Combining allocation policies

If you select inter-disk and intra-disk policies that are not compatible, you might get unpredictable results.

The system assigns physical partitions by allowing one policy to take precedence over the other. For example, if you choose an intra-disk policy of center and an inter-disk policy of minimum, the inter-disk policy takes precedence. The system places all of the partitions for the logical volume on one disk if possible, even if the partitions do not all fit into the center region. Make sure you understand the interaction of the policies you choose before implementing them.