This article is designed to walk you through common VxVM problems allowing you to troubleshoot them.
This article is aimed at providing a list of basic and advanced command-line examples for Veritas Volume Manager.
Veritas Volume Replicator aides in an effective maintain a consistent copy of application data at one or more remote locations via data-replication
The use of logical volumes is similar to the use of partitions and is accomplished with the same standard commands (mkfs, mount, fsck, df, ...)
A volume group (vg) is an abstraction layer between block devices and logical volumes. The commands used to manage a volume group start with vg
A physical volume (pv) is any block device (a disk, a partition, a RAID device, an iSCSI device, etc.)
A collection of troubleshooting tps for the Veritas File System (VxFS).
When in doubt consult enotify 43212 on SunSolve for latest patches
Did you know that it is also possible without a volume manager? You just have to know some special arguments to the mkfs command.
This article is aimed a providing a list of basic commands for Veritas File System (VxFS).
This article is aimed a providing a list of basic and advanced commands and common information for Veritas Volume Manager
A rate occurrance where VxVM fails where we cannot import a diskgroup due to the Veritas configuration database become corrupt.
There are two way to change block size to get quickly synchronized disks in mirrored system
This post provides an example of how to remove VxVM from a Solaris root disk. The operating system is mirrored between the two devices.
Veritas Volume Manager (VxVM) is an implementation of disk management allowing for mirroring and raid to better manage and utilise your storage.