2 Replies Latest reply: Nov 4, 2011 12:40 AM by muhammad RSS

    creating single mount point

    muhammad
      hi ,

      I am new in this field,we are using solaris 10,we have two unpartation name
      /dev/md/rdsk/d110 and /dev/md/rdsk/d111 with size 500gb each.

      Now actually i want to create a single mount point /u06 and assign both 500gb unallocated space to /u06 to became the size 1 terabyte for /u06 mount point.

      i have use newfs command for /dev/md/rdsk/d110 to create mount point /u06 becoming size 500gb, but dont know how to assign /dev/md/rdsk/d111 to /u06 so that a single mount point with size 1tb is created?

      I have use growfs command to add space but did not succeed.

      Any support regarding this issue should be appreciated.

      Best Regards
      Zeeshan
        • 1. Re: creating single mount point
          bobthesungeek76036
          Why don't you just create one metadevice with both disks? If you post the output of:

          metastat d110 d111

          we can probably help you out.
          • 2. Re: creating single mount point
            muhammad
            Thanks for your response.
            Below is the output. I have created file system using newfs command on both metadevice, so i think we should initially remove the file system from both metadevices before combining it to single one.



            root@mtcetl # metastat /dev/md/dsk/d110 /dev/md/dsk/d111

            d110: Concat/Stripe
            Size: 1057686480 blocks (504 GB)
            Stripe 0:
            Device Start Block Dbase Reloc
            /dev/dsk/emcpower26a 0 No No

            d111: Concat/Stripe
            Size: 1057686480 blocks (504 GB)
            Stripe 0:
            Device Start Block Dbase Reloc
            /dev/dsk/emcpower25a 0 No No

            Device Relocation Information:
            Device Reloc Device ID
            /dev/dsk/emcpower26a No -
            /dev/dsk/emcpower25a No -


            Output of /etc/vfstab
            *****************
            /dev/md/dsk/d110 /dev/md/rdsk/d110 /u06 ufs - yes
            -


            Regards
            Zeeshan