What makes no sense to you?
If your concerned about performance, it is often recommended to evenly
distributed your paging across several disk. This mean creating seperate
equal sized paging spaces on each disk.
Also, run "lslv -m hd6". If each PP is not sequential, then the paging space
is fragmented, and thus the error message.
You might want to check out the AIX Performance and Tuning guide if you
want further suggestions.
>I have setup PDT on my AIX box and the results I get concerning swap are
>confusing. Here are the results:
>------------------------ Alerts ---------------------
> I/O CONFIGURATION
> - Note: volume hdisk3 has 3888 MB available for allocation
> while volume hdisk2 has 0 MB available
> PAGING CONFIGURATION
> - Physical Volume hdisk1 (type: SCSI) has no paging space defined
> - All paging spaces have been defined on one Physical volume (hdisk1)
> - Paging space hd6 on volume group rootvg is fragmented
>Note the PAGING sub-section, it doesn't make any sense to me. Should I look
>into the possiblity of a bug within the scripts?
>The server is an H50 running AIX 18.104.22.168 with all the latest fixes.