Re: No volume can be created
What you can also do, is use the output of "vxprint -thg lenlocal" and
look at the sizes of the disks (the dm lines) and then the sizes of your
volumes (the "v" lines) to see if you have any space left.
The other thing to rememebr is that the layout of your volumes might
have an effect. If you only have a small piece of space left on each
disk (but together they form a large space), but your volumes are
striped, you might not be able to add more space to the volume
> I have a diskgroup lenlocal. when tried to use "vxassist -g lenlocal maxsize"
> , it gives an error " VXVM: vxassist: ERROR: NO volume can be created
> within the constrainsts."
> also "vxdg -g lenlocal free " returns nothing.
> Just wonder why this happen. I know there are some attributes been set for
> the volume.
> Does this mean that the volume cannot be resized?
> Thanks for advice