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  1. #1
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    Feb 2006
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    Question Unanswered: This chunk will not fit the diskspace specified ?

    Hi ,
    I am having problem while adding chunk to my dbapace.
    My informix is on HP-UX and we have 4 volume groups and Informix is VG00.

    I created logical volume in VG03 and created link to informix DB :
    ln -s /dev/vg03/lvol12 /users/informix/links/dbs15.

    Using Onmonitor i am trying to add chunk to the dbspace and i got the following error message :
    "This chunk will not fit the diskspace specified".

    What does it mean ? We can't create link to different volume group ?

    Your help will be much appreciated..

    Regards
    PBR

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2006
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    Have you got enough free disk space for the chunk?

    Use the utility which ships with your version of Unix to check for free disk space. (SCO is df or dfspace, while Linux uses df -h). Check the documentation for the correct command to use in order to determine the amount of free disk space.

    Take note that in some cases you must be logged in as root to get correct results.

    Examples : SCO

    Code:
    # dfspace
    /         :     Disk space: 1202.03 MB of 1871.09 MB available (64.24%).
    /stand    :     Disk space:   8.93 MB of  19.53 MB available (45.77%).
    /exp1     :     Disk space: 4685.71 MB of 7812.49 MB available (59.98%).
    /wrk1     :     Disk space: 3389.16 MB of 3498.97 MB available (96.86%).
    
    Total Disk Space: 9285.85 MB of 13202.09 MB available (70.34%).
    #
    Linux :
    Code:
    [root@neptune root]# df -h
    Filesystem            Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
    /dev/hda3              26G  1.9G   23G   8% /
    /dev/hda1             243M   14M  216M   6% /boot
    none                  124M     0  124M   0% /dev/shm
    [root@neptune root]#
    Regards

    Lib
    Last edited by The_Librarian; 02-23-06 at 07:12.

  3. #3
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    Argentina
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    Hi,

    Please run /sbin/lvdisplay /dev/vg03/lvol12 |grep "LV Size", Next multiply this value for 1024, then use this value in onspaces.

    Gustavo.

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Feb 2006
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    7

    Thanks --gurey--Problem solved

    Hi ,
    thanks for your help..
    The problem was due to LV Size and i was able to add chunk now..

    Thanks
    Raju

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