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what command to get out of system maintenance mode

what command to get out of system maintenance mode

what command to get out of system maintenance mode

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My computer was accidentally unplugged from the socket. When I the computer back in the socket and reboot it, this was the message on the screen:

Reboot with command: which I used init 3, 5,6 fsck and vfstab (cannot open vfstab)

Jun 15 02: 17:50 svc.startd [7]: svc:/system/filesystem/root: default: Method "/lib/svc/method/fs-root" failed with exit status 1.

Jun 15 02:17:53 svc.startd [7]: system/filesystem/root:default failed: transitioned to maintenance (see 'svcs -xv' for details)

Hostname:

Requesting System Maintenace Mode
(See /lib/svc/share/README for more information.)
Console login services cannot run

Root password for system maintenance (control -d) to bypass:

Please, I would greatly appreciate for any person to help me get out this mess.

RE: what command to get out of system maintenance mode

Can you log in as root and try to fsck the root (/) partition?

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