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Implementing the IBM Storwize V5000 by Paulo Tomiyoshi Takeda, Chris Tapsell, Lee Sirett, Adam Lyon-Jones, Jon Tate

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Volume configuration
This chapter describes how to use the IBM Storwize V5000 to create and map volumes. A volume is a logical disk on the IBM Storwize V5000 that is provisioned out of a storage pool. Mappings are defined in IBM Storwize V5000 between volumes and host objects, at which point the storage is ready to be used by the host operating systems.
For information about preparing host operating systems and creating host objects in IBM Storwize V5000, see Chapter 4, “Host configuration” on page 155.
The first part of this chapter describes ...

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