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How to find the boot disk?

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Solaris 450, 4 disks. the boot disk does not work and the box can not start up.

How can I find out which disk is the boot disk?

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On the assumption that your OBP is correct,
 printenv boot-device
This displays the list of devices/alias the machine will try to boot from, in the order they are tried.
Note the first one, if it's not a full hardware path, run
  devalias
and find which one matches the alias displayed previously.
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thanks.
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