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I want to create a single volume of two partitions.

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I have two partitions on different hard disks.How do I add them as a single volume ?
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Question by:anil27
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by:Otetelisanu
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You can use ln -s
look man ln

NOTES  A symbolic link to a directory behaves differently than  you might  expect  in  certain  cases.  While an ls(1) on such a link displays the files in the pointed-to directory, an  `ls-l' displays information about the link itself:

example% ln -s dir line
example% ls link
file1 file2 file3 file4
example% ls -l link
lrwxrwxrwx  1 user            7 Jan 11 23:27 link -> dir

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Or do you mean how do I create one mountable volume out of these two partitions?

To do this you need disk management software such as Veritas Volume Manager Or Solstice Disksuite. I think disksuite comes bundled with Solaris know, and allows you to `glue` partitions together to create a single mountable device.

Veritas Volume Manager is a little more complicated in so far as it is not limited by the number of partitions available on a disk.
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Hi,
As what jonke said.

1. using growfs command in solstice disksuite software.
 **integrated in Solaris 9, but have to install separately in solaris 2.8 and below.

the URL dor man growfs plus the example.

http://www.infobiogen.fr/doc/info/disksuite_4.1/man/growfs.1m.html

BTW, r u using any of those software?
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