To replace a disk in a CDS disk group
Note When replacing a disk in a CDS disk group, you cannot use a non-CDS disk as the replacement.
-k option retains and reuses the disk media record for the disk that is being replaced. The following example shows a Solaris disk device
c1t0d1 being reassigned to disk
vxdg -k rmdisk disk1
vxdg -k adddisk disk1=c1t0d1
For other operating systems, use the appropriate device name format, for example,
# on AIX, and
x on Linux.