I've got a fresh install of Solaris 9 on an E220R that seemed to be running fine until I'd leave it for a while (~1 hour) and then come back to find it not responding.
After going in through the serial port I only need to type 'go' a couple times at the ok prompt and everything is running fine again... for a while that is.
First I expected it had to do with the power management features which I think I've completely disabled.
1. Editing the /etc/power.conf file and changing it to disable autoshutdown didn't do anything.
2. Renaming rc2.d/S85power didn't seem to do anything either.
3. Uninstalling the power packages didn't help. (pkginfo | grep -i power returns nothing)
4. Multiple hard reboots in between the processes seems to do nothing.
How can I get this machine running so I didn't wast a big chunk of money? I'm new to Solaris but would expect there's some configuration setting that I'm not seeing. I've looked at many logs in /var but haven't seen anything to help me out.