Print output to a log file as well as standard output. Requires a log file name argument.
Overwrites existing file. Only one occurrence of this option on the command line is allowed.
Example: rcadm -M -qa -v -log status.txt
Command for creating arrays. Array types include linear (JBOD), volume (JBOD), RAID0,
RAID1, RAID10, RAID10n, and RAIDABLE. Some of the major functions include assigning
spare disks; setting array size; and setting cache attributes.
Command for deleting arrays. This mode does not have any optional arguments.
Commands for managing and querying controllers, arrays, and disks. Some of the major
functions include querying for information, adding and removing dedicated and global spare
disks, setting cache attributes for arrays and disks, performing consistency checks on
redundant array types, initializing disks, prioritizing tasks for arrays, scanning arrays and disks
for changes in status, and hiding or unhiding arrays.