Cannot Mount Device Not Ready Operation
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thsnks shivs. 0 Comment Question by:sivakumar_experts Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/26246086/Mount-issue-with-DVD-ROM.htmlcopy LVL 68 Active today Best Solution bywoolmilkporc Hi again sivaji, some considerations - 1) In your post cd0 shows "Available". Login. PS: I'am also new to usenet, if you do reply, a CC to my email adress would be very much appreciated. Once done this, you can simply issue "mount /cdrom" (given the device is attached) and all is OK. http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=47935
Pls Suggest. 0 LVL 68 Overall: Level 68 Unix OS 53 Message Active today Assisted Solution by:woolmilkporc2010-06-09 woolmilkporc earned 250 total points Comment Utility Permalink(# a32949655) OK, looks better. Home | Invite Peers | More UNIX Groups Your account is ready. No spaces please The Profile Name is already in use Password Notify me of new activity in this group: Real Time Daily Never Keep me informed of the latest: White Papers Please check!
josue azede replied May 30, 2011 Parallel solution if you can not mount your cdrom try on network file system(nfs) if you have a good machine with a good cd rom We do read, analyze and work to improve our content, products and services based off the feedback we receive. Join this group Popular White Paper On This Topic Software Defined Networking for Dummies 3Replies Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes The following is an example of an unresponsive large packet ping: # ping 172.23.1.11 9000 PING 172.23.1.11: (172.23.1.11): 9000 data bytes This problem is seen in the output from the console
Bart van Dalfsen replied May 30, 2011 hi Pheakdey, Provided you're not using the CDrom device right now, and it is physically attached - or assigned by HMC - to your Issue "smitty crcdrfs". "DEVICE name" is /dev/cd0, "MOUNT POINT" should be something like "/cdrom", "Mount AUTOMATICALLY...." should be "no", of course. What is the problem? http://www.unix.com/unix-for-dummies-questions-and-answers/212775-unable-mount-cd-rom.html The directory /cdrom exists, right?
them must be a specific problem in your machine/software combination... One thing you could try is stick some media in it and try to read a few blocks with dd, but a conclusive hardware test would be to plug it into Talk With Other Members Be Notified Of ResponsesTo Your Posts Keyword Search One-Click Access To YourFavorite Forums Automated SignaturesOn Your Posts Best Of All, It's Free! Device not Ready 9.
E.g. his comment is here you need to make sure that you have the filesystem 'cdrfs' configured.To install the cdrfs filesystem if it does NOT exist, type:smitty cdrfsHave Fun!Chuck RE: problem mounting cdrom nandkumar4aix (TechnicalUser) (OP) LEARN MORE Join & Write a Comment Already a member? thanks....
ICQ 5. Start a new thread here 4221165 Related Discussions mount cdrom AIX cdrom unable to mount mount: 0506-334 /dev/cd1 is not a known file system. or with any CD you try? this contact form constant "Device not ready" messages 10.
Says the Manager to the person that invented the modem: "Tell me again why you need two prototypes?!?" RE: problem mounting cdrom ElgisRamon (MIS) 1 Feb 01 11:22 I have a I have tried running the smit hardware diagnostics and the cdrom and scsi passed. Some other questions: You're not trying to mount an audio CD, are you? 'lsdev -Cl cd0' says the drive is "Available"?
thsnks 0 LVL 68 Overall: Level 68 Unix OS 53 Message Active today Accepted Solution by:woolmilkporc2010-06-09 woolmilkporc earned 250 total points Comment Utility Permalink(# a32949302) Hi again sivaji, some considerations
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All rights reserved. Close Reply To This Thread Posting in the Tek-Tips forums is a member-only feature. When i changed the cd (which have something), it is mounted without any problem. sri nivas replied May 30, 2011 Hi, Try this lsdcv -Cc cdrom(make it available state) # mkdir /cdrmnt check services lssrc -s cdromd #mount -v cdrfs -o r /dev/cdrfs /cdrmnt Top
Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... should be like this instead:mount -v cdrfs -o ro /dev/cd0 /cdromSorry, I fat fingered that real bad!Have Fun!Chuck RE: problem mounting cdrom nandkumar4aix (TechnicalUser) (OP) 17 Jan 01 12:12 hey..