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Technical Support
Recovering from hardware failure
■ About recovery from hardware failure
About recovery from hardware failure
Chapter
Listing unstartable volumes
To list unstartable volumes
Displaying volume and plex states
To display volume and plex states
The plex state cycle
Recovering an unstartable mirrored volume
To recover an unstartable mirrored volume
Recovering an unstartable volume with a disabled plex in the RECOVER state
To recover an unstartable volume with a disabled plex in the RECOVER state
Forcibly restarting a disabled volume
Recovering an unstartable volume with a disabled plex in the RECOVER state
Clearing the failing flag on a disk
Reattaching failed disks
Failures on RAID-5 volumes
System failures
Disk failures
Default startup recovery process for RAID-5
Recovery of RAID-5 volumes
Recovery after moving RAID-5 subdisks
Unstartable RAID-5 volumes
Recovering from an incomplete disk group move
Recovery from failure of a DCO volume
Recovering a version 0 DCO volume
To recover a version 0 DCO volume
Recovering a version 20 DCO volume
To recover a version 20 DCO volume
Recovering from instant snapshot failure
■ Recovering from the failure of vxsnap prepare
■ Recovering from the failure of vxsnap restore
Recovering from the failure of vxsnap prepare
Recovering from the failure of vxsnap make for full-sized instant snapshots
Recovering from the failure of vxsnap make for full-sized instant snapshots
Recovering from the failure of vxsnap make for break-off instant snapshots
Recovering from the failure of vxsnap make for space-optimized instant snapshots
Recovering from the failure of vxsnap make for break-off instant snapshots
Recovering from the failure of vxsnap restore
Recovering from the failure of vxsnap reattach or refresh
Recovering from copy-on-write failure
To recover from copy-on-write failure
To recover from I/O errors during resynchronization
Recovering from I/O failure on a DCO volume
Recovering from boot disk failure
■ VxVM and boot disk failure
VxVM and boot disk failure
Possible root, swap, and usr configurations
Booting from alternate boot disks
Booting from an alternate boot disk on Sun SPARC systems
See “The boot process on SPARC systems” on page 45
The boot process on SPARC systems
Booting from an alternate (mirror) boot disk on Sun x64 systems
The boot process on x64 systems
See “Manual GRUB procedure to set up an alternate boot disk” on page 48
Manual GRUB procedure to set up an alternate boot disk
Hot-relocation and boot disk failure
Unrelocation of subdisks to a replacement boot disk
Recovery from boot failure
Boot device cannot be opened
Cannot boot from unusable or stale plexes
Invalid UNIX partition
Incorrect entries in /etc/vfstab
Missing or damaged configuration files
Restoring a copy of the system configuration file
Repair of root or /usr file systems on mirrored volumes
Recovering a root disk and root mirror from a backup
Replacing a failed boot disk
Recovery by reinstallation
General reinstallation information
Reinstalling the system and recovering VxVM
Prepare the system for reinstallation
Reinstall the operating system
Reinstalling Veritas Volume Manager
Recovering the Veritas Volume Manager configuration
To recover the Veritas Volume Manager configuration
Cleaning up the system configuration
Command logs
Transaction logs
Backing up a disk group configuration
Restoring a disk group configuration
Resolving conflicting backups for a disk group
Restoring a previous array support library
Downgrading the array support
Error messages
■ About error messages
■ How error messages are logged
About error messages
How error messages are logged
See “Configuring logging in the startup script” on page 96
Configuring logging in the startup script
Types of messages
Messages
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