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Table of Contents

  1. Document Information

  2. Preface

  3. Who Should Use This Book

  4. How This Book Is Organized

  5. Related Books

  6. Documentation, Support, and Training

  7. Typographic Conventions

  8. Shell Prompts in Command Examples

  9. Getting Started With Solaris Volume Manager

  10. Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap—What's New

  11. Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap—Storage Capacity

  12. Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap—Availability

  13. Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap—I/O Performance

  14. Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap—Administration

  15. Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap—Troubleshooting

  16. Storage Management Concepts

  17. Introduction to Storage Management

  18. Configuration Planning Guidelines

  19. General Performance Guidelines

  20. Random I/O and Sequential I/O Optimization

  21. Solaris Volume Manager Overview

  22. What's New in Solaris Volume Manager

  23. Introduction to Solaris Volume Manager

  24. How to Administer Solaris Volume Manager

  25. Solaris Volume Manager Requirements

  26. Overview of Solaris Volume Manager Components

  27. Solaris Volume Manager Configuration Guidelines

  28. Overview of Creating Solaris Volume Manager Components

  29. Overview of Multi-Terabyte Support in Solaris Volume Manager

  30. Upgrading to Solaris Volume Manager

  31. Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster (Overview)

  32. Introduction to Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster

  33. Multi-Owner Disk Set Concepts

  34. Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster Configuration

  35. RAID–1 (Mirror) Volumes in Multi-Owner Disk Sets

  36. Configuring and Using Solaris Volume Manager (Scenario)

  37. Scenario Background Information

  38. Final Solaris Volume Manager Configuration

  39. State Database (Overview)

  40. About the Solaris Volume Manager State Database and Replicas

  41. Understanding the Majority Consensus Algorithm

  42. Administering State Database Replicas

  43. Handling State Database Replica Errors

  44. Scenario—State Database Replicas

  45. State Database (Tasks)

  46. State Database Replicas (Task Map)

  47. Creating State Database Replicas

  48. Maintaining State Database Replicas

  49. RAID-0 (Stripe and Concatenation) Volumes (Overview)

  50. Overview of RAID-0 Volumes

  51. Background Information for Creating RAID-0 Volumes

  52. Scenario—RAID-0 Volumes

  53. RAID-0 (Stripe and Concatenation) Volumes (Tasks)

  54. RAID-0 Volumes (Task Map)

  55. Creating RAID-0 (Stripe) Volumes

  56. Creating RAID-0 (Concatenation) Volumes

  57. Expanding Storage Capacity

  58. Removing a RAID-0 Volume

  59. RAID-1 (Mirror) Volumes (Overview)

  60. Overview of RAID-1 (Mirror) Volumes

  61. RAID-1 Volume (Mirror) Resynchronization

  62. Creating and Maintaining RAID-1 Volumes

  63. The Affect of Booting Into Single-User Mode on RAID-1 Volumes

  64. Scenario—RAID-1 Volumes (Mirrors)

  65. RAID-1 (Mirror) Volumes (Tasks)

  66. RAID-1 Volumes (Task Map)

  67. Creating a RAID-1 Volume

  68. Working With Submirrors

  69. Maintaining RAID-1 Volumes

  70. Responding to RAID-1 Volume Component Failures

  71. Removing RAID-1 Volumes (Unmirroring)

  72. Backing Up Data on a RAID-1 Volume

  73. Soft Partitions (Overview)

  74. Overview of Soft Partitions

  75. Configuration Guidelines for Soft Partitions

  76. Scenario—Soft Partitions

  77. Soft Partitions (Tasks)

  78. Soft Partitions (Task Map)

  79. Creating Soft Partitions

  80. Maintaining Soft Partitions

  81. RAID-5 Volumes (Overview)

  82. Overview of RAID-5 Volumes

  83. Background Information for Creating RAID-5 Volumes

  84. Overview of Checking Status of RAID-5 Volumes

  85. Overview of Replacing and Enabling Slices in RAID-5 Volumes

  86. Scenario—RAID-5 Volumes

  87. RAID-5 Volumes (Tasks)

  88. RAID-5 Volumes (Task Map)

  89. Creating RAID-5 Volumes

  90. Maintaining RAID-5 Volumes

  91. Hot Spare Pools (Overview)

  92. Overview of Hot Spares and Hot Spare Pools

  93. Scenario—Hot Spares

  94. Hot Spare Pools (Tasks)

  95. Hot Spare Pools (Task Map)

  96. Creating a Hot Spare Pool

  97. Associating a Hot Spare Pool With Volumes

  98. Maintaining Hot Spare Pools

  99. Disk Sets (Overview)

  100. What's New in Disk Sets

  101. Introduction to Disk Sets

  102. Types of Disk Sets

  103. Solaris Volume Manager Disk Set Administration

  104. Guidelines for Working With Disk Sets

  105. Asynchronous Shared Storage in Disk Sets

  106. Scenario—Disk Sets

  107. Disk Sets (Tasks)

  108. Disk Sets (Task Map)

  109. Creating Disk Sets

  110. Expanding Disk Sets

  111. Maintaining Disk Sets

  112. Importing Disk Sets

  113. Maintaining Solaris Volume Manager (Tasks)

  114. Solaris Volume Manager Maintenance (Task Map)

  115. Viewing the Solaris Volume Manager Configuration

  116. Renaming Volumes

  117. Working With Configuration Files

  118. Changing Solaris Volume Manager Default Values

  119. Expanding a File System Using the growfs Command

  120. Overview of Replacing and Enabling Components in RAID-1 and RAID-5 Volumes

  121. Best Practices for Solaris Volume Manager

  122. Deploying Small Servers

  123. Using Solaris Volume Manager With Networked Storage Devices

  124. Top-Down Volume Creation (Overview)

  125. Overview of Top-Down Volume Creation

  126. Top-Down Volume Creation Implementation With Disk Sets

  127. Top-Down Volume Creation Processes

  128. Determining Which Disks Are Available for Top-Down Volume Creation

  129. Top-Down Volume Creation (Tasks)

  130. Top-Down Volume Creation (Task Map)

  131. Prerequisites for Top-Down Volume Creation

  132. Creating Volumes Automatically

  133. Working With File-Based Data Using the metassist Command

  134. Changing the Default Behavior of the metassist Command

  135. Monitoring and Error Reporting (Tasks)

  136. Solaris Volume Manager Monitoring and Reporting (Task Map)

  137. Configuring the mdmonitord Command for Periodic Error Checking

  138. Solaris Volume Manager SNMP Agents Overview

  139. Configuring the Solaris Volume Manager SNMP Agents

  140. Limitations of the Solaris Volume Manager SNMP Agent

  141. Monitoring Solaris Volume Manager With a cron Job

  142. Troubleshooting Solaris Volume Manager (Tasks)

  143. Troubleshooting Solaris Volume Manager (Task Map)

  144. Overview of Troubleshooting the System

  145. Replacing Disks

  146. Recovering From Disk Movement Problems

  147. Device ID Discrepancies After Upgrading to the Solaris 10 Release

  148. Recovering From Boot Problems

  149. Recovering From State Database Replica Failures

  150. Recovering From Soft Partition Problems

  151. Recovering Storage From a Different System

  152. Recovering From Disk Set Problems

  153. Performing Mounted Filesystem Backups Using the ufsdump Command

  154. Performing System Recovery

  155. Important Solaris Volume Manager Files

  156. System Files and Startup Files

  157. Manually Configured Files

  158. Solaris Volume Manager Quick Reference

  159. Command-Line Reference

  160. Solaris Volume Manager CIM/WBEM API

  161. Managing Solaris Volume Manager

  162. Index

  163. Index

  164. Index

  165. Index

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