sysconfig -a Displays very detailed information about each I/O device. This is more verbose than the output produced by the -v option. Disk sizes are scaled in GB. A GB is equal to 1000 MB (1024 * 1024 * 1000) or 1,048,576,000 bytes.
sysconfig -r Displays RAID configuration information. The command output prints information about all aggregates, volumes, file system disks, spare disks, maintenance disks, and failed disks. See the vol and aggr commands for more information about RAID configuration.
sysconfig -d Displays vital product information for each disk.
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