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> I don't have any experience with LPAR, but if I understand your question
> correctly, you should be able to do this.  The disks are added in two steps.
> First, add them to the RAID set (installer may do this for you).  If this is 
> far as you go, they will sit there and spin forever without being used by the
> system.  The second step is to add them to an ASP.  I assume that is part of 
> LPAR setup.
> Phil
>    Date: Mon, 10 Dec 2001 09:02:46 -0600
>    From: Jeffry Kennedy <>
>    Organization: CERTCO,INC
>    To:
>    Subject: Re: How long to initialize disk?
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>    I'm adding 5 (4 Gig) drives and a new controller card to my 720, but I 
>    want the system to
>    use them. We are upgrading to an 820 next month so I can run an LPAR and I
>    what to use the new
>    disk for the LPAR only. Can I add them now or do I need to wait ?
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