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Date: Sat, 6 Nov 1999 19:59:53 +1000
To: "Joe R. Jah" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Unable to install/attach driver
nothing to worry about in this lot apart from the last line that says your
root filesystem is full.
The Unable to install/attach driver lines are just drivers that are
available but unused by your particular machine.
This is quite normal.
> Hi Folks,
> I run Solaris 2.5 on a Spark 5 box; it has two internal HD's, an HD and CD
> in an external shoe box, and an external tape drive.
> Tonight I noticed that there are quite a few "Unable" messages in the
> /var/adm/messages file at startups, although the box has been working
> satisfactorily so far;-/
> Here are the messages:
> Nov 5 21:18:38 sol unix: Unable to install/attach driver 'isp'
> Nov 5 21:53:02 sol unix: NOTICE: alloc: /: file system full
The file system is less than 30% used. That message came at the time that
I reconfigured the devices. I assume it created a lot of temporary files
and removed them because later when I restarted the machine I didn't
observe the "file system full" message.
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