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Sun-Fire V440 boot disk issue

Hi,

I have Sun Fire V440. Boot disks are mirrored. system crashed and it's not coming up. Error message is

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Insufficient metadevice database replicas located. Use Metadb to delete databases which are broken.

Boot disks are mirrored and other disks are ZFS configuration. Please help.

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