The vxfsconvert utility converts a UFS file system to a Veritas File System. This utility is only available for the Solaris environment.
Veritas Volume Manager (VxVM) traditionally introduces a new disk group version with each new major release.
Initialising a non-EFI labelled disk that is greater than 1TB fails under Solaris.
When VxVM data like disk group private regions or disk headers gets corrupted we can restore them from a vxconfigbackup file using vxconfigrestore.
A simple article highligting the raid levels and arry types available for the Solaris operating system
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.
The majority of the VxVM utilities use a common set of exit codes, which allow programs to react to specific problems detected by the utilities.
Veritas Volume Replicator aides in an effective maintain a consistent copy of application data at one or more remote locations via data-replication
If you have configured a firewall, ensure that the firewall settings allow access to the services and ports used by SF and SF-HA
How to backup Veritas Volume Manager (VxVM) configuration for a disk group and use the backup to recover the disk group configuration
This FAQ should answer some of the basic questions on how failovers work on the StorEdge T3 array
Here are the steps necessary to ensure successful switch-over of a Sun Storage Array (SSA) between two Sun systems.
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 and advanced commands and common information for Veritas Volume Manager
Witihout using vxedit to change permissions VxVM device files go back to the defaults each time vxconfigd is enabled or the system rebooted.
This diagram is derived from the Veritas Volume Manager (VxVM) Performance and Tuning course notes. Additional state paths have been added.
A rate occurrance where VxVM fails where we cannot import a diskgroup due to the Veritas configuration database become corrupt.
This post provides an example of how to remove VxVM from a Solaris root disk. The operating system is mirrored between the two devices.
Sometime hostname need to be changed especially when your customer want to make some list of server more orderly and correctly identify your machine
This post provides a list of basic Veritas Volume Manager (VxVM) commands
Veritas Volume Manager (VxVM) is an implementation of disk management allowing for mirroring and raid to better manage and utilise your storage.