In this step we remove c3, which is shown in Locate an SSD .
The cfgadm command requires an Ap_Id, and for c3 the Ap_Id is c3::w50015179595d1158,0.
# cfgadm -c unconfigure c5::w5000cca02505cc12,0
The blue Ready to Remove LED lights on the SSD if this step is successful.
# cfgadm -c unconfigure Ap_Id cfgadm: Hardware specific failure: failed to unconfigure SCSI device: I/O error
You must quiesce the SSD and unconfigure it fully before attempting to remove the SSD. See HDD and SSD Hot-Plug Capabilities.
The entry for the SSD should have disappeared from the list. c0t5000CCA02507A528d0 was formerly number 2 and is now number 1.
# format Searching for disks...done AVAILABLE DISK SELECTIONS: 0. c0t5000CCA025048FD0d0 <HITACHI-H106060SDSUN600G-A2B0 cyl 64986 alt 2 hd 27 sec 668> solaris /scsi_vhci/disk@g5000cca025048fd0 /dev/chassis/SPARC_M5-32.AK00056255//SYS/IOU1/HDD0/disk 1. c0t5000CCA02507A528d0 <HITACHI-H106060SDSUN600G-A2B0 cyl 64986 alt 2 hd 27 sec 668> solaris ...
c3 appears in the output and is shown as unconfigured.
# cfgadm -al Ap_Id Type Receptacle Occupant Condition ... c2 scsi-sas connected configured unknown c2::w5000cca025048fd1,0 disk-path connected configured unknown c3 scsi-sas connected configured unknown c3::w50015179595d1158,0 disk-path connected unconfigured unknown c4 scsi-sas connected configured unknown c4::w5000cca02507950a,0 disk-path connected configured unknown ...
See Remove an SSD.