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Following is the error in var/adm/messages.what it is for.
"scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING: /pci@1f,4000/scsi@3,1/sd@b,0 (sd25):
offline".

What it means and what the solution?

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Sounds like a bad disk,
what is the output of format
does it show a failed disk
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You running any volume management ?  Like SVM or VxVM.

If so and depending on which one, you should trying running:

SVM => metastat
VxVM => vxprint

These commands will tell you if any mirrors or RAID5 areas have been impacted.
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Sorry, from your title I see you are running disksuite - I assume 4.2.1 maybe ?  You didn't mention which Solaris rev you are running.

So since disk suite - definitely metastat.
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by:JLTunnell
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it appears that you have a bad or going bad disk
run metastat command and look for errors
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by:SumeshDaftary
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Dear Bayerabati

You have mentioned the generic error, to find perfect answer.

Could you please put the line after that error, that is the cause of this error.

Once you see that line, you can easily find solution of it.

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