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Figure 4-37 Disk selection for creating new volume
2. The manual disk selection is needed to create the volume. Choose Manually
select disk to use for this volume. Click Next. You will see a window similar
to Figure 4-38 on page 55.
Note: If you choose Let Volume Manager decide what disks to use for
this volume in Figure 4-37, you would skip this step.
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Figure 4-38 Disk selection for creating new volume continue
3. Select the disk for your volume and click Next. For this example, we selected
pdcdg01 and pdcdg02.
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Figure 4-39 Name and size definition for creating new volume
4. You define the name and the size of the new volume in Figure 4-39. In this
example, we entered datavol as our Volume name, and we used all the
space available. Under the Layout area, select Concatenated. Click Next.
You will see a window similar to Figure 4-40 on page 57.
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Figure 4-40 File system definition for creating new volume
5. In Figure 4-40, you should define the file system type and mount point for
creating the file system on the volume. Select Create a file system. Then
select vxfs as the file system type. Under the Mount Options Mount point type
/data. Click Create mount point and Honor setuid. Click Next to continue.
A window similar to Figure 4-41 on page 58 will appear showing a summary.
Note: In this example, we selected the vxfs file system type to allow for
increasing and decreasing file system size without unmounting the file