When hot-relocation occurs, subdisks are relocated to spare disks and/or available free space within the disk group. The new subdisk locations may not provide the same performance or data layout that existed before hot-relocation took place. You can move the relocated subdisks (after hot-relocation is complete) to improve performance.
You can also move the relocated subdisks of the spare disks to keep the spare disk space free for future hot-relocation needs. Another reason for moving subdisks is to recreate the configuration that existed before hot-relocation occurred.
To: root Subject: Volume Manager failures on host teal Attempting to relocate subdisk mydg02-03 from plex home-02. Dev_offset 0 length 1164 dm_name mydg02 da_name sdh. The available plex home-01 will be used to recover the data.
To: root Subject: Attempting VxVM relocation on host teal Volume home Subdisk mydg02-03 relocated to mydg05-01, but not yet recovered.