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How do you make logical volumes in Solaris 2.6.  I think I have to buy a third party software and if so does anyone know a good one???  
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For solaris systems you could either use Solstice disk Suite which is marketed by sun Microsystems
or you could get
Veritas - Which is a third party tool.

Both these are good and easy to use. I prefer veritas over solstice disk suite.


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I think you can use only ODS (Solstice Disk Suite), because Veritas is vorking only with the Sparc Storage Array.
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