SUMMARY:Fast Data Access MMU Miss in E450 while booting from Cdrom

From: vijay <>
Date: Tue Jun 04 2002 - 03:53:02 EDT
Hi All,

Thanks to everyone who replied.

Darren Dunham  
Sean Berry  
Alex Shepard  
Randy Romero  
Michael Kalus  
Raj, Dilip 
Tyler Hardison
Randy Romero  
Michael Kalus
Juergen Waiblinger
Somesh Nagthan.
manjeet. singh
Robert Legate
Patrick O'Reilly

Some of people suggested me to to tke the following steps.

Set Auto-reboot off
reset all
boot cdrom

Some of them suggested it might be momory problem.

But the solution which Darren and Sean worked. They suggested me to use 02/00 Operating Environment CD to start installation.

I found some sites regarding this porblem and also the problems with E450 so visit these sites to get more details.

Reply from Darren.
No version of Solaris 2.6 (or 2.5.1) can boot a machine with CPUs  faster than 419 MHz. Any machine sold by sun with such CPUs will come with a "operating environment CD".  It allows you to boot the machine and then install either 2.5.1 or 2.6.
It also has scripts that can modify an existing 2.5.1 or 2.6 jumpstart server so that it can successfully boot a "fast" machine.
If you could get the OS on the disk, then all that is required is a current set of recommended patches.  Unfortunately that's not
necessarily easy without that CD.

Reply from Sean
The minimum supported Solaris 2.6 version is HW 5/98. It will install  with 02/00 Operating Environment CD because it incorporates kernel patch 105181-19 but will not install with previous OECD versions.

Thanks again

Original mail :
I have E450 with 4CPU, 480Mhz and 4 Harddisk of 36Gb.  
When i tired to install Solaris 2.6 it gives me following 
error again and again
Fast Data Access MMU Miss 
I am using CD of 5/98.
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