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Operating Systems AIX Upgrading from native MPIO to SDDPCM AIX 6.1 Post 302513102 by mk8570 on Tuesday 12th of April 2011 10:32:38 AM
These commands are not available, since sdd drivers are not installed. These commands are only available if sdd or sddpcm drivers are installed.
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VGIMPORTCLONE(8)					      System Manager's Manual						  VGIMPORTCLONE(8)

vgimportclone - import and rename duplicated volume group (e.g. a hardware snapshot) SYNOPSIS
vgimportclone [-n|--basevgname VolumeGroupName] [-i|--import] PhysicalVolume [PhysicalVolume...] DESCRIPTION
vgimportclone is used to import a duplicated VG (e.g. hardware snapshot). Duplicate VG(s) and PV(s) are not able to be used until they are made to coexist with the origin VG(s) and PV(s). vgimportclone renames the VG associated with the specified PV(s) and changes the associ- ated VG and PV UUIDs. OPTIONS
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LVM_BINARY The LVM2 binary to use. Defaults to "lvm". EXAMPLES
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lvm(8) Red Hat, Inc. LVM TOOLS 2.02.95(2) (2012-03-06) VGIMPORTCLONE(8)

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