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Mount points to hard disks

Hi
I am oracle DBA and sometimes need to see on which disks oracle data files are residing . How can we check that . The file system is jfs on aix 5.2.0.0
The method is use is to use mount |grep oracle_dir_name
or lsfs mount_point_name command to see what /dev/logical_volume_name is mounted . Then use lslv -l to get at the PV .

I am sure there are better methods which may provide all the info from the name of mount points .
Regards
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Actually you are using the "correct" method already. If you want the process automated write a little script which will do exactly that for you.

I hope this helps.

bakunin
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