Thanks to Justin Stringfellow.
I had patched the system when it wasn't properly in single user mode.
I typed 'init s' while in run-level 3, but it seems that rebooting to single user
mode is the only way to guarantee that you are really there.
The recovery involved finding the affected file in the patch, putting it on a tape,
booting into single user mode from CD, mounting the filesystem and replacing the
affected file using the one on the tape.
This worked great and only took about 5 minutes.
"Jeffrey Harper (r22474)" wrote:
> I've just installed the latest set of recommended patches, and the Y2000 patches
> on an Enterprise 1 with Sol2.5.1.
> After the patches installed I rebooted, and now the system won't start.
> The error on the console says :
> /kernel/drv/sad: undefined symbol fmod_unlock
> sad error doing common
> WARNING: Cannot load drv/sad
> Can't load the root filesystem
> Type 'go' to resume
> How can I recover from this without rebuilding the system ??
-- Jeff Harper, Senior Systems Analyst Tel : +44 1355 355029 Atmel Smart Card IC Fax : +44 1355 260117 c/o Motorola Ltd, Colvilles Road, East Kilbride, G75 0TG, Scotland. Email : R22474@email.sps.mot.com
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