Solaris Operating System: Local Filesystem Issue May Cause No Network Services on Reboot
(Doc ID 1006905.1)
Last updated on NOVEMBER 24, 2022
Applies to:Solaris Operating System - Version 10 and later
Systems running Solaris 10 Operating System (S10) with local filesystem issues will find that network services such as inetd or sshd fail start.
A bootup/reboot, will commonly see this type of message:
At least four items may be observed during this issue:
- 'svcs -x' sees issue with: svc:/system/filesystem/local:default (local file system mounts)
- 'inetd' not running
- 'sshd' not running
- multiuser milestone is not completed
Since network services are not available in this situation, administrators will need to be connected to the system via console or serial port to see these boot errors.
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