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rajesh73
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error in syslog message

kindly find the below error message .this alert any problem in server or not

LVM: Recovered Path (device 0x1f070100) to PV 0 in VG 1.
Feb 1 19:58:39 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Path (device 0x1f070100) to PV 0 in VG 1 Failed!
Feb 1 19:58:39 dr1 vmunix: LVM: vg[1]: pvnum=0 (dev_t=0x1f050100) is POWERFAILED
Feb 1 22:08:20 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Recovered Path (device 0x1f070100) to PV 0 in VG 1.
Feb 1 22:08:54 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Path (device 0x1f070100) to PV 0 in VG 1 Failed!
Feb 1 22:08:54 dr1 vmunix: LVM: vg[1]: pvnum=0 (dev_t=0x1f050100) is POWERFAILED
Feb 1 23:18:30 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Recovered Path (device 0x1f070100) to PV 0 in VG 1.
Feb 1 23:19:04 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Path (device 0x1f070100) to PV 0 in VG 1 Failed!
Feb 1 23:19:04 dr1 vmunix: LVM: vg[1]: pvnum=0 (dev_t=0x1f050100) is POWERFAILED
Feb 2 03:38:51 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Recovered Path (device 0x1f070100) to PV 0 in VG 1.
Feb 2 03:39:24 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Path (device 0x1f070100) to PV 0 in VG 1 Failed!
Feb 2 03:39:24 dr1 vmunix: LVM: vg[1]: pvnum=0 (dev_t=0x1f050100) is POWERFAILED
Feb 2 04:18:57 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Recovered Path (device 0x1f070100) to PV 0 in VG 1.
Feb 2 04:19:31 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Path (device 0x1f070100) to PV 0 in VG 1 Failed!
Feb 2 04:19:31 dr1 vmunix: LVM: vg[1]: pvnum=0 (dev_t=0x1f050100) is POWERFAILED
Feb 2 04:29:01 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Recovered Path (device 0x1f070100) to PV 0 in VG 1.
Feb 2 04:29:35 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Path (device 0x1f070100) to PV 0 in VG 1 Failed!
Feb 2 04:29:35 dr1 vmunix: LVM: vg[1]: pvnum=0 (dev_t=0x1f050100) is POWERFAILED
Feb 2 07:59:23 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Recovered Path (device 0x1f070100) to PV 0 in VG 1.
Feb 2 07:59:57 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Path (device 0x1f070100) to PV 0 in VG 1 Failed!
Feb 2 07:59:57 dr1 vmunix: LVM: vg[1]: pvnum=0 (dev_t=0x1f050100) is POWERFAILED
Feb 2 08:00:02 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Recovered Path (device 0x1f050100) to PV 0 in VG 1.
Feb 2 08:00:02 dr1 vmunix: LVM: Restored PV 0 to VG 1

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sarfaraj ahmad
Trusted Contributor
Solution

Re: error in syslog message

Hi,

It seems that your one PV link has been failed.

please check vgdiaply -v command for the available PV/alternate links.

check from your storage side also that is there any path failure?

Thanks
sarfaraj ahmad
Trusted Contributor

Re: error in syslog message

correcting the command in above post,
# vgdisplay -v
Manix
Honored Contributor

Re: error in syslog message

Whats the OS version & server model

>>Feb 2 07:59:57 dr1 vmunix: LVM: vg[1]: pvnum=0 (dev_t=0x1f050100) is POWERFAILED

Looks one of the PV path has power failed

Check for registrar.log under /etc/opt/resmon/log/ for HW alerts.

Yes send vgdisplay -v vg01 , you will see alternate links there.

Thanks
Manix
HP-UX been always lovable - Mani Kalra
Mohammad Sanaullah
Frequent Advisor

Re: error in syslog message

>>Feb 2 07:59:57 dr1 vmunix: LVM: vg[1]: pvnum=0 (dev_t=0x1f050100) is POWERFAILED

It seems that the connectivity between the Server and the storage was having some issue.

Do you face any issue with any of your filesystem? if not then you have alternate links available.

Can you check for any UNCLAIMED status in ioscan -fnCdisk output?

Kindly post the vgdisplay -v vg01 out put.


Thanks
Mohammad Sanaullah
Alive
georgek_1
Occasional Advisor

Re: error in syslog message

Hello Rajesh,

Please check
1) the status of the disk /dev/dsk/c5t0d1 using ioscan -fnC disk
2)diskinfo /dev/rdsk/c5t0d1
3)vgdisplay -v vg_name
4)Check event.log (/var/opt/resmon/log/event.log)for any hardware error.

Regards,

George
madhuchakkaravarthy
Trusted Contributor

Re: error in syslog message

hi post the output of /var/opt/resmon/log/event.log

and vgdisplay -v

regards

MC