Mirroring Plexes

Posted on 2006-04-19
Last Modified: 2010-04-03
Hello All,
I am aware that mirroring is done at the volume level in veritas volume manager.
But, in my environment I have a requirement.
I have to mirror a group of plexes to a single plex of bigger size.
But I don't have a command for that. vxassist doesn't show the options that meet my requirements.
Can anyone suggest any command for this?
A quick response would be greatly appreciated.

Question by:MaxAix
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    Accepted Solution

    You may mirror only plex to plex, one-to-one, not many-to-one.
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    Expert Comment

    by:Duncan Meyers
    Your only possible solution is to do this at the file level with the OS. As Nopius says, you cannot do what you want with VVM.

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