email@example.com (Tim Henrion)
Ray Trzaska <firstname.lastname@example.org>
for the lightning quick responses!
The problem was that someone had changed the the remote
mounts without updating the vfstab.
Commenting out the entries allowed the machine to boot as normal.
Is it normal for the boot process on sol2.5.1 to halt if nfs machines aren't
From: postmaster <email@example.com>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Tuesday, January 20, 1998 9:43 AM
Subject: SS10,sol 2.5.1 boot hangs after uncorrectable nfs mount errors...
>A SS10 attempting to run sol 2.5.1 hangs in the boot process at
>a point wjhere it is trying to mount a nfs drive.
>I get the message
>/mount1: unrecoverable error
>/mount2: non existant mount point:
>the boot process then just stops.
>I can L1A to the test the tpx and I see the packets flying by,
>and test-all works fine too.
>Any help is, as usual, greatly appreciated!
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