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Could anyone please assist me with the what could be the scenarios to test the file system mount/umount performance check in HPUX.
Thanks in advance,
Vaishey (5 Replies)
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After downloading ZFS documentation from oracle site, I am able to successfully migrate UFS root FS without zones to ZFS root FS. But in case of UFS root file system with zones , I am successfully able to migrate global zone to zfs root file system but zone are still in UFS root file... (2 Replies)
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Please someone tell me, what are the contents of root file sysytem? and significance of it, what are all possible ways to mount root file system? (5 Replies)
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In sun E250 server,root file system is full. we cleared log files in var/adm folder
syslogs,mail logs,crash logs are empty. This is a production server. we are not able to run fsck from single user mode. I have given output of df and du command.How to create space in root... (3 Replies)
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Please can anyone explain me how to take a backup of root file system and how to recover it if it is corrupted. please explain me in detail (1 Reply)
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In df -h root file system showing
(total size) (used) (free)
/dev/dsk/c0t0d0s0 11G 7.6G 2.8G 73% /
but du -hd command showng 5.1 gb used sapce.
I am missing 3.00 gb space.
Here I have to knoe where is Remaining space... (2 Replies)
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Is it possible to mount a disk from a non-root account?
I'm developing a Java application which executes commands in the shell using the java.lang.Runtime.exec api, which runs fine for commands ls, df, etc., but for commands mount and umount, i have problems as I need to be root to eecute these.... (8 Replies)
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The root file system of the HP-UX serevr I use is showing as 100% full.
It has a disk space of ~524MB. When I add up the sizes of all the files and directories (using du -sk) , except mount points, it came up to 237MB.
But when I bdf it still shows 100% full
Can anyone help... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: sube
I want to find out the reason that why root partition is 82% full?
when i did fu -k / then most of files were created on /var .
can you please help me to find out what I need to do in order to find the reason.
Ajwat (2 Replies)
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I have a Solaris 2.5.1 system. Recently my file system is full and i couldn't find what flood my root file system.
Anyone can suggext any directories i should look out for.
I am using Samba and Patrol agent. I am just usng this server as a file server, users cannot login into the system,... (1 Reply)
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