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Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide
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Command-Line Reference

Listed here are all the commands that you use to administer Solaris Volume Manager. For more detailed information, see the man pages.

Table B-1 Solaris Volume Manager Commands

Solaris Volume ManagerCommand

Description

Man page

growfs

Expands a UFS file system in a nondestructive fashion.

growfs(1M)

metaclear

Deletes active volumes and hot spare pools.

metaclear(1M)

metadb

Creates and deletes state database replicas.

metadb(1M)

metadetach

Detaches a volume from a RAID-0 or RAID-1 (mirror) volume, or a log device from a transactional volume.


Note - Transactional volumes are no longer supported.


metadetach(1M)

metadevadm

Checks device ID configuration.

metadevadm(1M)

metahs

Manages hot spares and hot spare pools.

metahs(1M)

metaimport

Import disk sets, including replicated disk sets, into existing Solaris Volume Manager configurations that have device ID support in the disk set.

metaimport(1M)

metainit

Configures volumes.

metainit(1M)

metaoffline

Places submirrors offline.

metaoffline(1M)

metaonline

Places submirrors online.

metaonline(1M)

metaparam

Modifies volume parameters.

metaparam(1M)

metarecover

Recovers configuration information for soft partitions.

metarecover(1M)

metarename

Renames and exchanges volume names.

metarename(1M)

metareplace

Replaces components in submirrors and RAID-5 volumes.

metareplace(1M)

metaroot

Sets up system files for mirroring the root (/) file system.

metaroot(1M)

metaset

Administers disk sets.

metaset(1M)

metastat

Displays the status of volumes or hot spare pools.

metastat(1M)

metasync

Resynchronizes volumes during reboot.

metasync(1M)

metattach

Attaches a component to a RAID-0 or RAID-1 volume.

metattach(1M)

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