It is often possible that we boot from a Solaris machine from one of the root mirror disk, and after sometime we forget current active disk. And the information of active boot disk is important while we perform SVM maintenance disks. This post will help you to identify the active boot disk used to boot the Solaris.
First of all most easiest way to check the current active boot disk is look at the file – /boot/solaris/bootenv.rc . But, if you think this file might have been modified after the recent boot by some reasons, then probably you need below set of instruction to find the active disk.
To check which disk was accessed by BIOS to load GRUB and start the boot process, run these commands:
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