12-19-2000 01:11 PM
#make_recovery -p -A -d /dev/rmt/0m
/var/opt/ignite/recovery/config.recover is created successfully on both machines.
#make_recovery -r -d /dev/rmt/0m
make_recovery(482) Call to system failed.
make_recovery(486) Call to system failed.
I would greatly appreciate any help!
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12-19-2000 01:25 PM
12-20-2000 06:24 PM
The reason for this is that it will write the things needed to boot the system to the beginning of the tape, and then after that it uses pax to write the rest of your backup. If you don't use the no-rewind device you could potentially have a non-bootable make_recovery tape, which wouldn't do you much good.
12-21-2000 04:11 AM
and see if vgcfgbackup has failed.
Possibly your /etc/lvmtab is out of date.
If you found something like this you have to check your LVM.
Ie: recreate /etc/lvmtab with
mv /etc/lvmtab /etc/lvmtab.old
12-21-2000 04:28 AM
- The volumegroup given to be incorrect, in /var/opt/ignite/logs/makrec.log1.
- strings /etc/lvmtab
- vgdisplay -v /dev/vg??
If it comes back with an error-message, couldn't query ....
If the above is the case it is possible that you need to run:
- vgreduce -f /dev/vg??
- mv /etc/lvmtab /etc/lvmtab.old
- vgscan -v
- vgcfgbackup /dev/vg??