Original question/message was:
>Problem. The system will not come up. Apparently it's looking to
>boot from le()vmunix which (I think) is the ethernet card. How can I get
>it to boot from the new drive? probe-scsi shows the Seagate drive at
>target 0, logical unit 0. Prom version is 1.3.
I received several answers. Several people mentioned that I should
have the diag option set to FALSE (I had). One person told me to
check and see if a Sparc 1+ can run Solaris 2.5 (it can).
The answer that solved my problem was:
Stephen Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org>: Try "sd(0,3,0)". Sun's can remap ID's
0 and 3 for some historical reason, so scsi id 0 is logical ID 3 and
scsi id 3 is logical ID 0.
Thus I set the boot device to be sd(0,3,0) and the system boots.
Many thanks to:
Ronald Loftin <email@example.com>
Stephen Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Bryan Hodgson <email@example.com>
Chris Liljenstolpe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
"David Evans" <DJEVANS@au.oracle.com>
for their quick emails.
James Ford - Seebeck Computer Center
The University of Alabama (in Tuscaloosa, Alabama)
(205) 348-3968 (205) 348-3993 (fax)
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