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Old 08-25-2010, 10:06 AM   #1
tsebo4mile
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Angry AIX Pseries Server Harddrives


I have 7 harddrives connected to my IBM AIX pseries server only 4 work when i do cfgmgr and lspv i get hdisk 0 1 2 3 all of the 7 the disks are not labelled and i need to know which one is faulty. Another thing i want to sign a leave form for friday so ican take a day off. anybody got anything for me?
 
Old 08-25-2010, 07:01 PM   #2
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In AIX, on most fairly recent machines and for internal disks, you can use the diag command menus and the task selection menu to drill down to a single drive and turn on the identify light, if you turn on all the working drives then you could pull all the rest, as long as another partition is not using them

As for the second question, in light of the first question, just go for it because it does not sound like any one will miss you
 
  


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