About VxFS multi-volume file systems
|Article:HOWTO59550|||||Created: 2011-10-13|||||Updated: 2011-10-13|||||Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO59550|
Multi-volume file systems are file systems that occupy two or more virtual volumes. The collection of volumes is known as a volume set, and is made up of disks or disk array LUNs belonging to a single Veritas Volume Manager (VxVM) disk group. A multi-volume file system presents a single name space, making the existence of multiple volumes transparent to users and applications. Each volume retains a separate identity for administrative purposes, making it possible to control the locations to which individual files are directed.
The VxFS volume administration utility (fsvoladm utility) can be used to administer VxFS volumes. The fsvoladm utility performs administrative tasks, such as adding, removing, resizing, encapsulating volumes, and setting, clearing, or querying flags on volumes in a specified Veritas File System.
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