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1. Red Hat
I have an IBM blade running RHEL 5.4 server, connected to two Hitachi SANs using common fibre cards & Brocade switches. It has two volume groups made from old SAN LUNs. The old SAN needs to be retired so we allocated LUNs from the new SAN, discovered the LUNs as multipath disks (4 paths) and grew... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: rbatte1
2. UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers
I am new to unix. I am working on Red Hat Linux and side by side on AIX also. After reading the concepts of Storage, I am now really confused regarding the terminologies
Please help me to understand these concepts. (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: kashifsd17
Can someone help me to mount a SAN hdisk which contains a clone data copy(san) of the remote server to the another machine. Both servers are running in AIX.
Thanks in advance !
Gowtham.G (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: gowthamakanthan
Is it possible to use zvol from SAN LUN to install LDOM OS ? I 'm using following VDS from my service domain
NAME LDOM VOLUME DEVICE
primary-vds0 primary iso sol-10-u6-ga1-sparc-dvd.iso
cdrom ... (16 Replies)
Discussion started by: fugitive
I created a snapshot and subsequent clone of a zfs volume. But now i 'm not able to remove the snapshot it gives me following error
zfs destroy newpool/ldom2/zdisk4@bootimg
cannot destroy 'newpool/ldom2/zdisk4@bootimg': snapshot has dependent clones
use '-R' to destroy the following... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: fugitive
6. OS X (Apple)
as the title states, i cant mount suse of apple volumes on either box. have tryed afpfs-ng but no love.
anyone have a suggestion than samba (because i dislike MS) and NFS because i don't know jack about it..... yet
thanks in advance
julz (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: biorhythm
Hello all. I have a perplexing problem
I have an AIX 5.1 system on an EMC SAN.
This system had been on a CX400 SAN for several years. The system was migrated to a CX700 just over a week ago. The migration consisted of utilizing on of the HBAs in the system and connecting to both SANs
... (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: mhenryj
8. Red Hat
We have 200GB SAN volume mounted on Redhat EL 5. which is working fine. As my SAN supports dynamic resizing of volumes, i unmounted the volume and resized the SAN Volume to 300 GB successfully. Then i mounted again but it shows 200GB only but data is intact.
Now, my requirement is to let... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: prvnrk
Do you have procedures to migrate ssa disks to san disk?
I don't have testing environment and I want my file system be migrated one at a time. I want it to be fast, I have only 15-20 hours to do it on every sunday 1PM till monday 7am. My largest file system is about 150G.
The AIX is... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: itik
I wonder if I can canvas any opinions or thoughts (good or bad) on SAN attaching a SUN V880/490 to an EMC Clarion SAN?
At the moment the 880 is using 12 internal FC-AL disks as a db server and seems to be doing a pretty good job. It is not I/O, CPU or Memory constrained and the... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: si_linux
pvremove - remove LVM data structure from a physical volume
The command clears the LVM data structure on a disk, so that it is no longer an LVM physical volume. The device may then be used by the
file system or by other volume managers.
The operation is denied if pv_path is assigned to a volume group. The command only clears the LVM data structure on a disk if the disk
does not belong to a volume group. This avoids accidentally removing a valid physical volume under a volume group. If the physical volume
to be removed belongs to a volume group, use the command to first remove the volume group associated with the physical volume.
recognizes the following arguments:
pv_path The character (raw) device path name of a physical volume.
determines the language in which messages are displayed.
If is not specified or is null, it defaults to "C" (see lang(5)).
If any internationalization variable contains an invalid setting, all internationalization variables default to "C" (see environ(5)).
Remove LVM data structure on the physical volume
lvremove(1M), vgremove(1M), intro(7), lvm(7).