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SDD SDDPCM MPIO lspath Jargon

Can anyone recommend me some reading material surrounding how AIX handles LUNs:
- with and without MPIO installed
- with and without SDD or SDDPCM installed
Where does lspath sit in all of this (MPIO layer?). Can a system be built with just MPIO software? Is MPIO software even needed?

I guess I am trying to conceptualize what is seen on a system before and after you install the above software.

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