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creating a single mount point [message #529869] Thu, 03 November 2011 08:17 Go to next message
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hi ,

I am new in this field,we are using solaris 10,we have two unpartation name
/dev/md/rdsk/d110 and /dev/md/rdsk/d111 with size 500gb each.

Now actually i want to create a single mount point /u06 and assign both 500gb unallocated space to /u06 to became the size 1 terabyte for /u06 mount point.

i have use newfs command for /dev/md/rdsk/d110 to create mount point /u06 becoming size 500gb, but dont know how to assign /dev/md/rdsk/d111 to /u06 so that a single mount point with size 1tb is created?

I have use growfs command to add space but did not succeed.

Any support regarding this issue should be appreciated.

Best Regards
Re: creating a single mount point [message #529886 is a reply to message #529869] Thu, 03 November 2011 09:04 Go to previous message
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