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admin1979
Super Advisor

domain inaccessible due to disk position change


Hello,

We have tru64 4.0F ....quite old I know.

One of the disk had a problem so we took out the disk and reinserted it in a different slot.
Now the disk is detected by the system but with different device name.
Currently we have commented out the respective domain.
But the question is how do we reference this domain onto the disk with different device name.
In short

Previous

ls /etc/fdmns/data_domain/
rz28h ---> /dev/rz28h

Now we need to point out this data_domain onto the new disk device rz30h.

All the rest of the domains are accessible.

Please let me know if you require anymore information.

Thanx,
admin
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Martin Moore
HPE Pro
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Re: domain inaccessible due to disk position change

This should be straightforward. Just go into /etc/fdmns/data/domain, them rm the existing link (rz28h) and create a new link:

# ln -s /dev/rz30h

Then you could do "showfsets data_domain" to verify that it's showing up, and you should be able to mount it.

Martin
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Rob Leadbeater
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Re: domain inaccessible due to disk position change

In addition to Martin's advise, if this is the first time that a disk has been used in that slot, you may have to create the device files for rz30.

# cd /dev
# ./MAKEDEV rz30

Cheers,

Rob
admin1979
Super Advisor

Re: domain inaccessible due to disk position change

Thanx I completed it.
admin1979
Super Advisor

Re: domain inaccessible due to disk position change

As mentioned above.