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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-07-15T22:26:58Z by GarlandJoseph
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Pinned topic 0516-070 : LVM system call found an unaccountable internal error.

‏2013-01-14T07:16:53Z |
We are installing oracle 11gR2 grid infrastructure to setup asm(11.2) on an Active/passive cluster(Non Rac) on Aix 7.1,

when I am trying to launch the Oracle Universal installer from Node1 it's failing to
start, though we have allocated sufficient amount of swap space, i.e.

Checking swap space: 0 MB available, 150 MB required. Failed <<<<
When I query the swap space from root user it's appearing sufficient swap
space is available, i.e.

  1. lsps -a

Page Space Physical Volume VolumeGroup Size %Used Active Auto TypeChksum
paging00 hdisk0 rootvg 25088MB 1 yes no lv 0
hd6 hdisk0 rootvg 26112MB 1 yes yes lv

where as, if i query through oracle or grid user it showing an internal
error, i.e.

i.e.

$ lsps -a

Page Space Physical Volume Volume Group Size %Used Active Auto

0516-070 : LVM system call found an unaccountable internal error.
0516-070 : LVM system call found an unaccountable internal error.

Request anyone to help in rectifying this problem.

Thanks
Naveen
  • id=me
    id=me
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    Re: 0516-070 : LVM system call found an unaccountable internal error.

    ‏2013-07-02T23:56:38Z  

    Hi Naveen,

    I also have the same issue, non root users seem to spit out the LVM error when calling lsps -a, lsps -s works and I can't seem to find any other commands that spit the error. I am running 7100-01-06, might be a bug but I haven't noticed it before. Did you have any luck getting a solution, I will spend some time on it today.

    Regards

    MiniMe

    Updated on 2013-07-02T23:57:02Z at 2013-07-02T23:57:02Z by id=me
  • GarlandJoseph
    GarlandJoseph
    159 Posts

    Re: 0516-070 : LVM system call found an unaccountable internal error.

    ‏2013-07-15T22:26:58Z  

    check the permissions on /usr/sbin/lslv and /usr/sbin/lquerylv....they should be 4555  (-r-sr-xr-x) owned by root:system