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Old 09-16-2012, 10:03 AM   #1
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No Result for " bootlist -m normal -o "

Hello Friends/Gurus

I dont find any output after issuing the below commaned..
# bootlist -m normal -o
# bootlist -b

Any help is appreciated..

Thanks & Regards
Old 09-16-2012, 08:33 PM   #2
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What AIX version are you running? Will it allow you to create a bootlist at all instead of listing one?

bootlist -m normal hdisk0

Have you added, mirrored, unmirrored or otherwise played with the boot device/rootvg lately? Perhaps a NIM activity or a Live Partition Migration activity, added an additional VIO server with disk path connectivity, or swung disk from an LPAR shell on one box to an LPAR shell on another box to migrate?

Maybe you need to run a bosboot -a -d hdisk0 (or whatever disk number you boot from).

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