AIX Assign a PVID to a new hdisk

Assign a PVID to a new hdisk

Very simple:

# lspv
hdisk0          00c0e90dce6c290a                    rootvg          active              
hdisk1          none                                None                                
hdisk2          none                                None                              

          Disk name Attribute
         |         | 
# chdev -l hdisk1 -a pv=yes
hdisk1 changed

# lspv
hdisk0          00c0e90dce6c290a                    rootvg          active              
hdisk1          00c4489d762b6769                    None
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