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Table Of Contents

Introduction 1
Getting Help
Supported Peripherals
Disk Naming
Definition of Terms
Converting to Solstice DiskSuite 4.0
Before You Begin the Installation
After the Installation
Preparing for Installation
Local Installation
Remote Installation
Adding Packages
Viewing Installed Packages
Removing Packages
Path Requirements
Viewing AnswerBook Online Documentation
To view the AnswerBook online documentation:
Creating Replicas of the Metadevice State Database
Creating Space for Metadevice State Database Replicas
Creating Replicas on Metadevice Components
Allocating Space From theswap Partition for Replicas
Creating Replicas on Unused Disk Partitions
What to Do Next
Overview of Solstice DiskSuite 3
Elements of the Metadisk Driver
Concatenation and Striping
UNIX File System Logging
Hot Spares
RAID Devices
State Database Replicas
Expanding Mounted File Systems
DiskSuite Commands and Utilities
System Files Associated with DiskSuite
Concatenating and Striping 4
Using Concatenations and Stripes
Using Concatenations and Stripes page51
Defining Metadevice Configurations
Concatenated Metadevices
Striped Metadevices
Metadevices Defined as Concatenated Stripes
Replacing Failed Components
Clearing Concatenations and Stripes
Hardware and Software Considerations
Assigning Interlace Values
Mixing Different Size Components
Using Components With Different Geometry
Bus Load
Striping Three Components
Concatenating Eight Components
Concatenating Stripes of Components
Mirroring 5
Operation of Mirrors
Defining Metamirrors
Metamirror Options
Resyncing Mirrors
Checking the Status of Mirrors
Mirroring Existing File Systems
Unmirroring File Systems
UnmirroringrootandswapFile Systems
Reconfiguring Submirrors
Attaching and Detaching Submirrors
Placing Submirrors Online and Offline
Replacing and Enabling Submirror Components
Changing Metamirror and Submirror Options
Using Mirrors for Online Backup
Performing Online Backups — for Mirrors
Performing Online Backups — for Nonmirrors
Mirroring an Existing File System
Adding Submirrors
Watching the Progress of a Resync Usingmetastat
UFS Logging 6
Overview of UFS Logging
Setting Up UFS Logging
How Much Log Space is Required?
Which File Systems Should Be Logged?
Where Should the Log Be Located?
How To Set Up UFS Logging
How to Share a Log Between File Systems
Removing UFS Logging
Logging a File System That Cannot Be Unmounted
Creating Metatrans Namespace for Exported File Systems
How DiskSuite Commands Relate to Logging
Overview of Hot Spares
Defining Hot Spares
Hot Spare Conditions to Avoid
Manipulating Hot Spare Pools
Adding Hot Spares
Deleting Hot Spares
Replacing Hot Spares
Enabling Hot Spares
Changing the Associated Hot Spare Pool
Checking the Status of Hot Spares
Setting up Hot Spare Pools
Adding Hot Spares to Hot Spare Pools
Deleting Hot Spares From Hot Spare Pools
Replacing Hot Spares Within Hot Spare Pools
Disksets 8
Overview of Disksets
Database Replicas and Disksets
Naming Conventions
DiskSuite Commands and Disksets
Defining Disksets
Administering Disksets
Reserving a Diskset
Releasing a Diskset
Removing Hosts and Drives From a Diskset
Adding Drives or Hosts to an Existing Diskset
RAID Devices 9
RAID Overview
Operation of RAID
Creating RAID Metadevices
Resyncing RAID Devices
Reconfiguring RAID Devices
Concatenating Components
Replacing Components
Changing Hot Spare Pool Association
Checking Status
Concatenating to a Device
Write Performance
Performance of a Degraded Device
RAID as a Component to a Device
Using Components with Different Geometry
Defining a RAID device
Concatenating to a RAID Device
Recovering from Component Errors
Checking the Status of Replicas
State Database Replicas on a New System
State Databases on Existing Systems
Expanding a File System 11
File System Expansion Overview
File System Expansion Overview page177
Nonexpandable File Systems
Adding Components
Expanding a Nonmetadevice Component
Expanding a Mounted File System
Expanding an Unmounted File System
Expanding a Mounted File System Using Stripes
Configuration Guidelines 12
Performance Considerations
Availability Considerations
Capacity Considerations
Labeled Partitions
Security Considerations
Compatibility Considerations
Solstice DiskSuite Files A
Solstice DiskSuite Messages B
Recovery From Failed Boots C
Upgrading to Other Solaris VersionsD
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