Reconfiguring Some Disks - An Example of Using Some Logical Volume Commands

I have always advised in my books and articles to take great care when you first set up disks on your HP-UX systems to make sure the disk layout you select is one you can live with for a long time. No matter how careful you are, however, you often need to perform some logical volume reconfiguration. It is much more difficult to make changes to an existing logical volume layout than it is to set up your system correctly when it is first installed. This section describes the steps performed to make some changes to the dump and mirror on an existing system.

This is not a procedure you should follow. It is an example of some advanced Logical Volume Manager (LVM) commands ...

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