Sometimes you can find some problems within disks PVIDs, and you can handle this issues following the commands below.
This issues requires attention !
lquerypr -h /dev/vpathxx
If persistent reservation exists, the command below returns "0" if the disk is not reserved, but different values indicates this disk has a reservation.lquerypr -vh /dev/vpathxx
Shows the reservation keylquerypr -rh /dev/vpathxx
Returns "0" if the command completed successfully and the disk is not reserved. Returns "2" if fails.lquerypr -ch /dev/vpathxx
Remove persistent reservation and clean the register keylquerypr -ph /dev/vpathxx
If the disk was mapped to another host, this command removes the persistent reservationlqueryvg -At -p hdiskxx
Shows information about LV / VG into this disk.