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Tbh I don't remember if I ever tried to cancel one. But if it is no big problem for you I would let it run until it is done just to make sure you don't run into problems - LVM can be sometimes sensible. Maybe you have a testing system where you can try it out 1st.
I've been letting them go in the past until completion. But we increase a VG yesterday with a couple of newly added LUNs that host an Oracle DBs. Users are complaining about performance degradation during reorg...so i was wondering if i could stop it and restart it during off hours...
unfortunately I can't tell you the official statement, but I have often stopped a running reorgvg without problems, reason ist, reorgvg spawns a new process called lmigratepp, for each pp that needs to be moved
If you kill the reorgvg process, the current lmigratepp process will run until it finishes, and no new one is created
this should not be a problem for your vg
means take vg with the vg identifier 00c33cbe00004c000000010cb4a74a88, and move pp 2 from hdisk with pvid 00c33cbea5ee3f22, to destination 120 on hdisk 00c33cbea5ee3f22
I'm trying to understand what is the practical usage of this command. In IBM website I've found that:
Reorganizes the physical partition allocation for a volume group.
In which situation should I use it? Could you give me some example.
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Pls tel me how to cancel print jobs for an entire month (ex : sept)?
lpstat -oLBNDUIP061 | grep -i Sep is listing me hundreds of jobs.
Thanks in Advance,
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I have launched a reorgvg this week end, on a logical volume
Before the reorgvg, I had:
I have defined the lv with "maximum" disk, and launch the reorgvg
Now i have:
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