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Disk is sharable, operation not supported

By Alan Greene,2014-09-30 11:26
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Disk is sharable, operation not supported

Disk is sharable, operation not supported import failed: Disk is sharable, operation

    not supported

*V240+2*SUN 3510 VCS架构

one logic drive status failed; i relpace the disk and rebuild the volume;then import

    the same device group,which indicates the following errors:

    import failed: Disk is sharable, operation not supported

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Reference:

Exact Error Message

    vxvm:vxdg: ERROR: Disk group oradg: import failed: Disk is sharable, operation not supported

Details:

Description:

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    The following error is reported when trying to import a disk group:

# vxdg import oradg

    vxvm:vxdg: ERROR: Disk group oradg: import failed: Disk is sharable,

operation not supported

    # vxdisk -o alldgs list <= Shows the following for the disk group =>

DEVICE TYPE DISK GROUP STATUS

c0t0d0s2 sliced rootdisk rootdg online

c1t0d0s2 sliced - (oradg) online shared

c1t1d0s2 sliced - (oradg) online shared

c1t2d0s2 sliced - (oradg) online shared

    The above states that the disk group is cluster-sharable. The disks in a shared disk group are stamped with the ID of the cluster to which the hosts belong and are marked with the shared flag.

# vxdisk list c1t0d0

Device: c1t0d0s2

devicetag: c1t0d0

type: sliced

    clusterid: ops <=== The name of the cluster which the disk belongs to.

Solution:

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    In a cluster environment it is necessary to use the -s option to import a disk group as cluster-sharable. This is only valid if the cluster is active on the host where the import takes place. Ensure that all the disks in a shared disk group are physically accessible by all hosts. A host which cannot access all the disks in a shared disk group cannot join the cluster.

    The following command must be used on the master server to import the shared disk group oradg:

# vxdg -s import oradg

The following command can be used to determine whether a node is Master or Slave:

# vxdctl -c mode

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