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Possible you work at zone.
For check -
df -k /opt
/usr/sbin/prtdiag -v ( this command work only at global zone)
reboot server, boot into single user mode and then try to run fsck on filesystem
Yes am actually in zone, and i try to to run application on /opt, i can make the directory on, is still showing me read only file system error.
Have restart the server still the same, can some one help me out.
In global run:
#zonecfg -z "zone" export
and see if /opt is from global and share in zone.
Probably yes, and its a problem.
Edited by: user13643597 on 12/Out/2012 7:39
/opt, /usr are shared from global zone, it will not allow you to write anything into it from local zones. You can try installing the application from global zone and try to run it in the local zone, like how the patches are installed. I have done so for netvault backup tool. You need not do any operation like running fsck in maintenance mode, it will not change any permission for you.
Edited by: Soorya on Oct 12, 2012 1:50 PM
Or you can create a zone that is full root rather than sparse, that way nothing will be mounted readonly from the global zone.
Please run this command and post for your zone configuration
zonecfg -z zonename info