Veritas: Volume Relayout

1. It is possible to relayout volumes/filesystems on the fly with veritas a.example: # vxassist –g disk-group-name relayout volume-name layout=layout-type ncol=number-of-columns alloc=”disks to use” stripeunit=stripe-width b. where alloc defines the disks to build the new layout on, ncol is the number columns to use, stripeunit is the size of the stripes (stripeunit is optional, default …

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How to mount and unmount a drive in linux

How To Mount A Drive In Linux mount /dev/partitionId /some/mounting/point eg. #mount /dev/sda2 /mnt The mounting point path must already be created with proper permissions. So a more likely flow of commands would be mkdir /some/mounting/point chmod 777 /some/mounting/point mount /dev/partitionId /some/mounting/point How To Unmount A Drive In Linux umount /dev/partitionId eg. #umount /mnt This …

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