Error Code details
Severity: Error 
Component: Volume Manager 
VX_GETFSOPT ioctl failed -- errno %d

When you do the vxresize operation on volumes containing VxFS filesystems, this message is displayed if the volume is not mounted.                                                                        


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Last Modified: 2014-10-10 22:52:47 PDT
Platform: Generic
Release: Generic
  1. For resizing the volume containing VxFS filesystem, mount the volume as below.

On AIX, enter:            #            mount [ −V vxfs ] blkname mount_point

On HP-UX, enter:     #         mount [ −F vxfs ] blkname mount_point

On Linux, enter:       #          mount [-t vxfs] blkname mount_point

On Solaris, enter:    #             mount [ −F vxfs ] blkname mount_point

  1. Retry the vxresize operation on the volume.

For detailed information on this command, see the mount manual page.

Note: This link points to the release 6.0, Linux platform version of the manual page. For the manual page for your release and platform, go to the Documents page on the SORT website.


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