I only received 2 reply. Special thanks to
Antti Toivonen < email@example.com>
Will Dieterich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
When I do a man on cpr, at the end of the man, it stated
it was a bug and the workaround is to do a set-default
boot-file at ok prompt.
I include Will Dieterich reply below.
had the same problem and this is how I fixed it. do a STOP-a to get to
the prom settings, if you do a printenv you will see the cprbooter
commands and change them here. To change them I did a set-defaults to
get everything back to default shipping settings. Then I rebooted, when
that was done I logged in as root and went to the /, under there you
will see a .CPR and some .cpr_* files I moved them to a different
directory did a complete reboot. I had no problems and after an hour I
deleted all thoses files.
----- Original Message -----
> >Hi Gurus,
> >I've a Ultra-60 with Solaris 2.6. The system suddenly crashed.
> >When I tried to bootup, it prompt me
> >"Boot device:/pci@1f,4000/scsi@3/disk1,0:a File and args: -F
> >cprbooter cprboot" and then hang up.
> >I had also tried to bootup into single user mode and it failed
> >also. When I tried "Resume" the message is Fast data access MMU
> >From the sunsolve, they are alot of bugs reported
> >but no workaround given. Please help me as I need to bring up
> >the system asap. Thanks.
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