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
Manage virtual disks using the
Virtual Disk Manager.
About virtual disks
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003