How do I recover a disk in the "failing" state? - Veritas Volume Manager

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  1. How do I recover a disk in the "failing" state?


    Can anyone help out with this?

    spaniel# vxdisk list
    DEVICE TYPE DISK GROUP STATUS
    c0t0d0s2 sliced rootdisk rootdg online
    c1t125d21s2 sliced cerdg01 cerdg online
    c1t125d22s2 sliced cerdg02 cerdg online
    c1t125d23s2 sliced cerdg03 cerdg online
    c1t125d24s2 sliced cerdg04 cerdg online
    c1t125d25s2 sliced cerdg05 cerdg online failing
    spaniel#


    Thanks,

    -Chris

  2. Re: How do I recover a disk in the "failing" state?

    Hi Chris,

    Open a bug with veritas. I think this is a known problem.

    Thanks,
    Prasad
    anjiprasad@yahoo.com

    "Chris Fay" wrote in message news:3c67f0a8$1@hronntp01....
    >
    > Can anyone help out with this?
    >
    > spaniel# vxdisk list
    > DEVICE TYPE DISK GROUP STATUS
    > c0t0d0s2 sliced rootdisk rootdg online
    > c1t125d21s2 sliced cerdg01 cerdg online
    > c1t125d22s2 sliced cerdg02 cerdg online
    > c1t125d23s2 sliced cerdg03 cerdg online
    > c1t125d24s2 sliced cerdg04 cerdg online
    > c1t125d25s2 sliced cerdg05 cerdg online failing
    > spaniel#
    >
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > -Chris




  3. Re: How do I recover a disk in the "failing" state?


    Run this command:

    # vxedit -g cerdg set failing=off cerdg05



    "Chris Fay" wrote:
    >
    >Can anyone help out with this?
    >
    >spaniel# vxdisk list
    >DEVICE TYPE DISK GROUP STATUS
    >c0t0d0s2 sliced rootdisk rootdg online
    >c1t125d21s2 sliced cerdg01 cerdg online
    >c1t125d22s2 sliced cerdg02 cerdg online
    >c1t125d23s2 sliced cerdg03 cerdg online
    >c1t125d24s2 sliced cerdg04 cerdg online
    >c1t125d25s2 sliced cerdg05 cerdg online failing
    >spaniel#
    >
    >
    >Thanks,
    >
    >-Chris



  4. Re: How do I recover a disk in the "failing" state?








    "prasad_2001" wrote:
    >Hi Chris,
    >
    >Open a bug with veritas. I think this is a known problem.
    >
    >Thanks,
    >Prasad
    >anjiprasad@yahoo.com
    >
    >"Chris Fay" wrote in message news:3c67f0a8$1@hronntp01....
    >>
    >> Can anyone help out with this?
    >>
    >> spaniel# vxdisk list
    >> DEVICE TYPE DISK GROUP STATUS
    >> c0t0d0s2 sliced rootdisk rootdg online
    >> c1t125d21s2 sliced cerdg01 cerdg online
    >> c1t125d22s2 sliced cerdg02 cerdg online
    >> c1t125d23s2 sliced cerdg03 cerdg online
    >> c1t125d24s2 sliced cerdg04 cerdg online
    >> c1t125d25s2 sliced cerdg05 cerdg online failing
    >> spaniel#
    >>
    >>
    >> Thanks,
    >>
    >> -Chris

    >
    >





    Hi Chris,

    U can try this command to solve the problem if u are sure that there is no
    harware failure..

    vxedit set failing=off

    regds
    Seenu

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