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Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide
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Solaris Volume Manager Maintenance (Task Map)

The following task map identifies the procedures that are needed to maintain Solaris Volume Manager.

Task

Description

For Instructions

View the Solaris Volume Manager configuration

Use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI or the metastat command to view the system configuration.

How to View the Solaris Volume Manager Volume Configuration

Rename a volume

Use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI or the metarename command to rename a volume.

How to Rename a Volume

Create configuration files

Use the metastat -p command and the metadb command to create configuration files.

How to Create Configuration Files

Initialize Solaris Volume Manager from configuration files

Use the metainit command to initialize Solaris Volume Manager from configuration files.

How to Initialize Solaris Volume Manager From a Configuration File

Expand a file system

Use the growfs command to expand a file system.

How to Expand a File System

Enable components

Use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI or the metareplace command to enable components.

Enabling a Component

Replace components

Use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI or the metareplace command to replace components.

Replacing a Component With Another Available Component

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