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Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide
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Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap—Administration



For Instructions

Graphically administer your volume management configuration

Use the Solaris Management Console graphical user interface (GUI) to administer your volume management configuration.

Online help from within Solaris Volume Manager (Enhanced Storage) node of the Solaris Management Console application

Graphically administer slices and file systems

Use the Solaris Management Console GUI to administer your disks and file systems, performing such tasks as partitioning disks and constructing UFS file systems.

Online help from within the Solaris Management Console application

Optimize Solaris Volume Manager

Solaris Volume Manager performance is dependent on a well-designed configuration. Once created, the configuration needs monitoring and tuning.

Solaris Volume Manager Configuration Guidelines

Working With Configuration Files

Plan for future expansion

Because file systems tend to run out of space, you can plan for future growth by putting a file system into a concatenation.

Creating RAID-0 (Concatenation) Volumes

Expanding Storage Capacity

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