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Check Solaris VM Databases metadb does not have enough information about logical volumes. Current value is 0%
I have checked the SVM status, all disks are good state and synched perfectly. no errors in metadb -i.
what is this alert exact mean? what we have to check for the value?
Please... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: Naveen.6025
On my solaris box, default Sun volume manager is running.
I want to check the list of logical volumes and following details for each logical volume:
To know state of... (12 Replies)
Discussion started by: epriya2003
Does HACMP have bugs ? I have version 5.4 on AIX 6.1 and when I try to increase filesystem space or logical volume partitions which are under HACMP VG it gives me error:
#... (11 Replies)
Discussion started by: filosophizer
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Does anybody if it is possible to convert raw logical volumes to jfs2? If so how is it done or where can I find the information to make the conversion. We have an Oracle Db on AIX and it is using raw lv's which we want to convert to jfs2 because the raw devices don't restore correctly from our... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: daveisme
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I have a veritas file system (fsA) that is nearing capacity. We have secondary file system (fsB). that is unused and would like to move some of it's disk space but I'm unsure as to how to do this with.
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Discussion started by: Steelysteel
How do u rename a logical volume group and the logical volumes belonging to that? The logical volumes contain data and are in use.
eg: Renaming dev/vgov to dev/ov-dg ? (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: Mr. Zer0
i am wondering if it is possible to use one nfs mount point for several logical volumes.
i have a top level directory /imaging with data1 - data50 below it. each dataX directory is a logical volume configured through LVM. if i mount them separately on the client (i.e. 50 lines in fstab... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: user23
Is there any way to know the used space on a specific Logical Volume?
Note, my question related to the LVs that have no mount point & not belong to any FileSystem.
Thanks in advance :rolleyes: (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: aldowsary
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I have just created two RAID 0 ( Stripped ) devices through Storage Manager and can see them as d0 and d1 ( /dev/md/dsk/d0 and d1 appear to exist )
However how do I now mount these devices ? The manual talks about creating a UFS of LOFS filesystem. Do I need to do this ?
I have create /u01... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: jimthompson
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I had just updated - reinstalled - my RH9 to a Fedore Core 3.
I did not know about the Logical volumes that automatically combined partitions on drive 1 and 2 into one mounted volume. In my attempts to do something with the hdb2 partition - not knowing that it was already in use - I killed my... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: gezi