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22 Oct 14 fun vpar facts: see vpmon/monitor boot disk path.

When running vpmon/vpar virtualization, any changes made to the vpar database vpardb are automatically saved to:

/stand/vpdb

In fact you can boot vpmon of a disk, stand up the vpars, and reven remove the original vpmon system and boot disk and the database will maintain integrity on the remaining systems.

To sync/verify the vpardb

vparstatus -D /stand/vpdb

vparstatus -m

Console path:  No path as console is virtual
Monitor boot disk path:  1.0.4.0.0.0.0.4.0.0.0.1.128.0.0.0.0
Monitor boot filename:  /stand/vpmon
Database filename:  /stand/vpdb
Memory ranges used:  0x0/349069312 monitor
0x14ce6000/327680 firmware
0x14d36000/417792 monitor
0x14d9c000/925696 firmware
0x14e7e000/1417216 monitor
0x14fd8000/50495488 firmware
0x18000000/134213632 monitor
0x3ffec000/81920 firmware
0x79ffc000000/67108864 firmware
0x89ffc000000/67108864 firmware

will show you what hardware was actually used to boot the vpmon. You may find your monitor disk path no longer exists and your vpars are running just fine.

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