Step by Step procedure for SVM root mirroring:
Root and mirror disks, are here referred to as primary and secondary disks respectively.
1. In this step, you will need to boot cdrom in single user mode off the Solaris media or network. You will need to initialize each disk prior to installation and or mirroring.
In order to initialize any new X86 disk, you need to run fdisk prior to mirroring and or installation. You could run this through format and or on command with exact fdisk and logical boot device (/dev/rdsk/c#t#d#s# or /dev/dsk/c#d#s#) pertaining to your platform. It is recommended to delete the current layout and then create the new partition as follows. I am using c1t1d0s2 in this case but that will vary according to your system and format output. Full Story