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can you check the svcs -xv
then which services are in maintenance do the service dependency check
svcs -d svc:/application/management/seaport:default
in the o/p if any service in disabled then enable it
still not solved do
svcs -l svc:/application/management/seaport
and read the
Run 'svcs -xv' to see what is failing.
Then check the logs in /var/svc/log for those ones to see why they are failing.
The messages seen point to a problem with the network/rpc/bind service so make sure that it is running fine.
If it is failing try running it manually as '/usr/sbin/rpcbind -d' to see what is happening
The most likely cause is a problem with name services (such as a problem finding the right groups or service entries from /etc/services)