Posted on 2006-03-29
Last Modified: 2013-12-06
how do i know which volume manager is installed on unix (OSF1)

like i have veritas on SUNOS and HP-UX, where i can use /etc/vx/bin/vxdiskunsetup

how can i use that on OSF1 or AIX /etc/vx/bin/vxdiskunsetup this does not exists on these two boxes.
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    i.g. you cannot without asking your admin.
    Sometimes it's possible to check with df and analyze the output where the raw device files dive hints about the used volume manager, or there is a unique process or kernel driver running which can be seen with ps.
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    on aix run "smitty lvm"
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