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I'm not exactly sure what happened here but the zone name doesn't change. If the zone patch is wrong, I'd try using zonecfg to change the zone path to the proper value and then boot the zone normally.1 person found this helpful
zonecfg -z pbspfox1
set zonepath=/zone/pbspfox1 (or whatever is the proper path)
zoneadm -z pbspfox1 boot
If the zone didn't get properly updated, you might be able to update it by detaching the zone:
zoneadm -z pbspfox1 detach
and doing an update reattach
zoneadm -z pbspfox1 attach -u
Disclaimer: All of the above was done from memory without testing, I may have gotten some things wrong.
Hopefully this will help. I've had similar issues in the past but I'm not sure I've had exactly the same problem so I can't tell for sure whether this will help you or not. It is what I'd try. Of course, try to avoid getting yourself into a position where you can't back something out if necessary. This kind of thing can be messy and may require more than one try. If a remember correctly there were some issues with the live upgrade software as shipped with Solaris 10 8/11. I'd get it patched up to current levels ASAP to avoid additional issues.