For example, i have R1 as 34bc & R2 as 445b then how to find R1 belongs to which srdf group and R2 belongs to which srdf group ?
Is there any command to find the details either in DMX Series or VMAX Series?
should see this on the symdev -sid xxx show <dev> for the device.
symrdf -sid xxx list | grep <dev>
both outputs should get you what you need.
i am tried with symrdf -sid xxx list |grep <dev> but it s not showing SRDF GROUP NAME and it s showing only the which is pair to that device and symdev -sid xxx show not showing in VMAX
On the symdev show
Device Symmetrix Name : 0895
RDF Type : R1
RDF (RA) Group Number : 64 (3F) <<<Same information
symrdfg list -rdfg all -sid xxx will give you the names on there for the RDFG.
If it's the device group then this is on the symdev show output also.
No no, i want the command to find the device belongs to SRDF GROUP NAME?
Normally v r adding the symld -sid xxxx -g groupname add dev xxxx rite ?
like this symrdf -g groupname query so this case how to find that device belongs to the particular group ?
Your answer will go like this, to find all information regarding SRDF groups, and which devices belong to a specific RDF group you have to write as follows:
symcfg list -sid xxx -rdfg all
In my confiuration, we have two vmax, one local an the other remote, we use the same RDF group name in both, and we have one containing all R1 and R2 devices in it, son when you query the command explained above, don't expect to find many groups.
I hope this information helps you, do not hesitate to ask if you need further explanation.