The version 0 DCO log volume was introduced in VxVM 3.2. The version 0 layout supports traditional (third-mirror break-off) snapshots, but not full-sized or space-optimized instant snapshots.
See "Version 0 DCO volume layout" on page 71.
See "Version 20 DCO volume layout" on page 71.
See "Determining the DCO version number" on page 288.
To put Persistent FastResync into effect for a volume, a Data Change Object (DCO) and DCO volume must first be associated with that volume. When you have added a DCO object and DCO volume to a volume, you can then enable Persistent FastResync on the volume
See "Enabling FastResync on a volume" on page 302.
Note You need a FastResync license to use the FastResync feature. Even if you do not have a license, you can configure a DCO object and DCO volume so that snap objects are associated with the original and snapshot volumes.
See "How persistent FastResync works with snapshots" on page 72.
To add a DCO object and DCO volume to an existing volume
To upgrade a disk group to the latest version, use the following command:
See "Upgrading a disk group" on page 218.
] set fastresync=off
If you are uncertain about which volumes have Non-Persistent FastResync enabled, use the following command to obtain a listing of such volumes:
] -F "%name" \
-e "v_fastresync=on && !v_hasdcolog"
Use the following command to add a DCO and DCO volume to the existing volume (which may already have dirty region logging (DRL) enabled):
vxassist [-g diskgroup
For non-layered volumes, the default number of plexes in the mirrored DCO volume is equal to the lesser of the number of plexes in the data volume or 2. For layered volumes, the default number of DCO plexes is always 2. If required, use the
ndcomirror attribute to specify a different number. It is recommended that you configure as many DCO plexes as there are existing data and snapshot plexes in the volume. For example, specify
ndcomirror=3 when adding a DCO to a 3-way mirrored volume.
The default size of each plex is 132 blocks. You can use the
dcolen attribute to specify a different size. If specified, the size of the plex must be an integer multiple of 33 blocks from 33 up to a maximum of 2112 blocks.
You can specify
vxassist-style storage attributes to define the disks that can and/or cannot be used for the plexes of the DCO volume.
See "Specifying storage for version 0 DCO plexes" on page 364.