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We are facing prolem when we are going to mount AIX filesystem, the system returned the following error
0506-307The AFopen call failed
: A file or directory in the path name does not exist.
But when we ls filesystems in the /etc/ directory it show
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Could you tell me what's the difference of filesystem of Solaris to filesystem of Windows? I need to compare both.
I have read some over the net but it's so much technical. Could you explain it in a more simpler term? I am new to Solaris. Hope you help me guys.
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I wanted to find out that in my database server which filesystems are shared storage and which filesystems are local. Like when I use df -k, it shows "filesystem" and "mounted on" but I want to know which one is shared and which one is local.
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I had issues with processes locking up. This script checks for processes and kills them if they are older than a certain time.
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currently , my root filesystem already reach 90 ++%
I already add more cylinder in the root partition as below
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Any free tools or scripts to do this?
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Is there a way to monitor certain processes and if they hang too long to kill them, but certain scripts which are expected to take a long time to let them go?
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I would like to know how can i know the dates when the filesystem was added to the server.
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hi, had a basic question.
Inspite of deletion files from a filesystem(belonging to non-rootvg), the filesystem says 99% full.
can someone suggest something? except reboot could someone tell me how to proceed?
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I'm cross-posting from the "Unix for Dummies Q&A" forum as I didn't get any response there.
I'm wanting to drill down one level deeper from iostat. For example, for the following iostat output, I'd like to now understand the io for hdisk2 by filesystem:
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