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Kapil Jha
Honored Contributor

mount problem

Hi All
I have a provlem I have one directory which should be around 3-4% in df -k but it is showing 87%,I have checked everythin no trace.
Plus there are several mount points on this directory snapshots is
lgp143:/> df -k
Filesystem 1024-blocks Used Available Capacity Mounted on
cluster_root#root 1046520 308750 727328 30% /
root1_domain#root 1048576 98071 945128 10% /cluster/members/member1/boot_partition
local_domain#in_delivery 1024000 31453 491512 7% /indelivery
shared_domain#in_smp 71129944 11407696 59254992 17% /in/smp
root2_domain#root 1048576 124772 918808 12% /cluster/members/member2/boot_partition
cluster_usr#usr 2095104 1271081 785496 62% /usr
local_domain#in_fs 4192256 3193134 491512 87% /in
pfmdb_domain#in_pfmdb 9435136 16 8969928 1% /inpfmdb
cluster_var#var 4192256 930004 3251560 23% /var
/proc 0 0 0 100% /proc
local_domain1#in_oracle 1843200 1289669 553531 70% /in/cluster/members/member1/oracle
local_domain1#in_oracore 102400 16 102384 0% /in/cluster/members/member1/ora_core
local_domain1#in_orbacus 204800 17565 187235 9% /in/cluster/members/member1/orbacus
local_domain1#in_apache 61692760 16 51361808 0% /in/cluster/members/member1/apache
local_domain1#in_tmp 61692760 616468 51361808 2% /in/cluster/members/member1/tmp
local_domain1#in_local 61692760 238921 51361808 1% /in/cluster/members/member1/local
local_domain1#in_slee 61692760 7696348 51361808 14% /in/cluster/members/member1/slee




/in is 87% mount pt ate local,apache etc
what i think is there must be something on local_domain and after that these mount points are mounted and that is why it is not showing those files which actualyy accumulating space.
Please help
I am in this small bowl, I wane see the real world......
6 REPLIES
Vladimir Fabecic
Honored Contributor

Re: mount problem

Did you try to do quotacheck?
In vino veritas, in VMS cluster
Orjan Petersson
Frequent Advisor

Re: mount problem

I would be easier to help if you tell us what exactly what you have tried instead of saying "I have checked everything".
Anyway, another possibility is to check the output from:
fuser -d /in
Kapil Jha
Honored Contributor

Re: mount problem

Hi All
I have done quotacheck
i have done /sbin/advfs/fixfdmn local_domain
i have done /sbin/advfs/verify local_domain
Plus I have checked if i could remove any file.
I am soory for putting "I tried everythin" actually from that I mean i did whatever I could n I am just a begginer.
Thanks
I am in this small bowl, I wane see the real world......
Han Pilmeyer
Esteemed Contributor

Re: mount problem

There were bugs in this area in earlier versions. The fact that you ran fixfdmn implies that you are on a relatively recent version. What's the exact version (including patch kit)?

Make sure AdvFS domains are ALWAYS mounted with the "userquota,groupquota" options in /etc/fstab.

If you ran all those commands you mentioned, the data should be correct. If it isn't, then it could be a process that has a large file opened that has already been deleted. That's why using fuser, lsof or even rebooting may help.
Ivan Ferreira
Honored Contributor

Re: mount problem

Sometimes, the space used for a deleted file is note updated in the ouput of DF untile the process that was holding the space release it. This is common when you delete a datafile from a database, the space is not updated sometimes until you stop the database. Maybe you deleted some files that still are referenced by some process.
Por que hacerlo dificil si es posible hacerlo facil? - Why do it the hard way, when you can do it the easy way?
Kapil Jha
Honored Contributor

Re: mount problem

Hi All
Problem has been resolved it was the exact error which i was thinkin.when i unmount mount points there were some files and directories which i removed and problem has been solved.
But now can anyone explane me the reason for this.Why after unmount some files were there.
Thanks
I am in this small bowl, I wane see the real world......