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Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide
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Changing Solaris Volume Manager Default Values

With the Solaris 10 release, Solaris Volume Manager has been enhanced to configure volumes dynamically. You no longer need to edit the nmd and the md_nsets parameters in the /kernel/drv/md.conf file. New volumes are dynamically created, as needed.

The maximum Solaris Volume Manager configuration values remain unchanged:

  • The maximum number of volumes that is supported is 8192.

  • The maximum number of disk sets supported is 32.

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