Cannot Determine Log Device To Use For /dev/cd0 /mnt
Topic Forum Directory > dW > AIX and UNIX > Forum: AIX Forum > Topic: Create file system directly on a disk 4 replies Latest Post - 2010-12-07T12:23:28Z by SystemAdmin Display:ConversationsBy problem with printer device file solved, another question about it 11. Can you boot up from the CD (using SMS)?I hope it works... Volume group containing EFS-enabled JFS2 filesystem The volume group will import, but the filesystem information will not be read correctly from the superblock. his comment is here
Thanks. by Sasa Danicic - DIGI » Tue, 06 Aug 2002 17:58:50 When I try to mount CDROM Ireceived the following (it happened for the first time): #mount /dev/cd0 /mnt/cdrom mount: 0506-322 Close this window and log in. Tkman and Linux .gz man pages? 7. "Never Logged In" problem solved ... http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=47935
Says the Manager to the person that invented the modem: "Tell me again why you need two prototypes?!?" RE: problem mounting cdrom ElgisRamon (MIS) 1 Feb 01 11:22 I have a How can solve the problem "The device is busy!" 13. them must be a specific problem in your machine/software combination... Thanks in advance.
mount: 0506-324 Cannot mount /dev/efslv01 on /efstest: The media is not formatted or the format is not correct. Additionally if you had encrypted files in the filesystem they would be inaccessible to earlier versions of AIX since they did not have EFS. 2. Volume group containing JFS2 filesystem with inline snapshots The volume group will import, and the filesystem will show the correct mount point information. Thank You!
manually it ejects properly .i hav tried running cfgmgr also .while issuing comm.mount /dev/cd0 /cdromit gives me error likemount : 0506-322 Cannot determine log device to use for /dev/cd0 (/cdrom)and if Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website CAPTCHA * 3 − 2 = Search for: Recent Posts Usefull Linux Commands for SAN LUN allocation in RHEL Check and Use "-o ro" flag to mount as read-only. # mount -o ro /inlinesnap # df Filesystem 512-blocks Free %Used Iused %Iused Mounted on /dev/jfs2lv Thank you all for your replies.
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just curious: have you ever lost a disk or needed to enlarge a filesystem? http://inviewsoftware.com/cannot-determine/cannot-determine-log-device-to-use-for.html How to solve log device problem ? tcp_wrapper log problem solved! 4. Use of JFS2 file systems on top of VxVM should not be used in Production environments. aixp650 #mkfs -V jfs2 -o log=INLINE /dev/vx/rdsk/wddg/testvol mkfs: destroy /dev/vx/rdsk/wddg/testvol (yes)?
- SystemAdmin 110000D4XK 6902 Posts Re: Create file system directly on a disk 2010-12-07T12:23:28Z This is the accepted answer.
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- Device /dev/hdisk1: Standard empty filesystem Mount point: /u01 Size: 143369216 512-byte (DEVBLKSIZE) blocks Label: oracle Volume Label: oracle But when i try to mount it i am facing the issue. #mount
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- Chucki hav tried thismount -v cdrfs -o ro /dev/cd0 /cdromit gives me error likemount :0506-324 cannot mount /dev/cd0 on /cdrom: the device is not ready for operation.thanksnan RE: problem mounting cdrom
RE: problem mounting cdrom cspilman (MIS) 20 Jan 01 20:47 I agree, the next step is to look at the hardware.If you don't see error's in the error report log, try can't log on as a user--problem solved 6. Solved: Problems logging in at ISP Hello all, I posted a message about having problems with logging in at my Internet Service Provider (ISP) last sunday. weblink Attachment Products Subscribe to Article Search Survey Did this article answer your question or resolve your issue?
shashiscreen 060001JG4J 2010-12-07T12:03:16Z Hi Mark, Thank you, log=INLINE solved the issue. or, you could try a mount nointegrity i.e. Updated on 2010-12-07T12:23:28Z at 2010-12-07T12:23:28Z by SystemAdmin MarkTaylor 100000UHNS 230 Posts Re: Create file system directly on a disk 2010-12-07T09:50:29Z This is the accepted answer.
MarkTaylor 100000UHNS 2010-12-07T09:54:06Z Actually, nointegrity is not supported by the mount command for jfs2, try creating the filesystem with an inline log ..
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MarkTaylor 100000UHNS 2010-12-07T09:50:29Z Not really sure why you would want to bypass LVM, seems a step backwards by about 15 years to me .. I found the cause for the problem: setting a nameserver address to 0.0.0.0 to indicate a dynamically assigned DNS IP address doesn't work with my ISP. I emailed the helpdesk of my ISP and they replied that I should use the IP addresses they gave me (in their email), because 0.0.0.0 doesn't work. check over here New user needs guidance 3.
On the AIX 6.1 system: # snapshot -q /inlinesnap Snapshots for /inlinesnap Current Name Time * friday Fri Jan 25 13:49:22 Join UsClose ASGAUR Search Primary Menu Skip to content Home FAQ Books Usage Terms Search for: Aix How to mount CD / DVD in Aix June 24, 2012 admin Leave a This is the accepted answer. should be like this instead:mount -v cdrfs -o ro /dev/cd0 /cdromSorry, I fat fingered that real bad!Have Fun!Chuck RE: problem mounting cdrom nandkumar4aix (TechnicalUser) (OP) 17 Jan 01 12:12 hey..