Today one of my OpenSolaris boxes could not get to the GRUB menu. Instead, I was dropped at the GRUB prompt. I tried running:
bootfs rpool/ROOT/opensolaris kernel$ /platform/i86pc/kernel/$ISADIR/unix -B $ZFS-BOOTFS
But this was failing with a “
inconsistent file system structure” error. I searched the Internet and found ZFS rpool Upgrade and GRUB. What I did is booting from an OpenSolaris CD, then tried to import the
rpool ZFS pool:
mkdir /tmp/rpool zpool import -R /tmp/rpool rpool
But this was failed with an error message that indicated someone else might be using that ZFS pool. To force the import I used the following command instead:
zpool import -f -R /tmp/rpool rpool
This time it worked flawlessly and I could check the GRUB
menu.lst file was in place and looked okay. So, before trying to rebuilt the boot archives or reinstalling GRUB, I rebooted the box. This time, the GRUB menu came up and I could boot the system. I’m not entirely sure what happened yet.
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