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Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide
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Index

A

adding a host to a disk set, How to Add Another Host to a Disk Set
adding disks to a disk set, How to Add Disks to a Disk Set
adding hot spares, How to Add Additional Slices to a Hot Spare Pool
administering disk sets, Solaris Volume Manager Disk Set Administration
application based recovery, RAID–1 (Mirror) Volumes in Multi-Owner Disk Sets
automatic disk partitioning, Automatic Disk Partitioning
autotake disk set, Introduction to Disk Sets

B

C

changing default values, Changing Solaris Volume Manager Default Values
checking status of a disk set, How to Check the Status of a Disk Set
component, definition of, Overview of RAID-0 Volumes
concatenated stripe
See RAID–0 (concatenated stripe volume
definition
See also RAID–0 (concatenated stripe) volume
removing, How to Remove a RAID-0 Volume
concatenation
creating, How to Create a RAID-0 (Concatenation) Volume
definition
See also RAID–0 (concatenation) volume
example with three slices, Scenario—RAID-0 (Concatenation) Volume
expanding, How to Expand an Existing RAID-0 Volume
expanding UFS file system, RAID-0 (Concatenation) Volume
removing, How to Remove a RAID-0 Volume
usage, RAID-0 (Concatenation) Volume
concatenation volume, See RAID–0 (concatenation) volume
configuration, viewing, Viewing the Solaris Volume Manager Configuration
configuration file, creating, Working With Configuration Files
configuration planning
guidelines, Configuration Planning Guidelines
overview, Configuration Planning Guidelines
trade-offs, General Performance Guidelines
creating a disk set, How to Create a Disk Set
creating components in a disk set, How to Create Solaris Volume Manager Components in a Disk Set
creating configuration files, Working With Configuration Files
cron command, How to Automate Checking for Errors in Volumes

D

deleting a disk set, How to Delete a Host or Disk Set
deleting a host from a disk set, How to Delete a Host or Disk Set
deleting disks from a disk set, How to Delete Disks From a Disk Set
device ID, formats of, Device ID Discrepancies After Upgrading to the Solaris 10 Release
directed mirror reads, RAID–1 (Mirror) Volumes in Multi-Owner Disk Sets
disk set, Introduction to Disk Sets
adding disks to, How to Add Disks to a Disk Set
adding host to, How to Add Another Host to a Disk Set
administering, Solaris Volume Manager Disk Set Administration
asynchronous shared storage, Asynchronous Shared Storage in Disk Sets
automatic disk partitioning, Automatic Disk Partitioning
autotake, Introduction to Disk Sets
checking status, How to Check the Status of a Disk Set
creating, How to Create a Disk Set
creating components, How to Create Solaris Volume Manager Components in a Disk Set
definition
Overview of Solaris Volume Manager Components
Disk Sets
deleting a disk set, How to Delete a Host or Disk Set
deleting a host from a disk set, How to Delete a Host or Disk Set
deleting disks, How to Delete Disks From a Disk Set
example with two shared disk sets, Example—Two Shared Disk Sets
guidelines, Guidelines for Working With Disk Sets
importing, Importing a Disk Set
local, Introduction to Disk Sets
multi-owner, Introduction to Disk Sets
See multi-owner disk set
named, Introduction to Disk Sets
naming conventions, Disk Set Name Requirements
releasing
Releasing a Disk Set
How to Release a Disk Set
reserving
Reserving a Disk Set
How to Take a Disk Set
scenario, Scenario—Disk Sets
shared, Introduction to Disk Sets
taking, How to Take a Disk Set
usage, Introduction to Disk Sets
disk sets
importing, Importing Disk Sets
maximum number supported, Changing Solaris Volume Manager Default Values
DiskSuite Tool, See graphical interface

E

enabling a slice in a RAID-5 volume, How to Enable a Component in a RAID-5 Volume
enabling a slice in a submirror, How to Enable a Slice in a Submirror
Enhanced Storage, See graphical interface
error checking, Configuring the mdmonitord Command for Periodic Error Checking
errors, checking for using a script, Monitoring Solaris Volume Manager With a cron Job
/etc/lvm/md.cf file, System Files and Startup Files
/etc/lvm/mddb.cf file, System Files and Startup Files
/etc/rc2.d/S95lvm.sync file, System Files and Startup Files
/etc/rcS.d/S35lvm.init file, System Files and Startup Files
/etc/vfstab file, How to Unmirror a File System
recovering from improper entries, How to Recover From Improper /etc/vfstab Entries
exchanging volume names, Exchanging Volume Names

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