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svccfg: Unexpected libscf error on line 15052 of svccfg_libscf.c: entity not found. (Doc ID 2782577.1)

Last updated on JUNE 09, 2021

Applies to:

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


When removing a service, a problem may occur where by not all the pieces are removed.

When the following command line is run to determine what is causing the issue, the output
provides an error with no details to help determine where the error comes from or how to fix it:

   # svccfg listcust -M
   root_account                               application   admin    MASKED
   root_account/expire                     astring        admin    MASKED
   root_account/read_authorization   astring        admin    MASKED
   root_account/ssh_public_keys      astring        admin    MASKED
   root_account/stability                  astring        admin    MASKED Evolving
   root_account/login                      astring        admin    MASKED root
   root_account/password               astring        admin    MASKED .............................
   root_account/type                      astring        admin    MASKED normal
   svc:/network/shares/group:default                admin    MASKED
   general framework                                      admin    MASKED
   general/complete                      astring        admin    MASKED
   general/enabled                       boolean       admin    MASKED true
   svccfg: Unexpected libscf error on line 15052 of svccfg_libscf.c: entity not found.



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