System Administration Guide
Chapter 8, Administering virtual disks

Chapter 8

Chapter 8<P> Administering virtual disks Administering virtual disks

A virtual disk is a set of disks configured into a disk array to provide improved system performance and increased data reliability. The disk array is seen by the applications that use it as a single (virtual) disk. Consequently, applications do not need any modifications to make use of the performance improvements that come with virtual disks.

Manage virtual disks using the Virtual Disk Manager.

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