Category: Blog for Unix Admin

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SAN (Storage area Networking) for System Administrators

 In conventional IT systems, storage devices are connected to servers by means of SCSI cables. The idea behind storage networks is that these SCSI cables are replaced by a network, which is installed in addition to the existing LAN.  Server and storage devices can exchange data...

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SAN Storage Configuration – Solaris 10 with native multipathing and veritas volume manager

  Here you go with the procedure to configure SAN ( EMC ) storage with native multipathing and veritas volume manager. You dont need to go with complete procedure in a single read, because it has different tasks involved and the procedure was well implemented on...

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SAN Storage Operations for Enterprise System Administrators

 Enterprise Unix system administrators  will always have  two challenges, every day, to deal with  … the first one is  providing sufficient Computing resources for the  business applications and the second one is providing  sufficient storage for the business applications.  We will discuss about managing computing resources(  CPU...

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Solaris Troubleshooting SDS/SVM: How to Replace a Disk which contained Soft Partitions with

When trying to access a soft partition after a disk replacement, the metareplace command or any direct I/O to a soft partition will fail with the following types of errors: In an instance where d68 is the mirror device, and d28 is a soft partition inside one of...

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