On 12/15/11 07:38 AM, "Hung-Sheng Tsao (Lao Tsao 老曹) Ph.D." wrote:
On 12/14/2011 1:27 PM, Ian Collins wrote:
On 12/15/11 04:27 AM, Enda O'Connor wrote:
On 12/14/11 03:30, Ian Collins wrote:
Hello,

I just tried booting a Solaris 10 branded zone after upgrading its host
to Solaris 11 (from Express) and it migrated OK, but won't boot:

# zoneadm -z sandpit boot
zone 'sandpit': WARNING: vnic3:1: no matching subnet found in
netmasks(4): 172.25.48.101; using default of 255.255.0.0.
zone 'sandpit': Error: The installed version of Solaris 10 is not
supported.
zone 'sandpit': SPARC systems require patch 142909-17
zone 'sandpit': x86/x64 systems require patch 142910-17
zone 'sandpit': exec /usr/lib/brand/solaris10/s10_boot sandpit
/zoneRoot/sandpit failed
zone 'sandpit': ERROR: unable to unmount /zoneRoot/sandpit/root.

The zone originally came from a Solaris 10 update 9 system. How do I go
about patching it?

actually, further to Mike's reply on how to reverse dsconvert, the
message above should not have happened if zone was at update 9 level, as
update 9 has 142909-17/142910-17, are you sure the zone was at update 9
kernel?
Pretty sure, yes.  The zone was exported from an older version (update
8) and attached (with -u) into an update 9 VM before conversion to a
branded zone.  I've probably still got the VM, so I'll fire it up and
have a look.
may be you need to run attach -U instead

-U?  There isn't a documented -U option.

-- Ian.
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