do you think??
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That sounds sort of like a file system is corrupted or that the disk has partially failed. You could boot into single user mode off of the Solaris installation CD (boot cdrom -s) and try an fsck of the file systems.
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