After firmware upgrade many daemons became disabled in Solaris 10

drei22
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After successfully upgrading my Sun T5240's firmware, the server was rebooted and now I have many services that won't start. They have become either offline, disabled or uninitialized. I have attached doc's one labeled broken (disabled server) and the other labeled notbroken (what the server should look like).

Is there any way to pull a config file from a known good server and put it on my broken server as all of the servers are clones?

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Principle Software Engineer
Commented:
Looks like some kind of disk problem. The system is stuck waiting for this service
to come online:

svc:/system/filesystem/local:default

But it is in maintenance.

First, look in the /var/adm messages file for any errors. Then run the "svcs -xv" command. That will tell you what the log file for the service is. Take a look in there to see what it says.

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Commented:
Blu, the logs say?

Jul 15 02:51:42 dcasetsvi103 scsi: [ID 107833 kern.warning] WARNING: /pci@400/pci@0/pci@d/lpfc@0,1/fp@0,0/ssd@w500601693ce02150,1 (ssd7):
Jul 15 02:51:42 dcasetsvi103    Corrupt label; wrong magic number
Try running 'fsck' on all the filesystems and fix those errors.  Then reboot the server, and most likely everything will be alright.
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Brian UtterbackPrinciple Software Engineer

Commented:
Yep. Your disk is corrupt. Try fsck and hope. Otherwise you may need to reformat and install.

Frank ContrepoisVP Technical Sales

Commented:
Try, sometimes :
svcadm clear filesystem/local

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or

use format to relabel the disk
http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E19455-01/806-1075/msgs-1187/index.html
 
Artysystem administrator
Top Expert 2007
Commented:
> Corrupt label; wrong magic number

This message is non-critical if you run Oracle database on raw partition or if you run Veritas/Symantec volumes.

Please run
svcs -vx
mount
cat /etc/vfstab

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Artysystem administrator
Top Expert 2007

Commented:
and DON'T  run relabel on Oracle raw partition or Veritas veritas dedicated...

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Commented:
Found out I basically have a rare bug.

http://kristof.willen.be/node/889

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