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Edited by: Freddie Essex on 19-Mar-2013 17:02
Try to repair the diskgroup using
Alter diskgroup <dgname> check repair;
This is a problem with disk internal checksums. I better suggest to open SR with Oracle support. You need to run some disk level commands which are different for each OS. This has happened to us. I cannot give those commands here because it could very well mess your database up.
Still I refer you to check only not execute the commands in it:
ASM REACTING TO PARTITION ERRORS [ID 1062954.1]
Thanks for the suggestions.
While researching the issue, I also found the following link
You should mark this thread as answered because I beleive you should really work with Oracle support on this specific issue. You should not be using any free links provided on internet. You culd corrupt your disks totally.
Did you assign PVID for ASMDISK (LUNs) ?1 person found this helpful
If yes..this is really bad. :( ....If all is working DON'T (NEVER) restart AIX, keep all disk online until fix the problem.
Assign PVID to ASM disks