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Solaris Volume Manager Administration Guide
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1.  Getting Started With Solaris Volume Manager

Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap--What's New

Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap--Storage Capacity

Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap--Availability

Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap--I/O Performance

Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap--Administration

Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap--Troubleshooting

2.  Storage Management Concepts

3.  Solaris Volume Manager Overview

4.  Solaris Volume Manager for Sun Cluster (Overview)

5.  Configuring and Using Solaris Volume Manager (Scenario)

6.  State Database (Overview)

7.  State Database (Tasks)

8.  RAID-0 (Stripe and Concatenation) Volumes (Overview)

9.  RAID-0 (Stripe and Concatenation) Volumes (Tasks)

10.  RAID-1 (Mirror) Volumes (Overview)

11.  RAID-1 (Mirror) Volumes (Tasks)

12.  Soft Partitions (Overview)

13.  Soft Partitions (Tasks)

14.  RAID-5 Volumes (Overview)

15.  RAID-5 Volumes (Tasks)

16.  Hot Spare Pools (Overview)

17.  Hot Spare Pools (Tasks)

18.  Disk Sets (Overview)

19.  Disk Sets (Tasks)

20.  Maintaining Solaris Volume Manager (Tasks)

21.  Best Practices for Solaris Volume Manager

22.  Top-Down Volume Creation (Overview)

23.  Top-Down Volume Creation (Tasks)

24.  Monitoring and Error Reporting (Tasks)

25.  Troubleshooting Solaris Volume Manager (Tasks)

A.  Important Solaris Volume Manager Files

B.  Solaris Volume Manager Quick Reference

C.  Solaris Volume Manager CIM/WBEM API


Solaris Volume Manager Roadmap—I/O Performance

For Instructions
Tune RAID-1 volume readanwrite policies
Specify the read and write policies for a RAID-1 volume to improve I/O performance for a given configuration.
Optimize device performance
Create RAID-0 (stripe) volumes to optimize I/O performance of devices that make up the stripe. The interlace value can be optimized for random or sequential access.
Maintain device performance within a RAID-0 (stripe)
Expand a stripe or concatenation that has run out of space by concatenating a new component to it. A concatenation of stripes is better for I/O performance than a concatenation of slices.