Pools and volume groups overview
You can create logical storage capacity from a subset of unassigned drives in your storage array. This logical capacity can take the form of either a pool or a volume group, depending on the needs of your environment.
What are pools and volume groups?
A pool is a set of logically grouped drives. A volume group is a container for volumes with shared characteristics. You can use either a pool or volume group to create volumes accessible to a host.
How do you create pools?
You can allow System Manager to create pools automatically when it detects unassigned capacity in a storage array. Alternatively, when automatic creation cannot determine the best configuration, you can create pools manually from.
How do you create volume groups?
You can create volume groups from.
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