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Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide
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Chapter 1

Getting Started With Solaris Volume Manager

The Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide describes how to set up and maintain systems using Solaris Volume Manager to manage storage for high availability, flexibility, and reliability.

This chapter serves as a high-level guide to find information for certain Solaris Volume Manager tasks, such as setting up storage capacity. This chapter does not address all the tasks that you will need to use Solaris Volume Manager. Instead, this chapter provides an overview of new features and an easy way to find procedures describing common tasks associated with Solaris Volume Manager concepts.

This chapter includes the following roadmaps:

Caution - If you do not use Solaris Volume Manager correctly, you can destroy data. Solaris Volume Manager provides a powerful way to reliably manage your disks and data on them. However, you should always maintain backups of your data, particularly before you modify an active Solaris Volume Manager configuration.

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