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 vmstat(1) -- report virtual memory statistics
    The vmstat command reports certain statistics kept about process, virtual memory, trap, and CPU activity. It also can clear the accumulators in the kernel sum structure.
 volcopy(1m) -- copy a file system with label checking
    The volcopy command makes a literal copy of the file system using a block size matched to the device.
 volcopy_hfs(1m) -- copy an HFS file system with label checking
    The volcopy command makes a literal copy of an HFS file system using a block size matched to the device.
 volcopy_vxfs(1m) -- copy a VxFS file system with label checking
    volcopy makes a literal copy of a VxFS file system using a block size matched to the device.
 vradmin(1m) -- administer VERITAS Volume Replicator (VVR) in a distributed environment
    The vradmin utility performs administrative tasks on a Replicated Data Set (RDS) in a VERITAS Volume Replicator (VVR) environment. Tasks available in vradmin include configuring, administering and displaying Replicated Data Sets, synchronizing remote volumes, and migrating or taking over the Primary role in the RDS. Note: vradmin is a VVR-specific utility and requires a valid VVR license. A Replic...
 vrnotify(1m) -- display VERITAS Volume Replicator (VVR) events
    The vrnotify utility displays events related to VERITAS Volume Replicator (VVR) as managed by Volume Replicator Administrative Services (VRAS) daemon, vradmind. The vrnotify command is a VVRspecific utility and requires a valid VVR license. A Replicated Data Set (RDS) is comprised of a Replicated Volume Group (RVG) on the Primary host and its counterparts on the Secondary hosts. Note: An RDS is a ...
 vrport(1m) -- VERITAS Volume Replicator port management utility
    The vrport utility manages the various UDP and TCP ports used by VERITAS Volume Replicator(VVR). VVR uses the UDP and TCP transport protocols to communicate between the Primary and Secondary. VVR exchanges three types of message between the Primary and Secondary - heartbeat, data and administrative control. The heartbeat messages are transmitted using the UDP protocol on the IANA approved 4145 UDP...
 vt(1) -- log into another system over lan
    vt enables a user to log into another HP 9000 system (nodename) over an HP local area network. The -p option causes vt to send a poll request over the local area network to find out what systems currently have vtdaemon running (see vtdaemon(1M)). An asterisk (*) following a nodename in the response indicates that the system is a vt gateway. Plus signs (+) following the nodename indicate how many v...
 vtdaemon(1m) -- respond to vt requests
    vtdaemon responds to requests from other systems (via local area network) made by vt (see vt(1)). vtdaemon spawns a server to respond to each request that it receives.
 vxassist(1m) -- create, relayout, convert, mirror, backup, grow, shrink, delete, and move volumes
    The vxassist utility is a command-line interface to the VERITAS Volume - 1 - Formatted: January 24, 2005 vxassist(1M) VxVM 3.5 vxassist(1M) 1 Jun 2002 Manager (VxVM) that: + Finds space for and creates volumes + Performs volume conversion + Adds mirrors and logs to existing volumes + Extends and shrinks existing volumes + Migrates data from a specified set of disks + Provides facilities for the on...
 vxbootsetup(1m) -- set up system boot information on a VERITAS Volume Manager disk
    The vxbootsetup utility configures physical disks so that they can be used to boot the system. Before vxbootsetup is called to configure a disk, the required volumes, standvol, rootvol and swapvol (and optionally, dumpvol) must be created on the disk. All of these volumes must be contiguous with only one subdisk. If no medianame arguments are specified, all disks that contain usable mirrors of the...
 vxclustadm(1m) -- start, stop, and reconfigure a cluster
    The vxclustadm utility activates and deactivates cluster functionality on a node in a cluster. vxclustadm provides an interface to the clustering functionality of VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) in the absence of a cluster monitor. Caution: If there is no cluster monitor or if GAB is used as the cluster monitor, ensure that you completely understand the functionality of this command. Otherwise, clus...
 vxconfigd(1m) -- VERITAS Volume Manager configuration daemon
    The VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) configuration daemon, vxconfigd, maintains disk configurations and disk groups in VxVM. vxconfigd takes requests from other utilities for configuration changes, and communicates those changes to the kernel and modifies configuration information stored on disk. vxconfigd also initializes VxVM when the system is booted.
 vxcp_lvmroot(1m) -- copy LVM root disk onto new VERITAS Volume Manager root disk
    The vxcp_lvmroot command copies (or "clones") the volumes associated with an LVM root volume group to volumes of equal size (unless the -R option is specified) on a VxVM root disk group. VxVM rootability means that VxVM controls the disk containing the root file system. The vxcp_lvmroot command provides a means of achieving VxVM rootability when upgrading from a prior release of HP-UX without ha...
 vxdco(1m) -- perform operations on DCO objects and DCO volumes
    The vxdco command is used to manipulate data change objects (DCO objects or DCOs) and DCO volumes that allow the use of Persistent FastResync with volumes. The att operation attaches a DCO object, dco, to a volume, volume. If the DCO object has an associated DCO volume, you can use the command vxvol set fmr=on volume to enable Persistent FastResync on the volume after the attP operation has comple...
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