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vxdisplay

by vxdisplay_details on ‎01-16-2006 04:00 PM - edited on ‎10-30-2013 01:30 PM by bcm1 (277 Views)

DETAILED DESCRIPTION  <br/>

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The script provides a detailed and formatted display of the available configured components in a veritas volume manager setup. It provides all details in human readable format for the component diskgroups, subdisks, plexes and volumes. <br/>

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Identifies the following volume types:<br/>

1. concat<br/>

2. stripe = (raid-0)<br/>

3. mirror = (raid-1)<br/>

4. raid = (raid-5)<br/>

5. mirrored-stripe = (raid-0+1)<br/>

6. <a class="jive-link-adddocument" href="http://community.brocade.com/home/community-document-picker.jspa?communityID=2006&subject=layeredvolume">layered volume</a> - striped-mirror ("striped-pro") = (raid-10 or raid-10)
7. layered volume - concat-mirror ("concatenated-pro")

USAGE:
vxtree.pl -a http://dg1 dg2 dg3... - display all disks and volumes 
vxtree.pl -d http://dg1 dg2 dg3... - display all disks 
vxtree.pl -g http://dg1 dg2 dg3... - display all volumes 
vxtree.pl -v http://vol1 vol2 vol3... - display all listed volumes 
vxtree.pl -s http://dg1 dg2 dg3... - display summary 
vxtree.pl -V - display vxvm version 

 

It is a easy to use script which runs in perl and can be executed from the commandline 

REQUIREMENTS 

Operating System Solaris 8,9,10 

Interface CLI 

Fabric Operating System Not Applicable 

Other Veritas Volume manger 3.5 and 4.0 

 

NOTES (INCLUDING LIMITATIONS) 

The script can be useful as a tool to monitor a given setup and to generate snapshot information for testing and presentation purposes It will be a efective tool in the hands of experienced system adminsitrators. The script has no long term side effects on the system. 

 

NOTE: This contribution was migrated by Brocade from the former Brocade Connect community on March 13, 2008, on behalf of the author.

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