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For someone who blogs so frequently about the IBM XIV, I will let you in on a little pet hate of mine: The XIV uses decimal volume sizes. The XIV GUI and CLI has the user create volumes using decimal sizing, meaning 1 GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes (1000 to...
AnthonyEnglish Tags: mb size lsdev lspv getconf volume_group aix gb deprecated disk "lspv_size" vios bootinfo san lun physical 6 Comments 48,335 Visits
Give bootinfo the boot If you want to get the size of a disk (virtual or physical), you can use the AIX getconf command . getconf DISK_SIZE /dev/hdisk0 140013 The size is reported in MB, so the disk above is a 140 GB disk. You could use the bootinfo -s,...
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