The solution was obvious.
mt -f /dev/rmt/0 erase
Thanks to everyone who responded:
Benedetto Lo Giudice, Gent-Kamperman, G.H. van, Brooks, Martin, Normand
Ranger, Erwin Fritz, Jim Musso, Stephen Harris, Tim Carlson, Allan West,
Jeffrey Pyne, Chad Price, Sun System Admin, Syed Zaeem Hosain, Bertrand
Hutin, Jens Fischer, Matt Reynolds, Deepak Sinha, Harry Levinson, Rik
Schneider, todd a fiedler, James Ranks, Bryan J. Smith, Johnny Hall,
Colin_Melville@mastercard.com, email@example.com, Eric D. Pancer, Val,
Rich Quinn, Robert T. Clift, and Frank Sorenson.
Sorry for such a lame question, just one of those days....
Glad I was able to give some of you a laugh.
>Sorry to take up your time and bandwidth with a stupid question, but I'm
>having a brain fart today.
>What's the comand in Solaris 2.6 (for SPARC) to erase
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