01-29-2013 11:25 AM
#vgcreate vg02 /dev/dsk/c6t0d1
Warning: Max_PE_per_PV for the volume group (65535) too small for this PV (166911).
Using only 65535 PEs from this physical volume.
Increased the number of physical extents per physical volume to 65535.
vgcreate: Volume group "/dev/vg02" could not be created:
VGRA for the disk is too big for the specified parameters. Increase the
extent size or decrease max_PVs/max_LVs and try again.
Getting the above error message, Any Help would be highly appreciated
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01-29-2013 12:09 PM
You likely need to add some additional parameters to your vgcreate command.
Here is what I would do:
# vgcreate -s 64 -l 10 -p 12 vg02 /dev/dsk/c6t0d1
What these do:
-s 64 --- sets the PE size at 64 MB (default is 4 MB, maximum is 256 MB)
-l 10 --- allows for 10 LV's to be defined in this VG (the number you choose should be appropriate for your environment - the default is 255, which is the maximum)
-p 12 --- allows for 12 physical volumes in the VG (the number you choose should be appropriate for your environment - the default is 16)
For more information on the various options, see the 'vgcreate' man page.
You may be able to create your VG by specifying a new value for the PE size only. Something like:
# vgcreate -s 64 vg02 /dev/dsk/c6t0d1
If you still have problems and receive an error, try increasing the value of the '-s' option. Be aware that it must be specified in powers of 2, so the next values after 64 are 128 & 256.