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unable to deport: VxVM vxdg ERROR V-5-1-584 Disk group: Some volumes in the disk group are in use

创建时间: 05 9 月 2012 • Updated: 05 9 月 2012 | 5 条评论
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hi all,

i am getting this error:

VxVM vxdg ERROR V-5-1-584 Disk group : Some volumes in the disk group are in use

none of the volumes are mounted. even after vol stop all the volume in the diskgroup. it still failed to deport with the same error. any idea how to fix this without a reboot?

VRTSvxvm-5.1.132.211-5.1SP1RP2P2HF11_RHEL5 

Redhat version is 5.8

thanks inadvance.

Regards,

ida 

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Gaurav Sangamnerkar 的图片

Hi,

that could be a typical problem with linux ..  could u see if any process is holding the volume

# fuser /dev/vx/dsk/<diskgroup>/<volume>

if any process is holding it, you may try to kill the process & then see if dg can be deported cleanly ..

G

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IdaWong 的图片

Hi Gaurav,

Appreciate for the quick reply. unfortunately, fuser didn't report anything. some sort of lock on the volumes? 

any other idea?

regards,

ida 

Dev Roy 的图片

Hello Ida,

# vxprint -g <diskgroup> -m <volume> | grep devopen

If the above command returns "devopen=on" then the volume is still in an active state in the kernel, although it is probably not showing up as mounted when  the df -k command is run.

You may need to reboot the server in order to fix the issue.

Thanks,

Dev

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Leed.Engineer 的图片

I think in such cases with the current platform , the only way is to reboot the host.