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SnapDrive for Unix fails to mount a lun for an AIX cluster

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Applies to

  • SnapDrive for Unix
  • AIX Cluster

Issue

SnapDrive for Unix fails to mount a lun for an AIX cluster when using the snapdrive snap connect command and fails with the error
 
0001-199 Command error: Snapdrive could not import /dev/vg_NTAPPRD01_bin: Device not found in CuDv class while setting ODM attribute
 
From the SDU logs we see the error
 
11-01-2021 12:38:24 [51839118 1a3]v,9,0,ASSISTANT EXECUTION (at 1219966.850853): Output:
vg_NTAPPRD01_bin
0516-1972 varyonvg: The volume group is varied on in other node in concurrent
mode; you cannot vary on the volume group in non-concurrent mode. Use -O
flag to force varyon the volume group if needed.

 

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