10.4.2 Example To create a 1 GB RAID1 array using disk members 1, 2, and 3, type: rcadm -C -r1 -d 1 2
To see more examples, type: rcadm -C -?
10.5 Delete Arrays: rcadm --delete The rcadm --delete or rcadm -D command allows the user to delete one or more arrays.
CAUTION: Deleting an array permanently destroys all data that is on the array. This action cannot be undone and it is very unlikely the data can be recovered. 10.5.1 Before You Begin... • If the operating system is using an array it cannot be deleted.
• If an array is accidentally deleted, and the user wants to try and recover the data,
create an array using the same disks, same size, and same cache, and use the --leave-
existing-data option. This option writes new configuration information to the array
while trying to use the exact same disk space as before.