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one vpar down

OS version : v1

 

#vparstatus


[Virtual Partition]
                                                                          Boot
Virtual Partition Name         State Attributes Kernel Path               Opts
============================== ===== ========== ========================= =====
vpar1                         Up    Dyn,Auto   /stand/vmunix             -lq
vpar2                         Down  Dyn,Auto   /stand/vmunix             -lq

[Virtual Partition Resource Summary]
                                           CPU    Num        Memory (MB)
                                  CPU     Bound/   IO   # Ranges/
Virtual Partition Name          Min/Max  Unbound  devs  Total MB    Total MB
==============================  ================  ====  ====================
vpar1                            2/  5    2   0     7    0/  0         4096
vpar2                            2/  5    2   0    10    0/  0            0


----------------------------------------------------

 #vparstatus -v


[Virtual Partition Details]
Name:         vpar1
State:        Up
Attributes:   Dynamic,Autoboot
Kernel Path:  /stand/vmunix
Boot Opts:    -lq

[CPU Details]
Min/Max:  2/5
Bound by User [Path]:  0.11
                       0.12
Bound by Monitor [Path]:
Unbound [Path]:

[IO Details]
   0.0.0
   0.0.8
   0.0.0.3.0.6.0.0.0.0.0
   0.0.0.3.0.5.0
   0.0.0.3.0.5.0.0.0.0.0  BOOT
   0.0.0.3.0.6.0  ALTBOOT

[Memory Details]
Specified [Base  /Range]:
          (bytes) (MB)
Total Memory (MB):  4096
[Virtual Partition Details]
Name:         vpar2
State:        Down
Attributes:   Dynamic,Autoboot
Kernel Path:  /stand/vmunix
Boot Opts:    -lq

[CPU Details]
Min/Max:  2/5
Bound by User [Path]:  0.13
Bound by Monitor [Path]:  0.10
Unbound [Path]:

[IO Details]
   0.0.10
   0.0.10.0.0.4.0
   0.0.10.0.0.4.0.12.0.0.0.0.0
   0.0.10.0.0.4.0.14.0.0.0.0.0
   0.0.10.0.0.4.0.10.0.0.0.0.0
   0.0.10.0.0.4.0.8.0.0.0.0.0

[Memory Details]
Specified [Base  /Range]:
          (bytes) (MB)
Total Memory (MB):  0

-------------------------------------


from vparstatus -v , I am not able to see boot and altboot set.

when I try to boot from vpar1,

#vparboot -p vpar2


vparboot: Booting vpar2.  Please wait...
vparboot unable to boot vpar2: no primary boot device.

What should be done to up the vpar2?

3 REPLIES
Honored Contributor Honored Contributor

Re: one vpar down

Do you have any configuration information from a time when the vPar was working normally?  If so, check it and see what the boot disks were defined as.  You can then use vparmodify to set the BOOT and ALTBOOT disks.

 

If this is an itanium server another option is to use the command:

 

vparload -p vpar2 -E 0

 

from the MON> prompt.

 

Frequent Advisor

Re: one vpar down

HI,

 

 

I don't have any old configuration information.

 

Server model is not itanium.

 

HP-UX B.11.11 U 9000/800 3007694258 unlimited-user license

 

model
9000/800/rp7410

 

what could be the next step ?

Acclaimed Contributor Acclaimed Contributor

Re: one vpar down

Looks like vpar2 has no memory assigned.


Hope this helps!
Regards
Torsten.

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