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Data placement in SVM

Is it possible to place the data in inner or outer edge with SVM ( solaris volume manager ) or VxVM like we can do in AIX LVM ?
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You don't need SVM for that, you select the part of the disk used when you slice up the disk with the format(1m) command before you then use SVM to mirror, stripe and allocate hotspares.

The following is helpful concerning format:
BigAdmin Submitted Article: The 'format' Utility in the Solaris Operating System

Whether the low numbered sectors or the high numbered sectors are at the edge of the disk I cannot remember and may depend on the disk manufacturer?

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