Tagged: SVM

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Solaris SVM: Recovery procedures when BOTH sides of the mirror indicate a "Last Erred" state

As a result of unusual failures such as multiple power failures, Solstice DiskSuite /Solaris  Volume Manager both submirrors of a metadevice mirror may be left in an unusual “Last Erred / Last Erred” state making it impossible to determine exactly which submirror must be fixed/replaced first...

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Solaris Troubleshooting : SDS/SVM – Replace failed disk from root mirror

You will need the following info handy to proceed with the process:         1.  ls -l /dev/dsk/c#t#d#s# of the alternate sub-mirror boot device         2. partition table layout of the failed boot device     Part I Creating an openboot prom alias to alternate boot device 1....

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Solaris SVM : Grow Mirrored root under SDS / SVM

This is a step by step procedure to grow a root filesystem which is mirrored using Solstice Disksuite or Solaris Volume Manager. It is strongly recommended that a backup of the root filesystem be performed  prior to following this procedure. Also, experience with the Disksuite or Solaris Volume...

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Solaris Troubleshooting SDS/SVM: How to Replace a Disk which contained Soft Partitions with

When trying to access a soft partition after a disk replacement, the metareplace command or any direct I/O to a soft partition will fail with the following types of errors: In an instance where d68 is the mirror device, and d28 is a soft partition inside one of...

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Solaris SDS : Both Submirrors go into ‘Needs Maintenance’ when I/O is performed but no disk errors seen

The following is the Sample SVM(Solaris Volume Manager) configuration of the layered soft partition. d50: Soft Partition Device: d100 State: Okay Size: 10485760 blocks (5.0 GB) Extent              Start Block              Block count 0                        1                 10485760 d100: Mirror Submirror 0: d101 State: Okay Submirror 1: d102 State: Okay...

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