You can use SnapDrive for UNIX when you work with storage provisioning. SnapDrive for UNIX helps you to create storage and connect to existing storage systems or entities.
Storage operations in SnapDrive for UNIX
SnapDrive for UNIX provides end-to-end storage management. You can provision storage from a host to a storage system and manage that storage with or without using the host Logical Volume Manager (LVM).
Command to use to display available storage
The snapdrive storage show or snapdrive storage list show LUNs or NFS directory trees underlying one or more storage entities. You can use the snapdrive storage show command to learn and know what is in a Snapshot copy of a disk group, host volume, file system, or NFS directory tree.
The storage connect command
The snapdrive storage connect command connects storage entities to the host. Using this command you can connect LUNs and storage entities to the host
The storage disconnect command
The storage disconnect operation removes the LUNs, or the LUNs and storage entities that were mapped to the host using the snapdrive storage create or snapdrive storage connect command.
The storage delete command
The snapdrive storage delete command removes the storage entities on the host in addition to all underlying host side entities and storage system LUNs backing them.