I/o Error Detected By Lvm In Aix
If yes then it's possible there was some temporary problem accessing the disk. 1a. We are also facing the same problem in IBM XIV storage and AIX server. benmartins replied Sep 27, 2006 I didnot delete the volume group.I only rmdev -dl the vpath0 and the underlining hdisks and then tried to recreatevg and got the error."cfgmgr" does not When the mirroring finishes (hopefully successfully) then you should get hdisk1 replaced. weblink
Cesar Delgado replied Sep 27, 2006 Hi Please post the complete errpt entrie for this error. The PVIDs in the VGDA can be viewed easiest using lqueryvg: # lqueryvg -Ptp hdiskX ( -P will list the PVIDs only ) If the PVID on the drive is in If the PVID on disk does not exist in the VGDA, a new PVID can be written to the drive and ODM, and the VGDA updated with that new PVID. Please enter a title. http://unix.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/ibm-aix-l/io-error-detected-by-lvm-1175208
I/o Error Detected By Lvm In Aix
or SAN ? If varyonvg does not go out and find the disk, we may have to force it into an available state so LVM will check it. Home | Invite Peers | More UNIX Groups Your account is ready. http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=isg3T1020096 Check your "Stale PVs".
You will need to recover the disk, then reactivate the volume group, then run a full fsck on the filesystem. By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... It will also import and vary on the volume group. 4.
If and internal SCSI one and have IBM contract maintenance you can call IBM and ask for a replacement, they will come and run some diag test (certify) in order to https://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.unix.aix/DIw0PEAAJF4 We'll email you when relevant content is added and updated. I/o Error Detected By Lvm In Aix Register now while it's still free! E86653c3 Lvm_io_fail If you are not an intended recipient of this e-mail, you are hereby notified that any unauthorized use, distribution or re-transmission of this e-mail or any attachment(s) is strictly prohibited and
If local probably adapter run diag Quote: Local storage ? any ideas would be appreciated. REDUCE SERIAL PORT BAUD RATE Duplicates Number of duplicates 1 Time of first duplicate Sat Feb 11 15:49:34 USAST 2012 Time of last duplicate Sat Feb 11 15:49:53 USAST 2012 --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Top White Papers and Webcasts Popular ERP Overview Comparison Guide MoreWhitePapers Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... Fsck Aix
Join UsClose Unix & Linux Forums > Operating Systems > AIX Member Name Remember Me? I cannot use diag to test this disk as it's not an IBM disk (I assume that's why it's not in the list for diag!!) but the array controller interface shows You should mirror all of your logical volumes to another disk before the disk dies completely. If you didn't do these steps, for example by running reducevg
There you´ll see the failed disk: this should be hdiskN Cheers, Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... LVM Errors you may see in errpt: LABEL: LVM_SA_STALEPP IDENTIFIER: EAA3D429 Description: PHYSICAL PARTITION MARKED STALE LABEL: LVM_SA_PVMISS IDENTIFIER: F7DDA124 Description: PHYSICAL VOLUME DECLARED MISSING LABEL: LVM_SA_WRTERR IDENTIFIER: 52715FA5 Description: FAILED You can view the VGDA using lqueryvg: # lqueryvg -Atp hdiskX Run this against the disk in question, and one that is a known good disk in the volume group.
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Hi, DB 10.2.0.4 AIX 5.3 When i trying to connect sys user with the database i got below error. If not, you might try to do a "varyoffvg
RE: hdisk1 errors harpal (TechnicalUser) (OP) 15 Jan 04 07:34 ThanksI was looking more along the line of a exportvg of rootvg and then removing the hdisk1 and popping in a Thanks. Using recreatevg in this manner it is IMPORTANT to list ALL disks belonging to this volume group. If those steps don't work, run cfgmgr to discoveer the deleted disks and pick out one of the "hdisk" names that was part of the original volume group using the volume
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