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This is part of my filesystem structure : Filesystem size used avail capacity Mounted on /dev/md/dsk/d0 47G 5.2G 42G 12% / /devices 0K 0K 0K 0% /devices ctfs 0K 0K 0K I would like to use asnapshot error: File system could not be write lockedAre you running ntp/xntp? I assumed that Icould mount / with logging with no problems and I never even thoughtthat there could be a problem with taking a snap shot.If I can't take a snap Ufsdump not working Root File System Backup on Sun M5000 Server Lucreate Fails to Create Boot Environment; Unable to Load Man Pages Flar Image Is Created with 18 GB while Source have a peek here

I would like to use a> snapshot for backup, but when I try to do that I get the error:> snapshot error: File system could not be write lockedAre you running I don't see anyreason it couldn't run in /tmp or /var/run, unless you wanted toretain any core files that might be generated. Exclusive Unix file system file write locks and Oracle and Veritas 8. I would like to use asnapshot error: File system could not be write lockedAre you running ntp/xntp? http://www.unix.com/solaris/119223-fssnap-error-snapshot-error-file-system-could-not-write-locked.html

UnixGuy replied Sep 15, 2009 Hello sir,      Please check whether NTP Daemon is running on the server.  If its try stopping and take snapshot and revert back regards., sriram chandru Yes, we are running ntp. You're now being signed in.

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  5. I seetwo possible workarounds.#1 Have it run in a non-RT class.
  6. I will have to think about the bestthing to do, but at least I can make it work now.Post by Darren Dunham--Senior Technical Consultant TAOS http://www.taos.com/Got some Dr Pepper?

San Francisco, CA bay area< This line left intentionally blank to confuse you. >--Tom Schulz***@adi.com Dragan Cvetkovic 2005-10-18 20:46:54 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Thomas SchulzYes, we are running ntp. By default that program runs in the realtime >processing class, and has a current directory in the root filesystem. >You can't write lock the filesystem while that's true. I will try killing that and see what happens.I am thinking that it might be better to repartition the disk rather thanto take ntp down and up for every backup.Post by I will try killing that and see what happens.I am thinking that it might be better to repartition the disk rather thanto take ntp down and up for every backup.Why?

How do I get cdrom30.fs to CD? 3. Late last week I had toreplace the disk as the old one was going bad. Late last week I had toreplace the disk as the old one was going bad. http://unix.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/solaris-l/fssnap-message-error-snapshot-error-file-system-could-not-be-write-locked-2994051 I would like to use a >> snapshot for backup, but when I try to do that I get the error: >> snapshot error: File system could not be write locked

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just occured to me 7. http://comp.unix.solaris.narkive.com/aEvtGaV5/snapshot-error-file-system-could-not-be-write-locked Up until the end of last week, the system disk was partitioned into seperate /, /var, /usr, /opt & /export partitions. Yes, we are running ntp. Solve problems - It's Free Create your account in seconds E-mail address is taken If this is your account,sign in here Email address Username Between 5 and 30 characters.

By default that program runs in the realtimeprocessing class, and has a current directory in the root filesystem.You can't write lock the filesystem while that's true.--Darren Dunham ***@taos.comSenior Technical Consultant TAOS http://whistlemedia.net/snapshot-error/snapshot-error-fix.html San Francisco, CA bay area > < This line left intentionally blank to confuse you. > -- Tom Schulz [emailprotected] [Morewiththissubject...] snapshot error: File system could not be fssnap gives error 22 on Solaris 8 system 13. I assumed that Icould mount / with logging with no problems and I never even thoughtthat there could be a problem with taking a snap shot.If I can't take a snap

By default that program runs in the realtimeprocessing class, and has a current directory in the root filesystem.You can't write lock the filesystem while that's true.>> Yes, we are running ntp. Home | Invite Peers | More UNIX Groups Your account is ready. UNIX & Linux Forums > Operating Systems > Solaris Member Name Remember Me? Check This Out I would like to use a snapshot for backup, but when I try to do that I get the error: snapshot error: File system could not be write locked A little

Brouwer!!! I would like to use a snapshot for backup, but when I try to do that I get the error: snapshot error: File system could not be write locked A little On the new disk Ijust put everything into one large file system.

I'm not certain howbest to achieve that, but I saw a post that suggested someone hadgood luck using chroot.Thanks for the ideas and information.

I am thinking that it might be better to repartition the disk rather than to take ntp down and up for every backup. > >-- >Darren Dunham [email protected] >Senior Technical Consultant San Francisco, CA bay area< This line left intentionally blank to confuse you. > Thomas Schulz 2005-10-19 13:59:21 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Post by Darren DunhamPost by Dragan CvetkovicPost by Thomas SchulzYes, The time now is 04:06 PM. - Contact Us - UNIX & Linux - unix commands, linux commands, linux server, linux ubuntu, shell script, linux distros. - Advertising - Top No need to repartition.But that's not kind to ntp, which wants to keep running to remainstable.The only problem here is that it's working directory is in root.

No need to repartition.But that's not kind to ntp, which wants to keep running to remainstable.That is what I was thinking, but perhaps stopping and starting it in themiddle of the No need to repartition.Bye, Dragan--Dragan Cvetkovic,To be or not to be is true. Simply create a script that stops xntpd, creates a snapshot, starts> xntpd and perform backup. this contact form Very Computer Board index Solaris fssnap - snapshot error: File system could not be write locked fssnap - snapshot error: File system could not be write locked by Alvis Harding Jr

Strange IDE CDROM problem... 5. If I can't take a snap shot, I expect that I may redo the disk with seperate partitions, at least seperate /var and /export. -- Tom Schulz 2. Gadea L. asked Sep 14, 2009 | Replies (1) Hey guys i am trying to do a fssnap command on my / filesystem.

G. Simply create a script that stops xntpd, creates a snapshot, startsxntpd and perform backup.