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    • root@CFTTEST:~# ls -lad /dev/dld lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 27 Dec 7 2013 /dev/dld -> ../devices/pseudo/dld@0:ctl root@CFTTEST:~# ls -Ll /dev/dld crw-rw-rw- 1 root sys 48, 0 Dec 26 2016 /dev/dld
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    • From the OpenSolaris code (which is somewhat different from the Solaris 11.3 code because the OpenSolaris code always needs an argument and doesn't default to show-link as the Solaris 11 code does), the only way to get the dladm: could not open /dev/dld: operation failed error message is for the call to open( "/dev/dld" ... ); to fail with an unexpected errno. The Solaris 11 code likely behaves the same, which means something unexpected is going on. Hence the truss command to find out what that unexpected errno actually is.

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