Re: PVG Question

 
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James Odak
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PVG Question

Can you change the order of the disks within a volume groups PVG in the /etc/lvmpvg file?



for example

can i change

VG /dev/vg11
PVG PVG11
/dev/dsk/c45t14d4
/dev/dsk/c44t11d6
/dev/dsk/c49t11d6
/dev/dsk/c44t15d4

to

VG /dev/vg11
PVG PVG11
/dev/dsk/c44t11d6
/dev/dsk/c44t15d4
/dev/dsk/c45t14d4
/dev/dsk/c49t11d6

Thanks
Jim
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Thierry Poels_1
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Re: PVG Question

Hi,

yes, you can. It just defines to which PVG a disk belong. The order does not matter.

regards,
Thierry Poels.
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Jeff Schussele
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Re: PVG Question

Hi Jim,

Luckily, unlike the lvmtab file, the lvmpvg file is aa ASCII file so have at it with vi. Just watch out for typos. ;~))

Cheers,
Jeff
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