This message is produced in releases after the Solaris 2.5.1. It is not produced in the Solaris 2.5.1 or earlier releases.
The message from the runtime linker ld.so.1(1) indicates that in trying to execute the application given after the first colon, the specified symbol could not be found for relocation. The message goes on to say in what file the symbol was referenced. Because this is a fatal error, the application terminates with this message.
Run the ldd -d command on the application to show its shared object dependencies and symbols that are not found. Probably your system contains an old version of the shared object that should contain this symbol. Contact the library vendor or author for an update.
This error does not necessarily occur when you first bring up an application. It could take months to develop, if ordinary use of the application seldom references the undefined symbol.
For more information about the Linker, see the Linker and Libraries Guide.