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 vxfsstat(1m) -- display VxFS file system statistics
    vxfsstat is a statistical reporter to aid in performance tuning and determining performance anomalies. vxfsstat gathers buffer cache, inode cache, DNLC (directory name lookup cache), per-CPU statistics, per-file system statistics for local and cluster mounted file system, and global cluster file system counters. The mount_point specifies any VxFS file system mount point. mount_point is used as an ...
 vxibc(1m) -- perform VERITAS Volume Replicator In-Band Control Messaging operations
    The vxibc utility is specific to VERITAS Volume Replicator (VVR) and requires a valid license. The vxibc command-line utility performs In-Band Control Messaging (IBC) operations. It allows applications to inject user-defined control messages into the update stream of a Replicated Volume Group (RVG). An IBC message is delivered on the Secondary node in causal order with respect to other activity on...
 vximportdg(1m) -- import a disk group into the VERITAS Volume Manager configuration
    The vximportdg utility performs a temporary import of the disk group contained on the disk device specified by daname to the disk group specified by new_dgname. As the persistent disk group information is not changed within the private partition of the affected disk, the import is only valid for the duration of the bootload or until a vxdg deport is performed.
 vxinfo(1m) -- print accessibility and usability of volumes
    The vxinfo utility reports a usage-type-dependent condition on one or more volumes in a disk group. A report for each volume specified by the volume operand is written to the standard output. If no volume operands are given, then a volume condition report is provided for each volume in the selected disk group. Each invocation can be applied to only one disk group at a time. Any volume operands wil...
 vxinstall(1m) -- menu-driven VERITAS Volume Manager initial configuration procedure
    The vxinstall utility provides a menu driven interface to configure VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM). After you install the VERITAS Volume Manager software package (VRTSvxvm), run vxinstall to configure VxVM for initial use on your system. You can use the files /etc/vx/cntrls.exclude, /etc/vx/disks.exclude and /etc/vx/enclr.exclude to automatically exclude controllers or disks from use by vxinstall s...
 vxintro(1m) -- introduction to the VERITAS Volume Manager utilities
    The VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) utilities provide a shell-level interface for use by system administrators and high-level applications and scripts to query and manipulate objects managed through VxVM.
 vxiod(1m) -- start, stop, and report on VERITAS Volume Manager kernel daemons
    The vxiod utility starts, stops, or reports on VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) I/O daemons. An I/O daemon provides a process context for performing I/O in VxVM. VERITAS Volume Manager I/O daemons are not required for correct operation, but not having I/O daemons can adversely affect system performance. When invoked with no arguments, vxiod prints the current number of volume I/O daemons on the stand...
 vxlicense(1m) -- VxFS and VxVM licensing key utility
    vxlicense maintains the VxFS and VxVM license key files.
 vxmake(1m) -- create VERITAS Volume Manager configuration records
    The vxmake utility creates subdisk, plex, and volume records for VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM). Records can be created entirely from parameters specified on the command line, or they can be created using a description file. vxmake can also create a data change object (DCO) that is used to implement Persistent FastResync on a volume. When the VERITAS Volume Replicator (VVR) option is available, vxm...
 vxmemstat(1m) -- display memory statistics for VERITAS Volume Manager
    The vxmemstat utility prints memory statistics information. This information is system-wide and not specific to a disk group, volume or any other Volume Manager object.
 vxmend(1m) -- mend simple problems in configuration records
    The vxmend utility performs various VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) usage-type-specific operations on subdisk, plex, and volume records. The first operand is a keyword that determines the specific operation to perform. The remaining operands specify the configuration objects to which the operation is applied. Each invocation can be applied to only one disk group at a time. Any name operands will be ...
 vxmirror(1m) -- mirror volumes on a disk or control default mirroring
    The vxmirror command provides a mechanism to mirror the contents of a specified disk, to mirror all currently un-mirrored volumes in the specified disk group, or to change or display the current defaults for mirroring. All volumes that have only a single plex (mirror copy), are mirrored by adding an additional plex. Volumes containing subdisks that reside on more than one disk are not mirrored by ...
 vxnotify(1m) -- display VERITAS Volume Manager configuration events
    The vxnotify utility displays events related to disk and configuration changes, as managed by the VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) configuration daemon, vxconfigd. If vxnotify is running on a system where the VxVM cluster feature is active, it displays events related to changes in the cluster state of the system on which it is running. vxnotify displays requested event types until killed by a signal,...
 vxpfto(1m) -- set Powerfail Timeout (pfto)
    Powerfail Timeout is an attribute of a SCSI disk connected to an HP-UX host (see the pfto(7) man page). The vxpfto command sets the Powerfail Timeout interval on a set of Volume Manager disks, either all disks in a disk group, or all disks underlying the volumes listed. The first form of the command sets the same PFTO value for all the disks in the specified VxVM diskgroup. In the second form, all...
 vxplex(1m) -- perform VERITAS Volume Manager operations on plexes
    The vxplex utility performs VERITAS Volume Manager (VxVM) operations on plexes and on volume-and-plex combinations. The first operand is a keyword that determines the specific operation to perform. The remaining operands specify the configuration objects to which the operation is to be applied. Each operation can be applied to only one disk group at a time. Any volume or plex operands are used to ...
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