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Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide
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Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster Configuration

Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster supports the following configuration:

  • Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster supports up to 32 disk sets. These disk sets can include any combination of multi-owner disk sets, shared disk sets, and the local disk set.


    Note - For more information on different types of disk sets, see Types of Disk Sets.


  • Each multi-owner disk set supports a maximum of 8192 volumes per disk set.

  • The default size for a state database replica is 16 Mbytes. The minimum size is 16 Mbytes. The maximum size is 256 Mbytes.

Many of the extension properties for Sun Cluster Support for Oracle Real Application Clusters specify timeouts for steps in reconfiguration processes. For further information about setting timeouts, refer to Tuning Sun Cluster Support for Oracle Real Application Clusters in Sun Cluster Data Service for Oracle Real Application Clusters Guide for Solaris OS.

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