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System Management Guide: Operating System and Devices
The following procedure describes
how to remove a disk that contains data, in order to move the disk to another
system without turning the system off.
The disk you are removing must be
in a separate non-rootvg volume group. To verify that the disk is in a
separate non-rootvg volume group, list configuration information for volume
groups see Managing Logical Volume Storage.
- Unmount any file systems
on the logical volumes on the disk using the procedure Mounting or Unmounting a File System.
- Deactivate and export
the volume group in which the disk resides; unconfigure the disk and turn
it off using the procedure Remove a disk with data
from the operating system.
If the operation is successful, a
message indicates the cabinet number and disk number of the disk to be
- If the disk is placed at
the front side of the cabinet, the disk shutter automatically opens.
- Ensure that the yellow
LED is off for the disk you want to remove.
- Physically remove the
disk. For more information about the removal procedure, see the section
on removal in 7013 J Series Service Guide.
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