About Native Disk Objects

Article:HOWTO68839  |  Created: 2012-02-06  |  Updated: 2012-02-06  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO68839
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About Native Disk Objects

A new Native Disk node appears under the Volumes node in the Change Configuration dialog box. The following example shows information about the Native disks that are available with the total size, used space, and free space.

You can map the Solaris Native disk resource by using the disk mapping wizard. To map a disk using the mapping wizard, right-click a volume in the list and click map. The following is an example of Disk Mapping Wizard.

A Partition node appears under the Native Disks node. The following example shows the information regarding the partition name, partition state, partition length (size).

You can map the partition by using the mapping wizard. Right-click the Volume to launch the mapping wizard. You can map the source partition to destination disk and specify the percentage space of the destination disk to use for creating the partition.

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