Mount Filesystem in AIX Unable to read /etc/filesystem


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Mount Filesystem in AIX Unable to read /etc/filesystem

Dear all,

We are facing prolem when we are going to mount AIX filesystem, the system returned the following error
Code:
0506-307The AFopen call failed[etc/filesystem]
: A file or directory in the path name does not exist.

But when we ls filesystems in the /etc/ directory it show

Code:
-rw-r--r--  0  root      system 15325  Sep 19 08:05 filesystems

I dont the understand why & how the number becomes 0 instead of 1
Also iam unable to more /etc/filesystem it reutrns the same A file or directory in the path name does not exist error.

I have copy of /etc/filesystem which I want to replace with this it this one but the cp , mv all comands are failed and retruning the resource is busy message.

Any help, would be appreciated.

Last edited by pludi; 09-19-2011 at 05:33 AM..
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please post ALL commands you used with the coresponding output.
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The problem has been resolved now, but we noticed that the df command shows
the following output in which /etc/filesystem was mounted with a temporary file in /tmp which causing the /etc/filesystems to be inaccessible, we unmount the /etc/filesystems and the problem got resolved.

df output:
/tmp/fs1.286834 3145728 1693376 47% 9619 /etc/filesystems

We didn't understand where the "/tmp/fs1.286834" comes from & why Smilie
we checked the "fs1.286834" in /tmp filesystem but didn't found it.

If you have any idea about please let us know.
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