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Solaris 10: system unstable

I have a Solaris 10 system that was working perfectly a last week.  Then on Thursday, I got a report that users were having issues with the system.  I went to run a couple of commands to see what was going on, but only received errors.  I attempted a reboot and it did resolve some issues but not all.  When I attempted to run the find command, I got the result of "find: cannot open /: Resource temporarily unavailable".  The mount all command would not mount any of ther NFS mounts it came back with...  mount: Mount point cannot be determined. Also, I am having an issue with an Oracle implmentation on the system.  One of the databases disappeared and the Oracle Apache web builder interface stopped working completety.  The system has plenty of memory and disk space.  I have checked the memory and found no issues.  The messages file has no pointers to to an error.
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warewols

8/22/2022 - Mon
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no worries :-) no nothing

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Oh it would also be helpful to see the actual error messages you are getting.
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Seems that someone went on the system and deleted file that there were not supposed to.  I have been forced to rebuild the system.
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