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VXDISKADM  – UnixArena’s Manual Page

/usr/sbin/vxdiskadm – Menu-driven VERITAS Volume Manager disk administrator

The vxdiskadm command 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.

Disks that Used in the Example:

	DEVICE       TYPE            DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c3t1d0s2     auto:none       -            -            online invalid
	c3t2d0s2     auto:none       -            -            online invalid
	c3t3d0s2     auto:none       -            -            online invalid
	c3t4d0s2     auto:none       -            -            online invalid
	c3t5d0s2     auto:none       -            -            online invalid
	c3t6d0s2     auto:none       -            -            online invalid
	c4t9d0s2     auto:none       -            -            online invalid
	c4t10d0s2    auto:none       -            -            online invalid
	c4t11d0s2    auto:none       -            -            online invalid
	c4t12d0s2    auto:none       -            -            online invalid
	c4t13d0s2    auto:none       -            -            online invalid

vxdiskadm – Examples:

# vxdiskadm 

	Volume Manager Support Operations
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk

	 1      Add or initialize one or more disks
	 2      Encapsulate one or more disks
	 3      Remove a disk
	 4      Remove a disk for replacement
	 5      Replace a failed or removed disk
	 6      Mirror volumes on a disk
	 7      Move volumes from a disk
	 8      Enable access to (import) a disk group
	 9      Remove access to (deport) a disk group
	 10     Enable (online) a disk device
	 11     Disable (offline) a disk device
	 12     Mark a disk as a spare for a disk group
	 13     Turn off the spare flag on a disk
	 14     Unrelocate subdisks back to a disk
	 15     Exclude a disk from hot-relocation use
	 16     Make a disk available for hot-relocation use
	 17     Prevent multipathing/Suppress devices from VxVM's view
	 18     Allow multipathing/Unsuppress devices from VxVM's view
	 19     List currently suppressed/non-multipathed devices
	 20     Change the disk naming scheme
	 21     Get the newly connected/zoned disks in VxVM view
	 22     Change/Display the default disk layouts
	 23     Dynamic Reconfiguration Operations
	 list   List disk information

	 ?      Display help about menu
	 ??     Display help about the menuing system
	 q      Exit from menus

	Select an operation to perform: ?

Operations provided in the Volume Manager disk operations menu:

1. Add or Initialize one or more disks:

– Use this option to add disks to the system. The disks must already have been formatted and have a valid VTOC.
– Enter device address pattern list to initialize & add the disks to disk group. If the disk group is not configured already, it will be created.
– If a disk is found to already contain non-Volume Manager partitioning, you will be asked whether the disk should be encapsulated.

Example: Initializing all the disk’s which are connected to controller ‘C3’

  
Output:
	Select an operation to perform: 1

	Add or initialize disks
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/AddDisks
	  Use this operation to add one or more disks to a disk group.  You can
	  add the selected disks to an existing disk group or to a new disk group
	  that will be created as a part of the operation. The selected disks may
	  also be added to a disk group as spares. Or they may be added as
	  nohotuses to be excluded from hot-relocation use. The selected
	  disks may also be initialized without adding them to a disk group 
	  leaving the disks available for use as replacement disks.

	  More than one disk or pattern may be entered at the prompt.  Here are
	  some disk selection examples:

	  all:          all disks
	  c3 c4t2:      all disks on both controller 3 and controller 4, target 2
	  c3t4d2:       a single disk (in the c#t#d# naming scheme)
	  xyz_0 :       a single disk (in the enclosure based naming scheme)
	  xyz_ :        all disks on the enclosure whose name is xyz

	Select disk devices to add: [,all,list,q,?] list

	DEVICE       DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c3t1d0       -            -            online invalid
	c3t2d0       -            -            online invalid
	c3t3d0       -            -            online invalid
	c3t4d0       -            -            online invalid
	c3t5d0       -            -            online invalid
	c3t6d0       -            -            online invalid

	Select disk devices to add: [,all,list,q,?] c3  
	  Here are the disks selected.  Output format: [Device_Name]

	  c3t1d0 c3t2d0 c3t3d0 c3t4d0 c3t5d0 c3t6d0

	Continue operation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 
	  You can choose to add these disks to an existing disk group, a
	  new disk group, or you can leave these disks available for use
	  by future add or replacement operations.  To create a new disk
	  group, select a disk group name that does not yet exist.  To
	  leave the disks available for future use, specify a disk group
	  name of "none".

	Which disk group [,none,list,q,?]  (default: nodg) none

	Add site tag to disks? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) 
	  All disks will be initialized and left free for use as replacement
	  disks.

	  c3t1d0 c3t2d0 c3t3d0 c3t4d0 c3t5d0 c3t6d0

	Continue with operation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 

	Do you want to use the default layout for all disks being initialized?
	[y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 
	  Initializing device c3t1d0.
	  Initializing device c3t2d0.
	  Initializing device c3t3d0.
	  Initializing device c3t4d0.
	  Initializing device c3t5d0.
	  Initializing device c3t6d0.

	Add or initialize other disks? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) n

2. Encapsulate one or more disks

– Use this option to place one or more disks under Volume Manager control, that were added to the system before installing the Volume Manager.
– You will be required to reboot the system if any partitions are in use for mounted file systems or for running applications.
– You may have to modify application configuration files to use volumes, rather than direct disk devices, to access the disk partitions.
– File system mount information in /etc/vfstab will be adjusted automatically when the system restarted.

Example: Encapsulating Disk ‘c3t6d0’, which is having a solaris partition

Output:
	Select an operation to perform: 2

	Encapsulate one or more disks
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/Encapsulate
	  Use this operation to convert one or more disks to use the Volume Manager.
	  This adds the disks to a disk group and replaces existing partitions
	  with volumes.  Disk encapsulation requires a reboot for the changes
	  to take effect.

	  More than one disk or pattern may be entered at the prompt.  Here are
	  some disk selection examples:

	  all:          all disks
	  c3 c4t2:      all disks on both controller 3 and controller 4, target 2
	  c3t4d2:       a single disk (in the c#t#d# naming scheme)
	  xyz_0 :       a single disk (in the enclosure based naming scheme)
	  xyz_ :        all disks on the enclosure whose name is xyz

	Select disk devices to encapsulate:                                  
	[,all,list,q,?] list

	DEVICE       DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c3t5d0       c3t5d0s2     testdg       online
	c3t6d0       -            -            online
	c4t9d0       -            -            online invalid

	Select disk devices to encapsulate:                                  
	[,all,list,q,?] c3t6d0
	  Here is the disk selected.  Output format: [Device_Name]

	  c3t6d0

	Continue operation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 
	  You can choose to add this disk to an existing disk group or to
	  a new disk group.  To create a new disk group, select a disk group
	  name that does not yet exist.

	Which disk group [,list,q,?]  (default: nodg) list

	NAME         STATE           ID
	testdg       enabled,cds          1411379547.35.vxserver

	Which disk group [,list,q,?]  (default: nodg) testdg

	Use a default disk name for the disk? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 
	  The selected disks will be encapsulated and added to the testdg 
	  disk group with default disk names.

	  c3t6d0

	Continue with operation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 
	  The following disk has been selected for encapsulation.
	  Output format: [Device_Name]

	  c3t6d0

	Continue with encapsulation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 
	  VxVM  NOTICE V-5-2-2043
	The disk group selected is a CDS disk group. For encapsulation, the disk
	  group's CDS attribute will be turned off, and its disk group alignment will
	  be set to 1.

	Continue with encapsulation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-333
	The disk device c3t6d0 will be encapsulated and added to the disk group
	  testdg with the disk name testdg01.

	Enter the desired format [cdsdisk,sliced,q,?]  (default: cdsdisk) 

	Enter desired private region length
	[,q,?]  (default: 65536) 

	Do you want to use 'sliced' as the format should 'cdsdisk' fail?
	[y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 
	  The c3t6d0 disk has been configured for encapsulation.
	  The first stage of encapsulation has completed successfully.  You
	  should now reboot your system at the earliest possible opportunity.
	  The encapsulation will require two or three reboots which will happen
	  automatically after the next reboot.  To reboot execute the command:

	shutdown -g0 -y -i6

	  This will update the /etc/vfstab file so that volume devices are
	  used to mount the file systems on this disk device.  You will need
	  to update any other references such as backup scripts, databases,
	  or manually created swap devices.

	Encapsulate other disks? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) 

	After a Reboot
	c3t5d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t5d0s2     testdg       online
	c3t6d0s2     auto:cdsdisk     testdg01     testdg       online

	v  testdg010vol -            ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   ROUND     -        fsgen
	pl testdg010vol-01 testdg010vol ENABLED ACTIVE 409600   CONCAT    -        RW
	sd testdg01-B0  testdg010vol-01 testdg01 2021372 4      0         c3t6d0   ENA
	sd testdg01-01  testdg010vol-01 testdg01 0     409596   4         c3t6d0   ENA

3. Remove a disk

– Use this option to remove a disk from a disk group.
– You cannot remove a disk if any volumes use storage on the disk.
– You cannot remove the last disk in a disk group using this operation.

Example: Removing Disk ‘c3t3d0s2’ from disk group ‘oradg’

Output:
	Select an operation to perform: 3

	Remove a disk
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/RemoveDisk
	  Use this operation to remove a disk from a disk group.  This
	  operation takes, as input, a disk name.  This is the same name
	  that you gave to the disk when you added the disk to the disk
	  group.

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] list

	Disk group: oradg

	DM NAME         DEVICE       TYPE     PRIVLEN  PUBLEN   STATE

	dm c3t1d0s2     c3t1d0s2     auto     65536    2031232  -
	dm c3t2d0s2     c3t2d0s2     auto     65536    2031232  -
	dm c3t3d0s2     c3t3d0s2     auto     65536    2031232  -

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] c3t3d0s2
	  VxVM  NOTICE V-5-2-284 Requested operation is to remove disk c3t3d0s2 from group oradg.

	Continue with operation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) y
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-268 Removal of disk c3t3d0s2 is complete.

	Remove another disk? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) n

4. Remove a disk for replacement

– Use this option to remove a physical disk from a disk group, while retaining the disk name.
– This changes the state for the disk name to a “removed” disk.

Example: Replacing disk ‘c3t2d0s2’ in disk group oradg with ‘c3t3d0s2’

Output:
	Select an operation to perform: 4

	Remove a disk for replacement
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/RemoveForReplace
	  Use this option to remove a physical disk from a disk
	  group, while retaining the disk name.  This changes the state
	  for the disk name to a "removed" disk.  If there are any
	  initialized disks that are not part of a disk group, you will be
	  given the option of using one of these disks as a replacement.

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] list

	Disk group: oradg

	DM NAME         DEVICE       TYPE     PRIVLEN  PUBLEN   STATE

	dm c3t1d0s2     c3t1d0s2     auto     65536    2031232  -
	dm c3t2d0s2     c3t2d0s2     auto     65536    2031232  -
	dm c3t3d0s2     c3t4d0s2     auto     65536    2031232  -

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] c3t3d0s2
	  The following devices are available as replacements:

		c3t3d0

	  You can choose one of these disks now, to replace c3t3d0s2.
	  Select "none" if you do not wish to select a replacement disk.

	Choose a device, or select none
	[,none,q,?]  (default: c3t3d0) 
	  VxVM  NOTICE V-5-2-285
	Requested operation is to remove disk c3t3d0s2 from group oradg.
	  The removed disk will be replaced with disk device c3t3d0.

	Continue with operation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-265 Removal of disk c3t3d0s2 completed successfully.
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-260 Proceeding to replace c3t3d0s2 with device c3t3d0.

	Use FMR for plex resync? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) 
	VxVM vxbootsetup NOTICE V-5-2-3616 Root file system is not defined on a volume.
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-158 Disk replacement completed successfully.

	Remove another disk? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n)

5. Replace a failed or removed disk

– Use this option to specify a replacement disk for a disk that you removed with the Remove a disk for replacement menu entry, or that failed during use.
Example: Replacing failed disk ‘c4t11d0s2’ with ‘c4t12d0s2’

	
	DEVICE       TYPE            DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c4t9d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c4t9d0s2     newdg        online
	c4t10d0s2    auto:cdsdisk    c4t10d0s2    newdg        online
	c4t12d0s2    auto:none       -            -            online invalid
	-            -         c4t11d0s2    newdg        failed was:c4t11d0s2
Output:
	Select an operation to perform: 5

	Replace a failed or removed disk
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/ReplaceDisk
	  Use this option to specify a replacement disk for a disk
	  that you removed with the "Remove a disk for replacement" menu
	  operation, or that failed during use.  You will be prompted for
	  a disk name to replace and a disk device to use as a replacement.
	  You can choose an uninitialized disk, in which case the disk will
	  be initialized, or you can choose a disk that you have already
	  initialized using the Add or initialize a disk menu operation.

	Select a removed or failed disk [,list,q,?] list

	Disk group: newdg

	DM NAME         DEVICE       TYPE     PRIVLEN  PUBLEN   STATE
	dm c4t11d0s2    -            -        -        -        NODEVICE

	Select a removed or failed disk [,list,q,?] c4t11d0s2
	  The following devices are available as replacements:

	        c3t1d0 c3t2d0 c3t3d0 c3t4d0 c3t5d0

	  You can choose one of these devices to replace c4t11d0s2.
	  Choose "none" to initialize another device to replace c4t11d0s2.

	Choose a device, or select none
	[,none,q,?]  (default: c3t1d0) none
	  The following devices are available as possible replacements after being
	  initialized (or reinitiliazed):

	        c3t6d0 c4t12d0 c4t13d0 c4t14d0

	  You can choose one of these devices to replace c4t11d0s2.
	  Choose "none" to abort the replacement of c4t11d0s2.

	Choose a device, or select none
	[,none,q,?]  (default: c3t6d0) c4t12d0
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-378
	The requested operation is to initialize disk device c4t12d0 and
	  to then use that device to replace the removed or failed disk
	  c4t11d0s2 in disk group newdg.

	Continue with operation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 

	Use FMR for plex resync? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) 
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-282
	Replacement of disk c4t11d0s2 in group newdg with disk device
	  c4t12d0 completed successfully.

	Replace another disk? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) 

  After a successful replacement
	DEVICE       TYPE            DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c4t9d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c4t9d0s2     newdg        online
	c4t10d0s2    auto:cdsdisk    c4t10d0s2    newdg        online
	c4t12d0s2    auto:cdsdisk    c4t11d0s2    newdg        online

6. Mirror volumes on a disk

– Use this option to mirror a volume from one disk to another, by default if no destination disks specified any free disk in the disk group will be used.
– Mirroring volumes from the boot disk will produce a disk that can be used as an alternate boot disk.

Example: Mirroring the concat volume named ‘oravol’

	
	v  oravol       -            ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   SELECT    -        fsgen
	pl oravol-01    oravol       ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   CONCAT    -        RW
	sd c3t1d0s2-01  oravol-01    c3t1d0s2 0        409600   0         c3t1d0   ENA
  
Output:
  	Select an operation to perform: 6

	Mirror volumes on a disk
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/Mirror
	  This operation can be used to mirror volumes on a disk.  These
	  volumes can be be mirrored onto another disk or onto any
	  available disk space.  Volumes will not be mirrored if they are
	  already mirrored.  Also, volumes that are comprised of more than
	  one subdisk will not be mirrored.

	  Mirroring volumes from the boot disk will produce a disk that
	  can be used as an alternate boot disk.

	  At the prompt below, supply the name of the disk containing the
	  volumes to be mirrored.

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] list

	Disk group: oradg

	DM NAME         DEVICE       TYPE     PRIVLEN  PUBLEN   STATE

	dm c3t1d0s2     c3t1d0s2     auto     65536    2031232  -
	dm c3t2d0s2     c3t2d0s2     auto     65536    2031232  -
	dm c3t3d0s2     c3t3d0s2     auto     65536    2031232  -
	dm c3t4d0s2     c3t4d0s2     auto     65536    2031232  -

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] c3t1d0s2
	  You can choose to mirror volumes from disk c3t1d0s2 onto any
	  available disk space, or you can choose to mirror onto a specific
	  disk.  To mirror to a specific disk, select the name of that disk.
	  To mirror to any available disk space, select "any".

	Enter destination disk [,list,q,?]  (default: any) c3t2d0s2
	  The requested operation is to mirror all volumes on disk c3t1d0s2
	  in disk group oradg onto available disk space on disk c3t2d0s2.
	  VxVM  NOTICE V-5-2-3650 This operation can take a long time to complete.

	Continue with operation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 
	VxVM vxmirror INFO V-5-2-22   Mirror volume oravol ...
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-674 Mirroring of disk c3t1d0s2 is complete.

	Mirror volumes on another disk? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) n

  After Mirror volume,
	v  oravol       -            ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   SELECT    -        fsgen
	pl oravol-01    oravol       ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   CONCAT    -        RW
	sd c3t1d0s2-01  oravol-01    c3t1d0s2 0        409600   0         c3t1d0   ENA
	pl oravol-02    oravol       ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   CONCAT    -        RW
	sd c3t2d0s2-01  oravol-02    c3t2d0s2 0        409600   0         c3t2d0   ENA

7. Move volumes from a disk

– Use this option to move any volumes that are using a disk onto other disks.
– Use this menu immediately prior to removing a disk, either permanently or for replacement.

Example: In mirror volume ‘oravol’ moving plex ‘oravol-02’ from the source disk ‘c3t2d0s2’ to the destination disk ‘c3t3d0s2’

  
	v  oravol       -            ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   SELECT    -        fsgen
	pl oravol-01    oravol       ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   CONCAT    -        RW
	sd c3t1d0s2-01  oravol-01    c3t1d0s2 0        409600   0         c3t1d0   ENA
	pl oravol-02    oravol       ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   CONCAT    -        RW
	sd c3t2d0s2-01  oravol-02    c3t2d0s2 0        409600   0         c3t2d0   ENA
Output:
	Select an operation to perform: 7

	Move volumes from a disk
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/Evacuate
	  Use this option to move any volumes that are using a
	  disk onto other disks.  Use this menu immediately prior to
	  removing a disk, either permanently or for replacement.  You can
	  specify a list of disks to move volumes onto, or you can move the
	  volumes to any available disk space in the same disk group.

	  NOTE:  Simply moving volumes off of a disk, without also removing
	         the disk, does not prevent volumes from being moved onto
	         the disk by future operations.  For example, using two
	         consecutive move operations may move volumes from the
	         second disk to the first.

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] list

	Disk group: oradg

	DM NAME         DEVICE       TYPE     PRIVLEN  PUBLEN   STATE
	dm c3t1d0s2     c3t1d0s2     auto     65536    2031232  -
	dm c3t2d0s2     c3t2d0s2     auto     65536    2031232  -
	dm c3t3d0s2     c3t3d0s2     auto     65536    2031232  -
	dm c3t4d0s2     c3t4d0s2     auto     65536    2031232  -

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] c3t2d0s2  
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-516
	You can now specify a list of disks to move onto.  Specify a list
	  of disk media names (e.g., oradg01) all on one line separated by
	  blanks.  If you do not enter any disk media names, then the volumes
	  will be moved to any available space in the disk group.

	Enter disks [,list] c3t3d0s2
	  VxVM  NOTICE V-5-2-283
	Requested operation is to move all volumes from disk c3t2d0s2 in
	  group oradg.

	  NOTE: This operation can take a long time to complete.

	Continue with operation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 
	VxVM vxevac INFO V-5-2-24   Move volume oravol ...
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-188 Evacuation of disk c3t2d0s2 is complete.

	Move volumes from another disk? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) 

  After Movement,
  	v  oravol       -            ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   SELECT    -        fsgen
	pl oravol-01    oravol       ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   CONCAT    -        RW
	sd c3t1d0s2-01  oravol-01    c3t1d0s2 0        409600   0         c3t1d0   ENA
	pl oravol-02    oravol       ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   CONCAT    -        RW
	sd c3t3d0s2-01  oravol-02    c3t3d0s2 0        409600   0         c3t3d0   ENA

8 . Enable access to (import) a disk group

– Use this option to enable access by this system to a disk group.
– If you wish to move a disk group from one system to another, you must first disable (deport) it, on the original system. Then, move the disk between systems and enable (import) the disk group.

Example: Enabling access to import (Disks must be in online state)

Output:
	Select an operation to perform: 8

	Enable access to (import) a disk group
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/ImportDiskGroup
	  Use this operation to enable access to a disk group.  This can be
	  used as the final part of moving a disk group from one system to
	  another.  The first part of moving a disk group is to use the
	  "Remove access to (deport) a disk group" operation on the
	  original host.

	  A disk group can be imported from another host that failed without
	  first deporting the disk group.  Be sure that all disks in the disk
	  group are moved between hosts.

	  If two hosts share a SCSI bus, be very careful to ensure that the
	  other host really has failed or has deported the disk group.  If
	  two active hosts import a disk group at the same time, the disk
	  group will be corrupted and will become unusable.

	Select disk group to import [,list,q,?]  (default: list) list

	  GROUP newdg (id: 1411552613.37.vxserver)
	  DEVICES: c4t11d0

	  GROUP oradg (id: 1411553169.47.vxserver)
	  DEVICES: c3t1d0
	           c3t2d0
	           c3t3d0
	           c3t4d0

	Select disk group to import [,list,q,?]  (default: list) oradg
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-374 The import of oradg was successful.

	Select another disk group? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n)

9. Remove access to (deport) a disk group

– Use this option to disable access to a disk group that is currently enabled (imported) by this system.
– Deport a disk group if you intend to move the disks in a disk group to another system. Also, deport a disk group if you want to use all of the disks remaining in a disk group for some new purpose.
– For removable disk devices on some systems, it is important to disable all access to the disk before removing the disk.

Example: Disabling access to deport for the disgroup ‘oradg’

Output:
	Select an operation to perform: 9

	Remove access to (deport) a disk group
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/DeportDiskGroup
	  Use this option to remove access to a disk group that
	  is currently enabled (imported) by this system.  Deport a disk
	  group if you intend to move the disks in a disk group to another
	  system.  Also, deport a disk group if you want to use all of the
	  disks remaining in a disk group for some new purpose.

	  You will be prompted for the name of a disk group.  You will
	  also be asked if the disks should be disabled (offlined).  For
	  removable disk devices on some systems, it is important to
	  disable all access to the disk before removing the disk.

	Enter name of disk group [,list,q,?]  (default: list) list

	GROUP        DISK/VOLUME         DEVICE/STATE LENGTH
	oradg        disk   c3t1d0s2     c3t1d0s2     2031232
	oradg        disk   c3t2d0s2     c3t2d0s2     2031232
	oradg        disk   c3t3d0s2     c3t3d0s2     2031232
	oradg        disk   c3t4d0s2     c3t4d0s2     2031232
	oradg        volume oravol       ENABLED      409600

	Enter name of disk group [,list,q,?]  (default: list) oradg
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-377
	The requested operation is to disable access to the removable
	  disk group named oradg.  This disk group is stored on the
	  following disks:

	        c3t1d0s2 on device c3t1d0s2
	        c3t2d0s2 on device c3t2d0s2
	        c3t3d0s2 on device c3t3d0s2
	        c3t4d0s2 on device c3t4d0s2

	  You can choose to disable access to (also known as "offline")
	  these disks.  This may be necessary to prevent errors if
	  you actually remove any of the disks from the system.

	Disable (offline) the indicated disks? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) y

	Continue with operation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-269 Removal of disk group oradg was successful.

	Disable another disk group? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n)

10. Enable (online) a disk device

If you move a disk from one system to another during normal system operation, the Volume Manager will not recognize the disk automatically. Use this option to tell the Volume Manager to scan the disk to find what disk it is, and to determine if this disk is part of a disk group. Also, use this operation to re-enable access to a disk that was disabled by either the disk group deport operation or the disk device disable (offline) operation.

Example: Enabling off-lined or disabled disks

Output:
  	Select an operation to perform: 10

	Enable (online) a disk device
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/OnlineDisk
	  Use this operation to enable access to a disk that was disabled
	  with the "Disable (offline) a disk device" operation.

	  You can also use this operation to re-scan a disk that may have
	  been changed outside of the Volume Manager.  For example, If a
	  disk is shared between two systems, the Volume Manager running on
	  the other system may have changed the disk.  If so, you can use
	  this operation to re-scan the disk.

	  NOTE: Many vxdiskadm operations re-scan disks without user
	        intervention.  This will eliminate most needs to online a
	        disk directly, except when the disk is directly offlined.

	Select a disk device to enable [,list,q,?] list

	DEVICE       DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c3t5d0       -            -            offline
	c3t6d0       -            -            online

	Select a disk device to enable [,list,q,?] c3t5d0

	Enable another device? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) n

  After Enabling,
  	DEVICE       DISK         GROUP        STATUS
  	c3t5d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    -            -            online
	c3t6d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    -            -            online

11. Disable (offline) a disk device

Use this option to disable all access to a disk device through the Volume Manager. This operation can be applied only to disks that are not currently in a disk group. Use this operation if you intend to remove a disk from a system without rebooting.

NOTE:Many systems do not support disks that can be removed from a system during normal operation. On such systems, the offline operation is seldom useful.

Example: Disabling a single disk which is not part of any disk group

Output:
	Select an operation to perform: 11

	Disable (offline) a disk device
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/OfflineDisk
	  Use this option to disable all access to a disk device
	  by the Volume Manager.  This operation can be applied only to
	  disks that are not currently in a disk group.  Use this operation
	  if you intend to remove a disk from a system without rebooting.

	  NOTE:  Many systems do not support disks that can be removed from
	         a system during normal operation.  On such systems, the
	         offline operation is seldom useful.

	Select a disk device to disable [,list,q,?] list

	DEVICE       DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c3t5d0       -            -            online
	c3t6d0       -            -            online

	Select a disk device to disable [,list,q,?] c3t5d0

	Disable another device? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) n

 After disabling,	
	DEVICE       TYPE            DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c3t5d0s2     auto            -            -            offline

12. Mark a disk as a spare for a disk group

– This option sets up a disk to be used as a spare device for its disk group.
– A spare disk can be used to automatically relocate a subdisk that has failed. No space can be used on a disk that is marked as a spare.

Example: Marking the disk ‘c3t4d0s2’ as a spare disk for the disk group ‘oradg’

Output:
  	Select an operation to perform: 12

	Mark a disk as a spare for a disk group
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/MarkHotSpareDisk
	  Use this operation to mark a disk as a spare for a disk group.
	  This operation takes, as input, a disk name. This is the same name
	  that you gave to the disk when you added the disk to the disk group.

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] list

	DEVICE       TYPE            DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c3t1d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t1d0s2     oradg        online
	c3t2d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t2d0s2     oradg        online
	c3t3d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t3d0s2     oradg        online
	c3t4d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t4d0s2     oradg        online

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] 
	  VxVM  NOTICE V-5-2-252 Please enter a disk name, or type "list" to list all disks.

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] c3t4d0s2
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-219 Marking of c3t4d0s2 in oradg as a spare disk is complete.

	Mark another disk as a spare? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) 

	Volume Manager Support Operations
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk

  Sample Disk listing,
  	DEVICE       TYPE            DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c3t1d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t1d0s2     oradg        online
	c3t2d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t2d0s2     oradg        online
	c3t3d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t3d0s2     oradg        online
	c3t4d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t4d0s2     oradg        online spare

13. Turn off the spare flag for a disk

– This option removes a disk from those that can be used as a spare and returns its space to the general pool of available space.

Example: Removing the disk ‘c3t4d0s2’ from spare pool.

Output:
  	Select an operation to perform: 13  

	Turn off the spare flag on a disk
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/UnmarkHotSpareDisk
	  Use this operation to turn off the spare flag on a disk.
	  This operation takes, as input, a disk name. This is the same
	  name that you gave to the disk when you added the disk to the 
	  disk group.

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] list

	DEVICE       TYPE            DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c3t4d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t4d0s2     oradg        online spare

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] c3t4d0s2
	  VxVM  NOTICE V-5-2-143 Disk c3t4d0s2 in oradg no longer marked as a spare disk.

	Turn-off spare flag on another disk? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n)

14. Un-relocate subdisks back to a disk

– Use this operation to move subdisks which were hot-relocated back onto the original disk that has been replaced due to a disk failure.

Example: Performing unrelocating on volume testvol

Running volume used

  	v  testvol      -            ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   SELECT    -        fsgen
	pl testvol-01   testvol      ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   CONCAT    -        RW
	sd c4t9d0s2-01  testvol-01   c4t9d0s2 0        409600   0         c4t9d0   ENA
	pl testvol-02   testvol      ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   CONCAT    -        RW
	sd c4t10d0s2-01 testvol-02   c4t10d0s2 0       409600   0         c4t10d0  ENA

After failure,

	DEVICE       TYPE            DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c4t10d0s2    auto:cdsdisk    c4t10d0s2    testdg       online
	c4t11d0s2    auto:cdsdisk    c4t11d0s2    testdg       online
	-            -         c4t9d0s2     testdg       failed was:c4t9d0s2

After automatic hot relocation

  	v  testvol      -            ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   SELECT    -        fsgen
	pl testvol-01   testvol      ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   CONCAT    -        RW
	sd c4t11d0s2-01 testvol-01   c4t11d0s2 0       409600   0         c4t11d0  ENA
	pl testvol-02   testvol      ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   CONCAT    -        RW
	sd c4t10d0s2-01 testvol-02   c4t10d0s2 0       409600   0         c4t10d0  ENA
  
  Output:
	Select an operation to perform: 14

	Move hot-relocated subdisks back to a disk
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/UnrelocateDisk
	  Use this operation to move subdisks which were hot-relocated back
	  onto the original disk that has been replaced due to a disk failure. 
	  This operation takes, as input, the original disk name. If the
	  failed drive was replaced with a disk using a different name, this 
	  operation also provides an option to specify the new name.

	Enter the original disk name [,list,q,?] list

	c4t9d0s2

	Enter the original disk name [,list,q,?] c4t9d0s2

	Unrelocate to a new disk [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) 
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-942
	Requested operation is to move all the subdisks which were hot-relocated 
	  from c4t9d0s2 back to c4t9d0s2 of disk group testdg.

	Continue with operation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 

	Use -f option to unrelocate the subdisks if moving to the exact offset fails?
	[y,n,q,?]  (default: n) y
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-954 Unrelocate to disk c4t9d0s2 is complete.

	Unrelocate another disk? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) n

  After unrelocating subdisk,
  	v  testvol      -            ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   SELECT    -        fsgen
	pl testvol-01   testvol      ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   CONCAT    -        RW
	sd c4t9d0s2-UR-001 testvol-01 c4t9d0s2 0       409600   0         c4t9d0   ENA
	pl testvol-02   testvol      ENABLED  ACTIVE   409600   CONCAT    -        RW
	sd c4t10d0s2-01 testvol-02   c4t10d0s2 0       409600   0         c4t10d0  ENA

15. Exclude a disk from hot-relocation use

– Use this option to make a disk in the free pool not available for hot-relocation use.
– The space on the disk will remain as free space in the disk group, only not available for use by hot-relocation.

Example: Excluding disk ‘c3t4d0s2’ from hot relocation use

Output:
	Select an operation to perform: 15

	Exclude a disk from hot-relocation use
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/MarkNoHotUse
	  Use this operation to exclude a disk from hot-relocation use.
	  This operation takes, as input, a disk name. This is the same name
	  that you gave to the disk when you added the disk to the disk group.

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] list

	DEVICE       TYPE            DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c3t1d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t1d0s2     oradg        online
	c3t2d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t2d0s2     oradg        online
	c3t3d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t3d0s2     oradg        online
	c3t4d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t4d0s2     oradg        online

	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] c3t4d0s2
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-925 Excluding c3t4d0s2 in oradg from hot-relocation use is complete.

	Exclude another disk from hot-relocation use?
	[y,n,q,?]  (default: n) 

  Sample Disk listing,
	DEVICE       TYPE            DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c3t1d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t1d0s2     oradg        online
	c3t2d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t2d0s2     oradg        online
	c3t3d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t3d0s2     oradg        online
	c3t4d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t4d0s2     oradg        online nohotuse

16. Make a disk available for hot-relocation use

– Use this option to make a disk in the free pool available for hot-relocation use.
– This only applies to disks that were previously excluded from hot-relocation use.

Example: Making the disk ‘c3t4d0s2’ available for relocation

Output:
      	Select an operation to perform: 16 

      	Make a disk available for hot-relocation use

      Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/UnmarkNoHotUse
      	  Use this operation to make a disk available for hot-relocation
      	  use. This only applies to disks that were previously excluded
      	  from hot-relocation use.
      	  This operation takes, as input, a disk name. This is the same
      	  name that you gave to the disk when you added the disk to the 
      	  disk group.

      	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] list

      	DEVICE       TYPE            DISK         GROUP        STATUS
      	c3t4d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    c3t4d0s2     oradg        online nohotuse

      	Enter disk name [,list,q,?] c3t4d0s2
      	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-933 Making c3t4d0s2 in oradg available for hot-relocation use is complete.

      	Make another disk available for hot-relocation use?
      	[y,n,q,?]  (default: n) n

17. Prevent multipathing/Suppress devices from VxVM’s view

– Use this option to exclude devices from the view of VxVM or prevent them from being multipathed by vxdmp.

Example: Excluding controller ‘c4’ from VxVM;s view

Output:
 	Select an operation to perform: 17

	Exclude Devices
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/ExcludeDevices
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-5950
	This operation might lead to some devices being suppressed from VxVM's view
	(This operation can be reversed using the vxdiskadm command).

	Do you want to continue ? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 

	Volume Manager Device Operations
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/ExcludeDevices

	 1      Suppress all paths through a controller from VxVM's view
	 2      Suppress a path from VxVM's view
	 3      Suppress disks from VxVM's view by specifying a VID:PID combination
	 4      Suppress all paths to a disk
	 5      Prevent multipathing of all disks on a controller by VxVM
	 6      Prevent multipathing of a disk by VxVM
	 7      Prevent multipathing of disks by specifying a VID:PID combination
	 8      List currently suppressed devices

	 ?      Display help about menu
	 ??     Display help about the menuing system
	 q      Exit from menus

	Select an operation to perform: 1

	Exclude controllers from VxVM
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/ExcludeDevices/CTLR-VXVM
	  Use this operation to exclude all paths through a controller from VxVM.  

	  This operation can be reversed using the vxdiskadm command.
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-1263
	You can specify a controller name at the prompt. A controller name is of
	  the form c#, example c3, c11 etc. Enter 'all' to exclude all paths on all
	  the controllers on the host. To see the list of controllers on the system,
	  type 'list'.

	Enter a controller name [,all,list,list-exclude,q,?] list
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-1214 The following controllers were found on the system :

	   c1              c2              c3              c4              

	Hit RETURN to continue.  

	Enter a controller name [,all,list,list-exclude,q,?] c4
	VxVM vxdisk ERROR V-5-1-558 Disk c4t14d0s2: Disk not in the configuration
	VxVM vxdisk ERROR V-5-1-558 Disk c4t14d0s2: Disk not in the configuration
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-1306
	All paths to the following enclosures through controller c4 will be hidden
	  from VxVM as a result of this operation :

	   disk            

	Continue operation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 
	  VxVM  NOTICE V-5-2-4783
	The controller c4 will be disabled and the entries for paths on controller c4
	 will not be visible through VxVM utilities.

	Hit RETURN to continue.

	Do you wish to exclude more controllers ? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n)

18. Allow multi-pathing/Un-suppress devices from VxVM’s view

– Use this option to re-include devices (which were earlier excluded) to make them visible to VxVM again or let vxdmp multipath them again.

Example: Including VxVM to control disks from controller ‘C4’

Output:
  	Select an operation to perform: 18

	Include Devices
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/IncludeDevices
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-5947
	The devices selected in this operation will become visible to VxVM again.
	Only those devices which were previously excluded can be included again.

	Do you want to continue ? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y)  

	Volume Manager Device Operations
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/IncludeDevices

	 1      Unsuppress all paths through a controller from VxVM's view
	 2      Unsuppress a path from VxVM's view
	 3      Unsuppress disks from VxVM's view by specifying a VID:PID combination
	 4      Unsuppress all paths to a disk
	 5      Allow multipathing of all disks on a controller by VxVM
	 6      Allow multipathing of a disk by VxVM
	 7      Allow multipathing of disks by specifying a VID:PID combination
	 8      List currently suppressed devices

	 ?      Display help about menu
	 ??     Display help about the menuing system
	 q      Exit from menus

	Select an operation to perform: 1

	Re-include controllers in VxVM
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/IncludeDevices/CTLR-VXVM
	  Use this operation to make all paths through a controller visible to VxVM
	  again.  

	  As a result of this operation, all paths through the specified controller
	  will be made visible to VxVM again.
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-1264
	You can specify a controller name at the prompt. A controller name is of
	  the form c#, example c3, c11 etc. Enter 'all' to include all paths on all
	  controllers on the host.

	Enter a controller name [,all,list,list-exclude,q,?] list-exclude
	Devices excluded from VxVM:
	--------------------------
	Paths :         c1        
	Controllers :   c4      
	VID:PID : None
	--------------------------
	Hit RETURN to continue.

	Enter a controller name [,all,list,list-exclude,q,?] c4
	  VxVM  NOTICE V-5-2-1305
	All paths through controller c4 will be made visible VxVM again as a result of
	  this operation.

	Continue operation? [y,n,q,?]  (default: y) 

	Do you wish to include more controllers ? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n)

19. List currently suppressed/non-multipathed devices

– Use this option to list the devices that have been suppressed from VxVM’s view or prevented from being multipathed by vxdmp.

Example: Listing currently excluded devices

Output:
  	Select an operation to perform: 19

	Devices hidden from VxVM
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/listexclude
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-5949
	The following is the list of devices currently hidden from VxVM:

	Devices excluded from VxVM:
	--------------------------
	Paths :         c1        
	Controllers : None
	VID:PID : None
	--------------------------

20. Change the disk naming scheme

– Changes the disk naming scheme from the c#t#d# format to enclosure-based and vice versa.

Example: Changing Naming scheme from OSN(c#t#d#) to EBN (disk_#)

Output:
  	Select an operation to perform: 20

	Change the disk naming scheme
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/NamingScheme
	  Use this screen to change the disk naming scheme (from the c#t#d# format
	  to the enclosure based format and vice versa).
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-1421
	Volume Manager is currently using the c#t#d# naming format to name
	  disks on the system.

	Do you want to change the naming scheme ? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) y
	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-1366 The naming format has been changed.
	Hit RETURN to continue.

21. Get the newly connected/zoned disks in VxVM view

– This command will scan and configure any new disk devices that are attached to the host, disk devices that became online, or fibre channel devices that were zoned to host bus adapters connected to this host.
– It should be used whenever any disks are physically connected to the host or when fibre channel devices are zoned to the host.

Example: Adding newly added disks into VxVM control

	DEVICE       TYPE            DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c1t0d0s2     auto:sliced     rootdisk01   rootdg       online
	c2t0d0s2     auto:sliced     rootdisk02   rootdg       online
Output:
	Select an operation to perform: 21

	Bring newly added disks in VxVM control
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/Diskrefresh
	  This will bring the newly added or zoned devices in VxVM view

	Enter c to continue  [c,q,?]  (default: c) 

	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-1401 This command may take a few minutes to complete execution
	Executing Solaris command: devfsadm (part 1 of 2) at 19:18:34 IST
	Executing VxVM command: vxdctl enable (part 2 of 2) at 19:18:36 IST
	Command completed at 19:18:38 IST

	Hit RETURN to continue.

Newly added disks,

  	DEVICE       TYPE            DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c1t0d0s2     auto:sliced     rootdisk01   rootdg       online
	c2t0d0s2     auto:sliced     rootdisk02   rootdg       online
	c4t9d0s2     auto:cdsdisk    -            -            online
	c4t10d0s2    auto:cdsdisk    -            -            online
	c4t11d0s2    auto:cdsdisk    -            -            online
	c4t12d0s2    auto:cdsdisk    -            -            online
	c4t13d0s2    auto:cdsdisk    -            -            online

22. Change/Display the default disk layouts

– Use this option to display the default disk layout that will be used by the Volume Manager for initializing a VxVM disk or for encapsulating a disk.
– This menu operation can also be used to set preferences for the default disk layouts.

Example: Changing & Displaying the default disk layout

Output:
  	Select an operation to perform: 22

	Volume Manager Preferences
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/Preferences

	 1      Change/View preferences for use when initializing new disks
	 2      Change/View preferences for use when encapsulating disks

	 ?      Display help about menu
	 ??     Display help about the menuing system
	 q      Exit from menus

	Select an operation to perform: 1

	Volume Manager Disk Initialization Preferences
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/Preferences/DiskInitialization

	 1      Store preferred format for initializing new disks
	 2      Store preferred private region length for initializing new disks
	 3      Remove all stored preferences
	 4      List currently stored preferences
	 5      Quit disk initialization preferences

	 ?      Display help about menu
	 ??     Display help about the menuing system
	 q      Exit from menus

	Select an operation to perform: 
	  VxVM  ERROR V-5-2-302 Selection not recognized, enter ?? for help

	Select an operation to perform: 1

	Enter the desired format
	[cdsdisk,sliced,simple,q,?]  (default: cdsdisk) 

	Volume Manager Disk Initialization Preferences
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/Preferences/DiskInitialization

	 1      Store preferred format for initializing new disks
	 2      Store preferred private region length for initializing new disks
	 3      Remove all stored preferences
	 4      List currently stored preferences
	 5      Quit disk initialization preferences

	 ?      Display help about menu
	 ??     Display help about the menuing system
	 q      Exit from menus

	Select an operation to perform: 4

	  VxVM  INFO V-5-2-2068 The preferred format for initializing new disks is: cdsdisk

	Hit RETURN to continue.

23. Dynamic Reconfiguration Operations

 Output:
	Select an operation to perform: 23

	Dynamic Reconfiguration Operations

	WARN: Please Do not Run any Device Discovery Operations outside the Tool during Reconfiguration operations
	INFO: Collecting OS Version Info
	INFO: Collecting Leadville Driver Info
	INFO: Collecting SF Product version Info
	INFO: Checking if MPXIO is enabled
	INFO: Checking if Multipathing is PowerPath
	INFO: Checking if OS and VM Device Tree are in Sync
	cfgadm: Configuration administration not supported

	------------------------------------------------------------------------------
	OS                            : SunOS                           |PASS
	OS Version                    : 5.10                            |PASS
	Leadville Driver Version      : v20121113-1.151                 |PASS
	SF Product Version            : 6.0.100.000                     |PASS
	Architecture                  : i386                            |FAIL
	Is MPXIO Enabled ?            : No                              |PASS
	Is Multipathing Powerpath     : No                              |PASS
	Is OS & VM Device Tree in Sync: Yes                             |PASS
	Is cfgadm working?            : No                              |FAIL
	Any Device Failing/Unusable   :                                 |FAIL
	-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
	FATAL: pre-check failed. Exiting Tool...

	Press  or  to continue: 

	Specify Dynamic Reconfiguration Operation to be done: 
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/DynamicReconfigurationOperations 

	 1      Add Luns 
	 2      Remove Luns 
	 3      Replace Luns 
	 4      Replace HBA 

	 ?      Display help about menu
	 ??     Display help about the menuing system
	 q      Exit 

	Select an operation to perform : q

	Exiting the Current DMP-DR Run of the Tool

24.List disk information

– Use this option to display the list of disks attached to your system. This will also list removed or failed disks.

Example: Listing all disks & detailed information for a specific disk

Output:
	Select an operation to perform: list

	List disk information
	Menu: VolumeManager/Disk/ListDisk
	  Use this option to display a list of disks.  You can
	  also choose to list detailed information about the disk at
	  a specific disk device address.

	Enter disk device or all [address,all,q,?]  (default: all) 

	DEVICE       DISK         GROUP        STATUS
	c1t0d0       rootdisk01   rootdg       online
	c2t0d0       rootdisk02   rootdg       online
	c4t9d0       -            -            online invalid
	c4t10d0      -            -            online invalid
	c4t11d0      -            -            online invalid
	c4t12d0      -            -            online invalid
	c4t13d0      -            -            online invalid
	c4t14d0      -            -            online invalid

	Device to list in detail [address,none,q,?]  (default: none) c4t10d0

	Device:    c4t10d0s2
	devicetag: c4t10d0
	type:      auto
	info:      format=none
	flags:     online ready private autoconfig invalid
	pubpaths:  block=/dev/vx/dmp/c4t10d0s2 char=/dev/vx/rdmp/c4t10d0s2
	guid:      -
	udid:      OPNFILER%5FVIRTUAL-DISK%5FDISKS%5FOPNFILER3nfUf2-Y2Rj-gFJ3
	site:      -
	Multipathing information:
	numpaths:   1
	c4t10d0s2       state=enabled

	List another disk device? [y,n,q,?]  (default: n) n
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