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How to create a Virtual Disk using a Sun Storegetek Common Array Manager (CAM)

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Hello experts,

I don't own a Sun STK 6540, but I am trying to learn how to administer it

I have found alot of procedures and documentations about this storage's administration (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E19381-01/819-5050-10/819-5050-10.pdf) , but unfortunately, none of these documentations explain how to create a VirtualDisk.
Virtual DiskDo you guys know how to do it? Do you please have screenshots?
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If you look at page 122 of a PDF file you linked you find all information necessary. There is no walkthrough or wizard interface since virtual disk aka LUN parameters are given all at once.
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i don't see any wizard on page 122, are you sure?
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Yes - there is text explanation without pictures.
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can't find it on page 122
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Page 122 has number 106 on it.
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