You can do LSM on top of ordinary disks or on top of what looks like Veritas Volume Manager.
The veritas stuff is exactly the same as a normal Veritas box, except change the 'vx' at the start of a command to 'vol':
volprint -ht voldisk list volrecover -sb volreattach <disk>But LSM is like an abstraction above all that. You have domains that is effecitvely a pool of disk resource that a bunch of filesystems share. If you look at a mount point:
Filesystem 1024-blocks Used Available Capacity Mounted on root_domain#root 1024000 179730 833648 18% /The domain is obviously the bit at the start of the line 'root_domain', and the LSM volume that the filesystem is on is called root. You can show whats in a domain with:
showfdmn root_domainEach LSM volume (ie not veritas) within the domain is shown. They are just numbered. So how do you find out what each number means? You can try showfsets:
showfsets root_domainAt the end of the day, do a man advfs
pablo , 2005-02-14 17:50:43