Describing SFS to the Product

You must describe each SFS file pool and all the user storage groups for each of these file pools to cacc so that cacc can manage the space. If you have file pools or some user storage groups within file pools that you do not want managed by cacc, do not describe them to cacc.
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You must describe each SFS file pool and all the user storage groups for each of these file pools to
VM:Secure
so that
VM:Secure
can manage the space. If you have file pools or some user storage groups within file pools that you do not want managed by
VM:Secure
, do not describe them to
VM:Secure
.
If you change the configuration of SFS itself, for instance by adding or removing file pools or user storage groups, after you have described SFS to
VM:Secure
, you must describe those changes to
VM:Secure
separately by updating the
VM:Secure
configuration for SFS. For adding file pools or user storage groups, this means simply telling
VM:Secure
the name of the new file pool or user storage group. For removing file pools or user storage groups, this means removing the file pool or user storage group from the
VM:Secure
configuration.