Depending on the nature of the replaced drive, you might need to perform administrative tasks to reinstall software before the server can boot. Refer to the Oracle Solaris OS administration documentation for more information.
See Drive LEDs.
If the fault LED is not illuminated, the drive is ready to be configured according to your requirements. Go to Step 3.
If the fault LED is lit, see Detecting and Managing Faults.
The procedures that you perform at this point depend on how your data is configured. You might need to partition the drive, create file systems, load data from backups, or have data updated from a RAID configuration.
The following commands might apply to your circumstances:
You can use the Oracle Solaris command cfgadm -al to list all drives in the device tree, including unconfigured drives.
If the drive is not in the list, such as with a newly installed drive, you can use devfsadm to configure it into the tree. See the devfsadm man page for details.