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madhuchakkaravarthy
Trusted Contributor

Re: syslog error

hi

storage name.

check device power.
check disk cable it may be loose.

check for any alerts in storage.

have u done any changes in host machine or in storage.

regards

MC


eric lipede_1
Regular Advisor

Re: syslog error

Hi
ok - the message seems to refer to a VG thats unavailable ...so....

1. What discs belong to VG 128 0x003000 ?
2. what lv's belong to that VG ?
3. what does strings have to say about this?
4. when did the messaging start and what was
done to the system before?
5. a PV is unavailable ...where is this from..a SAN, JBOD etc ?

kunjuttan
Super Advisor

Re: syslog error

How can I check this particular VG 128 0x003000 corresponds to which pv and lv??
cnb
Honored Contributor

Re: syslog error

P Arumugavel
Respected Contributor

Re: syslog error

hi,

To map this error 0x003000 to a specific disk, search the lower 6 digit of this from below command,

# ll /dev/*dsk | grep 003000

Regds \ Vel
P Arumugavel
Respected Contributor

Re: syslog error

or put as below

# ll /dev/*disk | grep 003000

Rgds \ vel
kunjuttan
Super Advisor

Re: syslog error

done