> I am not sure this works across all OS's and all VxVM versions, but it seams 
> to work on Solaris and 3.1.1-3.5 at least.  The state column in a "vxprint 
> -l <volume>"  output shows if a RAW volume is in use by Sybase.  If the 
> volume is in use by Sybase, the state will have "(active)" at the end of the 
> line.  If not, it will show "(clean)" at the end.

Interesting.  I don't know what that line is supposed to indicate at
all.  I wonder what it's looking at.

> state:    state=ACTIVE kernel=ENABLED cdsrecovery=0/0 (active)

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