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Could you post lsattr -El hdiskpower6 | grep reserve_policy from prod node (should be no_reserve)? If it is, you will receive a message from a logical volume command such as: 0516-322 The Device Configuration Database is inconsistent ... Y But got this error: 0516-1008 rmlv: Logical volume hd1 must be closed. Top This thread has been closed due to inactivity. http://popupjammer.com/unable-to/0516-304-unable-to-find-device-id-in-the-device.html

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0516-304 Unable To Find Device Id In The Device Configuration Database

To remove references to this missing disk you can still use reducevg, but with the Physical Volume ID (PVID) instead of the disk name: reducevg VolumeGroup PVID."http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/systems/scope/hw/index.jsp?topic=/iphcg/reducevg.htm RE: rootvg disk miising y(es) n(o)? shahidmgh replied Jun 16, 2013 Dear Jayaraj Muthuswamy Following is output of commands you suggested:- $ lsdev -Ccdisk hdisk0 Available 07-08-00 SAS Disk Drive hdisk1 Available 07-08-00 SAS Disk Drive hdisk2 vgid=00c9b67400004c000000014e8ce6f790 Once i was rebooted server then also error occurred.

Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework. Join this group Popular White Paper On This Topic A Beginner's Guide to VoIP 14Replies Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes Amritendu Das replied May 30, 2011 If the file systems r mirrored to the missing disk try to unmirror it then use reducevg even forcefully can b done. Any body help in this scenario?

Use with care. Synclvodm Do you guys understand the situation? -----Original Message----- From: IBM AIX Discussion List [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Bill Verzal Sent: Wednesday, May 05, 2004 6:14 PM To: [email protected] Subject: Re: disk EDU> Subject Re: disk missing in a VG 05/06/2004 08:07 AM Please respond to IBM AIX Discussion List http://unix.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/ibm-aix-l/unable-to-find-device-id-0000dxxxxxxxxxpvid-in-the-device-configuration-database-4220421 Now that this doen't belong to the system anymore.

However, having done this I tried the extendvg command again but it didn't work. [email protected]:[/]lsvg -p vgExport vgExport: PV_NAME PV STATE TOTAL PPs FREE PPs FREE DISTRIBUTION hdisk1 active 511 95 00..00..00..00..95 hdisk2 missing 255 222 51..18..51..51..51 [email protected]:[/]lsvg -l vgExport vgExport: LV NAME TYPE LPs Use either migratepv to move the partitions or reducevg with the -d option to delete the partitions. 0516-884 reducevg: Unable to remove physical volume hdisk1. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our Privacy Policy.


So, assuming I am sure there is nothing stored on the faulted disk (since it is just a wrong information from the LVM), I understand I can forcibly clean things up http://blog.thilelli.net/post/2007/06/21/Altering-LVM-Configuration-When-a-Disk-is-Not-in-ODM-Anymore Shak replied May 30, 2011 There is no harm in reducing it again using the PVID, give it a try see if it cleans up. 0516-304 Unable To Find Device Id In The Device Configuration Database http://rootvg.net/content/view/174/... 4. On Friday 14 September 2007, 16:33 by Michael Felt There is a much simpler way to do this. (Under normal circurmstances you would not be able to delete a disk using

On Thursday 20 September 2007, 17:07 by Michael Felt My apologies for not answering your direct question. his comment is here Now I'm having this: root # lsvg -p rootvg rootvg: PV_NAME PV STATE TOTAL PPs FREE PPs FREE DISTRIBUTION hdisk0 active 537 148 40..16..00..00..92 0516-304 lsvg: Unable to find device id Quote: Can you create a seperate VG on this PV? Jose "Martin" Abeleira replied May 29, 2011 Probably the disk was not cleanly removed, your odm is pointing to a dev id that doesn't exist anymore, it happened to me and

Resume (fr): ODT, PDF formats . If I try to manually configure hdisk0 I get this message $ cfgmgr -l hdisk0 cfgmgr: 0514-604 Cannot access the CuDv object class in the Can anyone offer any suggestions as You can just change a few characters in the existing string, it just need to be unique in the system. this contact form shahidmgh replied Jun 17, 2013 Dear Jose "Martin" Abeleira Following is output of command you suggested:- $ odmget -qattribute=unique_id CuAt CuAt: name = "ses1" attribute = "unique_id" value = "2E1135005076C0A25AE0E0FPSBPD6L4 3GSAS03IBMsas"

Already a member? Have you had a look at the "man" pages to see what these commands are telling you? This worked.

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This is the accepted answer. Now back at AIX the volumes are to be reactivated. chdev -l hdisk0 -a pv=yes Now your hdisk0 should have a PVID assigned and be ready to use. How to Configure MPIO on the LUN's available as hdisks Ulter default cfgdev methods for MPIO disks.

I've now removed this vg and lspv now shows different results $ lspv hdisk0 001016cc76879bc5 None hdisk1 001016cc923411e7 rootvg active $ lspv -l hdisk0 0516-320 : Physical volume 001016cc76879bc50000000000000000 is not odmdelete -q name=hdisk1 -o CuDv odmdelete -q name=hdisk1 -o CuAt odmdelete -q name=hdisk1 -o CuVPD odmdelete -q value3=hdisk1 -o CuDvDr Then of course, perform your mirroring steps on hdisk1. Remove advertisements Sponsored Links dam294 View Public Profile Find all posts by dam294 #6 05-10-2007 m223464 Registered User Join Date: Mar 2005 Last Activity: 27 March 2009, 10:27 http://popupjammer.com/unable-to/r-unable-to-start-device-png.html Close Reply To This Thread Posting in the Tek-Tips forums is a member-only feature.

I checked lspv and this showed the new disk as available: $ lspv hdisk0 none None hdisk1 001016cc923411e7 rootvg active However if I try to display the hdisk0 I get the I'm sure others have more ideas, I'm thinking of doing the below, then run cfgmgr and the replacement PV should be assigned hdisk1. Do you have a contract with IBM? FacebookTwitterGoogle+E-mailLinkedIn IBM AIX Post navigation 0516-822 mklv: Unable to create hd6 logical volume.0514-068 Cause not known Method error /usr/lib/methods/startacfsct,startadvmctl,startacfsctl,startadvmctl Related posts April 30, 2016 Namasivayam 1 How to Configure Aix NIM

Shak replied May 29, 2011 Use the below command, reducevg VolumeGroup PVID Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Jose "Martin" Abeleira replied Jun 14, 2013 Try to query odm to see if you find information about device, but because of the error it probably wont odmget -qattribute=unique_id CuAt Or vgid=00c9b67400004c000000014e8ce6f790 Error Description: Why this error was happened because of some volume groups was properly not exported from the operating system. Resources Join | Advertise Copyright © 1998-2016 ENGINEERING.com, Inc.

I cannot umount hd8 hd6, etc... SystemAdmin 110000D4XK 6902 Posts Re: PVID and VG details missing on secondary node ‏2011-05-18T08:40:51Z This is the accepted answer.