The following figure shows a RAID-1 volume that duplicates the root file system (/) over two physical disks. State database replicas (metadbs) are placed on both disks.
Figure 12–2 shows a system with the following configuration.
The root file system (/) on hdisk0 is included in the single-slice concatenation that is named d31.
A single-slice concatenation that is named d32 is created on the hard disk that is named hdisk1.
The mirror that is named d30 consists of the submirrors that are named d31 and d32.
The mirror duplicates the data in the root file system on both submirrors.
State database replicas are created on slices both hdisk0 and hdisk1.
For an example profile that uses the custom JumpStart installation method to create this configuration
For instructions about how to create RAID-1 volumes with Solaris Live Upgrade