My current filesystem is
8.0G 7.8G 231M 98% /usr/sap/EP4
I run the vxassis and I get
bash-3.00# vxassist -g localdisk_dg maxsize
Maximum volume size: 135606272 (66214Mb)
When I run vxresize, I get this message
bash-3.00# /etc/vx/bin/vxresize -g localdisk_dg vusr_sap-EP4 +1g
UX:vxfs fsadm: ERROR: V-3-20340: attempt to resize /dev/vx/rdsk/localdisk_dg/vusr_sap-EP4 failed with errno 16
VxVM vxresize ERROR V-5-1-7514 Problem running fsadm command for volume vusr_sap-EP4, in diskgroup localdisk_dg
Please help and thanks for looking into this.
to resize a file system, there must be some free space inside original file systems. In your case, it is already 98% full and only with 231M full, probably that is the cause of your problem.
Symantec suggests 95% or lower usage before you can try the resize.
Try the following approach
1. /opt/VRTS/bin/df -k to double check the file system (better than /usr/sbin/df in Veritas world)
2. "fsadm -e -d /usr/sap/EP4" to defragement the file systems
3. try vxresize again, if no luck, try to free up the space under /usr/sap/EP4, delete whatever you don't need and make it under 95% full.
Tell us your outcome.