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 vxdctl(1m) -- control the volume configuration daemon
    The vxdctl utility manages aspects of the state of the volume configuration daemon, vxconfigd, and also manages aspects of configuration for bootstrapping the rootdg disk group. The volboot file forms a key element in managing the state of vxconfigd and bootstrapping the rootdg disk group. This file contains a host ID that VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) uses to establish ownership of physical disks...
 vxddladm(1m) -- Device Discovery Layer subsystem administration
    The vxddladm utility is an administrative interface to the dynamic array support facility of the Device Discovery Layer(DDL). This utility lists the types of arrays supported, adds or removes array support from DDL, and allows dynamic addition of JBOD support for disks from different vendors. It additionally lists supported JBODs, and allows addition or removal of JBOD support. The vxddladm utilit...
 vxdestroy_lvmroot(1m) -- remove LVM root disk and associated LVM volume group
    The vxdestroy_lvmroot command tears down and removes the LVM volume group associated with the specified physical disk. This is done by removing the volumes in the volume group and then removing the volume group.
 vxdg(1m) -- manage VERITAS Volume Manager disk groups
    The vxdg utility performs basic administrative operations on disk groups. Operations include the creation of disk groups, the addition of disks to a disk group, disk group split/join, and disk group imports and deports. Note: A license is necessary to use the Disk Group Split/Join feature. The behavior of the vxdg utility depends upon the keyword specified as the first operand. A diskgroup argumen...
 vxdisk(1m) -- define and manage VERITAS Volume Manager disks
    The vxdisk utility performs basic administrative operations on disks. Operations include initializing and replacing disks, as well as taking care of some book-keeping necessary for the disk model presented by VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM). accessname refers to the disk access name, while disk represents the disk media name. vxdisk accesses disks based on disk access names, which are system-specifi...
 vxdiskadd(1m) -- add one or more disks for use with VERITAS Volume Manager
    The vxdiskadd utility configures disks for use by VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM). Disks must already have been formatted. vxdiskadd prompts the user for a disk group name and disk name for the disks. If no disk group name specified, the disks will be left as unassigned replacement disks for future use. A new disk group may be created that will become the disks' disk group. If a disk group is speci...
 vxdiskadm(1m) -- menu-driven VERITAS Volume Manager disk administrator
    vxdiskadm provides a menu-driven interface to perform common VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) disk administration tasks. The vxdiskadm script is interactive and prompts you for responses, supplying defaults where appropriate. Help is available at every prompt by entering a question mark (?) to display a context-sensitive help message. To add disks, specify one or more disks with a disk-address-patter...
 vxdisksetup(1m) -- configure a disk for use with VERITAS Volume Manager
    The vxdisksetup command configures the disk for use by VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM). vxdisksetup is called by the vxdiskadd command as part of initial disk configuration. It is not typically necessary to call this command directly. vxdisksetup creates a VERITAS Volume Manager private configuration region and public region for allocating subdisks. The vxdiskunsetup command reverses the configurati...
 vxdiskusg(1m) -- generate VxFS disk accounting data by user ID
    vxdiskusg generates intermediate disk accounting information from data in file, or the standard input if the -s option is specified and file is omitted. vxdiskusg outputs lines on the standard output, one line per user, in the following format: uid login #blocks where: uid User's numerical user ID login User's login name #blocks Total number of disk blocks allocated to this user Without the -s o...
 vxdmpadm(1m) -- DMP subsystem administration
    The vxdmpadm utility is an administrative interface to the VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) Dynamic Multipathing (DMP) facility. vxdmpadm lists the paths under a DMP device, gets the DMP device corresponding to a path, lists all the disk controllers on the system, lists all the paths through a host disk controller, lists all the DMP nodes through a disk array, and enables or disables a host disk cont...
 vxdump(1m) -- incremental VxFS file system dump, local or across network
    vxdump copies to magnetic tape all files in the vxfs filesystem that have been changed after a certain date. This information is derived from the files /etc/fstab and a timestamp file, by default /etc/dumpdates. rvxdump copies the files to a tape drive on a remote system. rvxdump runs a process, /usr/sbin/rmt, on the remote machine to access the tape device. vxdump and rvxdump support both getopt(...
 vxedit(1m) -- create, remove, and modify VERITAS Volume Manager records
    The vxedit utility sets and changes attributes for VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) configuration records that do not depend upon volume usage types. See vxvol(1M) for operations that can set attributes that are dependent upon usage types. In particular, setting the length and logging type for a volume requires use of the vxvol set operation. Each invocation can be applied to only one disk group at a...
 vxenablef(1m) -- enable VxFS DMAPI, OnLineJFS, or full VxFS functionality in the kernel
    vxenablef enables VxFS DMAPI (Data Management Applications Programming Interface), OnLineJFS functionality, or full VxFS functionality in the kernel. If you have valid licenses for these features, vxenablef makes them available without rebuilding a new kernel and rebooting the system. If no argument is specified, vxenablef displays the available licensed features enabled in the kernel.
 vxevac(1m) -- evacuate all volumes from a disk
    The vxevac utility moves subdisks off the specified VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) disk (medianame) to the specified destination disks (new_medianame...). If no new_medianame arguments are specified, any non-volatile, non-reserved disks can be used as destination disks. Subdisks that are part of unmirrored striped plexes are moved by moving the entire plex to a new location. Note: This operation as...
 vxfsconvert(1m) -- convert a file system to a vxfs file system or upgrade a VxFS disk layout version.
    vxfsconvert converts a file system of a supported type to a vxfs file system with a Version 4 disk layout. Currently vxfsconvert only supports conversion of an hfs file system to a vxfs file system. Conversion of all file system block and fragment sizes is supported. After a file system is converted to vxfs, its block size is the value of the fragment size before conversion. vxfsconvert also conve...
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