Increasing Raw device Sun Cluster 3.0


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Increasing Raw device Sun Cluster 3.0

Hi All ,

I would like to know the procedure for increasing shared volume space in sun cluster .

Currently the configuration is like these .
Main stripe
oradb1/d91 2 1 /dev/did/rdsk/d35s0 1 /dev/did/rdsk/d36s0 =Total 49 Gb

oradb1/d94 -p oradb1/d91 -o 88080480 -b 14680064 ==Total 7 GB
oradb1/d93 -p oradb1/d91 -o 20971584 -b 67108864 == Total 32 GB
oradb1/d92 -p oradb1/d91 -o 32 -b 20971520 ======== Total 10 GB

Now, I want to want to increase d91 add more space to it by adding new disk.Can anyone please tell me the procedure to increase the size .All these volume are raw.

These system is in sun cluster 3.1 and solaris 9.The diskset owner is my current node.I have never increased the space in cluster.Although i know the normal procedure ,but i haven't added the disk or increase the space in cluster.Pleas suggest

Thanks and Regards,
Sahil_Shine
# 2  
it's a raw filesystem. this can't be increased... this is what RAW (diskspace without a filesystem; you can only grow filesystems in os level) states! you can add new diskspace (another disk or lun) and give this (raw) new space to oracle.
# 3  
Lightbulb

Hi ,

What i mean to say is that i want to increase d91 by adding new lun to it .
After that i want to increase the soft partition d93 .Will it be possible .I want to use these procedure.

metattach d91 /dev/dsk/c0t1d0s2 ..These will increase the raw device ?

I want to know just for cluster the procedure.As these will be shared disk and
will addition of new lun to shared group will have some probelm to cluster ????
# 4  
show us your metadevice/set configuration... withaout that, we can't say if anything you mention will work...
# 5  
Question

metastat -s oradb1
oradb1/d32: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d31
State: Okay
Size: 983040 blocks (480 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 32 983040

oradb1/d31: Concat/Stripe
Size: 104808448 blocks (49 GB)
Stripe 0:
Device Start Block Dbase State Reloc Hot Spare
d44s0 0 No Okay No

oradb1/d33: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d31
State: Okay
Size: 450560 blocks (220 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 983104 450560

oradb1/d34: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d31
State: Okay
Size: 450560 blocks (220 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 1433696 450560

oradb1/d35: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d31
State: Okay
Size: 450560 blocks (220 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 1884288 450560

oradb1/d36: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d31
State: Okay
Size: 245760 blocks (120 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 2334880 245760

oradb1/d37: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d31
State: Okay
Size: 67108864 blocks (32 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 2580672 67108864

oradb1/d2: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d1
State: Okay
Size: 36864 blocks (18 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 32 36864

oradb1/d1: Concat/Stripe
Size: 52396032 blocks (24 GB)
Stripe 0:
Device Start Block Dbase State Reloc Hot Spare
d34s0 0 No Okay No

oradb1/d3: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d1
State: Okay
Size: 245760 blocks (120 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 36928 245760

oradb1/d12: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d11
State: Okay
Size: 368640 blocks (180 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 32 368640

oradb1/d11: Concat/Stripe
Size: 52396032 blocks (24 GB)
Stripe 0:
Device Start Block Dbase State Reloc Hot Spare
d38s0 0 No Okay No

oradb1/d13: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d11
State: Okay
Size: 450560 blocks (220 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 368704 450560

oradb1/d14: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d11
State: Okay
Size: 450560 blocks (220 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 819296 450560

oradb1/d15: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d11
State: Okay
Size: 450560 blocks (220 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 1269888 450560

oradb1/d22: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d21
State: Okay
Size: 368640 blocks (180 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 32 368640

oradb1/d21: Concat/Stripe
Size: 52396032 blocks (24 GB)
Stripe 0:
Device Start Block Dbase State Reloc Hot Spare
d37s0 0 No Okay No

oradb1/d23: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d21
State: Okay
Size: 450560 blocks (220 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 368704 450560

oradb1/d24: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d21
State: Okay
Size: 450560 blocks (220 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 819296 450560

oradb1/d42: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d41
State: Okay
Size: 245760 blocks (120 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 32 245760

oradb1/d41: Concat/Stripe
Size: 104808448 blocks (49 GB)
Stripe 0:
Device Start Block Dbase State Reloc Hot Spare
d45s0 0 No Okay No

oradb1/d52: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d51
State: Okay
Size: 16777216 blocks (8.0 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 32 16777216

oradb1/d51: Concat/Stripe
Size: 104808448 blocks (49 GB)
Stripe 0:
Device Start Block Dbase State Reloc Hot Spare
d43s0 0 No Okay No

oradb1/d62: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d61
State: Okay
Size: 67108864 blocks (32 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 32 67108864

oradb1/d61: Concat/Stripe
Size: 104808448 blocks (49 GB)
Stripe 0:
Device Start Block Dbase State Reloc Hot Spare
d42s0 0 No Okay No

oradb1/d72: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d71
State: Okay
Size: 67108864 blocks (32 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 32 67108864

oradb1/d71: Concat/Stripe
Size: 104808448 blocks (49 GB)
Stripe 0:
Device Start Block Dbase State Reloc Hot Spare
d41s0 0 No Okay No

oradb1/d82: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d81
State: Okay
Size: 67108864 blocks (32 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 32 67108864

oradb1/d81: Concat/Stripe
Size: 104808448 blocks (49 GB)
Stripe 0:
Device Start Block Dbase State Reloc Hot Spare
d40s0 0 No Okay No

oradb1/d16: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d11
State: Okay
Size: 61440 blocks (30 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 1720480 61440

oradb1/d25: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d21
State: Okay
Size: 450560 blocks (220 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 1269888 450560

oradb1/d26: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d21
State: Okay
Size: 245760 blocks (120 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 1720480 245760

oradb1/d92: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d91
State: Okay
Size: 20971520 blocks (10 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 32 20971520

oradb1/d91: Concat/Stripe
Size: 104792064 blocks (49 GB)
Stripe 0:
Device Start Block Dbase State Reloc Hot Spare
d35s0 0 No Okay No
Stripe 1:
Device Start Block Dbase State Reloc Hot Spare
d36s0 0 No Okay No

oradb1/d7: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d1
State: Okay
Size: 2191360 blocks (1.0 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 1634496 245760
1 2904320 1945600

oradb1/d93: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d91
State: Okay
Size: 67108864 blocks (32 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 20971584 67108864

oradb1/d4: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d1
State: Okay
Size: 450560 blocks (220 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 282720 450560

oradb1/d5: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d1
State: Okay
Size: 450560 blocks (220 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 733312 450560

oradb1/d6: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d1
State: Okay
Size: 450560 blocks (220 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 1183904 450560

oradb1/d43: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d41
State: Okay
Size: 245760 blocks (120 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 245824 245760

oradb1/d44: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d41
State: Okay
Size: 16777216 blocks (8.0 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 491616 16777216

oradb1/d45: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d41
State: Okay
Size: 67108864 blocks (32 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 17268864 67108864

oradb1/d53: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d51
State: Okay
Size: 62914560 blocks (30 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 16777280 62914560

oradb1/d54: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d51
State: Okay
Size: 430080 blocks (210 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 79691872 430080

oradb1/d83: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d81
State: Okay
Size: 430080 blocks (210 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 67108928 430080

oradb1/d55: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d51
State: Okay
Size: 245760 blocks (120 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 80121984 245760

oradb1/d74: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d71
State: Okay
Size: 368640 blocks (180 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 67108928 368640

oradb1/d84: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d81
State: Okay
Size: 368640 blocks (180 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 67539040 368640

oradb1/d94: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d91
State: Okay
Size: 14680064 blocks (7.0 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 88080480 14680064

oradb1/d63: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d61
State: Okay
Size: 245760 blocks (120 MB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 67108928 245760

oradb1/d75: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d71
State: Okay
Size: 35651584 blocks (17 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 67477600 35651584

oradb1/d85: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d81
State: Okay
Size: 35651584 blocks (17 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 67907712 35651584

oradb1/d8: Soft Partition
Device: oradb1/d1
State: Okay
Size: 5120000 blocks (2.4 GB)
Extent Start Block Block count
0 1880288 1024000
1 4849952 4096000

Device Relocation Information:
Device Reloc Device ID
d44 No -
d38 No -
d37 No -
d45 No -
d43 No -
d42 No -
d35 No -
d36 No -
d41 No -
d40 No -
d34 No
============================================================================================

What i mean to say that i want to increase d91 raw space by adding lun ..And increase the soft partition oradb1/d93 by taking the space available from d91 ?

Last edited by sahil_shine; 10-25-2009 at 01:13 AM..
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