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how can I see all partitions of my server?

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how can I see all partitions of my server?

I use advFS on tru64.
I want to see the server's partitions as /dev/rz8...

Which command do I have to use?

Thanks
4 REPLIES
Honored Contributor [Founder]

Re: how can I see all partitions of my server?

Hi,

# disklabel -r rz8

Will show you the partitions that are on the disk. You'll be able to match this to the filesystems by looking at the directories and links under /etc/fdmns

Cheers,
Rob
Honored Contributor [Founder]

Re: how can I see all partitions of my server?

Apart from what Rob suggested, i think u want to see the mount points as /dev/rz* , as you must be using LSM you will have to see the

#vxdisk list which would suggest which partition belong to which dg
and
ls -lRt /etc/fdmns

would show you the exact link.

BR,
Kapil+
I am in this small bowl, I wane see the real world......
HPE Pro

Re: how can I see all partitions of my server?

> #vxdisk list which would suggest which partition belong to which dg

"vxdisk" is not a Tru64 command. I believe you mean "volprint -Aht" and/or "voldisk list" to show the LSM configuration.

Martin
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Honored Contributor [Founder]

Re: how can I see all partitions of my server?

thanks martin for pointing
i almost always do it for vxvm and LSM
vx....vol....vx....vol :)

BR,
Kapil+
I am in this small bowl, I wane see the real world......