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After restarting my solaris 10 U3 sparc server, I am getting error related to SIGSYS and server is going into single user mode.
When I try to do anything in single user mode getting an error "BAD system call" and the commands are terminating.

Please  advice on how to troubleshoot  this problem and rectify it.
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by:omarfarid
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have you done any changes on your system recently? What is the error message you are getting?
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by:Deepti_vobilineni
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No...we have not made any changes offlate....exact error message appears as below,

Requesting System Maintenance Mode
svc.configd signalled: SYS
Root password for system maintenance:
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How the system was restarted? did you encountered any power failure?

What type of disk partitions are you using? are using volume manager ?

when you enter single user mode, can you run the following command

fsck -y

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by:Deepti_vobilineni
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There was a scheduled power shutdown last weekend for a maintenance activity, hence I have shutdown the server on friday and again started it this morning.

We are using "UFS" filesystem....no volume manager.

Yes, I am able to run fsck -y, it has done changes to the filesystem...but even after that getting "Bad System Call" error when tr to mount FS.
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did you install any patches before that? do you have a valid / recent full backup of your system?
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