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This sounds like a very serious problem.
Is it the root pool that suspends across all of the systems?
I would check all the usual diagnostic data as described below.
Let me know if any of this reveals a common thread.
1. Review general system log messages:
# more /var/adm/messages
2. Review FMA fault logs:
# fmadm faulty
3. Review accumulating FMA fault info:
4. Review accumulating FMA error log:
# fmdump -eV | more
5. Check disk errors:
# iostat -en
# iostat -En
Thanks for your reply. We did all the suggestions you made in your reply. However, still stuck. We are trying to find a way to mimic the issues and cause the problem so we do a crash dump. So far no luck. Suggestions still welcome.
is this on the root pool or another and what's the failmode set to of the relevant pool(s)?
we had something similar on a non-root pool due to a dodgy fibre cable...