To make a newly installed shared disk to be visible from lspv command (AIX)

Posted on 2006-03-21
Last Modified: 2013-11-17
Do you know the procedure/steps after installing a shared disk on the AIX nodes before it become visible to the system (i.e. lspv command)? How can I identify which device name is associated to the said disk?
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    If the shared disk is being used in an HACMP cluster, consult the HACMP documentation.

    If the shared disk is being used in an Oracle RAC cluster, consult the RAC documentation.

    If the shared disk is being used in a GPFS cluster, consult the GPFS documentation.

    If the shared disk is being used in a Veritas cluster, consult the Veritas documentation.

    If none of the above, pls say in what way the disk is shared.

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