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Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide
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Disk Sets (Task Map)

The following task map identifies the procedures that are needed to manage Solaris Volume Manager disk sets and Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster multi-owner disk sets. All commands work for both types of disk sets except where noted. The Solaris Volume Manager GUI is not available for tasks associated with multi-owner disk sets.

Task

Description

For Instructions

Create a disk set

Use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI or the metaset command to create a disk set.

Use the metaset -Mcommand to create a multi-owner disk set.

How to Create a Disk Set

Add disks to a disk set

Use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI or the metaset command to add disks to a disk set.

How to Add Disks to a Disk Set

Add a host to a disk set

Use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI or the metaset command to add a host to a disk set.

How to Add Another Host to a Disk Set

Create Solaris Volume Manager volumes in a disk set

Use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI or the metainit command to create volumes in a disk set.

How to Create Solaris Volume Manager Components in a Disk Set

Check the status of a disk set

Use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI, or use the metaset command to check the status of a disk set.

How to Check the Status of a Disk Set

Remove disks from a disk set

Use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI or the metaset command to remove disks from a disk set.

How to Delete Disks From a Disk Set

Take a disk set

Use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI or the metaset command to take a disk set.

How to Take a Disk Set

Release a disk set

Use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI or the metaset command to release a disk set.

How to Release a Disk Set

Delete a host from a disk set

Use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI or the metaset command to delete hosts from a disk set.

How to Delete a Host or Disk Set

Delete a disk set

Use the Solaris Volume Manager GUI or the metaset command to delete the last host from a disk set, thus deleting the disk set.

How to Delete a Host or Disk Set

Import a disk set

Use the metaimport command to run reports on disk sets to determine which disk sets can be imported and to import disk sets from one system to another.

Importing Disk Sets

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