In addition to bug fixes, the following changes and enhancements were made in the November 2012 Scheduled Maintenance for OES 11:
Mirroring a Partition: The following options have been modified for the nlvm create raid command:
The name option is optional when you mirror an existing SBD partition. If you specify a name (which should be the cluster name), the RAID 1 is given that name. If the name is not specified, the RAID1 name defaults to the SBD partition’s name.
The type option is optional when you mirror an existing NSS or SBD partition. It uses the type of the existing partition.
Mirroring Devices: The nlvm create raid command has been modified to transparently accommodate the metadata size differences required by GPT and MSDOS partitioned devices. When mirroring a pool that consumes an entire MSDOS partitioned disk, you can use an MSDOS or GPT partitioned device of the same size. Previously, the GPT device had to be at least 4 MB larger than the MSDOS partitioned device.