This is the summary for the /usr partition being renamed:
Thanks to all those who replied:
Wesley W. Garland
Douglas C. Palmer
Kevin P. Inscoe
Hope I did not forget anyone...
Several people mentioned about a console server and a boot server.
I had both, but never thought about booting from the boot server.
I have only ever used it for jumpstarts, and it never occurred to
me to boot off that server (would have saved the drive in!)
Others mentioned about /usr/sbin/static/...
I could have just done /oldusr/sbin/static/mv /mnt /usr and rebooted!
or /oldusr/sbin/static/cp -pr /mnt /usr ...
Some mentioned about the LD_LIBRARY_PATH...I had tried all of that and it
did not work.
I'm sure the above will work for me (if there is ever a next time)!
Also, someone mentioned to compile the GNU version of mkdir (static)
, but the static cp or mv already on the system should do the trick!
BTW: this was Solaris 2.5.1 (forgot to mention it in the first email).
Thanks again GURU's...
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