As the headline says everything or almost everything important as root under root (/) was moved to /old on a Solaris 10 machine. So now the typical fault when trying when running commands are
Cannot find /usr/lib/ld.so.1 (changed
$PATH and also tried changing
$LD_RUN_PATH and exporting them but nothing of that seems to change the real library path). Tried pretty much yesterday to find something that might help but found nothing that will actually change the library path for Solaris 10 other than maybe
crle but can't run that since
Cannot find /usr/lib/ld.so.1.
Found a lot of root or /usr/bin recovery tips and so on for Linux but the that information for that regarding Solaris 10/Unix is not rife and very sparse.
Cannot find /usr/lib/ld.so.1. Can't neither log in with other sessions to the machine. Though one session is still up which can be used and that window's being stalled with
while true; do date; echo hej 1234567; done. We've discussed the solution to use a Solaris boot CD and also a Linux dist on a USB drive. We've discussed the solution to switch the hard drive disks to another rack.
/.../static/.../mv solution has been tested but it didn't work.
The commands that still can be used are (there might be more commands that can be used):
Is there a way to create a directory or folder without
mkdir? Is there any way to use
>> to restore
/usr/lib/ld.so.1? I know that more than
/usr/lib/ld.so.1 will probably need to be restored in order for commands to work.
Thank you very much for reading and have a very nice day =)