Removing a traditional DRL log
You can use the vxassist remove log command to remove a traditional DRL log that is configured within a DRL plex. The command will not remove a DRL log that is configured within a version 20 DCO.
To remove a traditional DRL log
Type the following command:
# vxassist [-g diskgroup] remove log volume logtype=drl [nlog=n]
By default, the vxassist command removes one log. Use the optional attribute nlog=n to specify the number of logs that are to remain after the operation completes.
You can use storage attributes to specify the storage from which a log will be removed. For example, to remove a log on disk mydg10 from volume vol01, enter the following command.
The ! character is a special character in some shells. The following example shows how to escape it in a bash shell.
# vxassist -g mydg remove log vol01 \!mydg10 logtype=drl