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Hi All, I'm having trouble with my SAN devices on AIX 5.3 so I would like to remove the SAN devices and HBAs. make sure the disk is not part of a VG anymore. Use lspv -l hdisk0 to figure out which LV's are still existing on the disk. It could also be, that the adapter is connected via a PCI Host Bridge (phb) that has to be set to "defined" to let you have the fcs1 removed: Code: lsslot navigate here

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 If you dont have a mirror and the disk is still mostly readable then add a new disk to the VG and mirror what LV's you can. If all commands fails a reboot will release the disk then you can remove it normally. Mick Purtschert replied Mar 24, 2006 Hi Aruna, To remove a disk you must have everything removed before hand When it is hdisk0 I assume it is your rootvg 1. go to this web-site

0514-062 Cannot Perform The Requested Function Because The Specified Device Is Busy.

Not all devices support the -P flag.   Login to access this feature Add a Comment More Actions v Notify Other People Add a Comment Edit More Actions v Quarantine lsdev -C| grep fcs1 <--check the location (in this case it is 07-00) 2. Example: Code: # lsdev -l fcs1 fcs1 Available 5Z-N1 FC-Adapter..... # lsdev| grep 5Z\-N1 ... I ended up shutting down the server, pulling the device out, booting it back up (the device was now in a defined state) and then rmdev'd it's children, then it.

We need same Major Number for ASM disks on both Nodes. aruna.holla replied Mar 24, 2006 Ok So there is no way to remove the disk without removing the data from it. add it to the volume group 9. Method Error Usr Lib Methods Ucfgdevice For example: # lsdev -p fcs3 fcnet3 Defined 07-01-01 Fibre Channel Network Protocol Device fscsi3 Available 07-01-02 FC SCSI I/O Controller Protocol Device To remove the device, and all child devices,

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 Buffering is used to provide a block-at-a-time method of access. - Character (raw) device is a sequential, stream-oriented device which provides no buffering. chao Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... http://www.aixhealthcheck.com/blog?id=332 Sysplanar is the same as backplane or "motherboard".

This > command is part of a script that runs during mounting of disks. Rmdev Force Due to this other disks Major number also showing different. lsdev shows information about devices from ODM (-C Customized Devices, -P Predefined Devices lscfg display vital product data (VPD) such as part numbers, serial numbers... This will allow me to take one path offline while I change the attributes of the adapter.   # lspath | grep vscsi2 Enabled hdisk4 vscsi2 Enabled hdisk5 vscsi2   #

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via ibm-aix-l" : > Dave you also need to make sure you dont have any services or processes > which are using that FC card as connectivity? http://unix.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/ibm-aix-l/how-to-make-an-available-device-defined-286368 Physical Devices Actual hardware that is connected in some way to the system. 0514-062 Cannot Perform The Requested Function Because The Specified Device Is Busy. aruna.holla replied Mar 23, 2006 Hi, thanks for your immediate response. Method Error (/etc/methods/ucfgdevice) Method error (/etc/methods/ucfgdevice): 0514-062 Cannot perform the requested function because the specified device is busy.

hope this helps. check over here All of this was done without taking an outage.   # lspath Enabled hdisk4 vscsi2 Enabled hdisk4 vscsi3 Enabled hdisk5 vscsi2 Enabled hdisk5 vscsi3   # lsattr -El vscsi2 -a vscsi_err_recov Close Sign In Print Article Products Article Languages Subscribe to this Article Manage your Subscriptions Problem After a lun has been in use by Volume Manager, it is not possible to SMB Case for Expense Management Automation MoreWhitePapers Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... Aix Rmdev Device Busy

aruna.holla replied Mar 24, 2006 Hi, Yes it is a part of a volume group that is mirrored=2E I want to remove this disk and mount with the other disk, At Thanks Aruna Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... 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 his comment is here I saw a recommendation earlier to remove the lock file from the objrepos directory, but Im not sure if thats a very wise move.

AIX/UNIX Administrator |---------+ Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... Child Device Of The Specified Device Is Not In A Correct State Virt. 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

Bob Kelley replied Jul 2, 2003 you can issue a rmdev -l fcsX -R to turn off the FC card and unconfigure child devices Bobby Kelley Sr.

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lspv -l hdisk0 3. Top White Papers and Webcasts Popular A Beginner's Guide to VoIP Related Evolution of End User Computing--Evolving to Better Meet ... 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 0514-061 Cannot Find A Child Device Good luck Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving...

It is possible that updates have been made to the original version after this document was translated and published. You're now being signed in. RE: vscsi on VIO server raylin (MIS) 19 Jul 05 08:09 you can not determine the nameof the vadapter's :they are always vhost0 through vhostn.$ $ lsmap -vadapter vhost6SVSAPhyslocClient Partition ID--------------- weblink Mick Purtschert replied Mar 24, 2006 You can add a third disk to the mirror, and make a 3rd copy of all logical volumes however this will not solve the problem

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