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UNDERSTANDING LVM

Logical Volume Manager (LVM) is a storage management system that lets you allocate and manage disk space for file systems or raw data. Historically, you treated your disks individually and in terms of fixed-sized partitions; each disk or partition held a file system, swap space, boot area, or raw data. 854 more words

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HP SMH HP-UX

The HP SMH configuration is based on environment variables and tags that are set by the /opt/hpsmh/lbin/envvars, /opt/hpsmh/conf.common/smhpd.xml and /opt/hpsmh/conf/timeout.conf files. To change the default configuration, you can modify the files to properly set the value of the following variables and tag. 348 more words

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CLEARING THE MAIL QUEUE

The mail queue is a directory where outbound emails sit (queue) while awaiting delivery.

Generally mail piles up in the queue when they can not be delivered. 71 more words

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UNDERSTANDING HP-UX PATCHING

Patch management is carried out to reduce the risk of potential problems arising out of the system crashes, panics, memory leaks, data corruption, application failures, and security breaches. 169 more words

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What is difference between npar and vpar

nPar

vPars is a Virtual Partitions product that enables you to run multiple instances of HP-UX simultaneously on one hard partition by dividing that hard partition further into virtual partitions. 553 more words

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HP-UX PATCHING

HP releases patches to deliver incremental updates to your system. Patches are best known for delivering defect fixes, but also deliver new functionality and features, enable new hardware, and update firmware. 359 more words

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showing multiple disks for single LUN

Use the agile device file (/dev/disk/diskxxx) for LVM, each LUN has only 1.

# ioscan -fNCdisk

# ioscan -m dsf

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