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Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide
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N

named disk set, Introduction to Disk Sets

O

Oracle Real Application Clusters, Introduction to Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster

P

parallel access, definition of, RAID-0 (Stripe) Volume
parallel write policy, RAID-1 Volume Read-and-Write Policies
pass number
and read-only mirror, Optimized Resynchronization
defined, Pass Number
prtconf command, viewing device IDs, Device ID Discrepancies After Upgrading to the Solaris 10 Release

R

RAID, levels supported in Solaris Volume Manager, RAID Levels
RAID-0 (stripe) Volume, example with three slices, RAID-0 (Stripe) Volume
RAID-0+1, Providing RAID-1+0 and RAID-0+1
RAID-0 volume
definition, Overview of RAID-0 Volumes
usage, Overview of RAID-0 Volumes
RAID-1+0, Providing RAID-1+0 and RAID-0+1
RAID-1 Volume, Overview of RAID-1 (Mirror) Volumes
booting into single-user mode, The Affect of Booting Into Single-User Mode on RAID-1 Volumes
RAID-1 volume
creating, Creating a RAID-1 Volume
information for replacing and enabling components, Background Information for Replacing and Enabling Components in RAID-1 and RAID-5 Volumes
maintenance vs. last erred, Maintenance and Last Erred States
RAID-1 Volume
mirror, Overview of RAID-1 (Mirror) Volumes
options, About RAID-1 Volume Options
pass number, Pass Number
RAID-0+1, Providing RAID-1+0 and RAID-0+1
RAID-1+0, Providing RAID-1+0 and RAID-0+1
read-and-write policies, RAID-1 Volume Read-and-Write Policies
RAID-1 volume
replacing and enabling components, Overview of Replacing and Enabling Components in RAID-1 and RAID-5 Volumes
RAID-1 Volume
submirror
Overview of RAID-1 (Mirror) Volumes
Overview of Submirrors
RAID-5 volume
and interlace, Requirements for RAID-5 Volumes
checking status of, How to Check the Status of a RAID-5 Volume
creating, Creating RAID-5 Volumes
definition
RAID Levels
Classes of Volumes
enabling a component, How to Enable a Component in a RAID-5 Volume
enabling a failed slice, How to Enable a Component in a RAID-5 Volume
example with an expanded device, Example—Concatenated (Expanded) RAID-5 Volume
example with four disks, Example—RAID-5 Volume
expanding
How to Expand a RAID-5 Volume
How to Expand a RAID-5 Volume
guidelines, Guidelines for RAID-5 Volumes
information for replacing and enabling components, Background Information for Replacing and Enabling Components in RAID-1 and RAID-5 Volumes
maintenance vs. last erred, Maintenance and Last Erred States
overview, Overview of RAID-5 Volumes
parity calculations, Guidelines for RAID-5 Volumes
parity information
Overview of RAID-5 Volumes
Example—Concatenated (Expanded) RAID-5 Volume
replacing a component, How to Replace a Component in a RAID-5 Volume
replacing a failed slice, How to Replace a Component in a RAID-5 Volume
replacing and enabling components
Overview of Replacing and Enabling Slices in RAID-5 Volumes
Overview of Replacing and Enabling Components in RAID-1 and RAID-5 Volumes
requirements for, Background Information for Creating RAID-5 Volumes
resynchronizing slices, Overview of RAID-5 Volumes
slice states, Overview of Checking Status of RAID-5 Volumes
states, Overview of Checking Status of RAID-5 Volumes
tasks, RAID-5 Volumes (Task Map)
RAID–0 (concatenated stripe) volume
example with three stripes, Example—RAID-0 (Concatenated Stripe) Volume
interlace value for, RAID-0 (Concatenated Stripe) Volume
RAID–0 (concatenation) volume, information for creating, Background Information for Creating RAID-0 Volumes
RAID–0 (stripe) volume, RAID-0 (Stripe) Volume
information for creating, Background Information for Creating RAID-0 Volumes
RAID–0 volume
guidelines, RAID-0 Volume Guidelines
types of, Overview of RAID-0 Volumes
random I/O, Random I/O and Sequential I/O Optimization
releasing a disk set
Releasing a Disk Set
How to Release a Disk Set
renaming volumes, Background Information for Renaming Volumes
repartitioning a disk, Automatic Disk Partitioning
replica, State Database and State Database Replicas
reserving a disk set, Reserving a Disk Set
resynchronization
canceling, How to Cancel a Volume Resynchronization Process
full, Full Resynchronization
optimized, Optimized Resynchronization
partial, Partial Resynchronization
resuming, How to Resume a Volume Resynchronization Process
round-robin read policy, RAID-1 Volume Read-and-Write Policies

S

SCSI disk
replacing
Replacing Disks
How to Replace a Failed Disk
Recovering From Disk Movement Problems
sequential I/O, Sequential Access I/O
serial write policy, RAID-1 Volume Read-and-Write Policies
Service Management Facility (SMF), See SMF
shared disk set, Introduction to Disk Sets
simple volume, definition, Classes of Volumes
slices, expanding, How to Expand Storage Capacity for Existing Data
small servers, overview of deploying, Deploying Small Servers
SMF
Solaris Volume Manager services, Upgrading to Solaris Volume Manager
upgrading Solaris Volume Manager and, Upgrading to Solaris Volume Manager
soft partition
creating, How to Create a Soft Partition
deleting, How to Remove a Soft Partition
recovering configuration for, How to Recover Configuration Data for a Soft Partition
removing, How to Remove a Soft Partition
soft partitions, Overview of Soft Partitions
checking status of, Maintaining Soft Partitions
definition, Overview of Soft Partitions
expanding, How to Expand a Soft Partition
guidelines, Configuration Guidelines for Soft Partitions
locations, Overview of Soft Partitions
maintaining, Maintaining Soft Partitions
tasks, Soft Partitions (Task Map)
Solaris Volume Manager
See Solaris Volume Manager
configuration guidelines, General Guidelines
networked storage devices and, Using Solaris Volume Manager With Networked Storage Devices
Oracle Real Applications Clusters and, Introduction to Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster
recovering the configuration, How to Initialize Solaris Volume Manager From a Configuration File
Sun Cluster and, Introduction to Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster
Solaris Volume Manager elements, overview, Overview of Solaris Volume Manager Components
Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster
application based recovery, RAID–1 (Mirror) Volumes in Multi-Owner Disk Sets
configuration, Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster Configuration
data management and recovery, RAID–1 (Mirror) Volumes in Multi-Owner Disk Sets
directed mirror reads, RAID–1 (Mirror) Volumes in Multi-Owner Disk Sets
optimized resynchronization, RAID–1 (Mirror) Volumes in Multi-Owner Disk Sets
software components, Prerequisite: Required Software Components for Multi-Owner Disk Set Functionality
timeouts, Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster Configuration
Solaris Volume Manager interfaces
command line, How to Administer Solaris Volume Manager
sample GUI, How to Administer Solaris Volume Manager
Solaris Management Console, How to Administer Solaris Volume Manager
state database
conceptual overview
State Database and State Database Replicas
About the Solaris Volume Manager State Database and Replicas
corrupt, About the Solaris Volume Manager State Database and Replicas
definition
Overview of Solaris Volume Manager Components
State Database and State Database Replicas
state database replica
criteria for disk set, Automatic Disk Partitioning
size of, Automatic Disk Partitioning
state database replicas, State Database and State Database Replicas
adding larger replicas, How to Delete State Database Replicas
basic operation, About the Solaris Volume Manager State Database and Replicas
creating multiple on a single slice, Administering State Database Replicas
definition, State Database and State Database Replicas
errors, Handling State Database Replica Errors
location
State Database and State Database Replicas
Administering State Database Replicas
Administering State Database Replicas
minimum number
Administering State Database Replicas
Administering State Database Replicas
two-disk configuration, Handling State Database Replica Errors
usage, About the Solaris Volume Manager State Database and Replicas
status, How to Check the Status of a Disk Set
stripe
creating, How to Create a RAID-0 (Stripe) Volume
definition
See also RAID–0 (stripe) volume
expanding, How to Expand an Existing RAID-0 Volume
removing, How to Remove a RAID-0 Volume
stripe volume, See RAID–0 (stripe) volume
striping, definition, RAID-0 (Stripe) Volume
submirror, Overview of Submirrors
See RAID-1 Volume
attaching, Overview of Submirrors
detaching, Overview of Submirrors
enabling a failed slice, How to Enable a Slice in a Submirror
operation while offline, Overview of Submirrors
replacing a failed slice, How to Replace a Slice in a Submirror
replacing entire, How to Replace a Submirror
Sun Cluster, Introduction to Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster
svc-mdmonitor script, Configuring the mdmonitord Command for Periodic Error Checking
swap, unmirroring, How to Unmirror a File System That Cannot Be Unmounted
system files, System Files and Startup Files
system recovery from install program, Performing System Recovery
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