Operating Systems AIX Organization in a big file system Post 100418 by pascalbout on Monday 27th of February 2006 11:36:13 AM
Organization in a big file system


I have a file system with 737 Go of data (oracle)
I want to add 230 Go.
IBM technician says to me that it's better (for performance) to backup the file system, rebuild it with the new 250Go and restore it....
737 Go to backup, it is not very simple... !!!!
You confirm what says the ibm tehnician ?

thank you for your help.
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BACKUP_QUIT(8)						       AFS Command Reference						    BACKUP_QUIT(8)

       backup_quit - Leaves interactive mode

       quit [-help]

       q [-h]

       The backup quit command exits interactive mode, returning the issuer to the regular shell prompt at which the backup or backup interactive
       command was issued to enter interactive mode. The command has no effect when issued outside interactive mode. Issuing the Ctrl-D command
       also exits interactive mode.

       To exit interactive mode, all jobs must be completed. Use the backup jobs command to list any jobs currently pending or executing, and the
       backup kill command to terminate them as necessary.

	   Prints the online help for this command. All other valid options are ignored.

       The following command exits interactive mode:

	  backup> quit


       backup(8), backup_interactive(8), backup_jobs(8), backup_kill(8)

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