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The latest patch(es) : vm-hpux1123-5.0MP2RP3P3 
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 Basic information
Release type: Rolling Patch
Release date: 2010-03-23
OS update support: None
Technote: None
Documentation: None
Popularity: 887 viewed    59 downloaded
Download size: 246.61 MB
Checksum: 1404739721

 Applies to one or more of the following products:
Storage Foundation 5.0MP2 On HP-UX 11i v2 (11.23)
Storage Foundation Cluster File System 5.0MP2 On HP-UX 11i v2 (11.23)
Storage Foundation for Oracle 5.0MP2 On HP-UX 11i v2 (11.23)
Storage Foundation for Oracle RAC 5.0MP2 On HP-UX 11i v2 (11.23)
Storage Foundation HA 5.0MP2 On HP-UX 11i v2 (11.23)
Volume Manager 5.0MP2 On HP-UX 11i v2 (11.23)
Volume Replicator 5.0MP2 On HP-UX 11i v2 (11.23)

 Obsolete patches, incompatibilities, superseded patches, or other requirements:

This patch is obsolete. It is superseded by: Release date
vm-hpux1123-5.0MP2RP3P2 (obsolete) 2012-07-17
vm-hpux1123-5.0MP2RP3P1 2011-11-04
sfha-hpux1123-5.0MP2RP3 2010-11-15
vm-hpux1123-5.0MP2RP3 (obsolete) 2010-10-13

This patch supersedes the following patches: Release date
vm-hpux1123-5.0MP2RP1 (obsolete) 2009-12-10

This patch requires: Release date
sfha-hpux1123-5.0MP2RP3 2010-11-15
sfha-hpux1123-5.0MP2 2009-04-08
vm-hpux1123-5.0MP1RP6 2009-03-30

 Fixes the following incidents:
1275028, 1451436, 1501595, 1587888, 1849485, 1874059, 1876291, 1885021, 1902781, 1921587, 1924619, 1927987, 1937832, 1938036, 1938076, 1938088, 1938114, 1938117, 1944180, 1944259, 1946104, 1946105, 1946107, 1946109, 1946110, 1946112, 1946114, 1946116, 1946117, 1946118, 1957355, 1957358, 1969589

 Patch ID:

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Date: 2010-03-23
OS Version: 11.23
Etrack Incidents: 1927987, 1944259, 1451436, 1957355, 1937832, 1938088, 1938117, 1938114, 1938036, 1938076, 1275028, 1849485, 1969589, 1944180, 1946107, 1957358, 1874059, 1902781, 1924619, 1587888, 1876291, 1946112, 1946117, 1946110, 1946109, 1921587, 1946105, 1946116, 1885021, 1946114, 1946118, 1946104, 1501595
Errors/Problems Fixed:
1927987 (1927982) vxpfto returns error arbitrarily even though the command sets the values correctly.
1944259 (1701865) join failed due to interrupted reconfig on joiner and same reconfig completed on master
1451436 (1593032) vxfenconfig ERROR V-11- 2-1064 DMP Idle Lun Monitoring DeRegistration FAILED
1957355 (1744224) FMR3: multiple vxplex attach cmds running in parallel on a volume lead to clearing DCO map and subsequently lead to corruption
1937832 (1755466) vol_find_ilock: searching of ilock is inefficient
1938088 (1755830) kmsg: sender: the logic for resend of messages needs to be optimized
1938117 (1755810) kmsg: sender thread is woken up unnecessarily during flowcontrol
1938114 (1755788) for a broadcast message, sender thread may end up sending the same message multiple times (not resend)
1938036 (1755519) kmsg layer: receiver side flowcontrol is not supported
1938076 (1755628) kmsg layer: with heavy messaging in the cluster the receiver thread slows down processing
1275028 (927444)  Makefile.kernel file needs dcoinc.h header file
1849485 (1677416) Node is not joining back into the cluster
1969589 (1969526) panic in voldiodone when a hung priv region I/O comes back
1944180 (1819777) panic caused because of voldisk getting deleted in kernel when I/Os are active, due to duplicate da rid.
1946107 (1435470) Cluster nodes panicked in voldco_or_pvmbuf_to_pvmbuf code after installing 5.0MP3
1957358 (1729558) multiple vxplex attach cmds running in parallel on a volume lead to clearing DCO map and subsequently lead to corruption in FMR2
1874059 (1435681) vxesd looping, using ~100% of one CPU.
1902781 (1228526) Running vxdg flush on a slave node in a cvm cluster disables the disk group
1924619 (1532363) vxdisk 'updateudid' is corrupting diskid. Import of diskgroup fails.
1587888 (1587885) vxdiskunsetup fails with error "awk: Input line cannot be longer than 3, 000 bytes"
1876291 (913890)  EMC ASL ( with PowerPath co- existence is unable to skip LUNZ disks (CLARiiON) and PP co-existence broken on HP
1946112 (1471581) vxconfigd may hang when checking for ecopy functionality on array (ASL)
1946117 (1742702) vxvmconvert fails, probably due to wrong disk capacity calculation
1946110 (147037)  vxconfigd cores at start up
1946109 (1463547) Persistent vxconfigd core dump on dynamic LUN reconfiguration.
1921587 (1907796) Corrupted Blocks in Oracle after Dynamic LUN expansion and vxconfigd core dump
1946105 (1421078) Manpage for vxdg(1M) needs to cover last shared dg disk detach scenario better
1946116 (1059720) Switching to EBN does not imediately show EFI disks correctly
1885021 (839077)  vxresize fails on filesystems greater than 2TB
1946114 (1676061) System panic'd after 2 out of 4 paths to disk were removed.
1946118 (1192166) vxdg -n [newdg] deport [origdg] causes a sort of memory leak
1946104 (1203661) vxclustadm man page needs mcsg instead of hpsg, redundant ifdefs
1501595 (1650955) 'vxdctl enable' caused node panic after one path unmasked/unpresented on array
Fixes Applied for Products:
Volume Manager

Install And Uninstall Instructions:
1. Remove all  the UnOfficial patches before installing patch.
2. Install these patches using:

	$ swinstall -x autoreboot=true -s <patch location> PHCO_40806 PHKL_40807 

3. Please do swverify after installing the patches in order to make sure
      that the patches are installed correctly using:

	$ swverify PHCO_40806 PHKL_40807

 4. Uninstall the patches using:

	$ swremove -x autoreboot=true PHCO_40806 PHKL_40807

Additional Notes:
1. The Patches PHCO_40806 & PHKL_40807 can be installed only on a system with 5.0  Base-VxVM installed
2. The Patch PHCO_40806 has a dependency on the 5.0 MP2 vmpro Patch PHCO_38831

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