[erlang-questions] Installing 17.1 on a T2 kills it
Thu Aug 28 01:58:37 CEST 2014
This sounds like it could be a number of possible issues, not exactly
related to Erlang. I would start by checking the file system and
partitions. Have you checked to see if there's any partition that's out
of space? That could definitely bring your system down and keep you
from booting correctly. There might be physical problem with the
disk(s) or something messed up with /etc/fstab. And there certainly
might be other possible issues. My overall recommendation with such a
system is to try to get the latest Solaris (v11.2) DVD, and do a
completely new install, while checking the state of the disk(s) in the
process. OpenIndiana might work well also. In the new install, try to
minimize the number of partitions as possible, while maximizing their sizes.
On 07/04/2014 12:06 AM, Richard A. O'Keefe wrote:
> On 3/07/2014, at 9:14 PM, Lukas Larsson wrote:
>> On Thu, Jul 3, 2014 at 3:25 AM, Richard A. O'Keefe <> wrote:
>> (1) Has anyone else had this problem?
>> Our sunos 5.11 (SunOS <hostname> 5.11 oi_151a9 i86pc i386 i86pc) machine does not have this problem.
> I was specifically asking about the T2.
> Has anyone else had this problem *on a T2*?
> (Part of the problem may be that the machine is actually
> a pre-production one. So there may be a hardware issue that
> nothing else has tickled.)
> I have OpenSolaris in VirtualBox on my laptop,
> and Solaris 11 in VirtualBox on my desktop.
> However, neither of those offers 64 virtual CPUS.
>> Unfortunately there is no way to do this. Manually you can remove line 1190 to 1222 in erts/configure.in and that should make it skip the test.
> I removed everything, unpacked the .tar file again, made this change,
> but something went wrong somehow and the thing went belly up at the
> same place again. Lectures resume next week so I'm not going to have
> much time to try to resolve this.
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