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Environment OS = Linux Redhat 6.2 Disk/Volume Manager = Veritas Storage Foundation(not LVM) problem I have created a DIskgroup via my Volume manager(which is Storage Foundation) as we have volume ...
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    Howto know who is generating the I/O


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    OS = Linux Redhat 6.2
    Disk/Volume Manager = Veritas Storage Foundation(not LVM)

    problem

    I have created a DIskgroup via my Volume manager(which is Storage Foundation) as we have volume group in LVM. In the Diskgroup I have made two volumes as we make volumes in the volume group under LVM.
    I have configured replication and these two volumes are being replicated to DR Site properly. I have data in both volumes and my system is idle. But my second volume contineously shows that some data is being replicating to DR Site.

    My question is how can I figure out that who is generating the I/O

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    which storage device ?

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    If these volumes are Veritas ones, then you should direct your query there (to Veritas) since these drivers are proprietary to them. It is probably not a Linux issue as much as a Veritas one...
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
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