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BMT extent count

SCSI Error
Regular Advisor

BMT extent count

Hi,

How do i monitor my BMT extent count?

Im currently encountered write error on my mounted filesystem with advfs. using df has 30% available space and inodes is 99% free.

I deleted some files and it resolves the issue.

Question is, how do I monitor my BMT extent count in my current file domain.
3 REPLIES
Rob Leadbeater
Honored Contributor

Re: BMT extent count

Hi,

If I remember correctly you need to use showfile.

# cd //.tags
# showfile -x M-6

The number of extents will be shown in that output.

Hope this helps... If not, you might want to share the error message you're getting with us...

Regards,

Rob
SCSI Error
Regular Advisor

Re: BMT extent count

How could I decrease the BMT extent count? i tried deleting some files but the BMT extent count still the same.
Rob Leadbeater
Honored Contributor

Re: BMT extent count

Hi,

You could either vdump/vrestore the filesystem to a new disk, or addvol/rmvol another disk to the domain.

From your other post can we assume you're on 4.0F ?

Cheers,

Rob