How to Remove existing filesystems from Veritas Volume Manager

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Yogesh Raheja

Yogesh working as a Consultant in Unix Engineering by profession. And he has multiple years experience in Solaris, Linux , AIX and Veritas Administration. He has been certified for SCSA9, SCSA10, SCNA10, VXVM, VCS, ITILv3. He is very much passionate about sharing his knowledge with others. Specialties: Expertize in Unix/Solaris Server, Linux (RHEL), AIX, Veritas Volume Manager, ZFS, Liveupgrades, Storage Migrations, Cluster deployment (VCS and HACMP) and administration and upgrade on Banking, Telecom, IT Infrastructure, and Hosting Services.

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  1. Avatar kishore duggirala says:

    good doc yogesh.

  2. Avatar Yigesh Raheja says:

    @Kishore, thanks mate.

  3. Avatar Sateesh says:

    good one :)

  4. Avatar Yogesh Raheja says:

    @Sateesh, thank you :)

  5. Avatar John says:

    Yogesh, the way you explained is really superb!!

  6. Avatar Yogesh Raheja says:

    @John, I will keep this compliment in my pocket!!!…:-), thank you.

  7. Avatar sekhar says:

    hi yogesh,

    need procedure for kernel patch in solaris 10

  8. Avatar MS says:

    good one…

  9. Avatar Yogesh Raheja says:

    @Saurabh, thanks…

  10. Avatar Vignesh says:

    Yogesh, whenever i have doubt, i’m always refering this document. Now i have a doubt in open files. In linux, using lsof command to find the open files PID to kill, but in solaris how it possible? fuser -cu doesn’t showing PID,running process, memory consuming.
    suggest the command equal to lsof, Thanks for this article.

  11. Ramdev Ramdev says:

    I do use this if i have to know all the openfiles and corresponding pids related to a filesystem

     # /usr/bin/pfiles `/usr/sbin/fuser -c /data  2>/dev/null` | /usr/bin/egrep ‘^[0-9]|/data’

    how it works?

    fuser -c will list all the PIDs which are using the /data, and “2> /dev/null ” moves any errors or warning to /dev/null.  the output of fuser will be passed to pfiles ( the command used to find openfiles related a specific process), and from the output we are filtering only openfiles related to data and the lines which are having PID.

  12. Avatar jeeva says:

    use pfiles command

  13. Avatar Safi says:

    How do you perform same steps in VCS considering DG is a part of VCS.

  14. Yogesh . nice to see your document . good one !!

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