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It's some time I did that on AIX, but there was the powermt command for all this:

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powermt display               # Shows info that you can refine with additional parameters and arguments
powermt restore dev=all       # Restores your failed paths, if possible

I assume that this should be about the same command on Solaris and Linux.
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