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vxprint -m -g command in vxvm give lot of inofrmation about the volume like rid , pub offsets etc. Is there a command in solaris volume manager to get the such information?

and vxprint -F %len -g -v gives volume length in blocks. Is there any command in solaris volume manager to get length information?

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Have a look at the metastat command it provides some of the information you appear to be looking for e.g. (from man metastat)

# metastat
 d2: Concat/Stripe
     Size: 204800 blocks
     Stripe 0:
         Device              Start Block  Dbase State        Hot Spare
         d0                         0     No    Okay

 d0: Soft Partition
     Component: c0t3d0s0
     Status: Okay
     Size: 204800 blocks
         Extent              Start Block  Block count
              0                      129       204800

 d3: Soft Partition
     Component: d2
     Status: Okay
     Size: 202752 blocks
          Extent              Start Block  Block count
               0                      129       202752
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