AFTER LVM STORAGE INCREASE ON MOI APPLIANCE SOME SERVICES REMAINED UNHEALTHY

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Article ID: 140188

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Products

CA Mainframe Operational Intelligence

Issue/Introduction

Customer reported the problem as follows:

 

The LVM (Logical Data Volume) 3 (LVM3) area allocation of MOI has exhausted. The other ones had:

LVM1 (26%) and LVM2 (43%). After stopping the docker services and adding 100 GB to LVM1-LMV2-

LVM3 and restarting the docker services--and rebooting the machine--some services    (Support note:

such as oiengine_profiler-maas_1  

              smfadapter_smf-adapter_1  

              recommender_recommender_1) did not start up (remained as UNHEALTHY--as seen     in

file caae.log).

Cause

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Environment

OS :  x86_64 Linux

Release :     2.0.04

Component : MF OPERATIONAL INTELLIGENCE

Resolution

Customer reinstalled the MOI appliance and problem was resolved (all services became HEALTHY--seen in caae.log).


This was explained to customer:  The reinstall should not have been needed. You should not have to reinstall    to add 

additional storage to the MOI LVMs. Also the steps that you followed are correct:  Format the new disk drives | add the 

disk drives to each LVM | just to be clean reboot your MOI appliance. You should then have seen the new storage   in-

creases for your LVMs.