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Need to Check Both /etc/system and /etc/system.d Files for Kernel Tunable Setting (Doc ID 2449854.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 06, 2019

Applies to:

Solaris Operating System - Version 11.3 to 11.4 [Release 11.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Issue
- unable to boot guest domain after deployment from uar
- getting errors "WARNING: vio_dring_bind:[4] dring_bind: (12, Not enough space)"

How to Deploy a System From a Unified Archive (UAR) Using AI

The UAR named "s11template27072018.uar" was created from an "IO root" guest domain called ux-guest01  i.e  which has no virtual disks, and is not configured to use vHBA, and it owns an IO bus.

Deploy this UAR onto a guest domain named ux-guest-app-01 which has no virtual disks, owns no IO bus, and is configured to use vhba.

The explorer are from theIO ROOT domain because the guest domain cannot get booted up, its enter in a loop with the messages vio_dring_bind:[3] dring_bind: (12, Not enough space) that's why we didn't get the explorer of it uploaded.

Cause

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