Displaying and specifying the system-wide default disk group
To display the currently defined system-wide default disk group, use the following command:
# vxdg defaultdg
If a default disk group has not been defined, nodg is displayed. You can also use the following command to display the default disk group:
# vxprint -Gng defaultdg 2>/dev/null
In this case, if there is no default disk group, nothing is displayed.
Use the following command to specify the name of the disk group that is aliased by defaultdg:
# vxdctl defaultdg diskgroup
If bootdg is specified as the argument to this command, the default disk group is set to be the same as the currently defined system-wide boot disk group.
If nodg is specified as the argument to the vxdctl defaultdg command, the default disk group is undefined.
The specified disk group is not required to exist on the system.
See the vxdctl(1M) manual page.
See the vxdg(1M) manual page.