Original SAN to a New Solaris Server: Corrupt Label

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Original SAN to a New Solaris Server: Corrupt Label

I've seen several posts that are similar to what I'm trying to do but no dice. I have a server (SunFire V215) that went belly up. I've set up a new one. I'm getting a corrupt label: wrong magic number error. Everything I'm seeing says label the drives, but if I do I'm afraid I'll lose the data I'm trying to recover from the disk array (VTrak e610f).

All I'd like to do is get the information from the Disk array. I'm unable to get to it to even get the IP address from it, was not here when that was established and I don't know how it's configured. Any assistance or feedback or even a link to a thread I may have missed would be greatly appreciated.
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