Listing details of volume sets


Listing details of volume sets

To list the details of the component volumes of a volume set, use the following command:

# vxvset [-g diskgroup] list [volset]

If the name of a volume set is not specified, the command lists the details of all volume sets in a disk group, as shown in the following example:

# vxvset -g mydg list

NAME         GROUP      NVOLS      CONTEXT
set1         mydg           3      -
set2         mydg           2      -

To list the details of each volume in a volume set, specify the name of the volume set as an argument to the command:

# vxvset -g mydg list set1

VOLUME           INDEX           LENGTH         KSTATE        CONTEXT
vol1                 0         12582912        ENABLED        -
vol2                 1         12582912        ENABLED        -
vol3                 2         12582912        ENABLED        -

The context field contains details of any string that the application has set up for the volume or volume set to tag its purpose.

See About volume sets

Terms of use for this information are found in Legal Notices.



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