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Problems That Might Occur With Oracle Solaris 10 and Workarounds


Problems That Might Occur With Oracle Solaris 10 and Workarounds
The following table lists the problems that might occur with Oracle Solaris 10 and workarounds for them.
Table 3-50  Problems That Might Occur With Oracle Solaris 10 and Workarounds
Bug 15738030
Model SPARC M12-1, SPARC M12-2, SPARC M12-2S, SPARC M10-1, SPARC M10-4, SPARC M10-4S
Description If both of the following conditions are satisfied, a control domain panic may occur with "BAD TRAP: type=31".
- The operating system of the control domain is Oracle Solaris 10.

- As a result of executing ldm list-domain -o memory primary, the RA (real address) is greater than 0x200000000000.
Workaround This has been modified with patch 148888-03 for Oracle Solaris 10.
Perform the following procedure.
1. Execute ldm list-domain -o memory primary to display the value of SIZE.

2. Execute ldm start-reconf primary to enter the delayed reconfiguration mode.

3. Execute ldm remove-memory 256M primary to reduce the assigned memory.

4. Execute ldm set-memory <SIZE value in step 1> primary to return the assigned memory back to the original size.

5. Restart the Oracle Solaris of the control domain.

6. Execute ldm list-domains -o memory primary to confirm that the RA is smaller than 0x200000000000.

7. Execute ldm add-spconfig <configuration information name> to save the configuration information to the XSCF.