To delete a disk from a disk set, use one of the following methods:
From the Enhanced Storage tool within the Solaris Management Console, open the Disk Sets node. Click the right mouse on the Disk Set that you want to release. Then choose Properties from the menu. Click the Disks tab. Follow the instructions in the online help.
Use the following form of the metaset command to delete a disk from a disk set.
# metaset -s diskset-name -d disk-name
Specifies the name of a disk set on which to delete the disk.
Specifies the disks to delete from the disk set. Disk names are in the form cxtxdx. The “sx” slice identifiers are not included when deleting a disk from a disk set.
See the metaset(1M) man page for more information.
Verify that the disk has been deleted from the disk.
# metaset -s diskset-name
To delete a disk set, you must first delete all the disks from the disk set.
The following example shows the deletion of the disk, c1t6d0 from the disk set, blue.
host1# metaset -s blue -d c1t6d0 host1# metaset -s blue Set name = blue, Set number = 1 Host Owner host1 host2 Drive Dbase c2t6d0 Yes