Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 5.0 Maintenance Pack 3 for Linux Documentation Disc - Updated 08/01/08

Article:TECH62241  |  Created: 2009-01-28  |  Updated: 2010-08-09  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH62241
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Veritas Storage Foundation and High Availability Solutions 5.0 Maintenance Pack 3 for Linux Documentation Disc - Updated 08/01/08


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The Storage Foundation Release Notes were updated after this Documentation Disc was released.

The updated Storage Foundation Release Notes and the links to all of the Storage Foundation and High Availability 5.0 MP3 Product Family Documentation for Linux are available at vos.symantec.com/documents and http://entsupport.symantec.com/docs/307509 


Click on the Download Now link below and then use these commands to unpack and install the file.

# cksum *
1774278039      55235277        sf_ha.docs.5.0.30.0.linux.tar.gz

# gzip -d <File_Name>.tar.gz

# tar -xf <File_Name>.tar

# ls -1 pdfs
flashsnap_admin.pdf
getting_started.pdf
sf_3rdpartyattributions.pdf
sf_cds_admin.pdf
sfcfs_admin.pdf
sf_db2_admin.pdf
sf_db2_gui.pdf
sf_install.pdf
sf_isp_admin.pdf
sf_isp_solutions.pdf
sf_notes.pdf
sf_ora_admin.pdf
sf_ora_gui.pdf
vcs_agent_dev.pdf
vcs_bundled_agents.pdf
vcs_db2_install.pdf
vcs_install.pdf
vcs_notes.pdf
vcs_oracle_install.pdf
vcs_sybase_install.pdf
vcs_users.pdf
vea_users.pdf
vvr_admin.pdf
vvr_advisor_users.pdf
vvr_agents_config.pdf
vvr_planning.pdf
vvr_web_admin.pdf
vxfs_admin.pdf
vxfs_ref.pdf
vxvm_admin.pdf
vxvm_tshoot.pdf

# cat README.txt

=====================================================================
Symantec Documentation Disc README
=====================================================================

The Symantec Documentation Disc provides documentation in two formats:

 *  HTML
 *  PDF (Adobe Portable Document Format)

=====================================================================
Table of Contents
=====================================================================

1. Minimum System Requirements
2. Viewing the Documentation Disc
3. Installing the Documentation Disc
4. Search Tips

=====================================================================
1. Minimum System Requirements
=====================================================================

The Symantec Documentation Disc runs on Linux and Windows operating
systems. To view and search the contents of the disc requires the
following:

* A web browser with JavaScript 1.5 or higher support
  (Tested with Internet Explorer 5.0 and above, Netscape 4.0,
  or higher, Mozilla 1.6, Opera 7.0 and many others)
* Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0 or later

=====================================================================
2. Viewing the Documentation Disc
=====================================================================

To display the list of all available documentation, open the file
index.html from the root directory in a web browser.

To improve the search results and PDF file access, we recommend
installing the disc contents to your local hard drive.

=====================================================================
3. Installing the Documentation Disc
=====================================================================

You can install the searchable documentation on your system to run
independently of the CD.

To install the documentation on your system, simply create a new folder
on your hard drive and copy the disc contents.

=====================================================================
4. Search Tips
=====================================================================

This section offers instructions on how to use the different search
methods.

* Match ANY search word (Boolean OR)
  Search for pages which contain AT LEAST ONE of the given search terms.
  The results will be sorted in order of the number of terms matched,
  and the determined relevancy score. Click the "match any search word"
  radio button to enable this search option.

* Match ALL search word (Boolean AND)
  Search for pages which contain ALL of the given search terms. The
  results will be sorted in order of the number of terms matched, and
  the determined relevancy score. Click the "match all search word"
  radio button to enable this search option.

* Wildcard searches
  You can use wildcard characters '*' and '?' in your search terms to
  search for multiple words and return larger set of results. An asterisk
  character ('*') in a search term represents any number of characters,
  while a question mark ('?') represents any single character.

  This allows you to perform advanced searches such as "zoom*" which
  would return all pages containing words beginning with "zoom".
  Similarly, "z??m" would return all pages containing four letter words
  beginning with 'z' and ending with 'm'. Also, "*car*" would be a search
  for any words containing the word "car".

* Exact phrase searches
  An exact phrase search returns results where the phrase of words are found,
  in the same order that they are specified. For example, an exact phrase
  search for the words "green tea" would only return results where the phrase
  'green tea' appears. It would not return pages where the words 'green' and
  'tea' are found separately, or in a different order such as, 'tea green'.

  To specify an exact phrase search term, you need to enclose the words that
  form the phrase using double quotation marks. You can also combine the use
  of exact phrase searches with normal search terms and wildcard search terms
  within a single search query (eg. "green tea" japan*). Note however, that
  wildcards within exact phrases (eg. "green te*") are not supported.

  Note that the JavaScript option does not support exact phrase due to
  limitations in the language.

* Exclusion/negative searches
  You can precede a search term with a hyphen character to exclude that search
  term from being included in your search results. For example, a search for
  "cat -dog" would return all pages containing the word "cat" but not the word
  "dog".

* Skip words
  Note that some common words such as "the", "and", "or" may be deemed to be
  skip words and ignored by the search.

* Category searches
  You can restrict your searches to a specific category by choosing a defined
  category from the drop-down box


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