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TL = 1, TT = 10. ERROR: Illegal Instruction

System keeps on booting to OBP. cant get to solaris console.

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  • teisatl Nov 27, 2008

    I've the same problem on a SUN 4900,

    the c0t0d0 disk cannot be encapsulated by Veritas, and I have the following error:



    Rebooting with command: boot vx-rootmirr
    Boot path: /ssm@0,0/pci@18,700000/pci@1/scsi@2/disk@0,0:a Boot args:
    TL = 1, TT = 10. ERROR: Illegal Instruction
    TSTATE= 0x1400 [ccr = 0x0, asi = 0x0, pstate = 0x14, cwp = 0x0]
    TPC= 0000000000004000
    TNPC= 0000000000004004
    TICK= 80000048408a316d, TICKCMP = 8000000000000000

    debugger entered.



    Any ideas?

    Thanjs

    Sabrina

  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    **************After install from base DVD (Solaris 9/05), system failed to boot with message: -
    Rebooting with command: boot
    TL = 1, TT = 10. ERROR: Illegal Instruction
    TSTATE= 0x1400 [ccr = 0x0, asi = 0x0, pstate = 0x14, cwp = 0x0]
    TPC= 0000000000004000
    TNPC= 0000000000004004
    TICK= 8000004be5bbfe34, TICKCMP = 8000000000000000

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