sidee replied Dec 14, 2009 mount -V cdrfs -o ro /dev/cd0 /infocd many other useful commands at: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/aix/library/au-dutta_cmds.html Top This thread has been closed due to inactivity. device not ready for operation by Ellerman, Scott [RICH2:2I38:EXCH » Sun, 07 Jan 2001 04:42:37 > hello, > I have posted this question in the past and have not come up if that is what you are going to use.And to reiterate... Bart van Dalfsen replied May 30, 2011 hi Pheakdey, Provided you're not using the CDrom device right now, and it is physically attached - or assigned by HMC - to your http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-mount/cannot-mount-the-device-is-not-ready-for-operation.html
Mounting CD-ROM User228172 asked Nov 5, 2002 | Replies (3) Hello everyone, I am trying to mount a CDROM to my AIX 4.3.3 sytem. If your 43P is up on its end, so that the CD-ROM drive is oriented vertically, try turning it so that the drive is horizontal. SCSI tape drive, device not ready 11. Join UsClose Very Computer Board index Aix HELP! http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=47935
Unknown User replied Nov 6, 2002 you need to export /infocd. Reading the contents of CD-Rom Problem in mounting filesystems Floppy Drive and CD Drive Mounting CD-ROM AIX command to get device details White Papers & Webcasts Using Virtualization to Balance Work wmp 0 Message Author Comment by:sivakumar_experts2010-06-09 Comment Utility Permalink(# a32949621) Hi sir, As per your suggestion: i performed below activity.
Already a member? But still i am not getting mount point. Since cd0 is readonly, while /mnt isn't you must instruct mount accordingly mount -v cdrfs -o ro /dev/cd0 /mnt Maybe it could be better to create a cdrom filesystem in /etc/filesystems, Some other questions: You're not trying to mount an audio CD, are you? 'lsdev -Cl cd0' says the drive is "Available"?
MkLinux Install Problem (Umax S900) Device not ready? 12. It didn't give me any info at all.any help would be appreciated.thanks,james RE: problem mounting cdrom slgordon (IS/IT--Management) 31 Jan 01 09:25 Have you tried several different CDs?Is it possible that Ellerman \ IBM Certified Lab Administrator \ http://www.unix.com/unix-for-dummies-questions-and-answers/212775-unable-mount-cd-rom.html Covered by US Patent.
Many thanks in advance... thanks.... you need to make sure that you have the filesystem 'cdrfs' configured.To install the cdrfs filesystem if it does NOT exist, type:smitty cdrfsHave Fun!Chuck RE: problem mounting cdrom nandkumar4aix (TechnicalUser) (OP) RE: problem mounting cdrom cspilman (MIS) 20 Jan 01 20:47 I agree, the next step is to look at the hardware.If you don't see error's in the error report log, try
it is an internal scsi cdrom, I havent had the box open for at least 1 year ( so I dont think it would be the hookup). Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity g++ pthread_init failure on AIX 10 64 170d Unix - help validating the format of an incoming file 10 54 175d Vmware Vswitch VS Please check! If the device shows up again as "Available" in lsdev it's actually attached to the LPAR. 2) Is the DVD really UDF formatted?
Backup or replication to this share fails constantly or sporadically with the error:Device not ready Input/output error (code: 5) In related asamba logs on appliance you can find errors like:  his comment is here The problem should now be solved. Looks to me like it could be faulty. Otherwise, the output may be inconsistent.
Login. All Rights Reserved. even tho cd was there in the cdrom.its giving me error like device not ready for operation...what shud i do now...Regardsnan RE: problem mounting cdrom nadim (TechnicalUser) 19 Jan 01 05:35 this contact form Watson Product Search Search None of the above, continue with my search Shared disks Cannot Mount After System Board Replacement tcp jumbo frames Technote (troubleshooting) Problem(Abstract) After replacing the system board
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I guess the next step is to try and put another cdrom in and see if that works. Issue "smitty crcdrfs". "DEVICE name" is /dev/cd0, "MOUNT POINT" should be something like "/cdrom", "Mount AUTOMATICALLY...." should be "no", of course. Right-click the folder and select Properties. http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-mount/cannot-mount-on-operation-not-permitted.html Join & Ask a Question Need Help in Real-Time?
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This is normally the indication that the device is indeed attached to your LPAR - but this could be outdated! Promoted by Experts Exchange Engage with tech pros in our community with native advertising, as a Vendor Expert, and more. Solution First of all, check the permissions on your shared folder. james Top HELP!
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