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# 8  
Old 02-04-2002
Hi folks,

Do you know where I can possibly get the veritas software for the SCO to change the fs size if it'll solve the problem with ease. What is the price range like to make a complete suggestion.

Thanks for your concerns so far.

Sola
# 9  
Old 02-04-2002
Go to www.veritas.com

They should have pricing and availability there. Go to the "products" tab.
# 10  
Old 02-04-2002
Hi,
I tried veritas.com site and searched for a product for File and Volume management, Enterprise and Datacenter, SCO UNix and Caldera Openserver.

It came with "No record for search criteria"

You know any existing one for my type of system?

Thanks.

Sola
# 11  
Old 02-08-2002
Veritas

Hi you all. As I see you are using "something" to handle a RAID 5 for SCO (perhaps Volume Manager) but is no necesary that VM handles File system resizing it can be done with a VFS, it means, you need another third party software. I guess there is no any VxFS for SCO.

cheers Smilie

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