[Veritas-bu] RE: vmoprcmd and drive status

2002-03-29 11:55:53
Subject: [Veritas-bu] RE: vmoprcmd and drive status
From: david AT xbpadm-commands DOT com (David A. Chapa)
Date: Fri, 29 Mar 2002 10:55:53 -0600
vmoprcmd -up <drive index>

check /var/adm/messages or your system's syslog file to see why they went


David A. Chapa
NetBackup Consultant
DataStaff, Inc.
847 413 1144
NBU-LSERV AT datastaff DOT com - Adv. Scripting

-----Original Message-----
From: kk downing [mailto:kk_downings AT yahoo DOT com]
Sent: Friday, March 29, 2002 10:51 AM
To: David A. Chapa; veritas-bu AT mailman.eng.auburn DOT edu
Subject: vmoprcmd and drive status

I have been getting 219 and 213 - "no storage units
available" type messages which have been driving me
nuts as everything looks fine class-wise and
pool-wise. However I just disconvered the following
with vmoprcmd

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/export/home/openv/volmgr/openv/volmgr/bin/vmoprcmd -h

                                PENDING REQUESTS

ReqId  User      RVSN    EVSN    Density  Mode    Time
  Barcode   VolGroup
  0    root      NTB037  NTB037  dlt      Read
17:56  --------  NTB_out

                                  DRIVE STATUS

Drv Type   Control  User      Label  RVSN    EVSN
Ready   Wr.Enbl.  ReqId
  0 dlt    DOWN-TLD             -
No       -        -
  1 dlt    DOWN-TLD             -
No       -        -
  2 dlt2   DOWN-TSD             -
No       -        -

                             ADDITIONAL DRIVE STATUS

Drv DriveName            Multihost Assigned
  0 Drive0                No       -
  1 Drive1                No       -
  2 Drive2                No       -

This looks to me like the drives are down. What is the
command to put these in the upstate? Also what may
have caused the drives to go into a "downed state", if
this is in fact the case?

Thanks for any input

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