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Not able to mount devices in BIND set.

 
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Debasis Bhar
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Not able to mount devices in BIND set.

NODE01$ MOUNT/SYSTEM/NOCACHE/noassist/bind=TEMP $1$DGA3:,$1$DGA4:,
$1$DGA5:,$1$DGA6:,$1$DGA7: TEMP,TEMP1,TEMP2,TEMP3,TEMP4 TEMP
%MOUNT-F-DEADLOCK, deadlock detected
NODE01$

Any idea how i can check what is wrong. 4 Disks are of 300GB and one disk is 120Gb.
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Kris Clippeleyr
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Re: Not able to mount devices in BIND set.

Hi,
Being not that familiar with bound volume sets, I think that your MOUNT command violates the rules of creating a volume set.
In the HELP MOUNT /BIND is stated that

...if the first 12 characters of volume-set name are the same as the first 12 characters of any volume lable, a lock manager deadlock occurs...

So, in your example the volume-set-name is "TEMP" as is the 1st label you specify.
Please change the volume-set-name and try again.
Regards,
Kris (aka Qkcl)
I'm gonna hit the highway like a battering ram on a silver-black phantom bike...
Debasis Bhar
Occasional Advisor

Re: Not able to mount devices in BIND set.

Thanks Kris. Now i am able to mount it after changing the volume label.

Best Regards
Debasis
Debasis Bhar
Occasional Advisor

Re: Not able to mount devices in BIND set.

i have got my answer.