Getting strange output of who -r command


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Getting strange output of who -r command

Hi

At OK> prompt, I have run the boot -s command

After system is coming on to multiuser state, when I run the " who -r" command, I get the following message

Code:
# who -r
     run-level    Oct 17 03:48                   last=

Means I dont see "S" after run-level keyword. Could any one tells me what is the meanning of "last=" & why I am not getting "S" in the above output

Regards

Last edited by DukeNuke2; 10-17-2010 at 08:40 AM..
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It might be caused by a corrupted /var/adm/utmpx file.
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Thanks for the reply ..jlliagre
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