> > Hi,
> > Recently, I have configured my ES-250 Sun Enterprise server to mirror
> > the two disks using Solstice 4.2 (OS 8)
> > I was able to mirror the two disks (c0t0d0s.. and c0t12d0s..)
> > sucessfully.
> > Each disk lay out as followed
> > root s0
> > usr s1
> > swap s3
> > opt s4
> > home s5
> > var s6
> > unassigned s7 (is used to contain the state
> > database)
> > Everything was working fine until I decided to simulate by
> > switch the drive and location of these.
> > Upon powering off the system, I removed c0t0d0 and
> > placed it in c0t8d0. I then removed c0t12d0
> > (mirror)and placed it in c0t0d0 and then powering the
> > system on, I can see the following
> > Sun Enterprise 250 400MHZ
> > OpenBoot 3.22 1024 MB Memory ...
> > Ethernet Address 0:3:ba:.... Host ID ...
> > Initialize memory
> > Boot device: disk file and args:
> > Then it just sit there, like it waiting for something.
> > I waited and waited for hour and still nothing
> > changed. I can see the power LED is on and that's
> > the only LED is lid on the ES.-250, the other 5 LED is off.
> > I tried to place the disks back to its original location and
> > boot but it still failed, and resulted the same as mention above.
> > Now, neither one of these disks (Primary and mirror) boot.
> > I booted from CD and tried to mount the root by
> > issuing this command
> > # mount /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 /mnt
> > and it said
> > mount: no such device
> > Mount: can not mount /dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0
> > I figured if I can mount the root then I can go in and modified
> > the /etc/vfstab and boot w/o the SVM.
> > My two questions are
> > Does anyone know how I can mount this root partition?
> > This is the only one I can't not mount.
> > The other slices mount no problem at all.
> > Phong