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Posted by Paul Crumley on 21 March 2013 at 6:04
Section 4 uses the term PVID and says it stands for "Physical Volume Identifiers". In this context PVID is the Port VLAN ID.
Posted by Mr. Jin Hoon Baek on 30 June 2013 at 22:55
In section 2.2, you wrote that You can use the alt_root_vg command to deploy other Virtual I/O Servers. But, there is not command like "alt_root_vg". Instead, you might correct it as "alt_rootvg_op"
Posted by Mr. Jin Hoon Baek on 1 July 2013 at 0:58
Plz, Ignore the above comments. In vios, alt_root_vg is a 'alt_rootvg_op' in AIX.
Posted by Mr. Scott Vetter on 23 August 2013 at 14:37
Mr. Crumley, I found time to make this update and will place it online in about 24 hours.
Posted by Mr. Glenn Robinson on 15 January 2015 at 8:13
Section 5.3.3 states that "Virtual I/O Server software updates must be done while all clients that use storage in the SSP are shut down".
This is no longer true since VIOS 2.2 FP26 introduced non-disruptive rolling upgrades for applying service packs.
This is taken from red Book SG24-7940-05 - IBM PowerVM Virtualization Introduction and Configuration.
Posted by Mr. Scott Vetter on 16 January 2015 at 9:46
I'll get that updated for you! Thanks for your support of IBM Redbooks.