This > command is part of a script that runs during mounting of disks. Stop cnsview cnsview -c 'daemon stop'c. synclvodm: Logical volume hd4 updated. This is the accepted answer. weblink
h.r.vanderlinde replied Mar 23, 2006 Alleem is right.. remove a network interfacee. What you can't do is remove a disk without removing the data from it. I hope it works...Unix was made by and for smart people. http://www.unix.com/aix/185981-how-remove-device-use.html
cggibbo 270000TMUJ Updated Likes 0 Comments 0 ▼ Archive October 2016September 2016August 2016May 2016April 2016March 2016December 2015November 2015October 2015August 2015July 2015April 2015January 2015December 2014November 2014October 2014September 2014August 2014July 2014March 2014February 2014December This would synchronize and rebuild the logical volume control block (LVCB), the ODM and the volume group descriptor area (VGDA). # synclvodm -v rootvg synclvodm: Physical volume data updated. Regards Kurbis Log in to reply. Close Box Join Tek-Tips Today!
Toolbox.com is not affiliated with or endorsed by any company listed at this site. Stop everything associated with 7318-S20 at AIX 4.2a. RE: Couldn't remove the Lan adpter ent0 santhi (MIS) (OP) 2 Oct 01 09:11 no, there is no process using the ent0.# fuser -u /dev/ent0/dev/ent0: RE: Couldn't remove the Lan adpter Method Error Usr Lib Methods Ucfgdevice not a CDE login, a text mode one.
nlx6976 replied Mar 24, 2006 Is this disk part of rootvg and if so is the volume group mirrored? Aix Rmdev Hdisk Device Busy If not are any other commands (lspv, lsdev etc) being run against it. lsattr -El hdisk133 PCM PCM/friend/xparray Path Control Module False PR_key_value none Reserve Key True algorithm fail_over Algorithm True clr_q no Device CLEARS its Queue on error True dist_err_pcnt 0 Distributed Error https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/cgaix/entry/updating_aix_virtual_scsi_adapter_attributes_without_an_outage SystemAdmin 110000D4XK 2009-09-10T17:56:02Z Hi Thanks for the inputs.
Any help is greatly appreciated. Rmdev Force Home | Invite Peers | More UNIX Groups Your account is ready. If so, unmirror your rootvg, remove hdisk0 from rootvg and then remove hdisk0. Click Here to join Tek-Tips and talk with other members!
synclvodm: Logical volume hd5 updated. see it here SNAUse the following commands to see if SNA is running:lssrc -g snaUse the following command to stop SNA:stopsrc -g snaIf that doesn't work, use the following command:stopsrc -f -s snaIf that Chdev 0514-062 Cannot Perform The Requested Function Because The Specified Device Is Busy. Veritas does not guarantee the accuracy regarding the completeness of the translation. Method Error (/etc/methods/ucfgdevice Here's Why Members Love Tek-Tips Forums: Talk To Other Members Notification Of Responses To Questions Favorite Forums One Click Access Keyword Search Of All Posts, And More...
Gallen, Switzerland Posts: 6,499 Thanks: 161 Thanked 533 Times in 466 Posts I don't know these, sorry. SystemAdmin 110000D4XK 1743 Posts Re: Error 0514-062 while changing queue depth & max transfer 2009-09-11T05:35:40Z This is the accepted answer. Create/Manage Case QUESTIONS? http://ecoflashapps.com/cannot-perform/cannot-perform-the-requested-action-at-this-time.html further configurationc.
Any other suggestions? rmdev -l pci
any other way to find out the pids?thanks! The time now is 11:02 PM. - Contact Us - UNIX & Linux - unix commands, linux commands, linux server, linux ubuntu, shell script, linux distros. - Advertising - Top If not migrate those parts that you can to hdisk1 You can then remove hdisk0 from the VG and from the ODM >reducevg rootvg hdisk0 >rmdev -l hdisk0 -d Top Best this content This is useful for devices that cannot be made unavailable and cannot be changed while in the available state.
Or us lspv -M hdisk0 to see if PP are allocated.. santhicould you try following procedure?maybe one of reason, you didn't remove adapter.Things to check when you get "Cannot perform the requested function because the specified device is busy." during IP Address make sure that the bosboot is on hdisk1 3. Aleem Subhedar replied Mar 24, 2006 Aruna, is the volume group mirrored ?
I just wanted to know if it is possible and if yes how. remove hdisk0 with delete 6. Syntax not quite correct, needs to be -P (upper case P), for "persistent". Blog: mkm's IBM blo...
Then I tried a reboot but after the reboot I still have the same problems. synclvodm: Logical volume hd6 updated. Hakan.haliscelik 270000KVUV 5 Posts Re: Error 0514-062 while changing queue depth & max transfer 2009-09-11T10:55:53Z This is the accepted answer. nlx6976 replied Mar 23, 2006 Is the disk part of a volume group still?
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This was a problem. # lspv hdisk8 00f6050a2cd79ef8 rootvg active hdisk7 00f6050a2cd79ef8 rootvg active To use one of the disks for nimvg, I would need to remove the duplicate PVID from