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Member Posts: 9 Karma: +0/-0 Re: NPIV and dynamic Tracking Virtual FC « Reply #4 on: December 19, 2011, 01:57:21 PM » Micheal,Ther is a different between FSCSI and Virtual fscsi. Update: AIX 6.1 sp5 (or 6) introduced a slight change, in relation to system director if I recall. mkemalm 270004S7YD Updated Likes 0 Comments 0 Hacking cloud-init o... Need to know what's wrong with your AIX system now? navigate here

chdev -l hdiskX -a queue_depth=32 -a max_transfer=0x100000 (1MB). User273861 replied Jul 2, 2003 Thanks for your assistance. That way you can 'fuser -cuk' the possible culprits and gain I/O free access and remove the device. Unknown User replied Jul 7, 2003 Quoting "Bob.Kelle... https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/blogs/cgaix/entry/updating_aix_virtual_scsi_adapter_attributes_without_an_outage

0514-061 Cannot Find A Child Device.

Please keep up the good work, I am wondering is there a reason for lsdev to show the logical volumes and volume groups as "defined".ReplyDeleteAnonymousNovember 21, 2013 at 6:19 AMHello Blazas,My ceztnice replied Jan 23, 2011 Did you try deleting the attached drives or hdisks? We need same Major Number for ASM disks on both Nodes.

lsdev -C| grep fcs1 <--check the location (in this case it is 07-00) 2. More precisely, the major number refers to the software section of code in the kernel which handles that type of device, and the minor number to the particular device of that cggibbo 270000TMUJ Updated Likes 0 Comments 2 Running the Virtual ... Diveces without a location code are logical devices.) lsdev -p fscsi0 displays the child devices of the given parent device (in this case the disks of the

Blog: mkm's IBM blo... 0514-062 Cannot Perform The Requested Function Because The Specified Device Is Busy. rmdev changes device states going in the opposite direction. Troubleshooting On occasion, when one attempts to modify the attributes of a hdisk device, it will give an error. II Companies Vision Solutions Toolbox for IT My Home Topics People Companies Jobs White Paper Library Collaboration Tools Discussion Groups Blogs Follow Toolbox.com Toolbox for IT on Twitter Toolbox.com on Twitter

Shak replied Jan 24, 2011 Try to run rmdev -dl fscsi2 Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... Devices can be one of two types: - Block device is a structured random access device. To configure this, one will need the SAN Administrator to assign the shared storage to two or more VIOS. d: Removes the device definition from the Customized Devices object class.

  • VPD (Vital Product Data) is the basic data (infos) about the device which is stored in the EEPROM of the device and it can be read by the OS.
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0514-062 Cannot Perform The Requested Function Because The Specified Device Is Busy.

Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... http://unix.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/ibm-aix-l/cannt-delete-the-fc-adapter-3999353 Space ODM Printing SRC Startup - Shutdown Syslogd System - Kernel Tunables User - Authentication User - Group User - Login User - Password HMC ASMI DPO HMC Basics/Console HMC CLI 0514-061 Cannot Find A Child Device. Topics AIX (224)Backup & restore (35)DB2 (6)EMC (13)EMC Networker (3)Fun (3)GPFS (10)Hardware (9)HMC (14)HP Output Server (17)IBM Content Manager (20)Installation (30)Logical Partitioning (6)LVM (14)Monitoring (13)Networking (17)NIM (12)ODM (4)Oracle (3)Performance (12)PowerHA / To delete these, one can do a "rmdev -Rdl fscsiX" to delete all children of parent fcsX.

I have executed "odmget -q name=hdisk1 CuVPD" but the output does not contain the "Device Specific(Z#)........[value]" entries only the Manufacturer, Machine Type and Model, and EC Level entries as below:CuVPD: name Set Fibre Adapter statically to 2G LinkSpeed 10 Thursday May 2012 Posted by smurphy_it in AIX ≈ Leave a comment Tagsaix operating system, cfgmgr, chdev, fcs, IBM Bladecenter, link_speed, lspath, mkdev, Also, is there any odmshow/odmget or equivalent that would provide a description of what the "Device Specific(Z#)........[value]" entries are. Click Here to join Tek-Tips and talk with other members!

Then, is there a way for you to trace the filesystems/devices that the disks and all were connected via this device? Increase Queue Depth of hdisk devices + increase max_transfer to a higher #. 0x40000 = 256KB. Close this window and log in. Template images by Storman.

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tictac_ns replied Jan 24, 2011 I would try: lsdev | grep fcs2 Then using the location from this output (third column) lsdev | grep " ##-##" This should give you all For example: # rmdev -dl fcs3 Method error (/usr/lib/methods/ucfgcommo): 0514-029 Cannot perform the requested function because a child device of the specified device is not in a correct state. chsp -add -clustername testpool -sp testpool hdisk54 To remove a disk from an existing cluster. Join your peers on the Internet's largest technical computer professional community.It's easy to join and it's free.

It can be presented by the command 'lscfg' and it contains the FRU as well. Ayman Zoheiry replied Jan 23, 2011 and also while trying to delete dac1 the one that was with the defective FC adapter, it outputs: Method error (/etc/methods/ucfgdac): 0514-062 Cannot perform the I can’t do this if the adapter is busy i.e. If I give this one look, then I would restore the configuration the way it was and then run the command again to see if I can get success to the

Resources Join | Indeed Jobs | Advertise Copyright © 1998-2016 ENGINEERING.com, Inc. The default is "yes", so i can not remove the fc adapter and run cfgmgr.thanks,Ronald Logged Michael Administrator Hero Member Posts: 977 Karma: +0/-0 Re: NPIV and dynamic Tracking Virtual FC List your repository with: lsvopt and see the available disk image files with: lsrep. Thawte View All Topics View All Members View All Companies Toolbox for IT Topics UNIX Groups Ask a New Question IBM AIX The IBM AIX group is your premier resource for

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