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i rec'd a stale partition notice on hdisk0 where the rootvg is located.  i believe the rootvg is mirrored on hdisk2.  how do i re-sync a mirrored partition in AIX 4.3.3? should i replace the drive? i got a message that stated that hdisk0 had some errors that must have made the stale partition error happen. i also have a drive that won't power up that i am replacing, but i think i need to address the rootvg issue first. here's some vg info from the machine.
thanks soooo much experts!!

# lspv                                                                          
hdisk0         000fa1cd5bfe0ab7    rootvg                                      
hdisk2         000fa1cd233a8dd6    rootvg                                      
hdisk3         000fa1cdcdd93a7e    medvg1                                      
hdisk4         000fa1cdad12b584    medvg1                                      
hdisk5         000fa1cdacdc1837    medvg1                                      
hdisk6         000fa1cd006028b8    medvg2                                      
hdisk7         000fa1cd006034b0    medvg2                                      
hdisk8         000fa1cd98c41ff7    medvg2                                      
hdisk9         none                None  
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