Re: Ignite error

 
Karthik Balu
Occasional Contributor

Ignite error

I'm getting this error...when i'm running the iginite.
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/opt/ignite/bin/make_net_recovery -A -x inc_entire=rootdg -s (Server_name) > /tmp/make_net_recovery_log 2>&1



ERROR: The list_expander command failed. This could be due to a problem with
the -x options specified - Check the existence of the included
device(s).
* Creating NFS mount directories for configuration files.

======= 02/08/09 18:46:02 PST Started /opt/ignite/bin/make_net_recovery. (Sun
Feb 08 18:46:02 PST 2009)
@(#)Ignite-UX Revision C.7.6.100
@(#)ignite/net_recovery (opt) Revision:
/branches/IUX_RA0806/ignite/src@73644 Last Modified: 2008-04-15
17:21:10 -0600 (Tue, 15 Apr 2008)

* Testing for necessary pax patch.
* Checking Versions of Recovery Tools

======= 02/08/09 18:46:03 PST make_net_recovery completed unsuccessfully

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OS Info -> B.11.23 U ia64
For Reference -> # what `whence ignite`
/opt/ignite/bin/ignite:
ignite/headers $Revision: 72278 $ $Date: 2007-11-20 16:01:38 -0700 (Tue, 20 Nov 2007) $
Ignite-UX Revision C.7.6.100
ignite/ignite user interface (opt) Revision: /branches/IUX_RA0806/ignite/src@73644 Last Modified: 2008-04-15 17:21:10 -0600 (Tue, 15 Apr 2008)


3 REPLIES 3
Patrice Le Guyader
Respected Contributor

Re: Ignite error

Hello,

Are you sure to have your system disk with this name "rootdg " and not as usually vg00 ?

try a bdf to control your mount point and if so change you volume group name for vg00.

If you're really not using logical volume manager try by replacing rootdg by the block device file of your disk.

Hope this help.
Kenavo
Pat.

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Ganesan R
Honored Contributor

Re: Ignite error

Hi Karthik,

Just for confirmation, Are you sure you have any vg called "rootdg"?. Normally this naming convention used to be vxvm.
Best wishes,

Ganesh.
likid0
Honored Contributor

Re: Ignite error

Normaly list_expander errors are beacuse of you have a bad entry in your /etc/fstab file, check out your fstab is consistent(all lvols exist, all mount points exist, etc ..)

You can manually launch list_expander and check the error:

/opt/ignite/lbin/list_expander


also check with vgdisplay if your root vg is actually rootdg and you are using veritas

vgdisplay -v /dev/rootdg
Windows?, no thanks