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VIO Server level 2.2.1.4

Have you started to use VIO Server level 2.2.1.4?
=20


We've started to use it and have run into a major issue. I'd like to solici=
t your support to contact IBM and raise the visibility of the issue. The sc=
enario is that the command 'lspv -free' has been redesigned to no longer sh=
ow disks which have a VGID. So in brief, any disk that has ever been used w=
ill no longer be shown as free, even if you have intentionally freed the di=
sk, unless you specifically overwrite the VGID.=20



They claim to have done this to support knowing when a disk is in use by va=
rious types of clusters outside of the knowledge of the specific VIO server=
.. However, I dont buy that as a viable explanation. The documentation clear=
ly states that this option, "Lists only physical volumes that are available=
 for use as a backing device." However, with this new change it does not do=
 that. IBMs response so far is that they may have to change the documentati=
on to match the new design of the command. I feel that if they were designi=
ng a new option, they should have made a new command or option, rather than=
 replacing and removing a very valuable option.
=20


If you concur, I encourage you or your teams to contact IBM to raise the is=
sue. I would be glad to share PMR and / or DCR numbers that you can referen=
ce if you would like.
 
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On Thu, 4 Oct 2012 11:53:21 -0700 (PDT)
aix@mail.com wrote:

> Have you started to use VIO Server level 2.2.1.4?

I have not used it yet...

> [snip]
> The scenario is that the command 'lspv -free' has been redesigned to no longer show disks which have a VGID. So in brief, any disk that has ever been used will no longer be shown as free, even if you have intentionally freed the disk, unless you specifically overwrite the VGID. 

Can't you just do a plain 'lspv' and use awk/cut/grep to filter out the
physical volumes that are actually in a VG? I must admit that that's
how I've been doing it, mainly because I didn't know about the '-free'
option. Or maybe I don't completely understand the issue?

I am guessing that your main issue here is automated scripts that need
to be re-written to work on the new VIO server.

> [snip] they should have made a new command or option, rather than replacing
> and removing a very valuable option.

I agree that parameters shouldn't have their functionality changed on a
whim unless it's a bug fix, but I disagree that '-free' is a 'very
valuable option', only because I don't use it. Nothing personal, of
course.

> If you concur, I encourage you or your teams to contact IBM to raise the issue. I would be glad to share PMR and / or DCR numbers that you can reference if you would like.

Mmm... Sorry, I don't think I can help you there. I actually work for
IBM, and they're even less likely to listen to anything I have to say
about the issue, as I'm not in the aix development or the aix support
department.

But hey, if this is the biggest complaint you have against IBM, you're
doing pretty well.


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