Script Commands 227
Set Disk Group
This command defines the properties for a disk group.
set diskGroup [diskGroupName]
enclosureID2,slotID2 ... enclosureIDn,slotIDn)
raidLevel=(0 | 1 | 5 | 6)
owner=(0 | 1)
NOTE: When using this command, you can specify one or more of the parameters.
You do not, however, need to use all of the parameters. Using too many parameters
can cause host I/O errors or result in internal controller reboots because the time
period ends before the disk group definition is set.
file Name of the file to which to save the storage array
support-related data. You must put quotation marks
(" ") around the file name.
diskGroup Sequence number of the disk group for which to set properties.
You must put brackets ([ ]) around the disk group number.
Identifies the physical disk by enclosure and slot location to
include in the disk group. Enclosure ID values are 0 to 99. Slot ID
values are 0 to 31. You must put parentheses around the enclosure
ID values and the slot ID values.
raidLevel The RAID level for the disk group. Valid values are 0, 1, 5, or 6.
owner The RAID controller module that owns the disk group. Valid RAID
controller module identifiers are 0 or 1, where 0 is the RAID
controller module in slot 0, and 1 is the RAID controller module in
slot 1. Use this parameter only if you want to change the disk
book.book Page 227 Wednesday, June 8, 2011 12:20 PM