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How to recover the root partition which is mirrored but corrupted?

Dear Experts,

What would be the ideal answer to this situation ?
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rajsolaris
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rajsolaris
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CooGuruCommented:
The problem with corruption is that mirroring does not fix/prevent this.

Do you have any backups?

What is the extent/symptoms of the corruption?
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rammaghentharCommented:
1Mirroring is a solution for Disk failure.
2.For root partition corruption one solution is Recover the server/partition from OS backup.
3. try to recover fsck command.
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AmolCommented:
Hello rajsolaris,

Try fsck -y

Regards,

amolg
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NoBugCommented:
First check  the /etc/vfstab.
Use the init 0 then enter OpenBoot PROM(ok promt) and then show-disks command.
ok show-devs
ok nvalias backup_root device_path
ok printenv boot_device
ok setenv boot_device disk backup_root
ok boot backup_root
then
/usr/sbin/metastat <disk name ex:d10>
and do metadetach
then
/usr/sbin/metaroot /dev/dsk/c#t#d#s#
init 6
then clear metadevices
using
#metaclear -r d#
then reboot
ok setenv boot-device disk
ok boot


bye
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rajsolarisAuthor Commented:
Thank you.
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