On AIX 5.3 host, the lvm_queryvg call does not work properly and results in a sudden memory rise. This is happening on one particular host and the same call works fine on another host.
Is this a known issue and is there any patch available for this?
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Updated on 2007-12-11T20:18:16Z at 2007-12-11T20:18:16Z by SystemAdmin
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK6902 Posts
Re: lvm_queryvg call results in a sudden memory rise on AIX 5.3.2007-12-11T20:18:16ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.Have you checked log? Is there any error message? Are there any irregularities in lsvg (-o) and lspv outputs? Maybe you have problem with loglv? Are your vg's often varied off? Are they varied on without difficulties?
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Re: lvm_queryvg call results in a sudden memory rise on AIX 5.3.2013-08-30T17:11:57ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- SystemAdmin 110000D4XK
I understand this is an outdated forum but there is a fix for the memory leaks.
IV17847 MEMORY LEAK IN LVM_QUERYVG
Hope this helps.