How to match a logical partition to a file

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How to match a logical partition to a file

I would like to know how to identify which file a logical partition relates too.

Operating System = AIX
oslevel -s = 5300-04-CSP

I've identified a logical volume that continually runs at 100% tm_acct from iostat.

I've run lvmstat -l and identified the logical partition 590, being the most active partition, see below.

lvmstat -l uk
Log_part mirror# iocnt Kb_read Kb_wrtn Kbps
590 1 65088 449016 1324492 1.14

lslv -m uk
0590 0590 hdisk15

My question is, How do I identify which file this logical partition refers to?

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I never explored, but "fileplace" could be a useful command here.

Regards, Kaps
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