vxresize problem - Veritas Volume Manager

This is a discussion on vxresize problem - Veritas Volume Manager ; Hi, can enybody help me? uxdbqm1_root:/> vxresize -F vxfs -g oratibqm3c oratibqm3c_vol07 +10g VxVM vxassist ERROR V-5-1-10127 creating subdisk oratibqm3c13-03: Subdisk oratibqm3c13-03 would overlap subdisk oratibqm3c13-01 VxVM vxresize ERROR V-5-1-4703 Problem running vxassist command for volume oratibqm3c_vol07, in diskgroup oratibqm3c ...

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  1. vxresize problem


    Hi,

    can enybody help me?
    uxdbqm1_root:/> vxresize -F vxfs -g oratibqm3c oratibqm3c_vol07 +10g
    VxVM vxassist ERROR V-5-1-10127 creating subdisk oratibqm3c13-03:
    Subdisk oratibqm3c13-03 would overlap subdisk oratibqm3c13-01
    VxVM vxresize ERROR V-5-1-4703 Problem running vxassist command for volume
    oratibqm3c_vol07, in diskgroup oratibqm3c

    Additional Info:
    OS: Solaris 10
    Cluster: yes

    Are there any other way without restart of vxconfigd?

    best regards
    Ivo

  2. Re: vxresize problem

    OK, seems like you might need to re-layout some of your volumes (perhaps
    just oratibqm3c_vol07.

    Best would be to post the following, so we can see what the volume
    layout looks like and what the sub-disk usage would be:


    vxprint -thrg oratibq3c

    ivo wrote:
    > Hi,
    >
    > can enybody help me?
    > uxdbqm1_root:/> vxresize -F vxfs -g oratibqm3c oratibqm3c_vol07 +10g
    > VxVM vxassist ERROR V-5-1-10127 creating subdisk oratibqm3c13-03:
    > Subdisk oratibqm3c13-03 would overlap subdisk oratibqm3c13-01
    > VxVM vxresize ERROR V-5-1-4703 Problem running vxassist command for volume
    > oratibqm3c_vol07, in diskgroup oratibqm3c
    >
    > Additional Info:
    > OS: Solaris 10
    > Cluster: yes
    >
    > Are there any other way without restart of vxconfigd?
    >
    > best regards
    > Ivo


  3. Re: vxresize problem

    Hello you can try with

    uxdbqm1_root:/> vxassist -g oratibqm3c maxgrow oratibqm3c_vol07

    It it have 10 GB free space in oratibqm3c then you can issue the below command, other wise you need to add a new lun/disk in to that dg group (oratibqm3c)...

    uxdbqm1_root:/> vxresize -g oratibqm3c oratibqm3c_vol07 +10g


    then you can check the volume size (df -k)

    Hope it will help you

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