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x86: Some Systems With BIOS Firmware Do Not Boot If the EFI_PMBR Entry in the Master Boot Record Is Not Active (7174841)
SPARC: GPT Labeled Disk Support
x86: Booting in UEFI Mode From the ISO Image Is Very Slow
x86: Oracle Solaris Does Not Boot on Disks With More Than Two-Terabyte LUN/Disk With 4 GB Emulex and Qlogic FC HBA Cards (7187083, 7188696)
Custom SMF Site Profiles Should Be Placed in a Subdirectory (7074277)
sysconfig configure Command With the -c Option Flattens Directory Tree (7094123)
SPARC: System Fails to Boot an iSCSI LUN on an iSCSI Storage Array (7148479)
zfs set/inherit mountpoint Shows a Failure Message on Oracle Solaris 10 Branded Zones (7195977)
System Reboots Continuously Because of a ZFS-Related Panic (7191375)
Issues When Replacing or Using New Advanced Format Disk Drives on Oracle Solaris Systems
Lack of a Power Safe Feature on Certain Models of Advanced Format 512e Disk Drives Can Result in Data Loss
Installation and Boot Support on 4kn Disks on SPARC Systems Requires a Specific PROM Version
RDSv3 Support Is Required for Successful HCA DR Operation (7098279)
zoneadm attach Command Might Hang With the -a and -n Options (7089182)
svccfg validate Command Fails on a Split Manifest (7054816)
SPARC: System Fails to Boot When SP Is in Degraded Mode (6983290)
Sporadic Runtime Failures in an OpenMP Application (7088304)
32-bit: PCSXREG Triggers EINVAL Error for YMM and Floating-Point Registers (7187582)
Incorrect Disk Can Be Selected by Interactive Installers When Two Disks With the Same volname Exist (7195880)
FCoE Port Is Not Online After Creation (7191873)
asr-notify Is in Maintenance Mode If Incorrect ASR Properties Are Specified (7195227)
x86: cfgadm -c configure and hotplug enable Commands Fail to Configure a Hotplug or PCIe EM Slot (7198763)
SPARC: IPsec Packet Might Be Dropped on T2 and T3 Series Platforms (7184712)
System Might Hang When Running the tshark Command on an Interface With Network Traffic (7202371)
Network Is Unreachable for the First Time After an Installation When Switching From Automatic NCP to DefaultFixed NCP (15824547)
Evolution Application Crashes After New Installation (7077180)
SPARC: Desktop Issues With USB Keyboard, Mouse, and Physical Monitor (7024285)
D-Bus System Daemon Has a Small File Descriptor Limit for Sun Ray or XDMCP Server Use (7194070)
x86: Bitmapped Console Is Not Shown Properly on the NVIDIA Graphics Chipset (7106238)
x86: Bundled Driver Panics When X Server Is Started in UEFI Mode (7116675)
x86: ZFS Pool Information Becomes Stale After Running the stmsboot Command With -e Option (7168262)
Performance of an Uncached Random Write Workload on a Pool of SSD Devices Is Low (7185015)
x86: CPU Power Level Warnings During System Boot (7146341)
SPARC: Devices on PCI Box Cannot Be Configured by hotplug on Fujitsu M10 Systems (7196117)
Non-GTK Applications Fail to Connect to ATOK Language Engine on Non-UTF-8 Locales (7082766)
A. Previously Documented Bugs That Are Fixed in the Oracle Solaris 11.1 Release
This section describes the network-related issues in Oracle Solaris 11.1.
On SPARC T2 and T3 platforms, the IPsec packet might be dropped if one or more CPUs on the domain are not associated with any control word queue (CWQ). The following error message might be displayed:
Thread[3000b87c000] is already bound to CPU which is not associated with any CWQ
Workaround: Choose one of the following workarounds:
Use the dladm command to bind the data-links to CPUs that are associated with a CWQ.
# dladm set-linkprop -p cpus=comma-separated-list-of-processor-IDs link-name
Reconfigure the domain so that all the CPUs on the system are associated with a CWQ.
Check for virtual CPUs (VCPU ) and crypto units (MAU) that are on the domain by using the ldm command.
% ldm ls -l domain-name
For more information, see the ldm(1) man page.
If CPUs are not associated with a crypto unit, turn the CPU offline by using the psradm command.
% psradm -f processor-ID
For more information, see the psradm(1) man page.
The system might hang when you run the tshark command on an interface with network traffic.
Workaround: Use the snoop command instead of tshark or wireshark command.
During the process of configuring your network after installing Oracle Solaris 11.1, if you switch from the Automatic network configuration profile (NCP) to the DefaultFixed NCP, the network might become unreachable. This behavior occurs upon a system reboot after the installation, during the first switch from the Automatic NCP to the DefaultFixed NCP. The network might be unreachable though the DefaultFixed NCP network configuration is valid.
Note - The behavior can occur in both global and non-global zones.
When you run the ping command, the following message is displayed:
# ping 192.168.10.3 ping: send to Network is unreachable
The network is not reachable if the system fails to disable the IP Filter service when the default network configuration mode is switched from a reactive NCP to the DefaultFixed NCP. You can run the following commands to check the status of the IP Filter service:
# svcs ipfilter STATE STIME FMRI online Oct_17 svc:/network/ipfilter:default
# ipfstat -io block out log all pass out quick on lo0 all pass out quick proto udp from any to any port = bootps block in log all pass in quick on lo0 all pass in quick proto udp from any to any port = bootpc
# ipfstat -io6 block out log all pass out quick on lo0 all pass out quick proto udp from ::/0 to ::/0 port = dhcpv6-server pass out quick proto ipv6-icmp from ::/0 to ::/0 block in log all pass in quick on lo0 all pass in quick proto udp from ::/0 to ::/0 port = dhcpv6-client pass in quick proto ipv6-icmp from ::/0 to ::/0
Workaround: Refresh the svc:/network/location:default SMF service.
# svcadm refresh svc:/network/location:default