This is likely being caused by a very busy disk. When vasd writes out it calls fsync or fdatasync and if there are a lot of pending writes it can take a long time.
Inadequate free space in the zpool on ZFS file systems.
Product defect 437971 could cause this error after a join when the cross-forest-domain setting was not set correctly.
1 -Download the file attached to this article and gunzip it or decompress it with a compression tool.
2 - Look at the current size of /var/opt/quest/vas/:
du -sh /var/opt/quest/vas
3 - Modify vasd_init_linux, line 190, and if the size given is more than 35MB, set -o size=150m to 4 times the size. So if for example /var/opt6/quest/vas/ was 40MB, set -o size=160m. If it's smaller, keep the 150m.
4 - On the system, stop vasd.
5 - mv /etc/init.d/vasd /etc/init.d/vasd.orig
6 - cp ./vasd_init_linux /etc/init.d/vasd
7 - Start vasd.
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STATUS: Defect 437971 has been fixed in QAS 18.104.22.16850 and later
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