Thanks a lot for the quick responses. Really saved my day.
The solution was :
fsck -y /dev/md/rdsk/d0
"Marc S. Gibian" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
You should be able to fsck the filesystem on your concatenated meta device. For
the future, I recommend you look into configuring your large filesystem as a
trans meta device to avoid the lengthy fsck-s typically required on concatenated
filesystems. Also, since your disks are identical, you might consider
configuring them as a stripe rather than just a concatenation as that will give
you much higher performance with the same hardware.
" Rogerio Rocha - BVL - Lisbon Stock Exchange -I.S." <email@example.com>
whose mail came in first, suggesting the above solution.
AND TO ALL THOSE WHOSE REPLIES MAY BE ON THE WAY.
I have an ultra-2 (Solaris 5.5.1). One multipack (6 x 2GB hard
> disks inside) is attached to this. Using SDS 4.0 I have concatenated
> the multipack to get a single volume of 12GB. I had downloaded
> some important s/w on this.
> There was a power-failure and this multipack is not getting mounted now.
> Can i run fsck on this? If not, which utility in SDS will allow me
> to check the fs and get it running.
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