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I have a quick question.  I can see the volume group  when I do lsvg,  but when I do lspv  it doesn't show the necessary DG.

What may be the issue?

Here is the lspv output

hdisk26         xxxxxx                   None
hdisk27          xxxxx                   None
hdisk28         xxxxx                    None
hdisk29          xxxx                    None
hdisk30           xxxxx                  None

As you can see there is no VG name.
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What do you see with

lsvg | lsvg -pi

If you see any PVs under the respective VG(s) you should run

synclvodm -D <vgname>

for every VG <vgname> in question.
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Thanks a lot
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