[rescue] So, I'm bringing up my E3000....
fdion at atriumwindows.com
Thu Apr 8 08:38:11 CDT 2004
Skeezics Boondoggle wrote:
>On Wed, 7 Apr 2004, Brian Dunbar wrote:
>>Yah, I've thought some and the situation applied to a specific
>>instance, specific machine, a few jobs ago. My production boxes boot
>>to a mirrored disk, so I dunno why that folklore was jammed in there.
>>I've excised it.
>Sorry to chime in late, but I've always used mirrored root disks (with
>DiskSuite, not Veritas) for a couple of reasons:
>3. Sun now actually recommends doing it the way I've been doing it for
>years before they published their Blueprints(tm) series of "best
Under S9, you can use SVM (Solaris Volume manager).
There is a good blueprint to read:
"Configuring Boot Disks with Solaris Volume Manager Software"
by Erik Vanden Meersch and Kristien Hens
Sun BluePrints Online - October 2002
Even talks about 3 disk configuration (mirrored pair + 1) and
contingency vs hot spare.
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