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Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide
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Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap—I/O Performance



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Tune RAID-1 volume readanwrite policies

Specify the read and write policies for a RAID-1 volume to improve I/O performance for a given configuration.

RAID-1 Volume Read-and-Write Policies

How to Change RAID-1 Volume Options

Optimize device performance

Create RAID-0 (stripe) volumes to optimize I/O performance of devices that make up the stripe. The interlace value can be optimized for random or sequential access.

Creating RAID-0 (Stripe) Volumes

Maintain device performance within a RAID-0 (stripe)

Expand a stripe or concatenation that has run out of space by concatenating a new component to it. A concatenation of stripes is better for I/O performance than a concatenation of slices.

Expanding Storage Capacity

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