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  • Latest Post - ‏2014-07-07T09:21:16Z by chinni407
chinni407
chinni407
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Pinned topic LPAR mapping on VIOS

‏2014-07-03T12:45:33Z |

Hi,

I've observed Client partition Id as 0x00000000 on VIOS for few of the lpars. Is there any way to make sure that partition Id get displayed in the 'lsmap -all' output.

Thanks,

Chinni

 

  • Wouter Liefting
    Wouter Liefting
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    Re: LPAR mapping on VIOS

    ‏2014-07-07T08:02:25Z  

    Start the partition. The 0x0 means that no partition is, or has been connected to this vSCSI server adapter.

  • chinni407
    chinni407
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    Re: LPAR mapping on VIOS

    ‏2014-07-07T09:21:16Z  

    Start the partition. The 0x0 means that no partition is, or has been connected to this vSCSI server adapter.

    No disks have been attached to the lpar. I tried to activate the LPAR using

    chsysstate -r lpar -m <managedsystem> -o on -f <profilename> -n <lparname>

    But, still I could able to see 0x0 only.  Am I missing anything?

     

    thanks,

    Chinni

     

  • Wouter Liefting
    Wouter Liefting
    43 Posts

    Re: LPAR mapping on VIOS

    ‏2014-07-07T08:02:25Z  

    Start the partition. The 0x0 means that no partition is, or has been connected to this vSCSI server adapter.

  • chinni407
    chinni407
    2 Posts

    Re: LPAR mapping on VIOS

    ‏2014-07-07T09:21:16Z  

    Start the partition. The 0x0 means that no partition is, or has been connected to this vSCSI server adapter.

    No disks have been attached to the lpar. I tried to activate the LPAR using

    chsysstate -r lpar -m <managedsystem> -o on -f <profilename> -n <lparname>

    But, still I could able to see 0x0 only.  Am I missing anything?

     

    thanks,

    Chinni