RAID Unix command


 
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RAID Unix command

Is there a command used to determine whether or not a machine has been RAIDed besides using 'df -k'. I am interested b/c I am writing a script where I would like to receive some sort of notification as to whether or not a machine has been RAIDed. The simpler the info returned back, the better. Any help would be appreciated.

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Zuinc
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You could check to see if the software is loaded but that doesn't mean it is being used. You may also miss the software (Solaris has it's own - DiskSuite but many use the Veritas Volume Manager). Each OS will be different so the easiest way to see it is to use df -k.

Veritas commands that may help you: vxprint, vxstat, vxdisk list.
DiskSuite (Solaris only): metastat

I'm sure the commands to check on AIX, HP-UX, and others are completely different - which is why df -k is used.
thehoghunter
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if you want to find out on aix this is what i use to tell me LOTS of stuff but you can figure out if your mirrored via the manual method.

Code:
echo ------ DISKINFO SCRIPT by: dooley.michael@con-way.com ------
echo HOST:      `hostname`
echo DATE:      `date +%Y-%m-%d`
echo

PV=`lspv|awk '{ print $1 }'`
VG=`lsvg`
# List of Physical Drives
echo ------ PHYSICAL DRIVES ------
lspv
echo

# Pageing Space
echo ------ PAGEING SPACE ------
lsps -a
echo

for i in $VG;do
lv_disk=`lsvg -l $i|awk '{ print $1}'|grep -v $i|grep -v LV`

        echo
        echo ------ VOLUME GROUP INFO \($i\) ------
        lsvg $i
        echo
        echo ------ LOGICAL VOLUME NAME \($i\) ------
        lsvg -l $i
        echo
#       echo ------ HDISKS USED FOR \($i/$g\) ------
#       lslv -l $g
#       echo
#       echo ------ FILESYSTEM LAYOUT ON DISKS \($i/$g\) ------
#       lslv -m $g
#       echo
done



for i in $PV;do
        echo
        echo ------ DISK STATS ON \($i\) ------
        lspv $i
        echo
        echo ------ FILESYSTEMS ON \($i\) ------

# Filesystems per disk

        lspv -l $i
        echo
        echo ------ SPACE AVALIABLE \($i\) ------

# Free space per disk

#        lslv -p $i
        lspv -p $i
        echo
done

echo ------ END OF FILE ------

 

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