Yes, boot -r is the culprit.
As an alternative, Sun support said that I could manually comment out
the reference to sf in /kernel/drv/ssd.conf. I would have to remember
to uncomment it if we ever added a Photon storage device.
$ grep sf ssd.conf
name="ssd" parent="sf" target=0;
Thank you for the info.
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephen Harris [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, November 17, 1997 5:16 PM
> To: L.Avrami@dialogic.com
> Subject: Re: /var/adm/messages: WARNING: add_spec: No major
> number for sf
> > The following message appears in /var/adm/messages when
> > rebooting out Ultra 4000 running Solaris 2.5.1:
> > WARNING: add_spec: No major number for sf
> > I thought that I had read somewhere that there was a patch that
> > fixed this? Does anyone happened to know the patch number?
> This only happens with a "boot -r" doesn't it?
> 104628-05 or later should fo the job...
> (from 104628-02)
> 4046851 need socal and sf entries in driver_aliases and name_to_major
> files to support photon
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