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Keynes Lee
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inode Decreased ...

# bdf -i
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Fri Aug 29 07:01:02 EAT 2008
Filesystem iused ifree %iuse Mounted on

/dev/vg00/lvol3 3488 5600 38% /
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Sat Aug 30 07:00:16 EAT 2008
Filesystem iused ifree %iuse Mounted on
/dev/vg00/lvol3 3533 627 85% /
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# dmesg

msgcnt 1 vxfs: mesg 001: vx_nospace - /dev/root file system full (1 block extent)

the root filesystem was ever full.
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Does any kindly expert knows what's happened ?
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Prashanth Waugh
Esteemed Contributor

Re: inode Decreased ...

Hi,

Check any core file is genereted there

#find / -name core


Regards
Prashant
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Keynes Lee
Regular Advisor

Re: inode Decreased ...

Yes, we did that ...
all the core dump already deleted.

what the key point of my question is ...

why the volume of "inod" decreased ?

iused + ifree

3488 + 5600 not equal to 3533 + 627
Hemmetter
Esteemed Contributor
Solution

Re: inode Decreased ...

Hi,

vxfs does dynamic inode allocation by default!
Thus number of inodes may vary.



rgds
HGH


SKR_1
Trusted Contributor

Re: inode Decreased ...

Bill Hassell
Honored Contributor

Re: inode Decreased ...

The -i option of bdf only means something for HFS filesystems (like /stand). For VxFS filesystems, the numbers are not useful as they are constantly adjusted -- you'll never run out of inodes until you run out out of diskspace on VxFS filesystems.


Bill Hassell, sysadmin
Keynes Lee
Regular Advisor

Re: inode Decreased ...

The inode number is dynamic