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Do you really think that's enough information for anyone to help to solve your problem?
An I/O error generally means there is some problem accessing the underlying device.
See if this disk and disk label is available and accessible in the format utility. I've also
seen this error with some intervening virtualization product.
First off, what are you trying to accomplish?
Second, are you sure that you have a valid partition on slice 1?
How about showing us the output of:
before we go any further
can u paste iostat -nE please
mpathadm show lu /dev/rdsk/c4t600A0B800075DDC70000022E50816175d0s2