arcconf modify

Description

Morphs a logical device from one raid level to another (RAID Level Migration). Expands a logical device from original to one with larger capacity (Online Capacity Expansion). Can be used to make mirrored sets.

Syntax

MODIFY <Controller#> FROM <LogicalDrive#>
TO [Options] <Size> <RAID#> <CHANNEL# DRIVE#> [CHANNEL# DRIVE#] [noprompt]

Parameters

Controller#
The controller number
From
Indicates that the logical drive to be modified will follow
LogicalDrive#
The logical drive number
TO

Indicates that the modifications will follow

Options:

  • Stripesize—indicates the stripe size in KB. Options are 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512, and 1024. the default is 256KB.
  • init_priority—is the priority level of the modification. Options are low, med, and high.
  • Legs— is the number of subarrays for a RAID level-50 or RAID level 60 array. Possible values are 2-16 legs and 3-16 drives/leg (to 48 drives maximum).

Size is one of the following values:

  • MAX indicates that you want to use all available space on the disk.
  • Desired size in MB.

RAID# is the RAID level for the logical drive 0, 1, 5, 5EE, or 10.

Note: The CHANNEL# and DRIVE# parameters is the list of devices that will contain the target modification object. Channel and Drive are repeatable parameters.

Channel# is the channel number for the device.

Drive# is the device_ID (device number) for the device.

Noprompt is an optional parameter that overrides the user prompt.

Example

ARCCONF MODIFY 1 FROM 2 TO 2048 0 0 123 0 124 0 117

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