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himacs
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map file systems.

Hi admins,

my server is B.11.23 integrity server.

Actually while rebooting server i went to shell prompt.And i listed mapped filesystems using map command which i attached here.
Now please tell me from which mapped FS i can boot the system..whether from fs10r fs2..?

from attachment i can make out that fs1 is mapped for CDROM..

regards
himacs
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Re: map file systems.

no fs0 is the CDROM

fs1 is the EFI boot partition of a SAS disk in your system, fs2 is another EFI partition which probably has some offline diagnostic utilities in it.

So fs1 is the partition you want.

HTH

Duncan

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Torsten.
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Re: map file systems.

It must be fs1: (harddisk). fs0: is CDROM, fs2 is service partition.

Hope this helps!
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himacs
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Re: map file systems.

Hi Thanx for the responses.

This is the first time m doing these things.

sorry Ducan my mistake..
fs0 is for CDROM..

actually i mounted fs1 using fs1: and typed hpux to boot the node..but ended up with below error.
'hpux' not found
Exit status code;Invalid parameter

which command i have to use to start the system to multiuser.


regards
himacs
Torsten.
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Re: map file systems.

EFI is like DOS, so you can use ls and dir and cd, example:

fs0:\> cd efi

fs0:\EFI> ls
Directory of: fs0:\EFI

04/17/08 07:24p 4,096 .
04/17/08 07:24p 0 ..
04/17/08 07:24p 4,096 HPUX
04/17/08 07:24p 4,096 Intel_Firmware
04/17/08 07:24p 4,096 diag
04/17/08 07:24p 4,096 hp
04/17/08 07:24p 4,096 tools
0 File(s) 0 bytes
7 Dir(s)


fs0:\EFI> cd hpux

fs0:\EFI\HPUX> ls
Directory of: fs0:\EFI\HPUX

04/17/08 07:24p 4,096 .
04/17/08 07:24p 4,096 ..
04/17/08 07:40p 654,025 hpux.efi
04/17/08 07:40p 24,576 nbp.efi
04/17/08 07:40p 12 AUTO
3 File(s) 678,613 bytes
2 Dir(s)

Hope this helps!
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R.K. #
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Re: map file systems.

Hi Himacs,

You can also do:
Shell> map -r -fs -b

This will update mapping and provide bootable paths.
In the attachment fs0 if bootable.

Thanks..
Don't fix what ain't broke
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R.K. #
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Re: map file systems.

Hi Again,

As said you can try going into directories by doing "cd" and finally you will find "HPUX.EFI".
From that prompt execute:
fs0:\EFI\HPUX> hpux.efi

See the attachment.

Thanks..
Don't fix what ain't broke
himacs
Super Advisor

Re: map file systems.

Hi Torsten ,RK

thanx for the responses

let me test the same in the server.will come back to u with updates.


regards
himacs